Seven-time NASCAR® champion Jimmie Johnson will be racing to honor U.S. Army Sgt. Richard (Rick) Donlan of
Hampton, Va. as part of the NASCAR® Industry’s 600 Miles of Remembrance program at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
On May 26, Johnson’s No. 48 Ally Chevrolet Camaro will feature Donlan’s name on the front windshield header.
Donlan was born on Jan. 3, 1946 and died in combat on Feb. 28, 1969 in the Binh Thuan province of Vietnam. He
was part of the 506th infantry, 101st Airborne and deployed to Vietnam in 1968. He is buried in Arlington National
As part of the tribute, Johnson’s No. 48 Ally Chevrolet Camaro will also be wrapped in “MultiCam” – a camouflage
pattern used by the United States military in a wide range of environments.
Now the official die-cast of Johnson’s Ally Patriotic Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is available to order from Lionel Racing.
Each 1:24-scale car is being offered in two different trim levels – an Action Racing Collectables (ARC) hood-open
model and also a fully die-cast ELITE version that features an opening hood and trunk. A 1:64-scale die-cast is also
Don’t miss this special tribute. Order now!
Each ARC Collectable 1:24-scale hood open collectible die-cast includes manufacturer-specific engine detail, die-cast body, plastic chassis and detailed interior. Each collectible die-cast also features a DIN (Diecast Identification Number) for registration. 1:24-Scale Action Racing Collectables Features
Fully die-cast body
Opening roof flaps
Poseable wheels (not linked to steering mechanism
Manufacturer-specific engine detail
Manufacturer-specific body contour
Driver side window net
Painted chassis details
Die-Cast Identification Number (DIN) visible through rear window
Packaged in ARC and driver-branded fully decorated window box
Officially licensed by NASCAR