Moose Fraternity, a longtime primary sponsorship partner of Ross Chastain has officially extended its partnership with the race car driver and his No. 1 Trackhouse Racing team for the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season.
According to a press release from Trackhouse on Wednesday, the international fraternal organization will adorn the No. 1 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 in four NASCAR Cup Series events beginning with Talladega Superspeedway on April 23rd.
Chastain, who is an actual member of Moose Fraternity’s Tice and Shores Lodge 1287 in Florida, is so happy to continue his partnership with the fraternity.
“I am glad we can continue this partnership with Moose for so many reasons,” said Chastain in a team release. “Moose does an amazing amount of charity work for a lot of people and getting to meet the Moose members across the country has been a lot of fun.”
2023 Moose Fraternity Primary Sponsorship Schedule
- April 23: Talladega Superspeedway
- June 4: World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway
- August 20: Watkins Glen International
- October 29: Martinsville Speedway
Moose Fraternity was on Chastain’s No. 1 machine in one of the most iconic moments in recent NASCAR history last fall at Martinsville Speedway, when Chastain opted to ride the wall in turns 3 and 4 on the final lap of the race. The move gave Chastain the speed he needed to work his way inside the Championship 4 cutline.
Chastain would go on to finish second in the championship standings last season.
That Martinsville move went viral on social media, and it made Chastain a household name, and it got the Moose Fraternity branding in front of millions of people.
“I think the whole world knows about the Moose Fraternity after Martinsville,” said Chastain. “I hope that attention made everyone see all the great work the Moose Fraternity does across the nation and honestly, how much fun it is to be a member.”
In addition to the wild finish at Martinsville, Chastain also carried the Moose Fraternity colors at Talladega Superspeedway last season, a race in that he scored his second-career NASCAR Cup Series win.
While Chastain continues to show out on the race track, the driver does a lot of in-person charity work with Moose Fraternity. Chastain’s care of others is what makes the driver and his team a perfect pairing for Moose Fraternity.
“Moose is all about family, caring for the needs of others and having fun together. This is why Ross, Trackhouse and the Moose are a perfect fit and our nearly one million members are passionate Ross Chastain fans,” said Moose International CEO Scott Hart.
Chastain will look to rekindle the magic that he had on track with Moose Fraternity in 2022 this season.