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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's campaign logo will be featured on the body of a NASCAR stock car at this weekend's Sprint Cup race in Texas.

Reed Sorenson's #55 Toyota will feature a "Trump/Pence 2016" paint scheme at the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, FOX Sports reported.

According to Yahoo! Sports, Sorenson's team, Premium Motorsports, is behind the political logo being placed on the 30-year-old Georgia native's car.

However, it is not known whether the Trump campaign paid to sponsor the car or if the move was made independently by Premium.

At a race in Talladega, Ala., earlier this fall, Camping World Truck Series driver Austin Wayne Self, 20, featured a similar Trump scheme on his truck.

A number of big names in the sport have endorsed the New York businessman, including legendary driver Richard Petty, 79, association president Brian France, 54, and racers Chase Elliott, 20, David Ragan, 30, and Ryan Newman, 38.


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