Discussion in 'xfinity Series Paint Schemes' started by ahspencer01, Dec 15, 2016.
Glad to see Justin Allgaier back in the #7. He's what JRM needs.
You're a year behind bud lol.
Well I mean back in the ride for 2017 lmao.
Gotcha lol. Wouldn't have blamed you if you forgot he drove it last year too, him and Regan Smith are basically interchangeable in terms of performance. Kinda look the same too.
He said "back in" but anyway this scheme is decent, pretty similar to what they've run the last 5 years.
That explains Jr.'s car.
Not sure how I feel about the change from silver to aqua on that number...
The number change was a NASCAR request.
Really disappointed with the "plain Jane" scheme approach these sponsors are opting for. A simple gradient could've really livened it up.
But why though? The silver was easy enough to see. Odd that they would have a problem with those numbers but not some of Chase Elliott's numbers. Or the yellow numbers on white that were used on the #15 and #99 Xfinity cars in a couple races last season.
Should have kept the white door numbers. Also the Brandt logos need to be white or have a white/black outline, because the red on green doesn't stand out well at all.
The Breyer's scheme fits the company's branding, and isn't too different from years' past. As others have said, that red-on-green Brandt logo is an eyesore; Brandt really should've considered a white variant instead.
Pretty sure a different number color was requested by NASCAR, just like the Suave scheme.
Looks fantastic with the green numbers.
It would have been had it stayed white. Obviously a white number on an off-white photo of ice cream isn't going to show up the best.
Are you sure? Obviously you wouldn't have white on off-white with no outlines, but I think with the right strokes it would look great. The green isn't bad though.
I think that he's pretty sure, haha. It could probably look alright if it were white with the right strokes like you said, but I think the green works best here out of the choices.
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