By David G. Firestone On November 15, 1992, the Sprint Cup changed forever. The event was the Hooters 500. Bill Elliott, Alan Kulwicki, Davey Allison, Kyle Petty, Harry Gant, and Mark Martin were all battling it out for the Championship in what has been called the greatest series finale in NASCAR history. Richard Petty, The […]Read More The End of An Era in NASCAR
By David G. Firestone Brad Keselowski, Jeff Gordon, Clint Bowyer, Marin Truex Jr. all have new paint schemes this week 2015 Toyota Camry–The first Gen 6 redesign comes to the Camry for 2015. The front is sleeker, with a more aggressive nose, and grill area, the tail has been redesigned as well. Jamie McMurray #1 […]Read More Paint Scheme Tracker-January 28, 2015
By David G. Firestone So after watching all 24 hours of The Rolex 24 at Daytona, first off, I’m exhausted, second off, it was a great event! The “Star Car” of Chip Ganassi, a Ford EcoBoost powered Daytona prototype with Scott Dixon, Tony Kannan, Jamie McMurray, and Kyle Larson won the overall event, as well […]Read More My Thoughts On The Rolex 24, The Pro Bowl, and The NHL All-Star Game
By David G. Firestone While we watch the 24 Hours of Daytona, here are the grades for this week. Kyle Busch #18 Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry-Same scheme as last year, same F- grade. Jeff Gordon #24 3M Chevy SS-I was wondering what 3M would do with Gordon’s Chevy, as all of their schemes last year […]Read More Paint Scheme Grades-January 24, 2015
By David G. Firestone Winter sucks. It’s cold, there’s snow on the ground, and the worst part is that there isn’t auto racing…until 2 pm tomorrow! Yes! It’s the Rolex 24 at Daytona. This year’s field will feature 53 teams from around the world. I’m not a fan of Sports Car racing but I’m looking […]Read More The Return of the Racing Season-The Rolex 24 At Daytona is Tomorrow!
By David G. Firestone Jamie McMurray, Kasey Kahne, Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards, Jeff Gordon, Cole Witt, and David Gilliland have had new releases this week, some I covered in Saturday’s grades but some are new. 2015 Toyota Camry–The first Gen 6 redesign comes to the Camry for 2015. The front is sleeker, with […]Read More Paint Scheme Tracker 1-21-2015
By David G. Firestone I normally don’t swear in these articles, I try to keep it family friendly, but since I have to discuss this, I’m gonna drop a few, so be forewarned. I can’t believe that this actually happened, and I need to state my feelings on the subject. On Friday, the NCAA announced […]Read More My Thoughts on the Penn State Revilation
By David G. Firestone A lot of schemes released this week, so let’s get started. Jamie McMurray #1 McDonalds Chevy SS-A new scheme for 2015, this one has a little more side design than last year’s design. I think that it is a decent look, but not as smooth as last year’s design, so I’ll […]Read More Paint Scheme Grades, January 17, 2015
By David Firestone I might have saved this for a My Thoughts On article, but these subjects are just too good. Motor Racing Network recently ran an article discussing how Jeff Gordon picked 24 as his car number. It’s an interesting article, because it shows how attached fans get to car numbers. Because of Cole […]Read More Some Car Number Research
By David G. Firestone I’ve just got a quick one based on some news that broke on Thursday. I’d been wondering what John Force Racing would be running this year. Ford left John Force Racing and the NHRA at the end of the season. There was some debate on who John Force would sign with, […]Read More John Force Racing Announces a New Deal!