AERO Creates New Livery For Meyer Shank Racing

AERO Meyer Shank
AERO Paint Technologies has debuted a new scheme for the Meyer Shank Racing IndyCar Series program.

PATASKALA, Ohio – From its unmistakable street graffiti look to the race-winning Lady Liberty scheme, Meyer Shank Racing has long stood apart from the crowd with innovative and striking liveries.

Entering the new NTT IndyCar Series season with an expanded race program, the squad will debut a new scheme and celebrate the Drive Pink Campaign with partner AutoNation.

The team returns to IndyCar competition with an AERO Liquid Metal Series pink livery for the No. 60 AutoNation/SiriusXM Honda-powered IndyCar driven by Jack Harvey, in support of AutoNation’s nationwide campaign to fund cancer research in hopes of finding methods of treatment options for breast cancer patients.

Some of MSR’s most iconic liveries have been created using AERO Sustainable Paint, such as its 2016 Petit Le Mans-winning gold Daytona Prototype. When the team moved to launch the Acura NSX GT3 program in 2017, AERO was once again on board as the team raced to victory lane twice in the first-ever season with the Acura Motorsports program.

The team was as nimble with the liveries as they were on track, utilizing eight different liveries with AERO through the course of the 2017 season.

“We are excited to have AERO Paint back on board with us for the IndyCar season,” said team co-owner Mike Shank. “Some of our best liveries have been a product of working with AERO Paint and I think that the IndyCar is no different. Our goal was to create a definitively pink color to highlight everything that AutoNation is doing with the ‘Drive Pink’ campaign, and AERO produced a perfect color for us.”