(MOORESVILLE, N.C. - October 17, 2012) - Maryeve Dufault's No. 04 Carter 2 Motorsports Dodge Charger will be sporting a new look for the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards season finale at Kansas Speedway on Friday.
The No. 04 livery will showcase Dufault's partnership with Valvoline NextGen motor oil with a green and white paint scheme. She will also support Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wrapping the car's bumpers in the iconic pink.
Dufault, a Sorel, Quebec native, will return to the No. 04 seat at Kansas for her 19th ARCA race and is the only Canadian among the 40 drivers entered for the Kansas Lottery 98.9 event.
"I am really excited to get back on the track," said Dufault. "Valvoline is a great partner and I am thrilled to be racing the NextGen entry at Kansas and hope that I can have a good result for their first ARCA race with me. I am looking forward to the race, but I am also glad to be able to get the word out about Valvoline's NextGen motor oil. It is a great product that can do so much good for the environment and I'm glad to be able to help share the message with the fans."
Dufault also is glad to be doing her part to highlight awareness of breast cancer with the pink bumpers on the No. 04 NextGen Dodge Charger.
"Breast cancer affects one in eight women in the United States and they say that awareness and early detection of symptoms is one of the key things in the fight against breast cancer," she said. "So this weekend, I am doing my part by running the pink bumpers to raise awareness and remind people that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and hopefully there will be brighter futures with no breast cancer for little girls like my goddaughter ."
Dufault most recently drove the No. 04 C2M entry at Salem Speedway, where she ran as high as eighth before a lapped car and that driver's bold move cut her night short and she finished 23rd.
"The team at C2M has been fabulous to work with this year," said Dufault. "We really have great synergy and at Salem, they gave me a car that I could run anywhere on the track because it was that good, so I'm looking forward to this weekend in Kansas and hoping we have a good result."