The Ducks Unlimited duck head will hit top speed Saturday under the lights at the Daytona International Speedway during the Coke Zero 400.
The No. 14 Sprint Cup Series car driven by Tony Stewart will feature a greenhead on both back fenders in a special paint scheme donated by Bass Pro Shops’ founder Johnny Morris.
“Conservation is the only way we can ensure our grandchildren and their children will have the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors like our generation has, and Ducks Unlimited has been promoting conservation for the past 76 years,” Morris said in a release. “It’s a tremendous organization with a great mission, and I’m proud to call myself a DU member.”
In a similarly painted car last year, Stewart drove the DU car to a second-place finish behind Jimmie Johnson.
The race is set to begin under the lights at 6:30 p.m. Saturday evening.