With Gateway coming up this weekend, teams are beginning to reveal their paint schemes for the weekend. With the last few weeks featuring some unique paint schemes, this weekend, teams and drivers are making their return to their traditional colors.
Front Row Motorsports
Todd Gilliland will run the Serial Cycles Ford this weekend at Gateway.
Traditional schemes across the board for Hendrick Motorsports this weekend despite the driver change from Chase Elliot to Corey LaJoie.
Joe Gibbs Racing
Christopher Bell will have a slightly different look this weekend with added sponsorship from Construction Technology.
JTG Daugherty Racing
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will be running a NOS scheme this weekend.
It’s the traditional green and white Kaulig colors for Justin Haley and AJ Allmendinger this weekend.
Legacy Motor Club
While Noah Gragson will run his typical Sunseeker scheme this weekend, Erik Jones will bring a new sponsor in Bommarito Automotive Group this weekend.
If you want to meet RFK Racing in St Louis, just look for the bright orange Keselowski Kings Hawaiian car and the blue Chris Buescher Fastenal car.
Richard Childress Racing
Kyle Busch and Austin Dillon will run typical colors this weekend with Dillon running Get Bioethanol and Busch running 3CHI colors.
Rick Ware Racing
Gray Gaulding will run Panini rainbow colors this weekend at Gateway. A departure from their normal scheme.
Stewart-Haas racing has all four of their drivers running traditional colors this weekend. Kevin Harvick will run Busch, and Aric Almirola will run Smithfield. Chase Briscoe will run Ford Performance and Ryan Preece will run Haas-CNC colors.
Wood Brothers Racing
It’s back to the traditional Motorcraft colors for Harrison Burton and the Wood Brothers this weekend at Gateway.
While the last few weekends have had some incredible paint schemes, it is nice to see teams going back to traditional colors for this weekend. It should be fun and make it easier to point out drivers on the track.