The 99th Chevrolet Camaro is about to launch a new marine scheme. Daniel Suarez and Trackhouse Racing in partnership with Princess Cruises.
Trackhouse Racing announced the news On August 16, the NASCAR Cup Series organization revealed a new outline for Suarez, which will feature blue and white, as well as the Princess seawitch logo. This chart will debut at Watkins Glen International before returning at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
“The biggest and best known companies see value in Trackhouse Racing, our drivers and the sport of NASCAR,” said team owner Justin Marks. “Princess Cruises is a strong brand and the goal of this partnership is to expose our fans to the wonders of Princess Cruises’ vacation and to provide NASCAR fans with an absolutely incredible way to travel the world.”
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This partnership extends to another Track House vehicle
Suarez will debut the Princess Cruises chart during the road track race at Watkins Glen, but he won’t be the only member of the team celebrating the partnership.
According to the press release, this deal also extends to Ross Chastain. Although no further details have been provided about any blueprints for the No. 1 Chevrolet Camaro or when it might appear.
“Expanding the Princess brand into NASCAR with a next-generation team that aspires to the possibilities and passion of fan experiences couldn’t be more exciting,” said John Padgett, President of Princess Cruises.
“The Trackhouse team is innovative, exciting and engaging, and we appreciate and applaud the incredible success of Daniel and Ross and are proud to ensure that NASCAR fans also have access to the most exceptional Princess Vacation packages. We have plenty of innovative plans that NASCAR fans will love.”
The two-car team added multiple partners in 2022
The deal with Princess Cruises is only the latest move for Trackhouse Racing. The two-car Cup Series team continued to add partners throughout the 2022 season, beginning with the historic Expo race.
The list of new partners also includes the president of the UFC. Chastain and Trackhouse Racing teamed up with Dana White’s Howler Head Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey on a trip to Los Angeles for the Busch Light Clash. Chastain launched a bright scheme specifically to advertise the Kentucky Banana Bourbon, competing on the purpose-built short track.
The moves continue with a 21-race deal with the Worldwide Express, multiple races with GoPro, the return of Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, and a reunion between Chastain and AdventHealth. Both Trackhouse Racing drivers also helped introduce a new partner to NASCAR when they debuted on the Jockey Charts.
If the 2022 season is any indication, adding Princess Cruises won’t be the last step by Trackhouse Racing. The team will likely continue to add more partners throughout 2022 and in preparation for the 2023 Cup Series season.
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