Corey LaJoie has a spiffy looking Built Bar paint scheme on his No. 32 Ford Mustang at Pocono Raceway this weekend, that’s not news as the scheme was announced within the last few weeks, but something looked a little different than the renderings we had seen of the scheme before it hit the track in real life.
The rear quarterpanel — in the renders — showed a logo placement for Black Cat Fireworks. However, on the actual car in Saturday’s race, the Black Cat Logo moved to just behind the front wheel on the font end of the car.
When the race got going, we got a good look of what was on the rear quarterpanel of LaJoie’s car from Denny Hamlin’s onboard camera — the Trump 2020 presidential campaign.
While no other details in regards to the sponsorship on LaJoie’s No. 32 car are available at this time, TobyChristie.com has reached out to Go Fas Racing for further clarification.
The Trump 2020 Campaign has been a fixture on NASCAR race vehicles in 2020 through PACs that are trying to help get the president reelected.
Joe Nemechek has run a red, white and blue Trump 2020 scheme at Daytona and Atlanta in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Tim Viens was also scheduled to run a No. 03 Trump Truck for Mike Affarano Motorsports on numerous occasions, but that truck was never able to get past inspection.
Additionally, President Donald Trump served as the Grand Marshal in the season-opening Daytona 500.
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