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NXS In Another Dimension 2018

Discussion in 'Showroom' started by burtonbraves, Jun 22, 2017.

  1. InsideLine

    InsideLine Hey Man! Careful there's a beverage here!

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    Go to sleep Dale...:)
     
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  2. burtonbraves

    burtonbraves Fictional Extraordinaire

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    What is sleep?

    Next up we have the other one car Chevy team, hailing from Cape Cod, MA. William Molfino drives the #55 Moxie Camaro full time for Moxie Motorsports. The official soft drink of Maine started a Xfinity team a few years ago, and have been building it up slowly to a top 25-30 team. Although the 33 year old isn't the best driver in the field, he usually brings it home in one piece. He's slowly getting better as the years go on, and they hope one day to be competing for top 20s on a regular basis. Last season, the #55 finished 30th in points, with 2 top 5s and 4 top 10s. He finished 90% of the laps as well and is hoping for some more steady consistency this year. So far, he's sitting 32nd in points with a 26.85 average finish. He hopes to get his first top 10 soon as this team continues to power on.

    Moxie will be on the car in every race this year as usual for the #55.
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    The next team we have is a brand new operation, based out of Windsor, Ontario. Bad Fast Racing Group fields 1 full time Chevy, and 1 part time ride for an up and coming star loaned out from another team.

    Joseph Saylor is an 18 year old from Windsor, ON and this team is owned and operated by his family. They have been operating in Canada for years now in various racing series, and this year they've now moved to the Nascar Xfinity Series. Saylor is a strong rookie contender and often is seen racing up in the top 10-15. So far this season, he has 2 top 5s and 3 top 10s. He should have more, but has had a ton of bad luck lately. With multiple finishes in a row outside the top 25, he's hoping he can turn it around before the summer swing kicks in. The rookie still does a great job mixing it up with the leaders though, and is looking forward to improving and being able to compete for top 10s on a regular basis.

    Royal Bank of Canada will be the primary on the #97 Chevy this year, sponsoring 25 races.
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    Mac's Convenience Stores will sponsor 8 races, promoting their Froster frozen beverage on the car.
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    The second driver is possibly the hottest driver in Nascar at the moment. Lyle Dillon is an 18 year old and races full time in the Truck Series for Adrizzmo Motorsports, a satellite team for Cup program Weatherton Motorsports. Dillon in the first 15 races leads the points in dominating fashion, already scoring 9 top 5s, 13 top 10s, and a staggering 5 wins, 4 of which coming in succession. The Monroe, LA kid drives for a Toyota team, and at this rate essentially has a Xfinity seat lined up for next year considering how strong he's been. Only thing is, Weatherton doesn't have a Xfinity team as of yet. So for this season, Weatherton Motorsports has worked out a deal with new Xfinity team BFRG to field Dillon in 8 races this year in preparation for his full time effort next season. He's hoping to prove himself worthy in more than just the Truck Series in his part time schedule. His first race will be at Michigan this weekend.

    His family's company and truck sponsor Dillon Transportation will sponsor the #79 Chevy for 4 races this year.
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    Canadian grocery store chain NoFrills will sponsor the remaining 4 races for the rookie.
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  3. BrendonH12

    BrendonH12 Lover of Jesus! #CarolinaStrong

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    Oh man - RBC! I've always loved that logo. I just always wondered why we North Carolinians have a Royal Bank of Canada all the way down here. lol Great schemes! :)
     
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  4. burtonbraves

    burtonbraves Fictional Extraordinaire

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    Haha that is kind of odd, would have never guessed that one!

    Our next team is Charlotte, NC based Marquee Motorsports. They field 3 Chevy cars and they have an affiliation with Cup team MP Racing.

    First driver for Marquee is 27 year old Chris Wagner. The driver of the #22 is usually pretty solid, but is a little hit and miss when it comes to being able to put together multiple solid runs in a row. Last season he had a very solid year, finishing 9th in points, the highest on his team. He picked up an awesome 3 poles, one win, 4 top 5s and a very solid 16 top 10s. He's hoping to have some more success this season proving he's still able to compete and keep his ride. He's hit some bad luck lately, but still has 3 top 10s so far as well as continuing his qualifying success with 2 poles. He's led over 100 laps as well, the #22 team just has to get over the hump and they will probably start winning some races, or at the very least score some more top 5s.

