Brad Keselowski says he felt pressured to race over females and drinking.  

Growing up, NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski focused on racing rather than girls and drinking.  

Kevin Harvick's FOX Sports podcast, "Kevin Harvick's Happy Hour," recently featured Keselowski discussing having his first beer with Dale Earnhardt Jr. Only after his first Miller deal did he drink suds. The Team Penske Miller Lite vehicle became his in 2011.  

After winning the NASCAR Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 24, 2020, #2 Miller Lite Ford driver Brad Keselowski celebrates with a burnout.  

"Before I got the Miller deal, I didn’t drink at all," remarked. My family didn't drink. Despite not being religious, my parents didn't drink. … My childhood home had no booze. It never interested me.  

I didn't drink or date because I wanted to race, and my dad said, 'If you even touch any of that stuff, done.' I doubt he meant it meanly—it was probably good for me.  

You must be 100% concentrated to do this; we're doing nothing. I'm not wasting time.  

It worked wonderfully for me. I'm telling you the tale because until I started racing with Dale and on my own, I couldn't race without my dad helping me."  

During his breakout season, Keselowski won the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He joined RFK Racing in 2022 after leaving Penske in 2021  


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