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All the Best Paint Scheme Reveals for Atlanta and Mid-Ohio

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The NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series returns to Atlanta this weekend for their second visit of the year, while the Craftsman Truck Series moved on to Mid-Ohio for a road course race. What types of paint schemes will hit the track this weekend?

23XI Racing

Bubba Wallace will run the Leidos car this weekend at Atlanta. Wallace has shown his talent on superspeedway tracks similar to Atlanta, meaning that this car has the potential to be in victory lane this weekend.

Front Row Motorsports

Fr8 Auctions returns to the hood of Michael McDowell’s car this weekend at Atlanta. The 2021 Daytona 500 winner currently sits only 10 points out of the Playoffs.

Todd Gilliland will run Georgia Peanuts this weekend appropriately at NASCAR’s only track in the state of Georgia.

Zane Smith returns alongside the Truck Series this weekend driving a car sponsored by Tipico Sportsbook. Names of Tipico customers are placed on the deck lid of the truck this weekend.

Hendrick Motorsports

While most Hendrick Motorsports cars look quite familiar this weekend, Georgia native Chase Elliott is running a special paint scheme this weekend. According to the NASCAR Foundation, the paint scheme was inspired by 13-year-old Leukemia patient Kayleb Duran Rodriguez, and the race suit was designed by 11-year-old brain tumor patient Alex Corbin.

Joe Gibbs Racing

Denny Hamlin will return his Coca-Cola paint scheme this weekend with the Chrome number 11. He last won at Atlanta in 2012.

Kaulig Racing

The classic looks, as they say, for Kaulig Racing will be run this weekend at Atlanta, with the green and white for both Justin Haley and A.J. Allmendinger. Haley is coming off of his best finish of the season at Chicago, where he finished second.

More typical schemes for Kaulig in the Xfinity Series this weekend. Justin Haley is piloting the 10 car this weekend with Daniel Hemric and Chandler Smith in the other two cars.

Live Fast Motorsports

B.J. McLeod will run GUNK this weekend, and they are even doing a giveaway of NASCAR Pole Position magazine signed by McLeod.

Niece Motorsports

Connor Daly makes his Niece Motorsports debut this weekend at Mid-Ohio driving the Unishippers truck for Niece Motorsports. Carson Hocevar runs his typical Worldwide Express car, and Lawless Alan runs Easton.

Legacy Motor Club

It’s only Noah Gragson and Erik Jones this weekend driving for Legacy Motor Club. Gragson runs Sunseeker Resort while Jones runs Allegiant, and both are approaching must-win territory for the Playoffs.

RFK Racing

Brad Keselowski will run his Castrol Edge scheme this weekend, while Chris Buescher will run his typical Fastenal scheme. Of course, the chrome numbers are here too.

Richard Childress Racing

A patriotic flair for RCR this weekend with Kyle Busch, Austin Hill, and Sheldon Creed running red white and blue. Austin Dillon will run a camouflage car.

Rick Ware Racing

J.J. Yeley returns this weekend with Patriot Mobile colors. The Sound of Freedom movie will also partner on the car.

Cole Custer is back in the Cup Series this weekend. Jacob Companies will sponsor Custer, who is the defending Xfinity Series race winner coming into this weekend after winning at the Chicago Street Race.

Spire Motorsports

Spire Motorsports is starting their partnership with Gainbridge this weekend. This will be the first race of the deal, and Corey LaJoie has gotten his best career finish at Atlanta.

Marco Andretti will make his Truck Series debut this weekend with Group 1001 colors. He has experience at Mid-Ohio in IndyCars.

Stewart-Haas Racing

Fairly typical schemes this weekend for Stewart-Haas at Atlanta with the man unique part being Aric Almirola including IHOP on his car.

Team Penske

Austin Cindric will forego his normal Discount Tire car for Quaker State and Menards. Ryan Blaney will run Wurth colors, and defending Atlanta winner Joey Logano is back to his typical Pennzoil scheme.

Trackouse Racing

Daniel Suarez will run Quaker State colors for the Quaker State sponsored race. Ross Chastain is back in the Worldwide Express colors, and he ran well at Atlanta in the spring before causing an incident.

Wood Brothers Racing

Dex Imagine is back on Harrison Burton’s car this weekend at Atlanta. He looks to rebound from a 34th place finish at Atlanta in the spring.

There is nothing quite like Sunday night racing at Atlanta. Which of these schemes will light up the track the most?

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