Frequent primary sponsor of the #22 Mustang for Joey Logano and Team Penske, Pennzoil, revealed their new 2023 paint scheme from the spring Las Vegas race, returning to the retro yellow and black look reminiscent of Steve Park from his DEI days.
Team Penske confirmed as much on Twitter as they tweeted the paint schemes of all three of their entries for this weekend. Notice that Penzoil, primary sponsor of the race, is doubling up, lending their brand to the hood of the number 12 Menards Mustang of Ryan Blaney.
Rheem reunites with SHR and Kevin Harvick to sponsor The Closer at his next-to-last start at the Nevada track. #4EVER
Stewart-Haas Racing also unveiled their full lineup for Sunday’s race, sporting the usual red, black, and white colors synonymous with their cars.
“Bad” Brad Keselowski unveiled his gray and blue Fastenal Mustang for Vegas via the RFK Racing Twitter account.
Richard Childress Racing
As with last week, RCR Tweeted out phone wallpapers featuring the paint schemes their drivers will sport this weekend. Will Kyle Busch’s new Alsco scheme generate the same good fortunes Lucus Oil did last week at Fontana for his home track?
South Point returns to NASCAR this weekend, sponsoring the number 11 Camero for 2021 Xfinity Series Champion Daniel Hemric and Kaulig Racing.
At his home track of Las Vegas, Rowdy unretires, driving this LA Golf Camero for Kaulig Racing. Can he continue his dominance, this time in a Chevy?
Bubba Wallace is going all in with his slick black and blue No. 23 Camry.
JTG Daugherty Racing
2023 Daytona 500 Champ, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., will sport the Coca-Cola Zero black and red colors this weekend at the Vegas Strip.
Alpha Prime Racing
Alpha Prime Racing revealed their lineup for this Saturday’s race. They’re ready to ROLL THE DICE!
Toyota’s latest asset, TRICON Garage revealed the four trucks their drivers will be sporting at the Nevada intermediate.
The No. 1 for TRICON will be steered by Xfinity regular, Kaz Grala.
Spenser Boyd unleashed his No. 12 Nor-Cal Equipment Rentals Silverado for Vegas on Twitter.
Meanwhile, teammate, Kris Wright, also took to Twitter to let his followers know what his No. 02 Chevy will look like this weekend.
Bill McAnally Racing
Finally, Bill McAnally Racing announced their driver, Jake Garcia’s No. 35 Quanta Services ride for this weekend. The BMR Chevy was driven by Chase Elliott at Daytona where he finished in the tenth position.
There are a lot of good-looking rides heading towards the Las Vegas strip this weekend. The only question now is…which one will get lucky?