    Kyocera will return to the #22 Chevy for 25 races this year.
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    The next driver for Marquee is 24 year old Ryan Aberline, from the suburbs of Chicago. Aberline really started to come into his own towards the end of last season, and entered 2018 with a lot of momentum. After being swapped around last year from the #16 to the #61, the Tinley Park kid really started to shine in his new number. Even with the chance to go back to his original #16 this year, he chose to stick with it as it started to bring him some really good luck. Last season, he finished 15th in points, with 1 pole, 4 top 5s, and 8 top 10s, most of which coming in the second half of the season. As I mentioned, Aberline carried a ton of momentum into Daytona and proved it in stunning fashion. He sat on the pole and dominated the first race of the year, en route to his first career win. He was untouchable that day, and the whole Marquee Motorsports team showed up strong at Daytona, putting all 3 of their cars in the top 10. Aberline has continued his solid season so far this year, currently sitting 5th in points. He scored another win at Kansas with a last lap, last corner pass. He also has 4 top 5s and 7 top 10s this year as well as 2 poles. He's hoping to continue to ride his momentum and go for the title this season. He's good friends with MP Racing owner Matt Peyton, and if he keeps up his success and competitiveness, he might just land himself a Cup ride.

    DHL Express returns to the #61 Chevy this season, sponsoring 21 total races.
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    Segpay sponsored the #16 part time effort for Cup driver Matt Peyton last year, but with the barring of full time Cup drivers in the Xfinity Series over the offseason, they have hopped on board the #61 for 8 races this year.
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    Essendant office supplies and distribution will cover the remaining 5 races for the 24 year old this season.
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  5. burtonbraves

    burtonbraves Fictional Extraordinaire

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    The third driver for Marquee is 23 year old Austin Sterling. The #92 driver isn't a bad driver, but he has a lot of bad luck and struggles with running consistent. Last year, he picked up 2 top 5s, and 4 top 10s with a 22nd place finish in the standings. Not great, but not too bad either. He hopes to have a better season this year entering his second full time campaign. So far this season, he's sitting 18th in points with 3 top 10s. Again, not bad, but he really wants to start scoring some better finishes and even get to victory lane at some point, but right now it seems like the #92 is pretty far away from that point. Still, they keep pushing forward and doing their best to score more top 10s and top 15s.

    Deloitte Tax Services returns to the #92 as primary in 27 races this year.
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    Gree Cooling Products will cover the remaining 7 races for the Morgan Hill, CA native this season.
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    And finally, we have our final Chevy team, a 4 car effort from Orlando, FL. Snyder-Martinez Racing is a powerhouse in Cup, and a powerhouse in Xfinity.

    The first driver we have for SMR is 26 year old Todd Kingston. Last season, the driver of the #27 was sponsored by Equifax, but with the issues that company faced last year, they decided it would be for the best to pull out of their sponsorship role to focus on their company at that time. The left this team searching for a sponsor for the Edison, NJ native. The team didn't want to give up on Kingston, as he had a very solid 2017 season. He finished 16th in points, and scored 2 wins and 7 top 10s. Fortunately towards the end of the offseason, they were able to secure enough sponsorship to run the #27 full time again this year.

    The United States Postal Service has signed on with SMR and will sponsor 27 races for the #27.
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    I don't know why I posted this car earlier, but oh well haha. MTF Biologics will be on the #27 for the remaining 7 races.
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  6. burtonbraves

    burtonbraves Fictional Extraordinaire

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    Our next driver is the second full time entry for Snyder-Martinez Racing. 23 year old Marc Kimmel drives the #54 full time, and put on an absolute clinic last season in the Xfinity Series. He came into the season with mild expectations, but surpassed every single one of them before too long. Kimmel did everything but win the title last season, finishing runner up in the standings. He scored 3 poles last year, along with 20 top 5s and 23 top 10s. He also scored an astounding 8 wins last year, and led 20% of the laps. Unfortunately for him, he had 5 DNFs to go along with it. After his stellar season, he's hoping to follow it up strong here in 2018. So far this year, it hasn't gone as according to plan as he'd hoped. He's sitting 9th in points, with only 1 top 5 and 3 top 10s. Even though he has a 14.54 average finish, he's incredibly disappointed thus far. He's hoping to turn it around soon and get back into the win column to vie for the title again.

    Rapid Fired Pizza is very excited to return to the #54 Chevy this year, sponsoring him in 29 races.
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    Heartland Express also hops on board the #54 this season for 5 races.
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    The third driver we have for SMR is a 25 year old from Wheeler, TX. Syndiara Buchanon had a very competitive season last year, and is hoping to continue that going into her 2nd full time campaign. The #75 Chevy scored 3 poles last year, as well as 2 wins, 7 top 5s, and 13 top 10s to finish 13th in points. Most of those stats came in the second half of the year, so she's riding a lot of momentum entering 2018. So far this season, she's 6th in points with 3 top 5s and 10 top 10s. She's had a little bad luck which is why she's not higher in the points, but knows they have the speed and will be competing for wins again soon.

