With throwback weekend at Darlington coming up next week, some may think that teams would forget to reveal schemes for Kansas. Oh no. Teams still went all-out for their paint schemes for this weekend’s AdventHealth 400.
23XI took to iRacing to reveal Tyler Reddick’s McDonald’s scheme for this weekend. Reddick had two front row starts at Kansas last season. Will Reddick continue to race up front this weekend?
The winner the last time the Cup Series rolled into Kansas, Bubba Wallace, will fly Dr. Pepper Zero Sugar colors this week. After a tough stretch at Kansas to start his career, Wallace has put together two straight top ten finishes at the track including the win last fall.
Front Row Motorsports
It’s the traditional Love’s colors for Michael McDowell this weekend at Kansas. McDowell is still looking for his first career top ten at the track with a current best career finish of 13th.
Easy to point out on the track, Todd Gilliland will drive the SpeedyCash car this coming weekend at Kansas. In two starts at the track, Gilliland finished 23rd and 25th respectively.
Hendrick teams will sport fairly traditional schemes for this weekend at Kansas. Kansas is a track that Hendrick has experienced tremendous success at since winning the inaugural race in 2001. Hendrick has eight wins as an organization at the track since it opened in 2001.
Joe Gibbs Racing
Martin Truex Jr will look to go back to back this weekend driving the Reser’s Fine Foods Toyota. Truex has the fourth best average finish amongst active drivers at Kansas with two career wins.
It will be Action Industries and Celsius adorning the Kaulig Racing cars this weekend at Kansas. Kaulig has a best finish at Kansas of 19th with Justin Haley last fall.
Legacy Motor Club
Noah Gragson carries Sunseeker colors, and Eric Jones has Allegiant riding with him at Kansas this weekend. Jones had a streak of five straight finishes of seventh or better at the track while with JGR from 2018-2020.
Brad Keselowski will drive a special scheme on Sunday promoting Guardians of the Galaxy Volume Three. Body Guard and Fastenal will adorn the side of Chris Buescher’s car. Keselowski has two career wins at Kansas including his second career win in 2011.
Both of these cars look to do the opposite of the MCU this phase and please the fans at Kansas.
Richard Childress Racing
RCR celebrated Wrap Wednesday with Austin Dillon rocking BetMGM colors and Kyle Busch sporting Cheddar’s. Once thought to be Busch’s worst track, he has found his footing there recently with two wins at the track. Dillon has an average finish of 16.2 at the track with five top tens.
All fairly typical colors for the Stewart-Haas Racing quartet with Harvick paying some homage to Midwest farming. Harvick is by far the most successful current Cup Series driver at Kansas with an average finish of 9.9 and three wins.
Penske is flying their usual colors this weekend at Kansas. Logano is one of three current drivers with three career wins at the track, which accounts for over half of the five wins Penske has had at the track overall.
Wood Brothers Racing
If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it. The red and white Wood Brothers scheme is nothing short of iconic. Burton looks to improve on a best finish of 21st at Kansas last fall.
These are some of the schemes that are going to hit the track this weekend. Which one will come out on top this weekned?