UPDATE 1-30-2020: Aric Almirola has given us another look at the Harvick Busch Light Flame car, which is expected to run at Daytona in February. Almirola tweeted the photo as he is in Miami for the Super Bowl.
A photo posted to Instagram of a special paint scheme that Kevin Harvick will use during the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season has surfaced. It appears that Harvick will race a silver Busch Light car with blue flames that run down the sides.
The car will feature #Pit4Busch on the rear quarterpanels.
Based on signage behind the car in the picture, it will be promoting a “Join the [Pit] Crew” promotion, which will award a trip to the Daytona 500 and signed car hoods.
The photo was posted to Instagram by user “thisisseanmac” who is the Sr. Visual Marketing Specialist at LP Creative Studio.
You can see the car behind Busch Beer commercial actor Gerry Downey, Harvick and Mac in the photo.
While unconfirmed, the scheme should be run at Daytona during Speedweeks — unsure if it’ll be for the Busch Clash or the Daytona 500 or both (last year Harvick ran a special #Can2Car Busch scheme during Speedweeks).
The car is expected to be officially unveiled at the NFL Super Bowl this week in Miami, Florida.
Attempts to talk to Stewart-Haas Racing representatives about the scheme and it’s specific scheduled races have gone unanswered at this time.
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