Paint Scheme Grades-February 26, 2022

By David G. Firestone

Corey LaJoie #7 Built Bar Chevy Camaro-This is a great scheme for 2022, it’s smooth, and it has a great color scheme. A

Ryan Blaney #12 Menard’s/Peak Ford Mustang-Same scheme as last year, same B+ grade.

Daniel Hemric #16 Hermitage Pool Supply Chevy Camaro-My only complaint here is that the light blue isn’t really needed here. Other than that, this works very well, it isn’t over designed, and it looks great. A-

Bubba Wallace #23 McDonald’s Toyota Camry-I think with McDonald’s schemes, less is more. Just a plain red would work. This isn’t really awful though. Its over designed, but not horribly. I’ll give this a B.

Justin Haley #31 LeafFilter Gutter Protection Chevy Camaro-Same scheme as last year, same B+ grade.

Todd Gilliland #38 Ruedbusch Development and Construction Ford Mustang-Switching the blue and silver would help a lot, and the side designs aren’t needed. It’s not terrible, so I’ll give it a B+

Greg Biffle #44 Grambling State University Chevy Camaro-Normally, I would hate the sublimated stripes, but these are so subtle, they can’t really be seen. Add in a great look, with a great color scheme, and you have an A grade.

Landon Cassill #77 Fox Nation Chevy Camaro-Toning down the stripes gives the car a smoother look. A

Author: dgf2099

I'm just a normal guy who collects race-worn driver suits, helmets, sheet metal, and other race-worn items. I will use this blog to help collectors, and race fans alike understand the various aspects of driver suits and helmets, and commentate on paint schemes.

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