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All the Best Paint Scheme Reveals for Richmond & Road America

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All three series are back in action this weekend at Richmond and Road America. Which paint schemes for this weekend are big winners?

23XI Racing

Tyler Reddick will run an Xfinity scheme this weekend inspired by West Coast Customs.

Front Row Motorsports

Todd Gilliland is back in the SpeedyCash car this weekend. Gilliland finished a solid 15th in the spring race at Richmond after qualifying in 13th.

Michael McDowell will run StageFront.VIP on his car this weekend at Richmond. He had one of his best oval track runs of the season in the spring finishing in sixth.

Zane Smith will run Boot Barn colors this Saturday at Richmond Raceway. He finished ninth at Richmond last fall, and he still has an outside shot at that top seed in the Craftsman Truck Series playoffs heading into the regular season finale.

Hendrick Motorsports

Hendrick Motorsports has Kyle Latson with his typical scheme and Chase Elliott with UniFirst. William Byron will run the Liberty University car, with Alex Bowman running Ally. Richmond was feast or famine for Hendrick in the spring, with Larson winning with Josh Berry, subbing for Chase Elliot, second, and Byron and Bowman penalized following the race for Greenhouse violations.

JTG Daugherty Racing

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will run the Kleenex car this weekend. Stenhouse qualified eighth in the spring, but he finished in 35th, 16 laps down.

Kaulig Racing

Justin Haley has Leaf Filter on his car this weekend with A.J. Allmendinger running Action Industries. Haley finished 29th and Allmendinger 27th in the spring. It was Chandler Smith who finished the best for Kaulig in the spring finishing in 17th.

Niece Motorsports

Bayley Currey with Unishippers, Carson Hocevar with Worldwide Express, and Lawless Alan with Easton will run for Niece Motorsports at Richmond this weekend. Hocevar and Alan are the only two drivers who ran for Niece at Richmond last year with Hocevar finishing in 10th and Alan in 24th.

Legacy Motor Club

Again, points for a turntable reveal by Legacy Motor Club. It’s the typical sunseeker colors for Noah Gragson this weekend and Allegiant for Erik Jones this weekend. Gragson finished last (37th) after crashing in the spring, and Jones finished 31st, two laps down.

RFK Racing

Somewhere in the UFO and alien posts, RFK Racing was able to reveal their paint schemes. Brad Keselowski runs Build, and Chris Buescher runs Fastenal. Keselowski finished 10th in the spring, and Buescher finished 30th in the spring.

Richard Childress Racing

RCR released all four paint schemes for this weekend in both series. Austin Dillon, who finished 25th in the spring, runs Bass pro Shops, and Kyle Busch, who finished 12th in the spring, runs World X Wallet. Sheldon Creed, who finished 27th at Road America last year, runs his normal Whelen scheme, and Austin Hill, who finished fourth last year, runs Bennett on his car this weekend.

Rick Ware Racing

J.J. Yeley will run his typical Patriot Mobile car this weekend at Richmond. He finished in 36th, 17 laps down in the spring after being spun out by Denny Hamlin on a restart.

Stewart-Haas Racing

Kevin Harvick runs the most unique Stewart-Haas Racing scheme this weekend with Rheem on the side of his car. Harvick finished fifth in the spring at Richmond with all other Stewart-Haas Racing drivers finishing outside of the top-10.

Team Penske

Ryan Blaney returns to the Body Armour car this weekend, the same sponsor as his win at Charlotte. Austin Cindric welcomes Jack Links on the hood with Menards as well. Joey Logano ran the best of all Penske cars in the spring, finishing in seventh.

Trackhouse Racing

Ross Chastain runs his typical Worldwide Express colors this weekend at Richmond. He led 16 laps and finished in third in the spring at Richmond.

Daniel Suarez returns to the Jockey colors this weekend at Richmond. He finished 23rd in the spring at Richmond.

Which of these schemes will end up in Victory Lane?

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