Meyer Shank Racing unveils 'Drive Pink' scheme for 2019 season

Meyer Shank Racing has unveiled a new pink livery ahead of testing for the new 2019 NTT IndyCar season.

With help from AERO sustainable paint, the MSR team will be promoting a "Drive Pink Campaign" with one of the team's major partners, AutoNation.

The aim of the campaign is to help fund cancer research with its main goal of finding different treatment options for those suffering from breast cancer.

Englishman Jack Harvey will once again be behind the wheel to compete in IndyCar with an expanded 10-race programme for the 2019 season, which includes the 103rd running of the Indianapolis.

MSR has utilised the help of AERO paint over previous racing seasons, especially with their IMSA programme most notably with the 2016 Petit Le Mans-winning gold Daytona Prototype.

"We are excited to have AERO Paint back on board with us for the IndyCar season," said team owner Michael 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."

The No. 60 AutoNation/SiriusXM Honda will make its first on-track appearance at the one day test at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca on February 8th.

The team will then head directly to Circuit of the Americas for the official NTT IndyCar Series Spring Training on February 12-13.