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NASCAR: Sneak Peek At FedEx 400 Paint Schemes


When the NASCAR Sprint Cup Circuit hits Dover International Raceway this weekend for the FedEx 400, several drivers will be sporting unique paint schemes. When your driver runs a different paint scheme it tends to make the race that much more exciting. For the drivers running different schemes are also important because they obviously want to win for whatever sponsor or cause they are running the different scheme for.

Here is a special peek at this weeks schemes.

No. 14 Tony Stewart (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 14 Tony Stewart (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 18 Kyle Busch (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 18 Kyle Busch (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 34 David Ragan (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 34 David Ragan (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 38 David Gilliland (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 38 David Gilliland (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 42 Kyle Larson (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 42 Kyle Larson (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 47 AJ Allmendinger (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 47 AJ Allmendinger (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

There aren’t nearly as many special schemes this week as there were last week. With that being said, if one of these schemes is going to find its way to Victory Lane it would most likely be Kyle Busch or possibly Tony Stewart. For Busch another win would simply lockup his spot in the chase whereas a win for Stewart would help turn around a disappointing 2014 season thus far.

Which of this weeks unique paint schemes is your favorite? Do you think that one of these special schemes in find its way to Victory Lane? Be sure to keep checking back with Beyond the Flag for all of the needed information to prepare for this weekends race. Share your thoughts below in the comments section or tweet us!

Christopher Olmstead is the Editor of BeyondTheFlag.com on the FanSided Network. Follow us on Twitter @Beyond_The_Flag and “Like” us on Facebook.

Tags: AJ Allmendinger David Gilliland David Ragan Kyle Busch Kyle Larson NASCAR Tony Stewart