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Nascar’s Brad Keselowski Starts A Manufacturing Company To Build Off Motorsports’ Early Adoption Of 3-D Printing Technology

Nascar's Brad Keselowski Starts A Manufacturing Company To Build Off Motorsports' Early Adoption Of 3-D Printing Technology

Written by David

January 23, 2019

Brad Keselowski Getty Images Nascar driver Brad Keselowski has invested more than $10 million to start an advanced contract manufacturing company that he hopes will build off the knowledge gained from motorsports’ early adoption of 3-D printing. The new company, called Keselowski Advanced Manufacturing and based in Statesville, N.C., expects to work with aerospace, military, and oil and gas companies in the near term and expand to medical ones in 2020. “This is the type of manufacturing that is not going overseas. I believe in it,” Keselowski told Forbes in a telephone interview. The company, which began operating quietly in 2018, has planned a press conference for Thursday to announce it launch. Keselowski, 34, is the sixth highest-paid Nascar driver with total earnings of $11.2 million, according to Forbes’ 2018 list of Nascar’s highest-paid drivers. He was the 2012 Nascar Sprint Cup champion. Keselowski – who plans to race […]

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