Discussion in 'Sprint Cup Series Paint Schemes' started by Smoke14TS, Oct 5, 2016.
Yeah, those! I didn't even know what they were called. Lol.
I think they should keep the #22 paint scheme on the #22 and just use the new scheme on the #2 car. I like that one the best.
I just saw that blue scheme floating around the internet. It should count as a rumor not something that should be removed
It pretty obviously had the Sprint Cup decals on it, and was fake.
I wouldn't exactly call it fake. It was a car made for Forza and the Miller2Crew Facebook page picked up on it. They had posted it on their page asking which scheme everybody liked better, the white or the blue. So it might not be hitting the track next year. If they took the time to ask about it, it could mean they are thinking about using it at some point.
It doesn't matter. It's been reiterated too many times. This forum is for schemes that will hit the track. It's not for rumors, it's not for your NR2003 schemes, and it's not for your mockups.
The #2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion for Brad Keselowski this season (as seen during a promotional shoot for Team Penske):
Brad Keselowski's firesuit for this season (along with Ryan Blaney's Xfinity firesuit for Discount Tires):
Nice to see Kez still rocking the Adidas boots.
SKF on the car
Really digging that SKF scheme. One of the nicest schemes out there.
SKF will probably be the Shootout car.... (Clash or whatever the hell the name of the race is)
I'm 44... I still call it the Busch Clash.
I'm 15. I call it the Budweiser Shootout. That's what I grew up knowing it as. Even when it was the Sprint Unlimited.
What's that #22 car on the left background?
What's that green thing they put on the sides of the cars?
Please do not tell me they are shades to increment the deepness like we fictionally do with NR2003 templates.
A test car.
Most likely an adhesive to keep the wrap in place while they smooth it out.
Phew, let me take my breath back.
They need to kill the scallops already.
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