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HERE COMES JIMMY DANIELS IN THE DUPONT #24 CHEVROLET!
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Alright, this here is Jimmy Daniels, a 3-time Cup Champion, and a 61 Time winner across the WCS & NBS. Always a dominant force to be reckoned with on track, it's a common theme every week to see MacOilen V Daniels, or Duk V Daniels, Rivera V Daniels, or really? Everyone V Daniels.

He always manages to run better than you'd expect him to with damaged equipment as well, such as his mind blowing performance in the 2002 Fall Darlington race where he drove from 42nd after an accident to 13th with no hood or fenders, just raw speed and talent as the race ran cautionless after the accident he was in. No matter what, it doesn't matter where you are or where he qualified you ALWAYS have to look out for the #24 car in your mirrors.

In conclusion? Jimmy Daniels is a powerhouse of a team, and many wonder if he will ever surpass Deora MacOilen or Frank Rollins with 7 Championships.

anyways, I'm sure you can see the inspiration behind the car here, those un-used Sam Bass #24 schemes always rang out in my head as something I want to see so I decided to make my spin on it and boi howdy I fucking love it. I'm sure this car will be one of the easiest to spot on track.

also do take this
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this is an alternate version of the original #31 from before
forgot to post it because I didnt have a photo of it, not gonna lie I dont like it but hey atleast we got options !
 
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damn! i gotta blow the cobwebs outta here!

anyways hello again
after a long hiatus of not being able to paint anything really(no reason, just intense burnout)
i am back with one single car, with another car being made as I type this.

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Say hello to Rookie Trixie Belldon coming up for her first Winston Cup season with the team Blondies Babes Racing.
the BBR team bought out what used to the Conseco #14 team in 2001 as the team was struggling with qualfying so owner Jody Daniels(yes, relation to Jimmy) bought the team and named it Blondies Babes Racing, with a focus on being a female run and operated team, such as the fact their pit crew is all female going into 2003 so that should be interesting to watch.

Trixie herself is nothing special behind the wheel, but she's always been a clean driver, so for her to get called up to the cup series? Many people weren't surprised especially with her dominant performance at Busch Talladega last season. Along with her coming to the team, former driver Karissa Ellard reportedly left the team with "Burnt Bridges" so it'll be interesting to see if anything were to happen between the #14 and #01 teams this season.

In conclusion hopefully Trixie can keep it clean like she has in busch in her first venture into the cup series.


anyways, so this car came to me randomly last night and I had to try and make it, so I just opened photoshop and made the base for the car and put the VS logos on and went to bed. I finished it today and I think this is a mighty fine car to come back with personally.

anyways time to make the car i have open in photoshop instead of typing this oops, so uhh bye
 
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HERE COMES JIMMY DANIELS IN THE DUPONT #24 CHEVROLET!
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Alright, this here is Jimmy Daniels, a 3-time Cup Champion, and a 61 Time winner across the WCS & NBS. Always a dominant force to be reckoned with on track, it's a common theme every week to see MacOilen V Daniels, or Duk V Daniels, Rivera V Daniels, or really? Everyone V Daniels.

He always manages to run better than you'd expect him to with damaged equipment as well, such as his mind blowing performance in the 2002 Fall Darlington race where he drove from 42nd after an accident to 13th with no hood or fenders, just raw speed and talent as the race ran cautionless after the accident he was in. No matter what, it doesn't matter where you are or where he qualified you ALWAYS have to look out for the #24 car in your mirrors.

In conclusion? Jimmy Daniels is a powerhouse of a team, and many wonder if he will ever surpass Deora MacOilen or Frank Rollins with 7 Championships.

anyways, I'm sure you can see the inspiration behind the car here, those un-used Sam Bass #24 schemes always rang out in my head as something I want to see so I decided to make my spin on it and boi howdy I fucking love it. I'm sure this car will be one of the easiest to spot on track.

also do take this
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this is an alternate version of the original #31 from before
forgot to post it because I didnt have a photo of it, not gonna lie I dont like it but hey atleast we got options !
Ah yes! the classic Lowes flames, I remember Sid winning in this car like it was yesterday (personally I like the yellow better)
 
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Ah yes! the classic Lowes flames, I remember Sid winning in this car like it was yesterday (personally I like the yellow better)
Good to see another sid fan !!!!!!
and I can understand that, I've grown to like the yellow more, although I'm thinking about tweaking it a bit so it's not as jarring compared to the rest of the car.
 
