Get your face smashed in — on the Army's #39 NASCAR Chevy!


Imagine your face flying through the air on the hood this Chevy. (AP Photo/Mark Young)

Love NASCAR? Love NASCAR crashes? Ever wanted to be part of one? Well now you’ve got a chance, if you’re a vet.

The Army and Stewart-Haas Racing have announced a promotion for veterans to put their faces on Ryan Newman’s #39 Army-sponsored Chevy for the Kobalt Tools 500 Sprint Cup at Phoenix International Raceway on Nov. 14. That’s right, if you’re a veteran, you may be able to get your mug painted on the bumper of the #39 car — the same bumper that could put that weenie Jeff Gordon into the wall or get rear-ended by crazy man Carl Edwards.

“All veterans are eligible for inclusion among the photos in the special paint scheme,” a story on the official Army blog said. “[Images] selected will be featured on the hood, trunk, side panels and bumpers when Newman gets behind the wheel of the No. 39 U.S. Army Chevrolet in Phoenix.”

The deadline to submit your photos is Sept. 24. Go here to enter.


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