Brad Keselowski Giving Fans a Chance To Be in All-Star Race
Brad Keselowski is off to a very good start in defending his Sprint Cup championship. He finished 4th in Phoenix and is tied for 2nd in the points with Dale Earnhardt Jr. and is only 8 points behind Jimmie Johnson.
He's made some controversial comments on Twitter and in interviews. He's also doing something really cool as well. So how would you like to be in a race with Brad ....Ok, I don't mean drive against him but the next best thing....Have your face on the side of his car.
Going on all month long, Miller Lite is offering fans,21 and older, a chance to put their picture on Keselowski's car for the All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 18. Your picture needs to have a "Miller Time" theme, in other words, your favorite moments with friends. Brad was saying in an interview recently, that almost all of the drivers do something special for the All-Star race. He figured, why wait for the race to do something when he can start doing something now.
It's not surprising that Brad is doing this contest with his fans. He was the first driver last year to tweet at the Daytona 500. Brad said "I'm always looking for ways to give back to the fans as they are the backbone of our sport, over the last few years we've been able to do some cool things in that regard and I'm proud of that. With the help of Miller Lite, we're excited to offer another unique opportunity to those who support us." Miller Lite is donating $2 to Keselowski's Checkered Flag Foundation for every submitted photo, which will appear as a mosaic on Keselowski's No. 2 car.
So if you've always wanted to be in the All-Star race but you drive like you're pulling a wagon load of hay up a hill with a tractor, you can visit fanmosaics.com/GetOnThe2 to upload your photos. The NASCAR boys and girl will be in Las Vegas this weekend for the Kobalt Tools 400.