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NASCAR: Paint Scheme Preview Oral-B 500 From Atlanta

When the NASCAR Sprint Cup Circuit hits Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend for the Oral-B 500 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. 15 Clint Bowyer (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 15 Clint Bowyer (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

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

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

No. 26 Cole Whitt (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 26 Cole Whitt (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

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

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

No. 51 Justin Allgaier (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 51 Justin Allgaier (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 95 Michael McDowell (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

No. 95 Michael McDowell (Courtesy of NASCAR.com)

 

With only two races left before the start of the chase all of the above drivers are without a win and are still trying to secure their spots in the chase. While things may not be looking good for Whitt, Allgaier and McDowell; things are looking up for Bowyer and Biffle. I do not believe that Bowyer of Biffle will win at Atlanta but strong finishes by both of them will go a long way getting them the needed points to secure their spots in the chase.

Which special paint scheme this weekend is your favorite? Do you believe that any of this paint schemes will find their way into Victory Lane? Be sure to sound-off below and let us know what you think.

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

 

 

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