Brown also talked about his role in an op/ed for Newsweek.
“Racing at 200 miles per hour doesn’t give me a lot of time to think about politics,” Brown wrote. “And even if it did, I have always preferred the roar of the engine to the roar of my voice.”
“Let’s go America,” Brown concluded the op/ed.
Brown’s embrace of the LGB may not sit well with NASCAR. Earlier this year, Steve Phelps, the NASCAR president, said that the organization does not want to be associated with the “Let’s go, Brandon” movement.
NASCAR is claiming it has not approved the sponsorship. Brown’s team claimed it had all the approvals needed to go along with the announcement.
Phelps previously said NASCAR will pursue action against any illegal use of its trademarks on merchandise boasting the slogan, which have started to sprout.
Phelps claimed NASCAR respects the presidential office.
“Do we like the fact that it kind of started with NASCAR and then is gaining ground out elsewhere? No, we’re not happy about that,” Phelps said.