Ranking the 10 Worst Paint Schemes in NASCAR Today

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Ranking the 10 Worst Paint Schemes in NASCAR Today
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Dave Blaney's Florida Lottery car is easily one of the worst paint schemes of the year.

When scanning the starting grid of a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, one can not help but notice the beauty and splendor of the 43 cars lined up. They all look to be in pristine condition with radiant colors and oftentimes eye-appealing paint schemes.

Every once in a while, however, there is that one car that sticks out like a sore thumb. Amidst a sea of beauty, one car is the proverbial eye sore.

Though not a Sprint Cup car, one can not help but think back to the 2010 Nationwide Series race in Richmond when picking out the best example of a truly bad paint scheme. Remember the pink "Kimmy" car that Kyle Busch drove? As funny as it was to see, it was equally as hideous.

Much like determining what makes a great paint scheme, choosing the worst schemes take into account a handful of factors.

The primary color of the car, secondary colors used and the overall design are all taken into consideration when choosing the worst of the worst.

For the sake of these rankings, only cars that feature sponsorship will be taken into account. Any car that features no primary sponsorship and is just a plain race car (i.e. the No. 87 or No. 19 cars) will not be considered.

With that in mind, we proudly present the 10 worst paints schemes featured so far in the 2013 season.

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