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  • Originally posted by outlawfan_1 View Post

    There was a team like this unveiled Daytona 2010? I think. But I donít remember it.
    Yes it was the Israel-American Racing Team #49. JJ Yeley was announced as the driver I think.

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    • The guy who designed all of Bk Racing cars has been posting some never was schemes on Instagram







      Joey Logano in real life

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      • Originally posted by Slumerican View Post

        Yes it was the Israel-American Racing Team #49. JJ Yeley was announced as the driver I think.
        No, there was a different team that was going to run the #76 but never showed up. I think it was another "fan-funded" deal
        Fishmonger-rockinrandy for America 2016.

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        • I think it had Jarit Johnson as the driver...

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          • It was this team right?

            http://www.americasracingteam.com/
            Originally posted by Stevie Richards
            It wouldn't be a countdown thread without an argument about the date.

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            • That's the one, I'm surprised the site is still up
              Fishmonger-rockinrandy for America 2016.

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              • The scheme was different by the time Pocono came around

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                  • That actually looks pretty sharp! Too bad it never ran

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                    • Not sure if this has been posted but hereís an unused scheme for Truex at DEI in 2007
                      If you no longer go for a gap that exists, you are no longer a racing driver

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                      • This car ran with white numbers not gold


                        Joey Logano in real life

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