AdventHealth will continue its partnership with Ross Chastain and Trackhouse Racing for the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season, serving as a primary sponsor of the No. 1 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 in multiple events.
Chastain, who finished runner-up in NASCAR Cup Series points last year, will carry the vibrant branding of AdventHealth in six events throughout the 2023 season, starting with the season-opener at Daytona International Speedway on February 19.
The Trackhouse Racing driver will continue to carry the colors of AdventHealth throughout the 36-race season, with the company making appearances on the No. 1 Chevrolet Camaro at Atlanta (March 19), Bristol Dirt (April 9), Kansas (May 7), the Coca-Cola 600 (May 28), and the inaugural Chicago Street Course event (July 2).
“AdventHealth is one of the corporate partners that supported me from the first day,” said Chastain. “We have had a lot of fun the last few years and enjoyed getting to meet all the AdventHealth healthcare workers and patients.”
The relationship between Chastain and AdventHealth dates back to his tenure with Spire Motorsports in 2020, when the company served as a primary partner of the No. 77 Chevrolet Camaro in the Daytona 500 and Coca-Cola 600, as part of a relationship with the now defunct Chip Ganassi Racing.
In 2022, AdventHealth served as an eight-race primary partner of Chastain and Trackhouse Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series, scoring a pair of top-five results for the sponsor at Atlanta (March) and Road America (July), as well as four top-10 finishes.
“We’re very proud to continue our support of NASCAR and Ross Chastain by partnering with Trackhouse Racing for the 2023 season,” said David Banks, chief strategy and organizational transformation officer for AdventHealth. “Our team members are also excited to once again care for drivers and fans at Daytona International Speedway during Speedweeks and all season long.”
Last season, Chastain's second as a full-time competitor in the NASCAR Cup Series, was head-turning for both himself and his team, as the 30-year-old driver posted a series-leading 15 top-five and 21 top-10 finishes, while scoring two of three victories for Trackhouse Racing.
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