As NASCAR will race on Halloween weekend this year, Go Fas Racing and sponsor Keen Parts will celebrate the occasion, as per their own yearly tradition.
The team and sponsor will bring a special Halloween-themed paint scheme to the Martinsville Speedway for the November 1st Xfinity 500 at the short track.
The scheme was designed by David Marrero, who serves as the Director of Marketing for the team.
Keen Parts has been actively changing their traditional paint scheme for the last two seasons when the NASCAR Cup Series visits Martinsville.
The 2019 “Mystery Machine” ride, featuring a Scooby-Doo theme, was named “Paint Scheme of the Year” by NASCAR on NBC – as voted on by the fans. That scheme was designed by Shawn Magee.
🥁 roll please….
The votes are tallied and our car has cleared inspection
Thanks so much to all of our loyal fans for your votes and support 🏁 pic.twitter.com/XYNG06rYq1
— CorvetteParts.net (@KeenParts) December 23, 2019
In 2018, the team brought a Peanuts character themed ride to the same track – signaling the beginning of the sponsors yearly tradition.
Here she is – the @Snoopy @MartinsvilleSwy @mattdracing @KeenParts @GoFasRacing32 @Lionel_Racing car of the year(my personal opinion 😉)
Hope you all like as much as we do- thanks to all for letting me have this car🏁 pic.twitter.com/jxbeM5oB3j
— #NewNormalSucks2020🥴 (@keenparts2) August 22, 2018
Go Fas Racing driver Corey LaJoie is still actively seeking a new ride for 2021. LaJoie announced earlier in the season that he would not return to the No. 32 Mustang in 2021, leaving both the current driver and team seeking new opportunities. The pair have been together since 2019.
LaJoie is expected to take multiple partners with him wherever he may land for next season.
You can see the No. 32 KeenParts / CorvetteParts.Net Halloween Mustang on track on November 1st from Martinsville on NBC.