Sting Racy Robb’s No. 41 A.J. Foyt Racing Pray.com Chevy has become the No. 41 Goodheart Animal Health Centers Chevy with immediate effect.

Goodheart, which served as an associate sponsor on the sophomore IndyCar driver’s entry, has swapped entitlement roles with Pray.com, which moves to the associate position on the car for the reminder of the year. In a new livery featuring paw prints on the No. 41, the Indianapolis 500 is being used to launch the amplified relationship with Robb.

RACER understands the change does not jeopardize the Idahoan’s place within the team in relation to the multi-year agreement he signed with Foyt, with Goodheart increasing its support of Robb to gain primary status on the car.

“We are grateful and blessed for the long-standing support of Goodheart and are thrilled to have them on board as the primary for the Indy 500,” Robb said. “We know everyone can share the sentiment, We Love Pets, that you see on the car livery. Looking forward to a solid run and giving those paw prints a 230+mph ride around the track.”