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All the Best Paint Scheme Reveals for NASCAR at Pocono

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Teams are bringing nothing but their best paint schemes to the Pocono Mountains this weekend. For the Cup Series only visit to the track, could we expect anything less? Here are all of the paint scheme reveals for this weekend’s race at Pocono Raceway.

23XI Racing

For Michael Jordan’s Race team, of course they would make a paint scheme inspired by a shoe design. This scheme is based on the Air Jordan 2 “H” WINGS from 1987.

Front Row Motorsports

Michael McDowell will run a brand new paint scheme from the company Benebone this weekend at Pocono. Benebone is a brand of dog chew toys.

Todd Gilliland returns to his SpeedyCash colors for this weekend’s race at Pocono. With that, there is also a contest to win some Todd Gilliland merchandise.

Hendrick Motorsports

Hendrick Motorsports will run most of their typical sponsors this weekend, but Alex Bowman will run a unique Ally car. He will also have Best Friends Animal Society, a non-profit organization on the car along with Ally this weekend.

JTG Daugherty Racing

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will run a paint scheme with Blue Buffalo as his primary sponsor this weekend, and it even incorporates his dog, Ruby. Blue Buffalo is a dog food company that is a subsidiary of General Mills.

Kaulig Racing

A.J. Allmendinger will run an white, black, and gold Action Industries paint scheme at Pocono. Justin Haley runs his typically Lead Filter colors for this weekend.

Live Fast Motorsports

Live Fast Motorsports will run Blaster Products this weekend at Pocono. This scheme was last run at Atlanta to a 20th place finish.

Legacy Motor Club

Legacy Motor Club added a turntable gif for this paint scheme reveal, which gets points from me. Noah Gragson is running Sunseeker Resort. Erik Jones is running the U.S. Air Force as his primary sponsor.

RFK Racing

It’s a new wallpaper for RFK Racing this weekend. Brad Keselowski will run his King’s Hawaiian car, and Chris Buescher will run the Wyndham Rewards car. Yes, the chrome numbers are back.

Richard Childress Racing

Breztri returns to sponsor Austin Dillon this weekend at Pocono. Kyle Busch will run his Lenovo number eight car this weekend. Busch is also pulling double duty by running in the Truck Series this weekend.

Rick Ware Racing

J.J. Yeley returns to the Rick Ware Racing team this weekend. Patriot Mobile is the sponsor for the 15 car.

Corey LaJoie

Corey LaJoie will debut a new scheme this weekend from TD Bank. They just recently signed a deal to sponsor LaJoie and Spire Motorsports.

Stewart-Haas Racing

Stewart-Haas Racing will run some unique schemes this weekend. The Busch Peach car for Kevin Harvick and the High Point.com car for Chase Briscoe. Aric Almirola will run a Ford car this weekend, a departure from the Smithfield colors, while Ryan Preece will run a white Mowhawk car.

Penske Racing

The Roger Penske cars will divert from their typical schemes this weekend. Ryan Blaney will run an Advance Auto Parts Scheme while Joey Logano will run Verizon.

Trackhouse Racing

Ross Chastain will return his Worldwide Express paint scheme this weekend. This is the same scheme he ran at Pocono last season.

Daniel Suarez will be running an American flag paint scheme this weekend. The typical colors of his Jockey sponsorship.

Wood Brothers Racing

Dex Imagine returns to the car for Harrison Burton this weekend at Pocono. Burton last ran this scheme at Atlanta. He started fifth in that race before finishing in 28th.

Which of these paint schemes will end up in Victory Lane on Sunday? Will it be a familiar one or a new one?

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