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Nationwide Series Sponsors: Larson welcomes Nashville Outlaws; Harvick reunites with Jimmy John’s

Chip Ganassi Racing announced Tuesday that a new Big Machine Records album, Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute to Motley Crue, will adorn the quarter panels of Kyle Larson’s No. 42 Chevrolet for Turner Scott Motorsports in this weekend’s Nationwide Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The new CD will feature some of country’s biggest stars, such as Florida Georgia Line, Rascal Flatts, Justin Moore and Darius Rucker as they perform a slew of Motley Crue tunes.

“The car looks really cool, and I’m looking forward to representing Big Machine and their singers on track at Indy,” Larson said in a team release. “I’m a fan of country music and rock, so I’ll definitely be listening to the Nashville Outlaws album when it’s released.  This will be the third time I’ve raced with Big Machine artists on my car, having had Cassadee Pope on a car last year and Brantley Gilbert earlier this season, so I’m excited to represent the label once again.”

Photo Credit: Chip Ganassi Racing
Photo Credit: Chip Ganassi Racing

Larson has reached Nationwide Series victory lane twice this season, posting victories at Auto Club Speedway and Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Meanwhile, JR Motorsports announced that Jimmy John’s will be sponsoring Kevin Harvick on September 13th in the Nationwide Series event at Chicagoland Speedway. Jimmy John’s is a gourmet sandwich shop chain with more than 1,900 locations across the United States.

Harvick has posted two victories this year in eight Nationwide Series starts, scoring the victory at Richmond International Raceway and Kentucky Speedway.

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