Schluter Systems moves to GO FAS Racing with Corey LaJoie in 2019.
By Toby Christie (Follow on Twitter @Toby_Christie) Ryan Preece’s story book journey gained another chapter in 2018 as the 28-year-old drove nearly half the NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule for powerhouse … Continue Reading Review / Preview: Ryan Preece
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By Toby Christie (Follow on Twitter @Toby_Christie) Corey LaJoie should be regarded as one of the most talented up-and-coming drivers in NASCAR. He won an impressive five races in the … Continue Reading Review / Preview: Corey LaJoie
Here is Austin Dillon’s No. 3 Dow Chemicals paint scheme for 2019.
Llumar Window Film is back on the No. 88 car again in 2019.
Valvoline is back as a primary sponsor for Alex Bowman in 2019.
The Axalta paint scheme for Alex Bowman looks the same for 2019.
Not many changes to the NAPA Auto Parts paint scheme for Chase Elliott in 2019. Photo by: Lionel NASCAR
DeWalt returns as a sponsor of Erik Jones and the No. 20 team in 2019. Photo by: Lionel NASCAR
Long-time partners Motorcraft / Quick Lane return to sponsor the Wood Brothers and Paul Menard in 2019. Photo by: Lionel NASCAR
Axalta returns with their iconic flame paint scheme for William Byron’s sophomore season. Photo by: Lionel NASCAR
The 2018 Monster Energy Cup Series Champion sees little change to his Shell / Pennzoil scheme in 2019. Photo by: Lionel NASCAR
One of the best paint schemes of 2018 returns in 2019.
Hertz is back again for William Byron’s sophomore season.
Skittles will once again return to be on the No. 18 car in select races in 2019.