By David G. Firestone
Quin Houff #00 Mount-N-Lock Chevy Camaro-I really like the mountain motif here, and the gray-scale color scheme works well. This gets an A in my book.
Kevin Harvick #4 Jimmy Johns Ford Mustang-Same scheme as last year, same A- grade.
Tyler Reddick #8 ALSCO Uniforms Chevy Camaro-This is a great look, especially when compared to last year’s scheme. This gets an A.
Ryan Blaney #12 Menard’s/Richmond Ford Mustang-Same scheme as last year, same A grade.
James Davison #15 Smart Sanitizer Chevy Camaro-My only complaint is that the designs on the blue are pointless. Other than that, this is a solid scheme. A
Chris Buescher #17 Roush Performance Stage 3 Ford Mustang-Same scheme as last year, same A grade.
Kyle Busch #18 Stanley Toyota Camry-Same scheme as #20, same A grade.
Bubba Wallace #23 McDonalds Toyota Camry-I think the white is bad, and the diagonal logos are awful. Still, it’s a solid scheme, so it gets a B.
Ryan Preece #37 Scotts Chevy Camaro-Same scheme as last year, same D grade.
Anthony Alfredo #38 MDS Ford Mustang-Same scheme as last year, same B+ grade.
Ross Chastain #42 Tubi TV Chevy Camaro-This is a good design scheme, counter-acted with a bad design scheme. The two cancel each other out, and this gets a C.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. #47 Kroger/Energizer Chevy Camaro-This template is a solid C, even with matching sponsors.
Josh Bilicki #52 Junction Fuels Ford Mustang-I normally don’t say this, but get rid of the fade at the rear. Also, the checkered flag motif needs to go. Other than that, this isn’t bad, so it gets a B.
Garrett Smithley #53 Turf Sellers Chevy Camaro-A smooth look, with a great color scheme will always earn an A.