NASCAR: Bubba Wallace New Paint Scheme Revealed Ahead of Vegas Race

by Quentin Blount
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Popular NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace took to social media on Tuesday morning to share a pretty sweet video from one of his key sponsors, Columbia Sportswear.

As Wallace is continuing to gear up for the big Cup Series race on Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, he decided to give his fans and followers a quick glimpse at his new ride for the Pennzoil 400.

The official Columbia Twitter account posted a 21-second clip highlighting the Las Vegas Nightlife. But perhaps more importantly, they squeeze in a couple of seconds of showing off Wallace’s newest paint scheme. The Bubba Wallace No. 23 Toyota Camry can be seen rocking the patented Columbia blue with a black accent along the roof, doors, and trunk area.

Columbia posted the video alongside the caption, “Viva Las Vegas. Viva @BubbaWallace’s newest ride for the Pennzoil 400 this Sunday at the @LVMotorSpeedway. #NASCAR”

The 23XI driver promptly retweeted the video adding, “Appreciate you, @Columbia1938. This one turned out so good!”

Bubba Wallace fans on Twitter seem to like the driver’s new black and blue paint scheme. After all, it is pretty sharp.

One fan on Twitter, Brent Ponder, (@b_ponder7), hyped up Wallace. He says, “Let’s get it Bubba!! Look good, feel good, drive good!”

Further, JP (@JP_BucsFan) says he loves the new look. He replied saying, “Love it. good luck this Sunday. Rooting for you!”

Another Twitter user (@JamieHays16) says the car is “gorgeous,” along with wishing Bubba Wallace good luck at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

“That car is gorgeous! Good luck on Sunday!” she wrote.

Bubba Wallace Highlights Columbia as Primary Sponsor

Most NASCAR fans probably know that Bubba Wallace was rolling with DoorDash as the main sponsor on his red, white, and black car during his first three races with 23XI Racing.

However, for the race on Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Wallace is showcasing his partnership with Columbia Sportswear. But the popular driver will be switching up his primary sponsors throughout the year. He is also planning on highlighting Dr. Pepper, Root Insurance, and McDonald’s before the season ends.

Meanwhile, when Bubba Wallace made the announcement that he was joining up with Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin, Columbia hopped on board as well.

“Columbia Sportswear is a perfect fit for my lifestyle away from the track. I love spending time outdoors — boating, golfing, hiking, photography — just anything to help me decompress from a hectic racing schedule,” Wallace said in an August press release.

The NASCAR Cup Series race is set to start on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. ET. Meanwhile, coverage of the race will air on Fox Sports 1 Raceday beginning at 2 p.m. ET. Follow along with us here at Outsider.

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