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Castrol Returns to RFK Racing for Fifth Year of Primary Sponsorship

Castrol 2024 RFK Racing Brad Keselowski Chris Buescher paint scheme

RFK Racing revealed the 2024 Castrol Edge paint schemes for Brad Keselowski and Chris Buescher on Tuesday. Photo Credit: RFK Racing

On Tuesday morning RFK Racing and Castrol revealed the paint schemes, which will adorn the No. 6 and No. 17 Ford Mustangs, which will be driven by Brad Keselowski and Chris Buescher, for several races in 2024.

This marks the fifth season of primary sponsorship for Castrol and the RFK Racing team.

The Castrol Edge colors will make their first appearance on Brad Keselowski’s car in the Busch Light Clash at the LA Memorial Coliseum on February 4th. The iconic brand will also serve as the primary sponsor for Keselowski in the Daytona 500.

Castrol will make its debut with Buescher and the No. 17 team at Kansas Speedway on May 5. The team, which saw both drivers and teams make it into the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs a year ago, will look to do more of the same in 2024.

“While this serves as an announcement for fans of our paint schemes, we’re even more thrilled to kick off another successful season with Castrol in 2024,” said Steve Newmark, President, RFK Racing. “Castrol has been one of our anchor partners for years, and to have them on the car for ‘The Great American Race’ will be exciting for all of us as we look to continue some of the Speedway success from years prior.

“Last season (Chris) Buescher brought home a big win for Castrol in the backyard of Jack Roush and Ford at Michigan, which further solidified Castrol’s long-standing relationship with us,” Newmark added. “They have been the lynchpin, and driving force, for our sustainability efforts, and help us be better both on and off the track. We’re thrilled to continue showcasing and expanding the partnership together moving forward.”

Buescher notched three total wins during the 2023 season, which brought his career total to five in the NASCAR Cup Series. Buescher came home seventh in the NASCAR Cup Series championship standings while Keselowski was right behind him in eighth.

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