In the world of NASCAR, driver colors reign supreme.
When there are 20 cars in a pack, the easiest way to find your driver is to look for his or her colors.
Have you ever been looking for your driver, but could not find him because he was running a different paint scheme that week?
It's a pretty frustrating few minutes. Then, when you finally find him and realize how awesome his paint scheme is, all is well.
Here are some of the coolest schemes of recent memory.
This scheme is set to run in six races this season, per Jayski.com.
The scheme is bright and simple, and the Cheerios on the side add some nice character to the car.
Kasey Kahne ran this scheme in 2009 at Charlotte.
This scheme is simple in design, but the cameo rocks!
Mark Martin ran this scheme in 2009.
The green and the black go together very will on this car, especially with the orange accent.
Jamie McMurray ran this scheme in September of 2011 at New Hampshire.
You don't see a lot of grey cars out there, and this one just looks good.
Tony Stewart ran this scheme in October of 2010 at Charlotte.
This scheme has such a Vegas feel to it!
Greg Biffle ran this scheme in 2012 at Kentucky.
The night time theme really brings this whole paint scheme together. It looks good.
Ryan Newman ran this scheme in 2011 at Charlotte.
Cookies! There are cookies on this car. Need I say any more?
Dale Earnhardt Jr. ran this scheme in 2011 at Charlotte.
This scheme is exciting and for a great cause.
Trevor Bayne ran this scheme last season at Talladega.
The car is purple and pink—enough said.
Carl Edwards ran this scheme in 2009 at Darlington.
This scheme embodies everything that the movie does.
Denny Hamlin ran this scheme in 2011 at Dover.
This is just a very unique scheme. The puzzle pieces really pull it all together.
Edwards ran this scheme in 2009 at Atlanta.
This scheme is a bit loud, but the design fits the sponsor, so it works.
Robby Gordon ran this scheme in 2010 at Charlotte.
It's a pink Extenze car...seriously!
Kevin Harvick ran this scheme in March of 2009 at Atlanta.
There is no wrong way to eat a Reese's.
Jeff Gordon ran this scheme in October of 2012 at Charlotte.
You really can't debate how awesome the Ninja Turtles are.
Newman ran this scheme in November of 2011 at Texas.
There is a basketball court on his car. Just saying!
Gordon ran this scheme in September of 2010 in Atlanta.
His daughter helped design this car for him.
Jimmie Johnson ran this scheme All-Star weekend 2011 at Charlotte.
Confused? Jimmie driving the No. 5 car? Let it all sink in, because it was cool.
Newman ran this scheme the Sunday prior to Veteran's Day in 2011 at Phoenix.
The car has the images of 350 veterans on it.
Kyle Busch ran this scheme on 9/10/11 at Richmond
In case you missed it, he turned his car into a flag.
Dale Jr. ran this scheme in June of 2012 at Michigan.
Oh, it's the bat mobile—no big deal.
Johnson is set to run this car in 2013 at some point.
Maybe it's just me, but I love the way this car looks.
Busch ran this car in 2009 at Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, California.
Really, would you be the one to mess with this car?
Kurt Busch ran this scheme in 2102 at Talladega
Look, Dad, Kurt is going fast!
David Ragan ran this scheme in October of 2012 at Martinsville.
Have you found Waldo yet?
Well, there are my top schemes from the last five years. Did I miss any? Feel free to let me know.
Let's hope that 2013 brings with it some new and awesome special paint schemes.