    Borla Exhaust returns to the #75 Chevy this season for a total of 22 races.
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    Gumout Performance Additives will be on the car for 6 races this year.
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    For the remaining 6 races she will have Delsym Cough Relief on the car.
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    burtonbraves Fictional Extraordinaire

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    And finally, we have our last full time entry for SMR and the Xfinity Series, the #65 of Aric Palmer! The 26 year old from Binghamton, NY is a super consistent driver, and might just be a future star if he continues his success. Last year was pretty solid, finishing 12th in points with 5 top 5s and 11 top 10s. Although those stats don't jump off the page at you, the one that does is 0 DNFs. This season has gone much better though for him already, scoring 2 wins, 5 top 5s, and 9 top 10s. Unfortunately he got his first career DNF at Atlanta earlier this year, but 1 DNF in 47 races is pretty solid anyways. The lowest of any driver in the top 3 series. He hopes to continue his hot start and keep impressing his new sponsors all year long.

    The #65 was sponsored by Target full time last year, but they have decided to leave the #65 as primary as they already sponsor the #80 Cup car for SMR. That left the team looking for a new sponsor for the year, but with his consistency, it wasn't too hard. Focus Brands, which owns multiple different restaurant chains across the country will hop on board for every race this year, spreading their 6 different brands across the car.

    Carvel will be on the car for 6 races this year.
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    Auntie Anne's Pretzels will be on board for 6 races this year as well.
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    Moe's Southwest Grill will also be on the #65 for 6 races.
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    Cinnabon will jump on board for 6 races.
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    And lastly, McAlister's Deli and Schlotzsky's Sandwich shop will cover 5 races each for the #65.
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    Well, that's all for now! Sorry for the spam haha, I wanted to finally get these all posted. Hope you like 'em and stay tuned for more! (think retro :p)
     
  8. BrendonH12

    BrendonH12 Lover of Jesus! #CarolinaStrong

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    Hate to keep spamming up your thread, but with so many great schemes (and especially ones sponsored by trucking companies ;)), I've just gotta say something! Awesome work, @burtonbraves!
     
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    burtonbraves Fictional Extraordinaire

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    No worries! Haha and thank you! I love trucking companies and transportation companies in general, which is why I usually have like 4 or 5 different ones in each set haha. Actually doing a few more alternates today/tonight. Here's the first batch!

    Michael F. Chambers in the #29 has signed on another new sponsor, this one for 4 races. Bantam Wesson Energy Services is actually located right in Chambers' hometown of Waterbury, CT, and they like what this guy is doing on the racetrack this year. They are excited to begin this new partnership, and even though its only for a few races, they hope it turns into a partnership they can sustain for a few years at least. Chambers just picked up his 4th top 10 of the year at Michigan today, finishing 6th. He also led 13 laps early on and stayed competitive all race.
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    Emily Lockwood in the #72 will run this Brawny scheme in 5 races this year through her primary sponsor Georgia-Pacific. Lockwood just dropped 5 positions in the standings today after Michigan where she was involved in an incident on pit road which put her 3 laps down to finish 38th.
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    The next 3 schemes are for the #41 of Brody Quade, primary driver for Pepsico Motorsports in the Xfinity Series. Quade just finished 12th in Michigan to move back up to 18th in the standings.

    The #41 will don this Doritos sponsored scheme in 4 races this season.
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    Also running in 4 races this year will be this Pepsi Cherry Vanilla scheme.
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    And lastly, for 2 races this year, Quade will run this Petro Stopping Centers scheme.
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  10. puckhogg11

    puckhogg11 Well-Known Member

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    I get so wrapped up looking at all of the schemes that I forget to hit the "like" button. Great job on all of these.
     
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  11. BrendonH12

    BrendonH12 Lover of Jesus! #CarolinaStrong

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    That's great to hear 'cause now you done gone and made a Petro scheme! Awesome stuff, man! Don't know if you've already made one or not, but now I'm looking forward to a TA scheme! ;)
     
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    burtonbraves Fictional Extraordinaire

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    Thanks guys! I might do a TA scheme for his teammate haha, if I'm feeling up to it :p

    For now though, here are the final 6 cars to be revealed! This includes a couple new part time teams that will be debuting this season!

