NASCAR: Bubba Wallace Debuts New ‘Flipped’ Paint Scheme Ahead of This Weekend’s Race

by Will Shepard
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NASCAR is heading to Martinsville Speedway this weekend for the next race in the Cup Series. Bubba Wallace is entry number 25 and certainly seems ready for the race.

After the Easter Weekend holiday, NASCAR is rearing to go this weekend. This weekend’s race is going to start on Saturday, April 10, at 5:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. This means that the race will take place under the lights.

Consequently, Bubba Wallace is switching up the colors of his car for the race. The last NASCAR race was on dirt at Bristol Motor Speedway. Bubba Wallace finished 27 after starting at 19. During the dirt race, his car was sporting the red and black door dash colors.

Now, though, Bubba Wallace is showing off a new color scheme for his 23XI Racing car. It’s safe to say that the new paint job is incredible. The NASCAR driver took to Twitter to share a short video showcasing the paint scheme.

The paint scheme looks awesome. The white primary color certainly seems like it will add some speed to the car. Perhaps this will mean that Bubba Wallace will get his first top ten finish of the season tomorrow night.

Bubba Wallace’s NASCAR Season Thus Far Has Been Mediocre

So far, this NASCAR season has been mediocre, at best, for Bubba Wallace. Nonetheless, he is pressing on with the season and working incredibly hard for better races.

The most recent race at Bristol Motor Speedway was not his best showing of the season. He finished in the 27 spot, just three places ahead of the last place of the cars that finished. However, one of his team’s owners, Denny Hamlin, says that he is proud of the race he drove.

On the other hand, Bubba Wallace has a lot left to prove this season. So far, the NASCAR driver has yet to finish above 16. Thankfully, there are a lot more races left in the Cup Series and a lot more opportunities to gain valuable points. So, as he continues to work hard to move up the standings, keep an eye out for any other paint changes.

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