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Rotowire: Feb 27 / 5:32p ET
News: Keselowski was fastest in Happy Hour practice for the Hyundai Construction Equipment 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway Friday afternoon. He turned a fast lap of 178.695 mph.
Impact: The owner/driver of the No. 29 Ford truck led the lone practice session for this weekend's Atlanta truck race. He edged Erik Jones for the fastest lap of this marathon practice session. Keselowski is a Top-5 threat in Saturday night's 200-mile race at AMS.
Rotowire: Jan 27 / 9:59a ET
News: Alliance Truck Parts returns to the Team Penske No. 2 Ford Fusion team for the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as a primary sponsor for Keselowski, alliancetruckparts.com reports.
Impact: Alliance will continue their ongoing relationship with Keselowski and Penske Racing. They will pick up six events as primary sponsor on the No. 2 Ford and will be an associate sponsor throughout the season. Keselowski will once again be a championship contender in 2015, so Alliance should get some nice exposure from the deal.
Rotowire: Dec 3 / 10:08a ET
News: Keselowski says his NASCAR Camping Work Truck team lost $1 million this past season and admits he's at his financial breaking point. Keselowski revealed his team's financial loss Tuesday while speaking at the Motorsports Marketing Forum sponsored by Street and Smith's SportsBusiness Daily/Global/Journal, mrn.com reports.
Impact: Keselowski has been losing money with his truck series operation, but he will continue to invest in the sport and field teams in this division of NASCAR. His organization will operate two teams in the upcoming season, with Tyler Reddick in the No. 19 Ford and a driver to be determined in the No. 29 Ford. Keselowski is committed to cutting costs and increasing revenues with his truck series operation, and is focused on weathering this rough patch. Given how well his teams have performed in recent seasons, it would be a shame to see him close the team.