Stewart-Haas Racing releases two paint schemes for 2022
For 2022, NASCAR will debut a brand new car. The change in the body shape has also caused a shift of the door numbers.
View Kevin Harvick’s 2022 paint scheme below.
With the numbers moved forward, the door is now the primary sponsor location. It’s created a unique look for many cars throughout the field.
On Monday, Kevin Harvick’s Hunt Brothers Pizza scheme was released by Stewart-Haas Racing. The Hunt Brothers Pizza scheme will make it’s debut at Phoenix Raceway on March 13, 2022.
Kevin Harvick: Rheem
Several days ago, Stewart-Haas Racing also released the paint scheme for the Rheem machine.
“Kevin Harvick helped launch Rheem Racing and through KHI, Kevin played a prominent role in Rheem realizing value in the sport and progressively moving up to the NASCAR Cup Series,” said Ed Raniszeski, executive director, Rheem motorsports.
Raniszeski added, “Kevin’s long history with Rheem and his great rapport with Rheem customers makes this a very welcome homecoming. NASCAR has been an increasingly valuable platform for Rheem and we hope this reunion serves as our way of thanking racing fans for supporting Rheem and all sponsors who showcase their brands and believe in the power and future of NASCAR.”
View the 2022 Rheem scheme below.
“It’s been 15 years since we first started working with Rheem and it’s great to be back with them,” Harvick said. “The NASCAR fan is their customer, and we’ve worked really hard to understand that relationship to ensure Rheem gets a good return on its investment.”
Harvick added, “This year kind of throws it back to how it all began with Rheem being a primary sponsor on one of my racecars. I’m proud to carry their colors again in 2022.”
Stewart-Haas Racing has yet to release Mobil 1 and Subway paint schemes for the 2022 season.