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also

KMAR !

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Say hello to Karissa Ellard in the #01 Super Kmart Pontiac Grand Prix for FW2 Racing!

Karissa is a very interesting case of a driver as she has consistently been someone who has been on the board of "untapped potention" so to speak. So much so that at one point last season she was snatched from her ride in the #14 car to drive the #97 for Darien Arnsdorff after he had a family emergency before the second Daytona race, and hell Ellard came 3rd in that car! Now you may think thats a fluke but many compare her to MacOilen with the way she drives at plate tracks, she can just slice and dice their way through the field like its nothing which has been shown off on several occasions, with many of the old #14 teams best runs coming at plate tracks with Ellard behind the wheel with her best finish being 4th in the 2001 Daytona 500.

Now that Karissa is out of the #14 team after a messy departure where reportedly a "physical altercation" between Karissa and team owner Jody Allen ensued. Apparently it was settled out of court but that definitely shows that Ellard most definitely won't be returning to the #14 team or anything to do with it anytime soon. Now she's at FW2 Racing and it's organizition, which has scored 3 wins over the last 2 seasons with 2 from Jacob Thibodeaux in 01 and 1 from Grimstead in 02, it's clear the team is trying to focus on full-season performance instead of having the short bursts of winning speed last the last few seasons.

In Conclusion, Ellard should be kept in mind for any track above 1 and a half miles, and you should definitely look to see if the #01 team gets involved with the #14 during the season!
anyways so I wanted to go with a more simple yet sponsored look for the #01 car, with a whole different font than the other cars on the team, I really want to get the individuality of each car and driver across with them.

also here is the team logo for FW2 Racing

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That logo is also the colored logo, which isn't going to be used all that much, a more simple grayscale logo will be used most of the time.

okay bye
 
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man if only there was some sort of caramel colored carbonated beverage I could be drinking while watching this here NASCAR ra-OH HEY A COKE CAR!
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So this is Bandit Gallagher in the brand new #38 team for MARCO(mario andretti's team, and yeah we have fictional drivers but a possibly real owner?? i know it makes a lot of sense) ANYWAYS the MARCO team has had success dating back to before Andretti's involvement, but ever since being in the sport MARCO has been on fire, with Evander Duk and Murdoch Mercy winning his first Winston Cup championship in 2001(Son of Waylon Mercy), plus with the MARCO funded Busch Team "Hillcrest Motorsports" being propelled to greatness with Bandit Gallagher and his not so fortunate teammate Robert "The Phantom" Phanim who ended up missing 12 races in 2002, but thats besides the point.

Bandit moving up to cup was something everyone in the Garage expected, especially with him even attempting the 2002 Pepsi 400, clocking in 7th fastest on the leaderboard in the "Hillcrest Motorsports" car(which was really a Murdoch Mercy car re-skinned into a third car) but due to qualifying being rained out Bandit didn't get to race in the cup race that weekend, but to make up for it? He won the busch race that same weekend!

In Conclusion, with 17 wins across NCTS, BGN this red and black coke car should be spotted up front a lot!

anyways hi it's me brandon, sorry for the wait, it's been hell with artblock, as i've done two 2003 projects back to back but im still tryin! but dont be surprised if you see some definitely not 2003 cars show up from time to time to break up the flow of 2003

anyways bye for 20 days again prolly whoops
 
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Two-In-One Special!

"man I sure am glad this Emachines computer I have is guaranteed to never be obsolete! I won't have to ever buy another one of these things again!" - someone most definitely at some point in the early 2000s

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Say hello to one of 2002's shining stars in the Winston Cup series, Rudolph Whittaker in his #48 Emachines computers Chevrolet Monte Carlo for Kavinsor Speed.

Rudolph has 4 wins in total combining both his WCS & CTS stats together, and is now showing to be one of the top future talents of this current class of recently brought up cup drivers, Rudolph has not only been the most statistically consistent driver in the field, but one who by many people's opinion "should have been the champion" last year, as he finished fifth in points due to a severe points penatly for a highly illegal motor in the coke 600, in which he won, only to have the win taken away, moving him to 43rd place after the race, along with that, he had a bad stretch of 2 races late in the season (Rockingham II, Atlanta II) which dropped him even further down the points.

