Some of the best Next Gen schemes painted for iRacing by fans
By Steve Luvender | Friday, May 14, 2021
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While we wait for the Next Gen car to hit the track next year, it’s already available now to members on iRacing. True to form, the sim-racing painting community has already started creating its own paint-scheme concepts. Here are a few early favorites.
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Blaine Sparling imagined this 2022 concept for Bubba Wallace and 23XI Racing.
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Ryan Pistana took the Ford Performance show car and transformed it into a concept for Chase Briscoe.
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Dustin Winegardner’s a big fan of the Official Fuel of NASCAR, so he put together this fictional Sunoco Camaro.
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What might Christopher Bell’s 2022 car look like? Alan H. has an idea.
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Austin Cindric is poised to take over the famous Wood Brothers Racing No. 21 in 2022, and Dylan Hervatin took the liberty of updating the classic WBR scheme on a Next Gen Ford Mustang.
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The limitless world of iRacing painting means it's pretty much inevitable somebody's going to imagine what if — like Will Norton's Dale Earnhardt-style Next Gen car.
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Declan White painted a Next Gen Toyota Camry in some classic Toyota colors.
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How about this throwback? Eli Sasak updated the turn-of-the-century Dale Jarrett ride, which drove to a championship in 1999, for NASCAR’s Next Gen Mustang.
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Cole Trickle travels 32 years into the future with this "Days of Thunder" throwback painted by Josh Caudle.
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Brantley Roden put Denny Hamlin’s familiar FedEx colors on a Next Gen Camry, which looks as sleek as ever.
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James D. Harris showed us what a Kevin Harvick Busch Beer paint scheme might look like in the year 2022.
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And, finally, who said there’s nothing stock about a stock car? Shawn M Conklin painted this stonk car that pays tribute to everybody’s favorite financial meme.