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NASCAR: Sneak Peek At Quaker State 400 Paint Schemes

When the NASCAR Sprint Cup Circuit hits Kentucky Speedway this weekend for the Quaker State 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.

Jamie McMurray (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 1 Jamie McMurray (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

Austin Dillon (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 3 Austin Dillon (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

Greg Biffle (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 16 Greg Biffle (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

Landon Cassill (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 40 Landon Cassill (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 78 Martin Truex Jr. (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 78 Martin Truex Jr. (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 99 Carl Edwards (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 99 Carl Edwards (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

When it comes to a special paint scheme ending up in pit road on Saturday night, one might have to think that the No. 99 of Carl Edwards is the best shot. Edwards is coming off of a big win last week in Sonoma (his second win of the year) and has a lot of momentum heading into Kentucky. Edwards current teammate Greg Biffle will also be hungry for a win as he is running out of time to secure his spot in the 2014 chase. Jamie McMurray also ran well last weekend in Sonoma. McMurray and the No. 1 team have looked a lot better since All-Star weekend but that has yet to transfer into a win.

Be sure to check out all of the race action on Saturday right here on Beyond The Flag as we will be providing live in-race coverage of the event.

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