It’s Dover time, baby, and the paint schemes are hopping.
Each team put out this weekend’s looks, and we’ll see how much faster it makes these guys.
Tyler Reddick will be going to bat for a well-known charity — Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Front Row Motorsports
Todd Gilliland will be sporting the SpeedyCash look when he gets to Delaware this weekend, while Michael McDowell will drive for A&W.
Nothing too crazy with Hendrick this weekend, though the No. 24 with William Byron will sport the RaptorTough.com scheme.
JTG Daugherty Racing
Two sponsors will be on the No. 47 with Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Kroger and IcyHot will be on board.
Joe Gibbs Racing
One look that Joe Gibbs Racing spotlighted this week in the No. 20 Mac Tools machine, which is driven by Christopher Bell.
A.J. Allmendinger and Justin Haley are ready with their Nutrien No. 16 and Leaf Filter No. 31 machines.
Legacy Motor Club
Noah Gragson (No. 42) and Eric Jones (No. 43) will be rocking the track in the Sunseeker Resort and Allegiant vehicles, respectively.
The No. 6 Wyndham Rewards car will be wheeled by Brad Keselowski, and his teammate Chris Buescher will be rocking it in the No. 17 Fastenal car.
Richard Childress Racing
The Richard Childress racing family will have four cars between the Xfinity and Cup Series races, which include Austin Dillon in the No. 3 and Kyle Busch in the No. 8 (shown below).
The Stewart-Haas stable is ready to go, as you can see in the Twitter slideshow below.
Austin Cindric, Ryan Blaney, and Joey Logano will have pretty similar looks to what they have most of the season.
Daniel Suarez is pretty darned good at Dover, and he will have a slick look there for Trackhouse Racing.
As NASCAR drivers have said previously, when you look good, you race better — and don’t think the drivers don’t care. Oh, they do.