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U.S. Air Force Partners With Bubba Wallace, 23XI Racing in 2024

Bubba Wallace U.S. Air Force sponsorship 2024 23XI Racing NASCAR Cup Series

The U.S. Air Force has partnered with Bubba Wallace and 23XI Racing for the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series season. Photo Credit: David Rosenblum, LAT Images, Courtesy of Toyota Racing

On Tuesday, 23XI Racing announced the addition of the U.S. Air Force as a partner for the team heading into the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series season. The U.S. Air Force will serve as the primary sponsor for the No. 23 Toyota Camry XSE in several races this season.

The team made the announcement in a video shared to its account on X, formerly Twitter.


“The Air Force and 23XI recognize that teamwork is the most critical component in achieving success,” said Steve Lauletta, 23XI team president. “We look forward to moving forward together to achieve our collective goals both on the track and in the broader community.”

The video features Bubba Wallace, who was sponsored by the U.S. Air Force in his time with Richard Petty Motorsports from 2018 to 2020. Wallace is excited to once again partner with the military branch.

“It’s really special to once again be partnered with the men and women who make up the United States Air Force,” said Wallace in a team release. “My previous experience with the folks from the Air Force was awesome and I had the chance to meet a lot of great Airmen who do some amazing things each and every day. I’m looking forward to welcoming them to 23XI and showing them what we’re all about as we work together to try and accomplish the impossible.”

In a press release from the team, it is detailed that the partnership between 23XI Racing and the U.S. Air Force will allow the team to host the public and Airmen at races across the country to, “highlight not only the excitement of NASCAR, but also the many ways in which careers and roles in the Air Force correspond to those at 23XI and in motorsports.”

The U.S. Air Force is equally excited to have Wallace carrying its brand once again in 2024.

“We are thrilled to enter into this new partnership with 23XI Racing, and to once again have Bubba Wallace as our Air Force driver. This dynamic and iconic organization shares our commitment to excellence, speed, and teamwork, along with winning,” said Brigadier General Christopher Amrhein, AFRS commander. “This collaboration presents an exciting opportunity for us to connect with millions of passionate NASCAR fans and showcase the power and capabilities of the Air Force. Together, we will soar to new heights and inspire the next generation of Airmen leaders and innovators. Buckle up, because this partnership is set to accelerate our shared mission of excellence on and off the track.”

Wallace, 30, made the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs for the first time in his career in 2023, and he ended the season with a top-10 finish in the year-end championship standings. Wallace will look to take another step forward in his NASCAR Cup Series career in 2024.

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