Drydene Announces Corey LaJoie Paint Scheme Vote

Drydene Performance Products, the “hardest working brand in heavy-duty lubrication,” is launching a national fan vote to determine which pain scheme will be featured on NASCAR Cup Series driver Corey LaJoie’s Drydene No. 32 GoFas Racing Ford Mustang. The winning scheme will be driven by LaJoie at Dover International Speedway during both Cup Series races of the Drydene Doubleheader Weekend, August 22-23.

Fans will have the opportunity to vote for their favorite paint scheme from three designs created by SMD of Canton, Ohio:

  1. Ruby Red
  2. Onyx Diamondplate
  3. Midnight Ruby Blaze

To vote, click here: Drydene Doubleheader. Fans can vote once per day. Fan voting is open now until August 7.

Drydene is the primary sponsor two NASCAR Cup Series races and two NASCAR Xfinity Series races at Dover International Speedway on Aug. 22-23 as part of the Monster Mile’s unprecedented weekend of racing this summer: the Drydene Doubleheader Weekend. Drydene was the sponsor of the Drydene 400 at the Monster Mile in October 2019.

LaJoie is no stranger to Team Drydene, having represented the red-and-white Drydene No. 32 car the first-time last October for the Drydene 400. Since that time, LaJoie has also represented Drydene in several races in the 2019 and 2020 NASCAR Cup Series seasons, most recently May’s NCS race at Darlington Speedway.

For contest updates, follow Team Drydene on social on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @TeamDrydene.

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