Has anyone seem it? Anyone have pictures?
Brad Keselowski shares vision for NASCAR's future
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Stroll through the compound where NASCAR's traveling circus lives, and it's easy to find Brad Keselowski's abode.
Just look for the motor home that doesn't resemble anyone else's.
At the end of a row inside the Sprint Cup drivers' gated community at Daytona International Speedway sits living quarters that could be disguised as a delivery truck.
"It's about $2.25 million for one of those brand-new Prevosts, and resale value is maybe $800,000 to $1 million," Keselowski, 29, says about his peers' motor homes. "That's ridiculous. They break down all the time."
So with the help of assistant Bill Cole, Keselowski built his home for about a third of the price but with a more spacious interior thanks to two pullout slides. The weekend he debuted his more reliable model last summer, he won at Kentucky Speedway.