Dog The Bounty Hunter is about to feel the need for speed because his face has been plastered onto the Ricky Stenhouse, Jr's car for this weekend's big race.
Dog Chapman teamed up with Stenhouse to put emblazon the logo of his new show, "Dog's Most Wanted," on the hood of the #17 car.
NASCAR's "Bojangles’ Southern 500" will go down this Sunday in Darlington, South Carolina, and the Ford Mustang will be fully wrapped to promote the upcoming WGN America series.
Stenhouse is excited, telling the media, “It’s going to be awesome to have ‘Dog’s Most Wanted’ on the car at Darlington."
He continued, “We are looking forward to having him at the race and hopefully he can help us track down and capture a trip to Victory Lane.”
We are told Dog will also make an appearance at the actual race, but it's unclear if he will take part in any festivities.
The NASCAR Cup Series stock car race at Darlington Raceway is 501 miles and consists of 367 laps.
The collaboration is definitely exciting for Dog and his family, as they are still reeling from the death of their beloved Beth Chapman.
As we also reported, Dog's family store in Colorado was recently burglarized and police have still not arrested a suspect.
During the burglary, some of Beth's personal items were looted, including some of her bounty hunting gear and family keepsakes.
"Dog's Most Wanted" will be the bounty hunting family's latest foray back into reality television, and will also chronicle the last days of Beth as she battled cancer.
The series premieres on Wednesday, Sept. 4 at 9 PM.