Kenseth's Texas livery showcases U.S. Winter Olympics team

It may feel more like summer this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, but Matt Kenseth’s paint scheme will have much more of a winter feel.

Kenseth's Texas livery showcases U.S. Winter Olympics team

To celebrate its official partnership with the U.S. Olympic Committee, Comcast announced Wednesday that Kenseth’s No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota will feature branding in this weekend’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race to showcase Team USA’s participation in this year’s Olympic Winter Games.

“Being able to feature Xfinity and Team USA aboard our No. 20 Camry this weekend is really exciting,” said Matt Kenseth.  “The Games give our country and the world a way to unite in competitions through sport and I always enjoy getting to watch these athletes do what they do best.”

The design features Comcast’s Xfinity brand and USOC logo lock-up on the hood of Kenseth’s Camry to commemorate the 100-day milestone from the start of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.

“With only 100 days until the Olympic Winter Games commence, all of us at Comcast are excited to partner with Matt Kenseth and Joe Gibbs Racing to celebrate our partnership with Team USA,” said Matt Lederer, Comcast’s executive director of sports marketing.

“Xfinity X1 brings NASCAR fans the best TV experience every race weekend, and we are looking forward to bringing that same elevated experience for our customers watching the Olympic Winter Games this February.”

Comcast is an official partner of the USOC through 2020, which includes the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, and the Olympic and Paralympic Summer Games Tokyo 2020.

 

 

 

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