Erik Jones and Alex Bowman will drive special paint scheme cars
Erik Jones and Alex Bowman will drive specially designed cars in the upcoming races. Next weekend we will have a chance to watch the race at Talladega Superspeedway. This track is one of the largest and most difficult in the NASCAR Cup Series. Erik Jones will drive a car that will have details about the army. Namely, we will be able to see the USAir Force Special Warface paint scheme on his car. After the race at Talladega this weekend next week we will be watching the race in Charlotte. That race will end the second round of the playoffs.
We have already mentioned that in this race the drivers will have pink nets on the windows. Kurt Busch, a veteran of NASCAR submitted the mentioned initiative. Two years ago, a fan wrote to him about this idea. Pink nets will be set up to support people with breast cancer. All networks will be signed by the driver and fans will be able to procure them at auctions. NASCAR will donate this money for humanitarian purposes. At the race in Charlotte, we will see another car with a special design. Alex Bowman will drive with the colors of Charlotte FC. The mentioned club will make its debut in MLS next year. The founder and sponsor of this club is the company Ally.
Alex Bowman merged soccer and NASCAR
Andrea Brimmer, head of marketing and public relations officer on behalf of the company, said the following: “When it comes to training and competition, having a strong support system helps athletes achieve their goals – and when that support comes from a peer that understands your challenges as well as your hopes and dreams, it makes it all the better. Being an ally and creating opportunities for allyship is part of who we are and why we exist, so it was natural for us to bring two of our Ally-sponsored teams together to support each other and celebrate Charlotte’s growing sports community in a fun, celebratory way with an Ally Racing paint scheme dedicated to Charlotte FC.”