Brad Keselowski: I feel like this is still a transition for me
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In an interview with motorsport.com, Brad Keselowski talked about his ambitions and expectations for the next season. Keselowski believes that his team learned a lot from the previous season. They intend to apply what they have learned in the coming season.
“I think we have a lot more ‘knowns’ going into this year. Our people understand our resources and how to optimize them at a much higher level. This year is more about applying lessons learned specific to the people I’m working with,” Brad Keselowski said.
For him, it seems that the transition is still going on. Next Gen cars have changed a lot. “Last year, there was a lot of transition just with the Next Gen car and getting to know people within the organization. I feel like this is still a transition for me, and I’m still pretty early in it, but at least I have some lessons learned, and I know what I don’t know now.
I’m happy and fortunate to be a part of leading a team and leading a company at the same time,” Brad Keselowski added.
Chris Buescher on Bred Keselowski
Chris Buescher is a great driver and an important link in the NASCAR scene.
Buescher did not forget to praise Keselowski and his role. “I used to think I was at the shop a lot, but I’m not compared to ‘team owner’ Brad. He puts a ton of effort, and a ton of time into this thing.
He’s in all of the competition discussions. He has his fingerprints on everything,”. Jack Roush is the person Buecher compared Keselowski to. There are many similarities between them. Both are looking for the maximum but are ready to admit their mistakes.
“He reminds me a lot of Jack. Jack is from a little bit different era. It was always, ‘I’m going to be hard on you because I expect your best.’ But Jack was also always the first one to apologize after a bad weekend for not giving us what we need to have a successful weekend,”.