Trump paint scheme surmounts NASCAR’s political ban

Tim Viens is set to run a truck with ‘TRUMP Winery’ branding at Talladega Superspeedway

There’s an election around the corner. And, one NASCAR driver is set to show support for his candidate via his NASCAR Truck Series machine.

View the TRUMP NASCAR paint scheme below.

Tim Viens is the owner of G2G Racing (Glory to God Racing). The team fields the No. 46 and No. 47 machines in the NASCAR Truck Series.

The driver has run a NASCAR Truck Series machine with TRUMP branding, in multiple races. Those previous schemes date back to 2020.

NASCAR has since banned all political paint schemes.

But, there’s a workaround. Thus, Viens is set to bring the ‘TRUMP Winery’ paint scheme to the track.

The truck will race at Talladega Superspeedway on September 30th.

Tim Viens announces new Trump paint scheme

“My name is Tim Viens, I am a staunch Trump supporter,” the driver opened via twitter.

“I drove the TRUMP 2020 Truck in the NASCAR Truck Series before NASCAR banned political advertising. I will be back with a new sponsor this year. Talladega, I think you will like it!”

“Follow my journey God Bless.”

The paint scheme is based off the TRUMP jet.

NASCAR Paint Scheme

Trump Winery - NASCAR Truck Series - Tim Viens
Trump Winery – NASCAR Truck Series (Photo: Tim Viens)

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