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Worst Nascars


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A majority of these are not bad.

 

  • Mark Martin's 2003 Viagra car: An objectively clean design. You might laugh at the sponsor (which I'm sure was the purpose of its inclusion), but the design is good.
  • Michael Waltrip's 2013 Aaron's/Alabama car: Again, a clean, simple design. Most likely, this was posted because Alabama Crimson Tide = bad guys.
  • Dale Earnhardt's 2000 Peter Max car: It was designed by an artist famous for his pop art of the 60s and 70s, for a one-off exhibition race. Loud? Sure. Bad? No.
  • Ryan Newman's 2015 Caterpillar throwback car: This was created for a throwback race. Since Caterpillar didn't sponsor a car decades ago, they made a "What if?" scheme with their old logo. Not a bad design at all.
  • Lake Speed's 1998 Cartoon Network car: The only design on the car at all is a cartoon cloud behind the front wheels. If anything, this is underdesigned, but not bad.
  • Neil Bonnett's 1994 Country Time Lemonade car: It's literally the sponsor's colors. Yellow and pink for lemonade.
  • AJ Allmendinger's 2013 Phoenix Racing car: This was Bonnett's team, paying tribute to him at his home track after his death. Identical scheme.

If you're going to talk about the "worst Nascars" (and, holy crap, "NASCAR" is an acronym, not a type of car), at least be creative or descriptive and don't just post "lol it's pink."

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16 minutes ago, kimball said:

 

Well ... I wouldn't be the first one to point out the fine art of the left turn and wearing a diaper for over 500 miles.

It's a Motorsport, it takes an incredible amount of skill, and endurance. There are many different types of sports that have tons of different criteria. I'm done talking about this issue.

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NASCAR has some inherently fugly design because it's often just a main sponsor's colors/logo and then they just cram as many OTHER sponsor stickers all over the car. 

 

It's nigh impossible to have clean, succinct design when you're slapping together random brands like McDonald's, Pfizer,  Duracell, UPS and M&Ms. 

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13 hours ago, vicfurth said:

Check and mate. 

 

 

Child please

Kim-Kardashian-Nascar.jpg

 

That's all the checks & mates required for a lifetime of this topic.  

And yes, it ran.  Apparently the Mike Bliss #36 car for the 2010 Shelby American 400 whatever that is (in Las Vegas).  It crashed btw.

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1 hour ago, 2001mark said:

 

Child please

Kim-Kardashian-Nascar.jpg

 

That's all the checks & mates required for a lifetime of this topic.  

And yes, it ran.  Apparently the Mike Bliss #36 car for the 2010 Shelby American 400 whatever that is (in Las Vegas).  It crashed btw.

 

I can do this all day. ;) 

 

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Never was a fan of the post-Richard Petty 43 car. Clinging to the past with the Baby Blue and Red STP era while dealing with a different sponsor in yellow:

 

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