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Known to showcase eye catching liveries that quickly become fan favorites, Meyer Shank Racing is continuing its tradition with the striking Fourth of July-themed Acura NSX GT3 for the annual Shalen’s Six Hours of the Glen next weekend.

The No. 93 Meyer Shank Racing (MSR) Acura NSX GT3 will feature its first livery change of the 2018 season, and what better time to go all out than the Fourth of July classic at Watkins Glen International.

The Watkins Glen race has seen several teams adopt special liveries, with the MSR entries having generated some unforgettable looks through the years. The All-American driver line up – Lawson Aschenbach and Justin Marks – will carry the nation’s colors with a full-fledged and modernized American flag livery to cover the sleek lines of the Acura NSX GT3.

Also featured on the GTD-class machine is the Liberty Bell featuring all of the details including the iconic crack and the Leviticus 25:10 inscription.

Already eager to head back to IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar competition, Aschenbach now has a new found excitement after seeing the striking new look.

“I’m blown away by Watkins Glen livery for the No. 93 MSR Acura NSX GT3,” said Aschenbach. “Mike Shank has outdone himself again in creating an exciting wrap for the all-important 6 Hour race showcasing the red, white, and blue right before July The Fourth. As a proud American, it’s an honor to represent of the United States of America!”

The 6 Hour classic at Watkins Glen International will take place on Sunday, July 1st

Source. Sunday Group


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