Thursday, June 8, 2023

Trackhouse Racing Unveils Two Beautiful GoPro Paint Schemes For Martinsville

Trackhouse Racing Ross Chastain Daniel Suarez GoPro paint scheme Martinsville 2022
Trackhouse Racing unveiled two absolutely stunning GoPro paint schemes for Ross Chastain and Daniel Suarez to be used at Martinsville this week. Photo Credit: Trackhouse Racing on Twitter.

Trackhouse Racing is changing the way NASCAR race teams operate. Not only from a sponsorship and entertainment standpoint, but thanks to Kyle Sykes the team’s Director of Creative and Digital, from a paint scheme standpoint as well.

This week at Martinsville Speedway, both Trackhouse cars will have sponsorship from GoPro and while they each have a similar scheme (one a black base and one a white base), they are visually stunning. To the point that your breath is taken away at first glance.

Ross Chastain’s No. 1 Go Pro machine for Martinsville. Photo Credit: Trackhouse Racing on Twitter.

Chastain’s No. 1 will feature the flat black base with the slick blue and white GoPro accents and gradients all over the car. On the side of the car is a chrome blue number.


Daniel Suarez’s No. 99 Go Pro ride for Martinsville. Photo Credit: Trackhouse Racing on Twitter.

But not to be outdone, Sykes utilized the same scheme for Suarez’s No. 99 machine, but inverted the base color to white. And holy cow. It, too, is stunning.

Needless to say, GoPro’s CEO and Founder Nicholas Woodman feels the same way about the visual representation of his brand that will be on track this weekend.

“WOW! That’s the first word that comes to mind seeing the newly wrapped Trackhouse GoPro Chevrolets,” Woodman said in a Trackhouse team release. “I can’t wait to watch Ross and Daniel race on Saturday night at Martinsville. We are beyond stoked to have the GoPro logo riding along with these exciting young drivers.”

And not only will the two cars look good, but if recent success holds true, there’s a good chance one — or both — Trackhouse entries could be mixing it up for the win on Saturday night.

Chastain, 29, capped off a four-race streak of finishing top-three with his first-career NASCAR Cup Series win a couple of weeks ago at Circuit of the Americas. After running strong for about 90% of this past week’s race at Richmond, Chastain faded to a 19th-place finish. But the aggressive driving Florida-native has been in the zone lately, so, you would expect him to snap back to normal this weekend at the rough and tumble paperclip.

Suarez, like Chastain, is having a bit of a breakout season. Through just seven races, Suarez is halfway to his career-best total for top-five finishes in a season and he sits 14th in the championship standings. Suarez was 20th in the standings after race seven a season ago.

While he doesn’t have a NASCAR Cup Series win, yet, the 2016 NASCAR Xfinity Series champion has certainly been zeroing in on finding victory lane this season, and it very well could happen this weekend.

Toby Christie
Toby Christie
Toby is the Founder, and Editor-in-Chief of Toby is also the co-host of The Final Lap Weekly Podcast. Additionally, he is a NMPA (National Motorsports Press Association) award-winning writer, and has followed the sport as a fan since 1993.

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