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All the Best Paint Schemes for Watkins Glen

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NASCAR returns to the Finger Lakes region this weekend, and teams are bringing their best paint schemes for the weekend. Who has some of the best paint schemes for the weekend?

Front Row Motorsports

Todd Gilliland has Serial 1 Cycles on his car this weekend at Watkins Glen. Gilliland is the teammate of Indianapolis winner, Michael McDowell.

It’s back to the traditional Love’s car for Michael McDowell this weekend. He is looking for his second consecutive win after clinching a Playoff spot with a win at Indianapolis.

Hendrick Motorsports

Everyone in the Hendrick camp is running their typical paint scheme this weekend at Watkins Glen. Chase Elliott is looking to better his second-place finish he got at Indianapolis last week.

Joe Gibbs Racing

Christopher Bell is running a special Dewalt Concrete paint scheme this weekend at Watkins Glen. Bell won his first career race on a road course at Daytona in 2021.

Martin Truex Jr., a former winner at Watkins Glen runs the Siemens car this weekend. His last win at the track came in 2017.

JTG Daugherty Racing

None other than Eggo is on Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s car for this weekend at Watkins Glen. It is the first time JTG Daugherty has run Eggo on the car this weekend and comes at the site of JTG Daugherty’s first NASCAR win.

Kaulig Racing

It is Celius on the car for A.J. Allmendinger with Leaf Filter on the car for Justin Haley this weekend. Allmendinger won his first career race at Watkins Glen back in 2014.

Live Fast Motorsports

Josh Bilicki will drive Zeigler once again this weekend at Watkins Glen.

Legacy Motor Club

Mike Rockenfeller returns for one more race this weekend at Watkins Glen with the Sunseeker Resort paint scheme. Erik Jones returns to the Allegiant colors.

RFK Racing

Brad Keselowski will return to the BuildSubmarines.com car this weekend in Watkins Glen, and Chris Buescher returns to Fastenal. Keselowski has three straight second-place finishes at the track between 2011 and 2013.

Richard Childress Racing

It’s a couple of new paint schemes this weekend with Okuma on Austin Dillon’s car and Mark III on Kyle Busch. Busch won at Watkins Glen in 2008 and 2013.

Rick Ware Racing

Andy Lally returns to Rick Ware Racing this weekend, but this time he runs the #15 car instead of the 51 car. The #15 car is currently slightly higher in owner points than the #51 car.

Stewart-Haas Racing

The most notable paint scheme from Stewart-Haas is GoBowling.com on the hood of Aric Almirola’s car. GoBowling.com is the sponsor of the race. It is also Kevin Harvick’s last race at Watkins Glen, where he won back in 2006.

Team Penske

Austin Cindric returns to the orange Autotrader car this weekend at Watkins Glen. Ryan Blaney and Joey Logano return to their typical Menards and Pennzoil paint schemes.

Ross Chastain

Ross Chastain has the Moose Fraternity on his car this weekend at Watkins Glen. He has yet to record a top-10 at Watkins Glen in his career.

Trackhouse gave us the eye candy of the Freeway Insurance car for Daniel Suarez this weekend at Watkins Glen. Suarez was in contention to win last week at Indianapolis before pit road problems.

Wood Brothers Racing

Dex Imagine returns for Harrison Burton this weekend at Watkins Glen. Burton finished 28th at Watkins Glen one year ago.

Which of these paint schemes will end up in victory lane this weekend?

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