With Speedweeks right around the corner, Daniel Dye Racing is pleased to announce the continuation of the Race to Stop Suicide platform. Partners Halifax Health, Solar-Fit, KIX Country, and Jeep Beach have signed on to support Race to Stop Suicide once again in 2022. Race to Stop Suicide will continue its involvement in the community with events planned and supported by the Halifax Health Behavioral Health Team Members.
The upcoming ARCA Menards Series race at Daytona International Speedway will feature the sponsors' and Race to Stop Suicide logos on the No. 43 GMS Racing prepared Chevrolet. Dye will make his first career start at his 'home track', growing up just down the road in Deland, Florida.
"It's really meaningful to have Race to Stop Suicide on our cars again this season, and that wouldn't be possible without the incredible support from Halifax Health and all of our great partners. Daytona is going to be a special life experience, and hopefully, we can have our GMS Chevy in contention at the end of the Lucas Oil 200," commented driver Daniel Dye.
Fans can see Dye driving the Halifax Health, Solar-Fit, KIX Country No. 43 Chevrolet on the Daytona high banks Saturday, February 19 at 1:30 p.m. ET on FS1. The race will also be broadcast nationally by the Motor Racing Network and SiriusXM Satellite Radio. ### Kevin Striegle Kevtron Media email@example.com