Kurt Busch will have a fresh new paint scheme this weekend at Kansas Speedway. AdventHealth, which has sponsored Chip Ganassi Racing cars in a few events this season, will make their return but this time it will be with a slightly different look.
The No. 1 car will have several accents of pink on the car this weekend, as well as pink ribbons as well. This is in honor of breast cancer awareness month, which is October.
The No. 1 @TeamChevy Camero ZL1 piloted by @KurtBusch is sporting some new paint for this weekend’s #NASCARPlayoffs race at @kansasspeedway. The racecar is accented in pink for #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth. #NASCAR @CGRnascar @CGRTeams pic.twitter.com/9QjjwRV9HC
— AdventHealth (@AdventHealth) October 16, 2019
Chances are you know a friend, family member or colleague who has been affected by breast cancer.
According to BreastCancer.org, about one in every eight women in the United States (roughly 12%) will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of their lifetime.
It’s awesome to see AdventHealth, CGR and Busch bringing attention to the disease.
Busch, who was eliminated from the Playoffs in the Round of 16, has a win this season, which came at Kentucky, five top-five finishes and 15 top-10s.
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