In conclusion Rudolph Whittaker comes into 2003 with a new sponsor(he ran lowe's half of the season until they fully commited to the #31 team instead, leaving him running Hendrickcars.com for the last half) and a whole hell of a lot of momentum, so you better watch out for the Never Obsolete car of Whittaker!

(okay so hi it's me and I must say I really like the Emachines car, and I Hope you do as well! anyways time for round 2)
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I sure do love being inebriated at these here nascar races, surely there's not a car sponsored by my favorite dri-OH HELL YEAH A MILLER LITE CAR !!!!
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This? Is Ron Miller(no relation to anyone at Miller Lite, just a funny coincidence) and he? Is in the twilight of his career results wise.

At the age of 44, Miller really isn't that old compared to some of the other drivers in the field, but he's clearly been worn down over time due to the amount of hard hard crashes he's had over his long career. Starting his career in cup, Miller has only ventured down to the lower ranks a few times as he's never had success there when he tried it, but in cup? Oh he's had success. Ron Miller was the 1989 Winston Cup champion driving for now Busch series only team "Noulda Motorsports" in the #89 Ford Performance car. Along with that he's got 54 wins in total in cup and he's still got that spark, but sadly as he described it "That spark'o mine is fadin a bit. I've tried to re-kindle it but something about all of this doesn't do it like it used to do anymore" - Miller in an interview with NASCAR.com said a few months ago, which have many people wondering if Miller will be hanging it up soon.

But, besides all that? He still shows flashes, and can definitely wring it around Watkins Glen that's for sure, so in conclusion? Watch out for Miller in the field, he may surprise you, especially on a road course.


(anyways hi again, do you like me doing the (this) whenever i'm not describing the universe these are in? I dunno if I do, but anyways I went for a more simple look on this, and while i'm not the bigeest fan of it, I didn't want to do flames or stripes, so I just went with a more angled square! :)!!!! anyways time to forget how to paint for a while oopsies.
 
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Aw shit, here we go again

man i wonder if like the uhh,, ummm the-HEY A KODAK CAR
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There here is Bob "Big Bomber Bob" Jackowski. He's got a truck championship to his name and 27 wins across BGN + CTS but nothing to show for his driving prowess in cup yet.

Bob is genuinely a very good driver, but one that just can't seem to get everything figured out for his cup tenure, starting out with Brett Burke Motors in the #31 that Sid Allen is currently driving, Bob got himself in position to win several times but always fell short, with the most prominent being when he was leading the Watkins Glen race in 2000, only to overdrive the carousel and wreck the car with 12 laps to go.

In conclusion Bob? Is someon you may see at the front, but probably not often.

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I sure do love chocolate hard shelled candies, surely there isn't car with like, them all over it, that would be cra-WHAT
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This? Is Al Grimstead in the #36 M&M's Pontiac Grand Prix for FW2 Racing.

Al is a tenured cup veteran now at the ripe old age of 39, he has an astounding 27 Winston Cup Series wins, but no championships or runner up finished to show for it. That? Is because Al is not just inconsistent, but "Mr. Inconsistent" with the worst showing of this being the 1996 season where he won 5 times and had 8 top tens but 16 DNFs and 2 DNQs. Al is a force to be reckoned with during his good stints but damn when he gets on a bad roll he is STUCK on that bad roll

In conclusion, coming off of a win in 2002 and a 5th place points finish, you can definitely expect to see him up front, but not always.


(okay hi again its me. that fucking M&Ms car took so long to line up so uhh yeah okay bye again
 
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A big

big

BIG

paint scheme drop is on the horizon, but until then I wanted to share some of the more intricate details of the hellset and it's universe i'm creating here, with today's deeper look being focused on:

Driver Signatures

Something that defines the driver as a person, and something tangible you can use to identify the driver with if they move cars at some point in the season, it's something I have fun with myself(although I don't make the signatures, my girlfriend does as she's very good at writing on a tablet-)
So here, is the driver signatures currently made for the drivers in the series(with contracts for the wcs)

