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All the Best NASCAR Paint Schemes for New Hampshire Weekend

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With New Hampshire Motor Speedway coming up this weekend, the attention turns to what paint schemes will grace this track in New England this weekend? Here is a look at every paint scheme released so far.

23XI Racing

Bubba Wallace and Tyler Reddick will sport a new sponsor this weekend, DraftKings . Both cars are very similar in appearance with some slight differences, so it looks sort of like a Formula One team.

Front Row Motorsports

Michael McDowell is running The Pete Store this weekend, an interesting departure from his typical Love’s yellow paint scheme.

In celebration of National Root Beer Float Day, Todd Gilliland will be running A&W this weekend at New Hampshire. To my knowledge, this is the first time a National Root Beer Float Day car has been run in NASCAR.

Hendrick Motorsports

Hendrick teams will run normal paint schemes this weekend. Kyle Larson will run Valvoline, Chase Elliott will run Napa, William Byron will run Raptor, and Alex Bowman will run Ally.

Joe Gibbs Racing

Denny Hamlin will have a new look this weekend, running Mavis Tires & Brakes. It’s a turquoise scheme with bright yellow numbers, unlike anything Denny Hamlin has run before.

Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

While, yes, Kroger is common on the Ricky Stenhouse Jr. car, it is uncommon for Drumstick to be on the car. Will the ice cream be used to keep the brakes cool?

Kaulig Racing

While not a race paint scheme, Kaulig Racing went so far as to release their testing paint scheme for Monday’s test at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It’s “The Highlighter” car as they call it.

As for the race scheme, it’s the typical green and white for Kaulig Racing. They’ll be showing off Nutrien for A.J. Allmendinger, and Campers Inn RV for Justin Haley.

Live Fast Motorsports

Live Fast Motorsports will bring back the same scheme run at Gateway, the ever popular Circle B Diecast car.

Legacy Motor Club

The “Louden liveries” for Legacy Motor Club will be Sunseeker Resort for Noah Gragson and Allegiant for Erik Jones. Both typical sponsors for each driver.

RFK Racing

Chris Buescher will run his normal Fastenal car this weekend, while Brad Keselowski will run one of his newer schemes, Buildsubmarines.com. And yes, the awesome chrome numbers are on the cars as well.

Richard Childress Racing

Austin Dillon will run one of his beautiful Bass Pro Shops schemes this weekend. Kyle Busch will run his black and red Lenovo car. Sheldon Creed and Austin hill will run their typical Whelen and Bennett colors in the Xfinity Series.

Rick Ware Racing

Rick Ware Racing will have an interesting driver lineup this weekend with former New Hampshire race winner Ryan Newman running the 15 Parts Plus car. Cole Custer will run the number 51 Biohaven car in his second consecutive start with the team.

Spire Motorsports

Corey LaJoie is running Schluter Systems this weekend for the final time this season. He ran the scheme to a 20th place finish at Sonoma.

Stewart-Haas Racing

Stewart-Haas Racing this weekend will be running some of their biggest partners with Kevin Harvick running Busch, Aric Almirola running Smithfield, Mobil 1 for Chase Briscoe, and Mowhawk for Ryan Preece. In the Xfinity Series, Haas will sponsor Cole Custer, and Monster Energy will grace the hood of Riley Herbst.

Team Penske

The iconic Pennzoil scheme for Joey Logano and Menards for Ryan Blaney will be on the track for New Hampshire this weekend. Sylvania will also offer sponsorship on the hood for Ryan Blaney. Austin Cindric will run his bright orange Autotrader car.

Trackhouse Racing

Ross Chastain will rock the Kubota car this weekend, with orange and black inspired by tractors. Daniel Suarez will have co-owner Pitbull on his hood this weekend promoting his new album, “Trackhouse.”

Wood Brothers Racing

Is there anything more tried and true than the Wood Brothers red and white Motorcraft scheme? Well, that car is back this weekend with Harrison Burton piloting the car.

Rain or shine, these schemes will be at the track this weekend at New Hampshire. Which of these schemes will end up in victory lane?

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