This weekend at Sonoma is the last race before the off-week. That means one more race this week, and one more paint scheme scheme reveal.
Bubba Wallace will run a special Doordash promotion scheme on Sunday. He will run a light greenish/blueish car that will promote the Summer of DashPass.
Front Row Motorsports
Zane Smith is back this weekend running blue and white Wellcare colors.
Michael McDowell is running his typical Love’s paint scheme this weekend.
Rick Hendrick will have all of his drivers back and healthy this weekend at Sonoma. Chase Elliott will run his typical Napa colors, and Alex Bowman will run his typical Ally colors. Kyle Larson will run his red and white Valvoline colors, and William Byron will return to his Raptor colors.
JTG Daugherty Racing
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will run a joint sponsorship from Cottonelle and Kroger primary blue.
Kaulig will run some unique schemes this weekend. Appropriate for “Wine Country,” A.J. Allmendinger will run the wine glass maker, Gabrial-Glas’, colors. Justin Haley will run a Cirkul flavored water scheme appropriately fruit themed.
Legacy Motor Club
Legacy Motor Club will run typical schemes this weekend. Noah Gragson will run Sunseeker colors, and Erik Jones will run an Allegiant scheme.
Brad Keselowski will be in his Kings Hawaiian scheme while Chris Buescher will run 5/3 Bank colors this weekend.
Richard Childress Racing
Austin Dillon will run Breztri colors, and Kyle Busch will run his McLaren paint scheme this weekend at Sonoma.
Rick Ware Racing
With Andy Lally returning to NASCAR this weekend, he will run a Camping World scheme for the Sonoma race weekend.
Todd Gilliland will run Serial E-Bikes colors this weekend at Sonoma.
Corey LaJoie will run his typical car and sponsor again this weekend after a one-off for Hendrick Motorsports. LaJoie will run his white and orange Schluter car this weekend.
Ty Dillon will run a Nations Guard scheme this weekend for Spire Motorsports.
For Kevin Harvick’s last race in his home state, he will run Mobil1 colors this weekend. Chase Briscoe will run his typical Ford Performance scheme, and Aric Almirola will run his typical Smithfield colors. Ryan Preece will run a newer scheme with Autodesk sponsorship this weekend.
Wood Brothers Racing
Harrison Burton will go to a Dex Imaging scheme for this weekend’s race at Sonoma.
Which of these schemes will find their way to victory lane this weekend?