    First up though, we have the 2 other schemes Chris Wagner in the #22 will be running this year. He will be sponsored by a brewing company from his hometown in 5 races this year. O'Fallon Brewery is excited to begin this foray into Nascar and hopes to continue their partnership with the hometown kid for at least the next couple years. Fun fact, if you go on O'Fallon Brewery's Twitter page, you will see this car! Secondly for Wagner, Holman Enterprises will jump on board for 4 races as well for the #22.
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    Next up we have an 18 year old who will be making his Xfinity debut this season for Snyder-Martinez Racing. Dallas Lambert races for SMR full time in the Rheem Pro Series, as well as part time in the Truck Series. He didn't get off to a hot start in the NRPS, but was still excited for the year as he had already inked a 4 race deal to run a truck. So far this year in Rheem, he has 5 top 10s and sits 11th in points. He made his Truck Series debut at Martinsville in the #80 Chevy, and got the weekend off to a great start, qualifying 3rd. What happened next was shocking. The 18 year old went out and won. His first ever time sitting in a truck, his first time ever racing at Martinsville, and he goes and wins the thing. Not only did he win, he won by nearly 4 seconds and lapped all but 7 trucks. It was easily the highlight of his young career, and possibly his whole life. He signed on for a few more races, upping his slated total to 12. His next race was at Charlotte, only his 4th venture onto a track bigger than a mile. He impressed yet again, starting 7th and finishing 6th, including leading 20 laps. At this point people really started to believe Lambert might be a future star. Although he has good equipment, its rare to see a guy go out and be so successful on his first couple tries. Well, he continued that hot streak into his next truck start, this time at the 1 mile Chicago Motor Speedway. It looked like it was gonna be another solid weekend for Lambert, as he qualified 2nd for the race. Although he fell back a ways on the start, he worked hard throughout the race to make up ground. With about 45 to go, the caution flew and on the restart, he made his move. He took the lead with 39 to go and never looked back, scoring his 2nd career victory in only his 3rd career start. It was at that point the owners of SMR decided they could take the chance and put him in an Xfinity car for a few races. It seemed to strike well with the rookie, as he went out and finished 5th in his next truck start at Bristol. He started 34th but it was a 300 lapper, so he had time to make moves and improve his truck. He even got up to the lead and stayed there for 22 laps. He and his team are hoping the success and good luck stay with him all year long in every series he's attempting. But with 4 top 6 finishes in his first 4 career starts, I think he's proving its a bit more skill than luck.

    For his 5 Xfinity races this year, he will have a few local companies from his hometown sponsor his endeavor. Chili Motors, (a local car dealership), and ULC Transport (a local trucking company) are faithful to the Mayfield, KY kid, and are happy to help in any way possible.
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    Next up, we have a Truck Series competitor looking to break into the Xfinity Series this season, in potential preparation for a full time campaign next year. Ryan Allen is a 24 year old from Minneapolis, MN, and drives for his own team Allen Racing. He runs the #95 full time with help from his mother/father team as well as his devoted sponsors. Although he didn't have the greatest of seasons last year (17th in points, 4 top 5s, 9 top 10s) it was still solid. They realized though the team and resources were stretched too thin, as they were running 2 full time trucks. After closing the 2nd truck over the offseason, they began to focus on this year. So far with the extra attention given to the one truck team, its gone according to plan. He's currently 8th in points after 15 races, with 5 top 10s and an average finish of 15.53. With the program on the rise, they thought it might be an interesting option to try and run a few Xfinity races for a little extra experience. The 24 year old is a good wheelman, he just needs some time to shine. The team is looking to move up in the future anyways, so with the season going well they figured they had nothing to lose, especially with his primary truck sponsor eagerly jumping on board for the races they wanted to run. Right now, Allen Racing is planning to attempt 5 total races in the Xfinity Series, and SlingTV has agreed to help fund the new program as much as needed. Making his debut in the coming weeks, Ryan Allen is looking forward to trying his hand in the next step in Nascar.
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    And lastly for this update, we have another one car team, this one fielding a Toyota out of Phoenix, AZ. Lesterman Racing is a fairly new team as a whole, they've only attempted one Nascar sanctioned race, this year's Daytona 500. They brought the #00 Toyota to Daytona in hopes of making the race and kicking off their part time season on the right foot. The good news was, they made the race, and had top 20 speed to compete for a solid finish. They started the race in 21st and they even were able to lead 2 laps in the Great American Race. It was a massive moment for this brand new team, and their driver. 33 year old Bryan Tyler, who was making his first Nascar start in nearly 5 years. He had raced at Daytona before, finishing top 5 in a couple Arca events with an underfunded team. It was honestly a dream come true for everyone involved just to be able to be at the track, let alone be leading the Daytona 500. Even if it was just 2 laps, they'll never forget it. Unfortunately for this team though, they were running in about 18th place when the first accident of the race happened. They had nowhere to go and got caught up in it on lap 49, totaling their primary car. From such highs to such lows, this team was planning to attempt the first Phoenix race as well, but chose to withdraw to focus on rebuilding the team and prepping the car for the next Daytona race. Approaching the midpoint in the season, team owner Steve Lesterman called up their driver Bryan Tyler, who had been doing what he could to stay at the track, doing odd jobs for random teams. He asked Tyler if he was interested in running some Xfinity events. The 33 year old couldn't contain his excitement, and answered with a huge "YES" before the question was even finished. Tyler is an incredibly talented driver, he's just never had an opportunity to show what he's got for more than a couple races at a time. Lesterman Racing have purchased a few Xfinity cars and are leasing solid engines. They are planning to show up for 12 total races this year, and hope to run for the title next season. We'll have to see what happens this year though. They are still tweaking and building the cars, but they plan to be at the track within the next 2 or 3 weeks.

