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All the Best Paint Scheme Reveals for North Wilkesboro Speedway

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With NASCAR returning to North Wilkesboro this weekend for the All Star Race, teams are releasing their paint schemes for the weekend. Some teams got especially creative with their schemes.

23XI Racing

Bubba Wallace is running what they call a “Retro Themed” scheme. Appropriate for North Wilkesboro. Wallace is locked into the All Star Race via his win at Kansas last fall.

Tyler Reddick Will run his typical Monster Energy scheme this weekend. Reddick is locked into the All Star Race via his three wins in 2022.

Front Row Motorsports

Michael McDowell is employing a creative strategy to get fan votes to get into the main event on Sunday. He will run a throwback car honoring Mark Martin’s Folgers scheme from the early 1990s.

Todd Gilliland will rock Boot Barn colors for North Wilkesboro. Gilliland is not locked into the main event, and will have to race his way in via the Open race or the fan vote.

Hendrick Motorsports

Hendrick Motorsports will return to their more traditional schemes for this weekend at Martinsville. Kyle Larson for HendrickCars.Com, Chase Elliot for Napa, William Byron for Liberty University, and Josh Berry for Ally. Berry is the only Hendrick driver not locked into the main event.

JTG Daugherty Racing

Ricky Stenhouse Jr will run a special Coca-Cola Zero Sugar scheme this Sunday. Not quite a throwback, but has a retro type look to it. Stenhouse is locked into the All Star Race via his win in the 2023 Daytona 500.

Kaulig Racing

All three Kaulig cars will sport their typical colors on Sunday. All three drivers are not locked into the main event. Chandler Smith, a full-time Xfinity Series driver will run this weekend as a part of a part-time Cup Schedule in the 13 car.

Legacy Motor Club

Erik Jones will appropriately sport the familiar STP Petty Blue and Dayglow Orange. Jones is locked into the All Star Race thanks to his win at Darlington last fall. Noah Gragson will run Sunseeker colors, and he will have to race his way into the race on Sunday.

RFK Racing

RFK Racing will run a slightly different white Fastenal car for Chris Buescher this weekend, while Brad Keselowski will run the Nexlizet scheme. Buescher is locked into the All Star Race while Keselowski is not.

Richard Childress Racing

Austin Dillon will run Breztri this weekend while Kyle Busch will run Thorntons. Both drivers are locked into the main show via their wins last season.

Corey LaJoie

Corey LaJoie will run the Schluter Systems scheme this weekend. LaJoie is not locked into the All Star Race. His father did run one Cup race at North Wilkesboro in 1995, finishing 23rd.

Stewart-Haas Racing

The most notable of the four Stewart-Haas cars is Kevin Harvick bringing back his iconic rookie season paint scheme complete with the 29 on the side. Every other driver will run their typical schemes with Chase Briscoe running High Point, Aris Almirola running Smithfield, and Ryan Preece running the Haas car. Harvick and Briscoe are locked into the field via their wins last season, while Almirola and Preece have to race their way in.

Wood Brothers

Harrison Burton will run the iconic red and white Motorcraft scheme this weekend. The Wood Brothers have won twice at North Wilkesboro with Marvin Panch in 1963 and 1964. Burton is not locked into the main show.

It will be interesting to see which of these paint schemes get to run in the All Star Race this Sunday. It’s even cool to see how a few teams are running some fun throwback-type schemes this weekend.

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