Ridiculous paint jobs have been a part of NASCAR for some time now, and this year is no exception.
Many sponsors want to leave their mark with their television audience and at the race track, so what better way to do that then make their drivers car as colorful as possible.
Here are the 10 most ridiculous paint jobs in NASCAR of the past year.
Gilliland's No. 38 has a lot of things wrong with it, but the pink is at the top of the list, and that is why the Taco Bell Ford starts the rankings off.
Reutimann's No. 00 has a lot going on to begin with, but it's his orange numbers that puts his car over the top.
Mark Martin and his No. 5 GoDaddy.com vehicle is bright, that is the only way to describe it. Martin's car looks like it belongs under a black light, not on the race track.
Harvick's car doesn't have the neon colors that Martin's does, but it definitely stands out on the track. It's not a bad looking color scheme, just a little too much yellow.
Did you ever think you would see the golden arches on the race track?
Well, now you can, when Jamie McMurray takes to the road. The color has nothing to do with this car making the list, it is all about the giant McDonalds logo on the hood.
There are worse looking cars on the track than Allmendinger's No. 43, but not many. Allmendinger's car is a funky green color, that definitely stands out, for the wrong reasons.
Carl Edwards' car isn't all that bad, until you notice that the blue trim and the same funky green that graces Allmendinger's car is also on the No. 99.
Edwards would have been better off with just the black and blue, but there are too many colors going on and its making the duck nauseous.
Scott Speed looks like a giant Red Bull can when he is racing around the track in his No. 82, and that is certainly good enough to get his vehicle on the list.
The No, 38 car looks like something out of a cartoon or the sea as a Pirate might prefer. Either way, Kvapil's car has one of the most ridiculous paint jobs in NASCAR.
Now we come to the most ridiculous paint job in NASCAR, and it belongs to the No. 78 of Regan Smith.
It has every color you could ever want on a car, but no color seems to be featured any more prevalently than another.