Bandit Gallagher Driv Signature.pngBrandon Allen Driv SIgnature.pngCandace Cannonball Cannon Driv Signature.pngDalton Kane Driv Signature.pngDaniel Rivera Driv Signature.pngDarien Arnsdorff Driv Signature.pngDwight Fox Driv Signature.pngElara Jupiter Driv Signature.pngEvander Duk Driv Signature.pngGriddaeus Beere Driv Signature.pngJacob Thibodeaux Driv Signature.pngKarissa Ellard Driv Signature.pngMark Leiffer Driv Signature.pngMerrick Carson Driv Signature.pngMurdoch Mercy Driv Signature.pngRay Davis Driv Signature.pngRico Palmtree Driv Signature.pngScott Sterling Driv Signature.pngSimone Walker Driv Signature.pngSylvia Nightingale Driv Signature.pngTekkan Nombusara Driv Signature.pngWaylon Mercy Driv Signature.png

(Sorry about the dark colors on a dark website, I didn't think to make them white-)
anyways i'm going to go ahead and finish up the current batch of cars because i've been cookin over here I won't lie.
 
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OHGOD !
HERE IT COMES !

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Say Hello to mister Fleet Crews in his owner/driver owned entry running under the "Fleet Crews Racing" Banner.

Fleet has had a turbulent few months leading up to the start of the season, first BBE approached him letting him know they had taken the #11 for 2003 before he could get the letter into nascar re-applying for the number, which has severly soured things between him and the BBE team and affiliates. Not only that, but Hooters wanted to be on the #11 for the history behind the number on his team and what came before it, meaning they went with BBE to the pontiac organization, of course though Hooters would not get signed to the team, leaving both FCR and Hooters without anything for this year.

In conclusion, this team is unknown for this year. We know they have some backing from some of the smaller sponsors in their area and from what stayed with the team, but not much besides that meaning if things go wrong enough for fleet and his crew this team may not make it through the year.


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The former cup champion and several time winner of the most popular driver, Griddaeus Beere is in the twilight of his career by now, starting off in the early 80s, he's spent most of his career towards the front of the field, and his recent escapes in cup have saldy been a departure from that. Apart from the occasional good run, Beere is a normal sight about 15th on back, and with his recent turn of bad luck last season, it makes you wonder when the champion will be hanging up the helmet.

In conclusion, the aging Beere with 1 Winston Cup Championship to their name and 43 wins across the top three national series' When he has a flash of speed you know he'll be a force to be reckoned with, but until then? Hold your horses on placing bets on the Aging Veteran.


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Staying with Mopar Motorsports, here we have the recent addition to the team, Elara Jupiter in the #19 for the team.

Elara is a wildcard in the sense that she wasn't meant to move up to cup yet, but was working out deals to run in a few races this year. Jupiter is going on 31, and with no wins many people wonder why Mopar Motorsports chose a winless driver over their former pick for the car(Dean Koontz, the 45 year old with 17 BGN wins to his record) but MM feels confident in their pick, even saying this in a recent interview

"Elara is a much better driver than people give her credit for, and with her background in sportscar racing, we can tell you all right now to look out for the 19 team on road courses."

In conclusion, watch out for Elara on Road Courses, and who knows, maybe she'll be good in ovals!


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Say Hello to mister Ryan Adema of Holifeld-Kane Racing, returning back to his ride in the #66 ford, now with Publix backing instead of Kmart funding like before, as they moved over to FW2 racing. Ryan is one of the drivers who is a mixed bag, as we know they're incredibly talented on short tracks due to his background in pavement sprint cars, but he has yet to show that talent in the cup series with the only exception being when he filled in for an unavailible Murdoch Mercy at Martinsville where he finished 2nd after leading over 70% of the laps that day.

In conclusion, with so much backing from his local Store chain Publix you can bet to see the #66 in the mid pack most of the races, and especially on those short tracks!

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Now this beautifully happy car belongs to Joe Shmovid, who is returning to his seat in the Mo Nunn Racing #55 for 2003. Joe now has backing from Sam's Club/Walmart, which is supposedly also going to the #33(?) but we'll have to see if that deal gets through as the #33 hasn't ran the greatest in recent years. But nonetheless Joe is looking up going into 2003, as he finally managed to qualify for every single race in 2002, a feat he hadn't completed since 1996 during his tenure at the #12 team. Along with all of that, Joe has also been rumored to be working out a deal to buy stake in Mo Nunn Racing, meaning if that deal and rumors are true? We could see another Owner/Driver team on the grid again.

