INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Corey LaJoie came to Indianapolis with a new primary sponsor and a freshly painted car. It’s likely to drive the conversation inside and outside of Gasoline Alley all weekend.
The sleek red, white and blue No. 32 Ford will carry the banner Trump 2020 on LaJoie’s hood for the next nine races — a move that comes at a time of an intensifying political debate that is now moving to NASCAR events.
In recent weeks, cars in the Cup and Xfinity Series have increasingly carried messages such as Black Lives Matter and Back The Blue.