One thing that is common in the Sprint Cup Series is that someone is going to have an amazing paint scheme. The one that everyone remembers for some reason.
In 2008 the drivers once again rolled out their best, some more than others, and every weekend the fans were treated to a site.
These are some of the best paint schemes for the 2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup season.
Biffle took this black and silver Dish Network car to victory lane at New Hampshire.
Burton drove this car on numerous occasions in 2008. Who doesn't love purple and black with lightning?
Busch ran his Halloween M&M's scheme at Atlanta in the fall. The M&M's company had many great schemes this year.
At Lowe's in October, Busch and company showed their support of Breast Cancer Awareness month by running this all pink car.
Busch was on a hot streak all year, so it was only fitting to bring out a sparkling hot 4th of July scheme for Indy. However, he finished 15th
The on fire orange Combo's car rolled out at Dover in June and rolled in to victory lane.
"Wild Thing" drove this Indiana Jones car at Darlington where he ran wild all over the competition for another victory.
Jeff Gordon has always run some special and unique schemes, this yellow and blue Nicrotte car ran at Atlanta.
At Phoenix in April, Denny Hamlin showed his support for Premature Babies with a white and purple March of Dimes car.
Harvick and Shell moved away from their typical yellow and orange with this black and silver scheme.
It used to be very rare when fans would see Dale Jr. running a different paint scheme. But in 2008, he had plenty, including at Lowe's when he ran his favorite color, orange, Amp car.
At Daytona in July, Jr. and the National Guard were out in force. Both on pit road and on the track.
At Lowe's for the All-Star race, the team broke out an all-star car in the "Grey Ghost" which became a major hit..again.
Everyone loves a throw back scheme and this one made everyone, Darrell Waltrip included, smile. A retro Mountain Dew scheme which ran at Darlington.
Any car with flames looks sharp and Kenseth's USG car from Chicagoland is no exception.
Truex Jr. ran a Swing Vote car at Daytona in July. Anyone who doesn't love a red, white and blue car is crazy
What a better way to advertise your movie than on a race car? That's exactly what happen when for Ryan Newman with The Mummy.
Now that Roush Racing is partners with an owner of the Boston Red Sox, they decided to put their name on David Ragan's car at New Hampshire.
Like Kyle Busch, Elliot Sadler also ran a special scheme at Lowe's in support of Breast Cancer Awareness.