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Josh Bilicki’s No. 52 Insurance King Ford Bringing Police Presence to The Glen

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While there will be no police vehicles on-track at Watkins Glen next weekend, fans and drivers may do a double-take when they see the No. 52 Ford of Josh Bilicki speeding around the iconic road course.

Insurance King will serve as the primary sponsor for the Wisconsin driver at Watkins Glen, with a brand-new, police-inspired paint scheme promoting the company’s services.

Promoting the “Got Tickets?” campaign, fans can visit Insurance King’s website and review an SR22 Insurance claim for incidents such as multiple tickets within a 12-month span.

The paint scheme came from the creative mind of Orion Biedrzycki, a designer based out of Atlanta, Georgia. Biedrzycki has been behind some Bilicki/Insurance King paint schemes in 2021, including Bilicki’s Lennie Pond throwback for Darlington earlier this season.

“Insurance King wanted to continue their “Got Tickets” campaign, which started back in Atlanta this spring. Just like that previous design, this one replicates the police vehicles of the surrounding area of the track,” Biedrzycki explained to

The paint scheme even has appropriately placed light decals above the windshield and below each headlight for the true authentic police look.

The Atlanta designer also put another police-inspired paint scheme on track last year with the same driver/sponsor duo at Martinsville with Tommy Baldwin Racing.

Insurance King has been a continuous presence on Bilicki’s car in 2021, appearing five times and being on the car during Bilicki’s season-best finish of 23rd at Martinsville.

Fans can see the No. 52 Insurance King Ford hit the track on Sunday, August 8th at 3:00 p.m. EST on NBCSN and the NBC Sports app.

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