AeroVanti, a private luxury aviation company, will serve as the primary sponsor for the No. 7 Spire Motorsports team and its driver Corey LaJoie in the May 28th Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
AeroVanti's "Golden Goose" logo will be featured on the hood of the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.
In addition to the sponsorship partnership, LaJoie's No.7 car will feature the name of U.S. Navy Captain Brian Bourgeois, who was the Commanding Officer of SEAL Team 8, on the windshield of the car all weekend long as part of NASCAR's 600 Miles of Remembrance program. Bourgeois died in a training incident in December 2021.
AeroVanti is proud to join Spire Motorsports in honoring an American hero.
“Capt. Bourgeois was a decorated combat veteran, a Bronze Star Medal with Valor recipient, an incredible commander of the most elite fighting force in the world, and the recipient of the Pat Tillman Leadership Award,” said AeroVanti Founder and CEO Patrick Britton-Harr. “He was also a husband and father of four children, a man of remarkable strength and integrity, whose legacy will be one of steady leadership and impeccable character, having left a tremendous mark on this world. We are honored and humbled to share a car with Capt. Bourgeois and are grateful to Spire Motorsports and Corey LaJoie for joining us in this tribute.”
LaJoie, 31, has enjoyed an impressive start to the season, where he has flirted with and at points found himself inside the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs cutline.
Through eight starts in 2023, the driver has already scored his career-best finish (fourth at Atlanta Motor Speedway) and LaJoie sits 21st in the point standings.
The North Carolina native's career-best finish in the Coca-Cola 600 was a 12th-place effort in 2019 while driving for Go FAS Racing. LaJoie will look to better that finish in a few weeks.
Photo Credit: Spire Motorsports
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