Brian Keselowski (born September 2, 1981, in Rochester Hills, Michigan), is a NASCAR driver. He currently drives the #26 Schweizter Title Dodge for K-Automotive Motorsports in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. He graduated from Rochester Hills High School in 1999. He will drive his own #92 Toyota at Daytona in 2013 and maybe more races, if, sponsorship is found.

He is the older brother of fellow NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski, and the son and nephew of former drivers Bob and Ron Keselowski.

Keselowski made his stock car debut in the ARCA RE/MAX Series in 2004. He made six starts that season, driving the #29 Competition Graphics Dodge for Bob Ducharme. He had three top-tens, including a ninth-place run in his debut at Kentucky Speedway, and finished 34th in points. The next season, the team was purchased by his family and he ran seven races including a string of five consecutive top-ten finishes. In 2006, Holloway Motorsports/Dusty's Collision became the sponsors of his car, and he won his first race at Berlin Raceway. Keselowski also made his NASCAR Busch Series debut that year at Phoenix in the #23 Ridley Motorcycles Chevrolet for Keith Coleman Racing, starting and finishing in 43rd place.

In 2007, he ran a career-high 12 races in the ARCA RE/MAX Series, splitting time with his family team and the #5 Lucas Oil Pontiac for Bobby Gerhart. He won twice and finished 22nd in points. In the Busch Series, he made four starts in the #19/49, including his first top ten finish at Memphis Motorsports Park. The next season he made 11 starts, beginning in the #28 Jay Robinson Racing Chevy before moving to his family's #92 with a best finish of 15th at ORP.

For 2009, Keselowski will drive his first full-time season for K-Automotive Motorsports, which has been renumbered #26. The primary sponsor for Keselowski's car during the 2009 CarQuest Auto Parts 300 was the popular NHL team the Detroit Red Wings.

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