In a special moment for seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson, his Legacy Motor Club NASCAR Cup Series team unveiled the livery designed by his kids, which he will race with at the Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway next month.

Speaking about the design, Johnson’s kids, Genevieve and Lydia Johnson said:

“It was a lot of trial and error but we are so excited to see our designs at the race. “It was really fun for us to combine colors and patterns that remind us of Dad’s racing world and some of our favorite memories with him. We hope everyone loves it as much as we loved creating it!”

The Brickyard 400 is a special event for Johnson, who has won the race four times.

The No. 84 Carvana Toyota Camry XSE features an imaginative blend of colors and patterns that represent Johnson’s personal life and dynamic racing career, brought to life through the artistic vision of his daughters. The car is covered in pink, turquoise, yellow and purple doodles along with images of the family’s spirited Jack Russell Terrier, “Charlie Meatball” (who Genevieve spent the most time drawing), and references how the girls wish their dad luck before each race, telling him to “drive over the moon” – their way of saying Johnson he will be the fastest car.

Speaking about the livery, Johnson said:

“Seeing my daughters take such an active role in designing the paint scheme for my car has been an incredibly special experience. “Their creativity and vision have brought a fresh and personal touch to the race track and will keep me inspired lap after lap. It’s a special moment I’m excited to share with the fans, especially as we celebrate Father’s Day.”






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