His appreciation for manufacturing began at an early age as he grew up watching his dad and uncle build their own race cars and worked alongside them in the race shop. That appreciation and interest evolved once he became a driver and had further exposure to everything from the advanced machines, tools, engineering designs, and fabricating.
With a passion for technological innovations on and off the track, Brad started Keselowski Advanced Manufacturing in 2018 with a focus on additive metal manufacturing and advanced engineering solutions.
An avid University of Michigan fan and originally from Rochester Hills, MI, Brad currently lives in Mooresville, NC with his wife, Paige, and two daughters, Scarlett and Autumn.
For more information on Brad’s racing career, visit www.bradracing.com.
Scott has been involved in all aspects of rapid prototyping processes including materials development, quality, training and estimating in both plastics and metals.
Prior to joining KAM, Scott was responsible for all aspects of Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) at Incodema3D. Scott’s new role at KAM will include manufacturing, engineering and continuous improvement and certifications. Scott is an expert at risk assessment and analysis as it relates to next-generation designs and hybrid production, using both subtractive and additive advanced technologies.
Scott’s broad background in research and development with LPBF includes five patents in addition to many years of engagement with academia and various 3D printing standards committees. KAM is focused on “simulation through production” at accelerated rates and his skills complement KAM’s ability to create complex engineering solutions that others won’t attempt. Working with our strategic partners, Scott will continue to drive and develop materials and processes to meet new demands.
Prior to his positions with Bentley Motors, Dr. Tuluie was Chief Scientist and Head of R&D for the Mercedes F1 team, helping the team secure their first world championships in 2014 and 2015 with Lewis Hamilton. Prior to Mercedes F1, Robin was Head of R&D for Renault F1 where he innovated the tuned mass damper, the fluid inerter and other F1 suspension systems. Robin played a pivotal role with the Renault F1 squad winning two world championships in 2005 and 2006 with Fernando Alonso. His innovative work included developing front-rear interconnected suspension (FRICS), hydro-pneumatic suspension, brake-by-wire and other car systems.
Robin’s work included the development of 7-posters, the first dynamic K&C machine, wheel force transducers and the world’s largest driving simulators while at MTS. He designed and fabricated the Tul-aris MotoGP bike and is a passionate racer of motorcycles and vintage racing cars.
Born in Germany, Dr. Tuluie emigrated to the U.S. and has since resided in England for the past 15 years. He received his undergraduate degree in Physics from UC Berkeley and went on to obtain a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from the University of Texas. Prior to entering the industry, Dr. Tuluie was a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Gravitational Physics in Pennsylvania.