AdventHealth joins Legacy Motor Club as primary sponsor for Jones

AdventHealth has joined Legacy Motor Club as a primary sponsor for Erik Jones and the No. 43 team next season, but it will also support Jimmie Johnson in his part-time schedule.

Jones will sport the AdventHealth colors for the first time in the season-opening Daytona 500 on February 18. AdventHealth will then be on the No. 43 Toyota Camry in five additional races.

For Johnson, the deal will be a three-race stint. The first will be at Texas Motor Speedway (April 14), followed by Kansas Speedway (May 5), and Charlotte Motor Speedway (May 26). AdventHealth is also the entitlement sponsor of the Kansas event: the AdventHealth 400.


“We are thrilled to partner with Legacy Moto Club and drivers Erik Jones and Jimmie Johnson and are looking forward to a winning 2024 race season,” said Terry Shaw, president and CEO of AdventHealth. “AdventHealth has been a sponsor in the sport since 2015 and we appreciate the opportunity to provide care for this team and the passionate NASCAR fan base. Together we can make a tremendous impact in our communities and ensure more people have the opportunity to access whole-person care.”

AdventHealth joins Legacy Motor Club after being a partner of Trackhouse Racing.

The 2024 season will be the fourth for Jones driving the No. 43. It is the third for him under the Legacy Motor Club banner after Maury Gallagher acquired the majority of Richard Petty’s operation in the winter of 2021.

“This is a great partnership for me on the professional and personal level,” Jones said. “Healthcare is one of my key pillars in the Erik Jones Foundation and when I met with the leadership of AdventHealth our values aligned instantly. I hope we can forge a great path together in this new relationship and do many things to positively impact the community both around the tracks and across the U.S.”

Johnson, a co-owner of the organization, will drive the No. 81 Toyota on a part-time schedule, the rest of which is still to be announced. It will be the first time Johnson has driven a Toyota at the Cup Series level.

Story originally appeared on Racer