    The Phoenix based team will run the #08 Toyota this season, and has even secured sponsorship for the 12 races they plan to run. Sullivan Palatek Air Compressors, primary sponsor for their Daytona 500 car, will jump on board for 8 races this season.
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    For the other 4 races, they will have national used car retailer DriveTime on their #08 Camry this season.
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    That's all for now! Thanks for looking! :)
     
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  13. Cutch22

    Cutch22 Learning the Ropes

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    Quick question, did you leave a dirt layer on the Moe's car? Also, I do see a lot of trucking companies on here, although I do feel a little bit left out that you missed the one I work for :p
     
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    MDLDesigns Fictional Paint Extraordinaire

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    As usual some beautiful cars in here. by the way I noticed that you did a similar thing with that WYNNs scheme to one of my personal rides which i love the look of. great minds paint alike I guess lol! Wynn1.jpg
     
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    burtonbraves Fictional Extraordinaire

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    I love that Wynn's car, the colors are so nice to work with! And @Cutch22 which one is that? haha

    Also...time for the next updates! Throwbacks for the Xfinity Series are here!

    First up we have Wade Raines throwing it back 2003 with this truck scheme on the #4.
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    Next is Colby Macintosh, throwing it back to 2002 with his #12 Ford.
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    Mark Callen and the Mtn Dew team will head back to 2005 for this one.
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    Josh Volsing in the #19 will also run a variation of this throwback truck scheme from 1997 on his Chevy.
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    His teammate in the #20 will throw it back to 2004 with a familiar looking scheme.
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    burtonbraves Fictional Extraordinaire

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    Chris Wagner in the #22 will run this scheme from 1977 on his Kyocera Chevy.
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    Oscar Sierra may not have sponsorship, but that doesn't stop him from joining the fun, running this classic scheme from 2001.
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    Todd Kingston and the #27 team will run this USPS scheme from 2002 on his Chevy this year.
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    Michael F. Chambers will also run a throwback in his rookie campaign, albeit with some different colors. You might recognize this basic scheme from 2001 as well.
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    The #35 Miller Lite team will throw it back to one of their favorite all time schemes from 1996 for Darryl Mayhew.
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    burtonbraves Fictional Extraordinaire

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    Brody Quade will round out the Pepsico Motorsports throwback weekend with their scheme from 1983.
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    The #45 of Shawn Knight will run this 2005 scheme on his Domino's Dodge.
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    Kip Richardson and the #49 Pemex team for Tornado Motorsports will run a BAM Racing throwback for the second year in a row, this one from 2001.
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    The #55 of William Molfino will run a scheme similar to this one from 1984 on his Moxie Camaro.
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    Here's the #61 DHL Chevy of Ryan Aberline, throwing it back to this scheme from 1999.
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    burtonbraves Fictional Extraordinaire

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    burtonbraves Fictional Extraordinaire

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    Chris Sandalsky will celebrate his new primary sponsorship with Home Depot by running this iconic scheme from 1999 on his #87 Toyota.
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    Austin Sterling and the #92 bunch will throw it back to another early 2000s scheme, this one from 2001 for his Deliotte Camaro.
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    The FedEx sponsored #96 of Deon Palmer will run this scheme inspired by their old logo and color scheme from the 1970s.
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    And lastly, the #97 of Joseph Saylor will run this NoFrills sponsored throwback scheme from 1983 on his Chevy.
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    Sorry for the spam! I just wanted to get these posted before I went on vacation (leaving for about 2 weeks). Thanks for looking!
     
  20. InsideLine

    InsideLine Hey Man! Careful there's a beverage here!

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    Have a great much-needed break Dale. Enjoy your time off. ;)
     
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