September 15th marks the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States, and Daniel Suarez will once again pilot a special Coca-Cola-backed paint scheme for the month-long celebration.
The scheme was revealed in a social media video from Coca-Cola Racing on Wednesday.
The Monterrey, Mexico driver will sport a fresh No. 99 Camaro in the beverage giant’s 2021 debut with their longtime member of the Coca-Cola Racing family of drivers.
The paint scheme comes from the creative mind of Kyle Sykes, the Director of Creative and Digital for Trackhouse.
It’ll mark the second consecutive year that Suarez is racing a Coca-Cola-sponsored scheme for the month-long recognition. During his brief stint with Gaunt Brothers Racing, Suarez piloted a Hispanic Heritage Month-inspired design in 2020 at the Charlotte Roval.
The 29-year-old participated in a special Twitter broadcast with PRN’s Doug Rice on Tuesday to discuss what Hispanic Heritage Month means to him, and the upcoming Bristol Night Race.
Suarez returns to the Bristol Motor Speedway after an impressive fourth-place finish in March on the dirt. The top five marked the first for Trackhouse and the best finish for the organization in 2021.Suarez also led a season-high 58 laps during the race.
The No. 99 TrackHouse team has featured several special causes on their car throughout the 2021 campaign. Two months ago, the No. 99 displayed an Autism Awareness decal for NASCAR Sammy.
The team also displayed the flag of Cuba on the side of the car following an emotional video by team co-owner Pitbull on the conditions in Cuba.
Fans can see the No. 99 Coca-Cola Camaro hit the track on Saturday, September 18th at 7:30 PM EST on NBCSN.