Daytona Beach, Florida – AdventHealth and Trackhouse Entertainment Group are joining forces in 2022 to field the No. 1 AdventHealth Chevrolet Camaro for driver Ross Chastain in six NASCAR Cup Series races including the season-opening DAYTONA 500 – the sport’s premier event.
The 64th annual race is the highlight of DAYTONA Speedweeks Presented by AdventHealth.
The blue and green AdventHealth paint scheme will appear on Chastain’s No. 1 Chevrolet Camaro at the DAYTONA 500 on Feb. 20, Atlanta Motor Speedway on March 20, Bristol Motor Speedway on April 17, Kansas Speedway on May 15, Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 29 and Road America on July 3.
The announcement came Tuesday in Daytona Beach as the Cup Series drivers tested the sport’s new Next Gen cars at Daytona International Speedway in preparation for the DAYTONA 500.
With 50 hospitals in almost a dozen states, racetracks like Daytona, Charlotte, Kansas and Atlanta are all located within an AdventHealth market and nearby facility.
“As a Florida native, I couldn’t be happier to have AdventHealth join us at Trackhouse Racing,” said Chastain who has worked with AdventHealth the past two seasons. “I have gotten to know the AdventHealth people over the last few years and learned about the important work they are doing for my home state as well as many of the race markets we visit.”
In addition to the race team sponsorship, AdventHealth has enjoyed a relationship Daytona International Speedway since 2014. As the Official Healthcare Provider of Daytona International Speedway, AdventHealth cares for more than 1,000 patients each year on-site. In the event of an emergency, there are 11 AdventHealth ambulances, two care centers and nine first aid stations standing ready to care for drivers and fans.
“We’re very proud to continue our support of NASCAR and Ross Chastain by partnering with Trackhouse Racing for the 2022 season,” said David Banks, chief strategy and organizational transformation officer for AdventHealth. “Our team members are also excited to once again care for drivers and fans at Daytona International Speedway during Speedweeks and all season long.”
The AdventHealth injector – or gate entrance – at the track is a 20,000-square-foot-oasis. The hospital system’s injector features messages of health, well-being and wholeness, as well as interactive games that naturally tie the sport of racing to health and wellness, testing race fans’ hand-eye coordination – a vital skill on the racetrack.