A.J. Foyt Racing and new driver Sting Ray Robb will feature Pray.com as the Idahoan’s primary sponsor for the 2024 season. A blend of black, yellow, and red is used on the No. 41 Chevy to present Robb’s backer, which aligns with the devout Christian’s faith.

“Faith has been an important part of my journey and I am excited to be able to drive a car that will represent that,” Robb said. “I’m honored and blessed to partner with Pray.com. Through this partnership, we’ll utilize our aligned beliefs and goals to encourage others in their commitment to prayer and grow the faith community.”

Robb has also recently started a series of social media posts where the 22-year-old reads passages from the bible to his followers.

“With the explosive growth of Christian advertisers being embraced by television networks like CBS, FOX, and others we recognized motorsports fans as an incredible audience for Pray.com,” said Pray.com CEO Steve Gatena. “We partnered up with Sting Ray – not only because of his cool name but also because of his Christian testimony.

“The more the pray.com team got to know him, the more we came to love him – he’s got an infectious faith and a great passion for sharing the power of prayer.”

Faith-based sponsors are by no means new to motor racing, but the instances have been limited across various series. In recent years, NASCAR has been the most common outlet for said sponsors, and with a rearward glance to the 1980s, IMSA, the WEC, and IndyCar also played host to cars backed by the Church of Scientology.