Wednesday night, 20 top NASCAR drivers will compete with each other during the 2020 All-Star Race in pursuit of a $1 million prize. Before the 8:30 p.m. ET start time, 21 drivers will face off in the All-Star Open while trying to secure a spot in the big event. This event is an annual tradition that splits up the regular season, and the teams are responding by unveiling some special paint schemes.
With the race mere hours away, drivers such as Kurt Busch, Chase Elliott and Ryan Newman are showing off their special designs for Wednesday's All-Star Race. All of the paint schemes feature relocated numbers to facilitate more prominent sponsor logos, and many are drastic departures from the standard look. Once these schemes are paired with the undercarriage lights, the stock cars will provide a unique look to the annual all-star event. Here are some of the best designs from both the 2020 All-Star Race and the All-Star Open.
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We are excited to have @procoretech on the car this week as we try to race our way into the All Star Race. What do you all think of the new scheme? #NASCAR #PoweredbyProcore pic.twitter.com/K3r23e8HEI— LeavineFamilyRacing (@LFR95) July 13, 2020
Bring on the million-dollar action @BMSupdates!July 15, 2020
.@JHNemechek, in the No. 38 @YanmarAmerica @FordPerformance #Mustang for @Team_FRM, will start in the 19th-place in the @NASCAR Cup Series #AllStarRace Open at the @BMSupdates. #NASCAR | #NASCARSalutes pic.twitter.com/AdHJdfnSZv— John Hunter Nemechek (@JHNemechek) July 15, 2020