Possibly one of the most beautiful paint schemes of all-time will be back for one race in 2019. Brad Keselowski will run Rusty Wallace’s iconic 1996 Miller Genuine Draft /Lite splash car, Team Penske announced via Twitter on Monday.
It’s black base scheme with red and blue splashes running down the sides of the car.
— Team Penske (@Team_Penske) August 19, 2019
During the 1996 campaign, Wallace won an impressive five races with the scheme. Wallace also scored eight top-five finishes, 18 top-10s and he finished seventh in the year-end point standings.
1996 marked the final year of Miller Genuine Draft as the primary sponsor on the No. 2 car, as in 1997 Miller opted to brand the car in their Miller Lite colors. Thus the blue deuce was born.
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