NASCAR: Kyle Busch has a new regular paint scheme

Kyle Busch, Joe Gibbs Racing, NASCAR (Photo by Logan Riely/Getty Images)
Kyle Busch, Joe Gibbs Racing, NASCAR (Photo by Logan Riely/Getty Images) /

Kyle Busch has a new M&M’s paint scheme that he is set to run on a regular basis over the next few months of NASCAR Cup Series action.

M&M’s and Kyle Busch unveiled a brand-new M&M’s Crunchy Cookie paint scheme on Tuesday, a scheme that is set to be featured on Busch’s #18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota Camry on a regular basis for the next three-plus months of the NASCAR Cup Series season.

M&M’s Crunchy Cookie combines two favorite treats, M&M’s and chocolate chip cookies, and features a delicious crunchy cookie center, covered in milk chocolate and wrapped in a colorful candy shell.

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The new flavor gives fans a fun, nostalgic snack to enjoy as the brand’s final season serving as the primary sponsor of Busch’s #18 Toyota starts to heat up.

The scheme is set to make its debut in this Sunday afternoon’s Toyota Owners 400, the 36-race 2022 season’s seventh race, at Richmond Raceway.

Take a look below.

Beyond this Sunday’s race, the scheme is also set to be featured six more times throughout the spring and into the summer months.

It is also set to appear on Busch’s car in the upcoming races at Martinsville Speedway (Saturday, April 9), Bristol Motor Speedway (dirt race, Sunday, April 17), Dover Motor Speedway (Sunday, May 1), Kansas Speedway (Sunday, May 15), Sonoma Raceway (Sunday, June 12) and Atlanta Motor Speedway (Sunday, July 10).

Through the first six races of his 18th season, Busch sits in 11th place in the point standings with a top finish of fourth place at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and two other finishes inside the top seven.

A win at any point in the season’s remaining 30 races would make the two-time champion just the second driver in Cup Series history to win at least one race in 18 straight seasons. Seven-time champion Richard Petty pulled it off from to 1960 to 1977.

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