This week, Chase Elliott is all set to make his 5th appearance in the All-Star race. This year, Bristol Motor Speedway will host the race for the first time. This is the second time the race is being hosted on any track other than the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Chase Elliott will use a special livery for the NASCAR All-Star Race. It will be a green ‘UniFirst‘ livery. The company announced this via tweet.
They wrote, “NASCAR IS HEATING UP! Catch Chase Elliott behind the wheel of an all-new No. 9 UniFirst Chevrolet, with a hot new paint scheme created just for the All-Star race at Bristol. Wednesday, July 15 at 8:30 p.m. EST on Fox Sports 1 (FS1). @TeamHendrick @Hendrick9Team @chaseelliott”
NASCAR IS HEATING UP! Catch Chase Elliott behind the wheel of an all-new No. 9 UniFirst Chevrolet, with a hot new paint scheme created just for the All-Star race at Bristol. Wednesday, July 15 at 8:30 p.m. EST on Fox Sports 1 (FS1). @TeamHendrick @Hendrick9Team @chaseelliott pic.twitter.com/DTKKYDMs6G
— UniFirst (@UniFirst_Corp) July 14, 2020
As reported by PR Newswire, Elliott said: “The All-Star race is always a great event”.
He added, “The race always brings a little extra excitement for some reason. I’m looking forward to having the UniFirst Chevy under the lights and hopefully, the No. 9 team can have a good run and get an All-Star win.”
Chase Elliott to drive the green car again
The No. 9 UniFirst Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE, driven by Chase Elliott, will show up for the second time in the 2020 season. The UniFirst Chevrolet made its official introduction on March 8 at the Phoenix Raceway. Elliott started the race from the pole position and led 93 laps on the way to the top 10 completion.
Chase Elliott won his first race of the 2020 season in Charlotte on May 28. He right now leads the drivers in stage wins (five). Moreover, he has collected seven top-five completions. Chase Elliott has led a sum of 451 laps. Elliott presently has 575 points, setting him fourth in the NASCAR Cup Series standings.
The occasion will include the absolute most famous names in racing. The race was initially planned to occur at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. UniFirst’s third and last race will be held at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday, Sept. 27.
Read More: After Starting His 700th NASCAR Cup Race, Kurt Busch is Ready for the All-Star Race