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The NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series travels to the Irish Hills of Michigan this weekend. The teams are bringing their best paint schemes for the race closest to the “Motor City”, and here are all of the best.

23XI Racing

In a surprise reveal, Tyler Reddick will run a special paint scheme this weekend with Rocket League as his primary sponsor. Rocket League is a free-to-play multiplayer vehicular soccer video game.

Front Row Motorsports

Michael McDowell is running Martin Transportation Systems this weekend alongside Love’s. McDowell comes into the weekend 18 points above the Playoff cut line.

Todd Gilliland will run Chicago Pneumatic Compressors this weekend at Michigan. McDowell has previously run this sponsor particularly at the Chicago Street Race.

Hendrick Motorsports

Hendrick Motorsports will run largely normal paint schemes with on Kyle Larson’s car, Napa on Chase Elliot’s car, and Liberty University on William Byron’s car. Alex Bowman will run a special Detroit Pistons car with a partnership from Ally.

JTG Daugherty Racing

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will run a Minute Rice paint scheme this weekend. He looks to improve on last year’s Michigan result where he finished 33rd after being involved in an early accident.

Kaulig Racing

A.J. Allmendinger will run Nurient Ag Solutions, and Justin Haley will run LeafFilter this weekend. Allmendinger is looking for his first career top-10 at Michigan while Haley ran 17th there last season for Kaulig.

Live Fast Motorsports

Josh Bilicki is back behind the wheel with Live Fast this weekend with the Zeigler colors. He finished 21st at Michigan last season for Spire Motorsports.

Legacy Motor Club

Legacy Motor Club’s drivers will run their normal paint schemes this weekend. Erik Jones ran well at Michigan last year with an eighth place finish. Gragson ran at Michigan last year for Kaulig Racing, and he finished 30th after an accident.

RFK Racing

Chris Buscher returns to the Castrol Edge car while Brad Keselowski will run Nexlizet this weekend. Michigan is the home race track of Jack Roush, Brad Keselowski, and Ford. This weekend is big for RFK Racing.

Richard Childress Racing

Austin Dillon returns to the Dow scheme this weekend at Michigan, and Kyle Busch will run a Kwik Trip scheme. Busch finished 36th last season at Michigan after a crash, and Dillon finished 13th there last season.

Rick Ware Racing

J.J. Yeley is back behind the wheel of the 15 car this weekend, and he is running Grill Blazer on his car. He finished 35th last season at Michigan after being involved in the lap 25 crash.

Stewart-Haas Racing

Stewart-Haas Racing is back this weekend with the highlight of paint schemes being the Busch Peach car for Kevin Harvick. Harvick is the defending winner at Michigan, and this may be his best chance to get a win in his final season.

Team Penske

Team Penske will run their typical paint schemes this weekend. Roger Penske built and used to own Michigan International Speedway. The race close to the “Motor City” is always big for Penske.


Trackhouse’s drivers are switching sponsors this weekend. Ross Chastain is running Jockey this weekend. He finished 24th after leading 29 laps last season at Michigan.

Daniel Suarez is running the WorldWide Express paint scheme this weekend. He finished 25th after leading 33 laps at Michigan last year.

Which of these paint schemes will end up in Victory lane this weekend? A lot of drivers have had success at Michigan.

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