CONCORD, N.C. – Roush Fenway Racing has announced a partnership with Acorns, the leading financial wellness system in the United States.
For the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, former Daytona 500 champion Ryan Newman will represent Acorns and race the No. 6 Ford Mustang.
Acorns will be featured for multiple races in 2019, making its debut with Newman and the team during the second race of the season on Feb. 24 at Atlanta (Ga.) Motor Speedway.
Newman, who enters the 18th season of his celebrated career, makes his Roush Fenway debut a week prior in the season-opening Daytona 500. He boasts seven poles and nine top-10 finishes at Atlanta.
“Winning is everything to me, it’s what drives me to become a champion in our sport,” said Newman. “I came from humble beginnings; my father was an auto mechanic who wanted to race but never had the chance to do so. He taught me to invest in myself and never stop growing. I’m excited to represent a company like Acorns that is encouraging all Americans to invest in their future. With the support of like-minded individuals, I hope we can share our successes on and off the race track this season.”
“NASCAR is the ultimate representation of the American dream,” said Noah Kerner, CEO of Acorns. “With the help of Rocketman, we hope to reach all Americans who want to race towards a better future.”
Acorns helps America’s up-and-coming by automatically investing spare change from everyday purchases into diversified ETF portfolios. It also helps these customers grow their knowledge, earn extra money and save for retirement with the launch of Acorns Later, the first automated retirement account.
Newman, a native of South Bend, Ind., becomes the sixth driver to pilot the No. 6 for Roush Fenway. The No. 6 Ford has visited victory lane 36 times, captured 41 poles and led over 11,400 laps under the Roush Fenway umbrella.