The #97 made its debut run at Daytona after arriving only hours before the race. With no time to both wrap the vehicle and get it race-ready, the look of the car took a back seat to performance. At Daytona, the No. 97 Invisible Glass car was driven by Rob Ecklin, Brandon Kidd and Ramin Abdolvahabi. It started in 31st position, but the trio of drivers combined to steadily move the car forward, finishing 13th. Read more about that race here.
Now, with plenty of time to prepare, the new Aston will be returning to the track for its second American race with a completely new look. Take a look at this teaser reel for the upcoming re-launch: