Brad Keselowski is in the final year of his contract with Team Penske making him one of the more desired drivers available for the 2022 season.
Keselowski, 37, has spent the last 12 seasons with Team Penske while winning the 2012 NASCAR Cup and 2010 Xfinity Series championships.
One team reportedly is willing to pull out all the stops to get Keselowski under contract. According to motorsport.com, Roush Fenway Racing has offered Keselowski the seat of the No. 6 Ford which comes with part ownership of the team which would be renamed Roush-Fenway-Keselowski Racing.
Ryan Newman currently drives the No. 6 car but his status would immediately be in question. Chris Buescher drives the No. 17 car for the team.
An official announcement on Keselowski could be delayed until September to satisfy clauses in his currently contract. Neither Team Penske nor Roush Fenway Racing have commented on the report.
Keselowski previously fielded a NASCAR Truck Series team which ran though the 2017 season scoring 11 wins.
If Keselowski were to leave Team Penske it would open the seat of the No. 2 car which could be filled by Austin Cindric who had been tabbed to take over the No. 21 Ford currently driven by Matt DiBenedetto.