In Conclusion, lookout for the Sam's Club Wal-Mart machine on track, as there's a great chance we see this car running good!


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This, is an interesting story to look into, This here is Ray Davis now joining Caleb Fitzgerald Racing for the 2003 season with a brand new team as well, reviving the old #16 for CFR as well.

You see, Ray is an interesting case due to his cup history, he has 16 wins across the WCS, BGN with most of the them coming in the Busch Series, with only 3 coming in the Winston Cup Series. Ray started his cup tenure doing part-time starts for a short lived team in 1996, before taking over the #30 car full time, but oddly enough he was then snatched from the #30 team right to Kavinsor Speed for 1998, where he would last up until 2002 with the team as his performance had declined while the rest of the teams had risen(besides the #5 team, which was consistently the worst car on the team) So now in 2003 he's signed a 2 year deal meaning he's supposedly safe until 2005 with CFR, so we'll have to see what comes of this partnership besides a real chilly car!

In conclusion, Ray is a wildcard driver, so your bet is going to be a 50/50 payout anywhere you go!


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Keeping with the Caleb Fitzgerald trend we have, this is Darien Arnsdorff in the #97 Sharpie/Rubbermaid Ford

Darien is...well definitely a driver of all time. All time in what you may ask? Inconsistency, as he has always rivaled "Mr Inconsistent" Al Grimstead, as in his two year tenure across the Winston Cup Series and Busch Grand National Series, he has just been downright all over the place, running good some weeks, not even qualifying and having to ride buy some weeks, But, luckily they have earned enough points to where they are guaranteed entry into the first 16 races on the schedule, but past that it's good luck and sayonara!

In Conclusion, Darien is either going to finally have his breakout year(if they can have normal equipment for once) or they will be horrible and he'll get fired!


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HERE COMES CANNONBALL!

This is Candace "Cannonball" Cannon, and she? Is very very good, and is pretty much safe from being "evicted" from her ride so to speak as not only is she one of the most marketable drivers in the whole sport considering her nickname is Cannonball, and she's just that damn good? It's easy to understand why CFR has stated multiple times why she will not be in jeapordy of losing her spot anytime soon.

In Conclusion, with 21 Wins across the top three national series? You can expect to see this car pretty much always up front!


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okay there we go
as you can tell i was in pure painting mode here lately, and also i think i've put out some pure bangers here soon, my favorite of the bunch is the #55, mainly due to the helmet he wears(it's a massive smiley face on his helmet and it's so stupid.) but anyways, i'm currently working on what i have nicknamed "the slimer" so here's a sneakpeak of that

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okay anyways bye again!
Oh and I Swear I am still doing stuff with the track im trying to make, it's just taken a backseat since i have the motivation for this right now, but once the motivation for this series wanes i'll move over n post in the track thread

okay bye for real this time
 
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the slimer is currently sliming all over the track

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this here is Riley Wedge, driver of the #43 Rollins-General Mills Racing intrepid

Riley only has one win in her entire national series career, that being a darlington Busch Grand National Race in 2000. After that he signed on to drive the 43 full-time for a 5 year deal, starting with the Rollins team in 2001, after that he started off his tenure with a bang as he finished second in the 2001 Daytona 500 by quarter of a car length! After that though he pretty much disappeared from the front of the field withg the rest of the RGMR team that season. 2002 was a bit better, scoring 3 top 5 finishes(all at superspeedways) with one breakout run at Darlington which ended up getting thwarted by a charging Jimmy Daniels who went on to win the race. The rest of the season was inconsistency followed by mechanical issues which have been plaguing all of the dodge teams the past few years(engine problems)

Now going into 2003 Riley has two years left in his contract, but a lot more pressure due to how well the dodge engines have been performing in stress testing, plus with the addition of the new sponsor he brought on himself? Makes for a storm of doubt, hope and determination for the young driver

In conclusion, watch out for the slimer on track! He could slime it up!(that was bad im not sorry) but watch out for this car in the upper mid field this season, and especially on the plate tracks!


(okay so genuinely this car took so long to make look right but god DAMN its done and im really hapy with it, it looks pretty...meh scheme wise but It looks realistic enough to me to where if this was captured on a nokia flip phone with a jayski.com watermark i would believe it ran

okay bye
 
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