Paint Scheme Report: Atlanta Motor Speedway

paintschemereportA new season always brings new paint schemes. Many different looks made their debut at Daytona International Speedway last week, and will be back in action this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

The Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 will be a long, grueling race with plenty of different drivers taking their turns at the front of the field. This will allow for plenty of TV time for the cars, and some examination of the new looks. Another crop of neat schemes took to the track on Saturday for the NASCAR XFINITY Series race, and join the Sprint Cup cars on this week’s list.

The first edition of the “Paint Scheme Report” in 2015 includes some of the sport’s biggest stars. See whether or not your favorite driver made this list, and agree or disagree with the rankings. Continue reading “Paint Scheme Report: Atlanta Motor Speedway”

Paint Scheme Report: Phoenix International Raceway

PaintSchemeReportPhoenix International Raceway often produces some of the most exciting races each season. This time around, the Eliminator Round will conclude here, and could make for very intense competition. Teams showed up to the track this weekend with a hunger to succeed, and some neat paint schemes. Some teams are displaying patriotic colors for Veterans Day, while others are displaying unique looks, making for an interesting mix of schemes during the second to last race weekend of the year.

We’ll take a look at a few of the great looking cars and ones that could use a new paint-job in this week’s Paint Scheme Report. Continue reading “Paint Scheme Report: Phoenix International Raceway”

Paint Scheme Report: Charlotte Motor Speedway

PaintSchemeReportA new feature to Turn 4 Racing News, the “Paint Scheme Report” will depict which cars came to the track looking great and which ones did not. This social media driven report will use pictures found on twitter and discuss what’s great or not so great about the different schemes.

The second race weekend of the season at Charlotte Motor Speedway is upon us. It’s a homecoming for most drivers and teams which means the cars are looking their best. In addition, this is the only night race during the Chase for the Sprint Cup and that brings some different looking cars that will shine under the lights this weekend. Continue reading “Paint Scheme Report: Charlotte Motor Speedway”

Paint Scheme Report: Dover International Speedway

PaintSchemeReportA new feature to Turn 4 Racing News, the “Paint Scheme Report” will depict which cars came to the track looking great and which ones did not. This social media driven report will use pictures found on twitter and discuss what’s great or not so great about the different schemes.

The Challenger Round comes to a close this weekend in Dover. With that in mind, drivers on the  bubble will be doing everything in their power to earn a spot in the Contender 12. Fans are in for a wild AAA 400 as all drivers are going to want to be running up front because that’s their best shot at advancing. A unique set of paint schemes are on track this weekend and we have a lot to discuss in this week’s edition of the Paint Scheme Report. Continue reading “Paint Scheme Report: Dover International Speedway”

Paint Scheme Report: New Hampshire Motor Speedway and Kentucky Speedway

PaintSchemeReportA new feature to Turn 4 Racing News, the “Paint Scheme Report” will depict which cars came to the track looking great and which ones did not. This social media driven report will use pictures found on twitter and discuss what’s great or not so great about the different schemes.

Two action-packed tracks are up next on the schedule in New Hampshire Motor Speedway and Kentucky Speedway. Typically, the Paint Scheme Report focuses solely on NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schemes. However, this week, one from the NASCAR Nationwide Series makes the list. The New England market often puts new sponsors on cars during race weekend in New Hampshire and this weekend is no different. Continue reading “Paint Scheme Report: New Hampshire Motor Speedway and Kentucky Speedway”

Paint Scheme Report: Chicagoland Speedway

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A new feature to Turn 4 Racing News, the “Paint Scheme Report” will depict which cars came to the track looking great and which ones did not. This social media driven report will use pictures found on twitter and discuss what’s great or not so great about the different schemes.

This week, NASCAR is in the “Windy City” of Chicago, IL for the opening race in the Challenger Round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup. With a lot on the line for the 16 Chase competitors, they each hope for a good run in order to gain some momentum because that is the key to this season’s championship. Sponsors want their cars looking good this weekend as all eye’s are on Chicaogland Speedway. Many teams brought out their primary paint schemes, but we’ll still take a look at them in this week’s edition of the Paint Scheme Report. Continue reading “Paint Scheme Report: Chicagoland Speedway”

Paint Scheme Report: Richmond International Raceway

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A new feature to Turn 4 Racing News, the “Paint Scheme Report” will depict which cars came to the track looking great and which ones did not. This social media driven report will use pictures found on twitter and discuss what’s great or not so great about the different schemes.

The final regular season race weekend in 2014 brings NASCAR to Richmond International Raceway. Classic short-track racing may not leave the cars looking great following the events, so we’ll talk about them while the paint schemes remain fresh. Racing under the lights always bring out new schemes and much like in Bristol and Atlanta, there is a good amount this weekend. Continue reading “Paint Scheme Report: Richmond International Raceway”