Permatex Kicks Off NASCAR Season With StarCom Racing

Permatex Kicks Off NASCAR Season With StarCom Racing

Quin Houff will pilot the Permatex StarCom #00 Camaro in the Blue Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 on June 10.

Permatex has announced that the company will kick off its 2020 NASCAR Program during the Blue Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 on June 10. The #00 Permatex Chevrolet Camaro will make its 2020 NASCAR Cup Series debut with StarCom Racing at Martinsville Speedway in Ridgeway, Virginia.

The race, which will be the first Cup night race in the 73-year history of The Half-Mile of Mayhem, will be run without fans in attendance, and will be broadcast nationally on FS1, MRN, and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio at 7 p.m. on June 10.

The 2020 season marks the second consecutive season that Permatex has sponsored a StarCom Racing car. The car will be piloted by driver Quin Houff. 

“I’m very excited to have Permatex colors on our car for the first time this season,” said Driver Quin Houff. “It’s awesome to have such a well-known and respected company behind us! Especially one that I have grown up using around the house and on all things automotive. I know the power of Permatex is going to bring us some good races.”

Permatex Marketing Manager, Ashley Khan, spoke on the return to racing, noting, “Permatex couldn’t be more excited to kick off another season with StarCom Racing. Permatex products are widely chosen by professionals on and off the track, and the #00 Camaro gives us a great opportunity to showcase Permatex’s continued innovation in the automotive industry and bring awareness to our newest products. We look forward to connecting with our loyal customers who’ve trusted Permatex for many years and also introduce the Permatex brand to a newer generation of NASCAR fans.”

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