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Drydene Backing Corey LaJoie, Spire Motorsports No. 7 Camaro For Dover

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There will be plenty of chances to spot the Drydene logo this weekend in Delaware.

Spire Motorsports driver Corey LaJoie will bring another sponsor from Go Fas Racing to Spire for the 2021 season, with Drydene Performance Products confirming they’ll serve as the primary sponsor for LaJoie and his No. 7 Camaro for this weekend’s race at Dover.

“We are excited to have Corey continue to be a part of Team Drydene for a third consecutive year and also partnering with Spire Motorsports for the Drydene 400 race at Dover International Speedway,” said Dave Klinger, President of Drydene Performance Products. “Corey is an amazing competitor on the track and a true Drydene brand ambassador off of it. Everyone at Drydene is looking forward to seeing Corey drive the No. 7 Drydene Camaro and hopefully parking it in victory lane.”

“It’s great to have Drydene back on board this weekend at Dover International Speedway,” said LaJoie. “Drydene has been a great supporter of mine over the years, so I’m proud to continue that relationship after making the transition to Spire Motorsports. As the entitlement sponsor of both the NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity races this weekend, it’s obvious Drydene is committed to our sport. I can’t thank Drydene enough for continuing to invest in both NASCAR and my career. We’re looking to put a good run together on Sunday at the Monster Mile.”

The paint scheme was designed by Shawn Magee, a long-time designer for LaJoie and his sponsors including Built Bar, Keen Parts, and youTheory.

“I’m glad to see the Drydene paint scheme that we designed last year for the #32 come back around to run on the #7,” Magee told “I’ve always liked this paint scheme and look forward to seeing it on track at Dover.”

Starting in 2020, Drydene signed on for the Cup Series doubleheader weekend at Dover when the COVID-19 pandemic shuffled the schedule. In 2021, Drydene will once again take two races as a race entitlement sponsor, taking the Xfinity race on Saturday and the Cup race on Sunday. The Drydene 400 has sold out according to Dover International Speedway.

In three races backed by the company in 2020, LaJoie brought the Drydene colors home 23rd as his best finish which came during the Dover doubleheader weekend.

“We’re proud that Drydene thought enough of Spire Motorsports to join Corey for another year when he signed with our team,” commented Spire Motorsports co-owner T.J. Puchyr. “We’re still a very young team and this is our first year running two cars, but we’re making gains every week. Corey has proven that he knows his way around Dover and can get the job done. We know he’ll do a good job for Drydene on Sunday.”

Fans can see the No. 7 Drydene Performance Products Camaro hit the track on Sunday, May 16th at 2 PM EST on FOX Sports 1 and the FOX Sports App.

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