Nascar Fans Chose This Paint Scheme for Kevin Harvick’s Ride in the All-Star Race

Busch made good on its promise after its driver guaranteed victory and didn’t deliver

Pink is coming to the Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway May 18
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Nascar driver Kevin Harvick is not one to welsh on a bet.

Prior to the 2018 Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, Fla., last Nov. 18, one of Harvick’s sponsors, Busch, pledged via tweet to cover Harvick’s car with a millennial-inspired, “lit AF” paint scheme if he didn’t win.

Harvick finished third, behind Joey Logano and Martin Truex Jr., but while there was no shame in the result, third place isn’t first place.

So Busch sought input from fans on its Twitter and Instagram accounts on exactly what Harvick’s car should look like, and the results were revealed this week on Busch’s Twitter feed.

The paint scheme—which Busch said “features an array of emojis and new-age slang that will have the older fans scratching their heads and the new-gen screaming, ‘That’s lit AF!’”—will be used at the Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway May 18.

Kevin Harvick and his ride for May 18
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