Chase Elliott: Campfire/S’mores paint scheme for Atlanta

Here’s the unique NASCAR paint scheme and firesuit designed by two children

Chase Elliott will have a unique paint scheme for Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Two cancer patients have designed the paint scheme for the event. 11-year-old Alex Corbin and 13-year-old Kayleb Duran-Rodriguez sketched the winning designs.

View Chase Elliott’s paint scheme and firesuit below.

Corbin was diagnosed with a brain tumor. He’s undergone surgeries, radiation, chemotherapy, MRI tests and therapy since the diagnosis.

Duran-Rodriguez was diagnosed with leukemia in 2020.

Elliott’s car will feature a campfire and s’mores on the hood. That highlights Duran-Rodriguez’s love for campfires with friends and family. 

The driver will also be fitted with a unique racing suit, also hand drawn. Corbin is the artist behind the firesuits.

‘DESI9N TO DRIVE’ benefits the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. It’s the seventh edition of the paint scheme.

In the first six years, the program has help raise $350,000.

After the race, the NASCAR Foundation will auction off pieces of Elliott’s uniform via eBay. VIP packages are also available for bidding. Bidding on the items begin on July 5 and close Wednesday, July 12.

The NASCAR Cup Series race takes place on July 9th.

Chase Elliott
Fire suit

Chase Elliott - S'mores suit - Desi9ntoDrive
Chase Elliott – S’mores suit – Desi9ntoDrive (Photo: Hendrick Motorsports)

Chase Elliott
Campfire Paint Scheme

Campfire Smores paint scheme - Chase Elliott
Campfire S’mores paint scheme – Chase Elliott (Photo: Hendrick Motorsports)
Chase Elliott - S'mores NASCAR paint scheme - NASCAR - Desi9ntoDrive
Chase Elliott – S’mores NASCAR paint scheme – NASCAR – Desi9ntoDrive (Photo: Hendrick Motorsports)

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