Gray Gaulding turns truck Pink for Kroger 200 at Martinsville
NASCAR Next and Sunoco Rookie of the Year Contender Gray Gaulding, will drive a special "Pink" No.20 Gemini Southern Chevrolet Silverado on October 25thin the Kroger 200 at Martinsville Speedway to help raise awareness for breast cancer and the one out of eight women that will be diagnosed in their lifetime.
Gaulding has a strong heart for breast cancer awareness month, as his grandmother is a survivor. "I was only two when my grandma Gloria got diagnosed with breast cancer. I really don't remember a whole lot about it, but have learned over the years how it impacted her life and my whole families" said Gaulding. "Anytime we can help raise awareness shines a little bit of light for my grandma, as she is my number one fan and supporter."
Gaulding, in conjunction with running this special paint scheme, will honor and support the NTS Motorsports family, by running the names of the women who may be family and friends that have fought and/or are currently fighting breast cancer.
On track activity at Martinsville Speedway begins with back to back practice sessions on Friday, October 24th from 1:40pm to 2:30pm and 3:00pm to 4:25pm. On track activity will resume on Saturday, October 25th with NASCAR Knockout Qualifying at 10:15am and the Kroger 200 at 1:30pm. All time are Eastern Standard Time.
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