Discussion in 'Monster Energy Series Paint Schemes' started by ahspencer01, Sep 26, 2016.
My guess is no one, unless Rheem sponsor the car for a few races.
Not dumb. It financially makes sense. It's a B2B sponsorship now. You know, how Glad or Clorox shows up on Kyle Larson's car? It's actually just an agreement between Target and those brands.
That's actually how Cheerios was sponsoring Ty Dillon when he would run Daytona in the #33. Kroger would actually be the sponsor, but they would have Cheerios on the car in an agreement with General Mills. They did the same when Elliott Sadler drove the #33 at Daytona in 2012.
Maybe dumb was a poor choice, just a bit bummed he's losing sponsorship
A closer look at the #3 DOW/Quikrete Chevy SS for Austin Dillon this week at Atlanta (also serves as a promotional plug for Quikrete):
Painful being a fan of his when this paint scheme is so awful
Well.... this is about 100X more dynamic than the typical Lucas scheme, so... that's good.
That one isn't used that often. Only really when it's Bobby Gerhart
There's a little something called being cost-effective. lol
Much better than the Dow scheme, should replace it
Thanks for stealing my sponsor Austin
They do have nice schemes in drag racing, etc - but they even ran a plain white car in the Indy 500. It has been pretty bare at times. http://openwheel33.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/car-55-500.jpg
Love it, nothing wrong with a simple scheme.
Damn that's a great looking scheme
That looks damn good! @Phoenix did you do this?
I think it's pretty cool, I like it!
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