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Brad Keselowski showcasing Boston Red Sox scheme

The No. 6 Ford Mustang will feature an MLB-inspired scheme this season as Brad Keselowski, RFK Racing,, and the Boston Red Sox join forces.

RFK Racing unveiled the scheme Wednesday afternoon and announced it will make its debut at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The scheme will be red, white, and blue with and Boston Red Sox logos on the sides and hood.

The scheme bears similarities to one Carl Edwards used during the 2007 Cup Series season. Edwards' version featured Lumber Liquidators and Boston Red Sox logos.

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The scheme will also feature the logo for General Dynamics Electric Boat, a Connecticut-based prime shipbuilder of Navy submarines.

"Our partnerships with RFK Racing and the Boston Red Sox are highlighting skilled trades careers in the maritime industry which contribute to the construction of Navy submarines," said Kiley Wren, Co-Founder and Chief Executive of BlueForge Alliance, in a statement.

"With NASCAR's annual visit to New England and our collaboration with one of the region's most storied sports franchises, we are creating a prime platform to present these stable, family-sustaining, purpose-filled jobs to millions of NASCAR and baseball fans in the region and across the country. We look forward to knocking this out of the park with our friends at RFK and the Red Sox."

Keselowski, who won his first Cup race with RFK Racing at Darlington in May, has achieved success at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Keselowski has made 23 starts at the 1.058-mile track and has finished top 10 in 69.6% of his starts. This includes his track debut in 2009 when he crossed the line sixth. Keselowski has also scored two wins at the New England track.

He won for the first time at New Hampshire in 2014 after leading 138 laps. Keselowski then won again in 2020 after leading 184 laps and winning the second stage.

Keselowski has three top-five finishes in the last four races at New Hampshire and he has finished no worse than 10th in five consecutive races at the track. He will aim to extend this streak on June 23 when he showcases his new scheme.