Brad Keselowski right match to partner with Jack Roush

Previous NASCAR Cup Series motorist Carl Edwards, who invested the bulk of his profession driving for Jack Roush, informed SiriusXM NASCAR Radio on Wednesday that he aspired to see Brad Keselowski leave his imprint on the brand-new RFK Racing operation.

The 42-year-old retired fan preferred invested 12 full-time seasons in the premier series, gathering 28 wins and 6 top-five surfaces in the last season standings. Twenty-three of the success came with owner Roush and Roush Fenway Racing. With the company rebranded to Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing, Edwards’ 2014 win at Sonoma Raceway decreases as the last non-superspeedway win under the previous banner.

As Keselowski takes control of with a minority ownership stake and motorist of the No. 6 Ford, Edwards is thrilled to witness the brand-new chapter.

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“I think (Brad) is one of the toughest competitors in this sport,” Edwards stressed. “I think he’s got a focus and he’s got a competitive drive and a persistence. I’ve never seen anybody with more.

“I have a lot of respect for Brad. And when I heard that he was going to be a part of Roush Racing, to me, that’s exciting. I believe that he, combined with the Fenway group and Jack, that’s a match right there.”

Edwards, who retired following the 2016 season, likewise discussed his current journey to Kentucky to assist extend relief to victims after the current lethal rise of twisters.

On Dec. 10, twisters touched down throughout the state, leaving countless victims with damage of home, power blackouts and more, triggering nationwide-relief efforts. Edwards was among the lots of who addressed the call.

IMAGES: Carl Edwards through the years

“There’s nothing too small that you can go do for people,” Edwards stated. “We saw people in their worst moments. I had never seen anything like that, and it was the smallest things. The human spirit is amazing.”

Edwards linked with Gideon Rescue Business, a company he was presented to on a previous relief effort in the Bahamas.

“When I met them, they told me what they do is deliver hope,” Edwards stated. “And they showed it to me down there this week. All of us can do that. That experience made this holiday season different for me.”

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.