Ally Racing Lets Fans Design Alex Bowman’s Vegas Scheme

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Alex Bowman will have a new scheme at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

When the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro heads to Las Vegas Motor Speedway this fall, it will feature a scheme created by a NASCAR fan. Ally Racing is giving NASCAR fans the opportunity to design Alex Bowman‘s scheme for the playoff race.

The design contest, which lets fans submit up to five designs, stems from a partnership between Ally, Bowman, and car designer Danny Koker. The host of “Counting Cars” on the History Channel is a fixture in the Las Vegas design scene, and he will work with Bowman to decide which scheme is the best.

The NASCAR driver and the car designer will pick their two favorite designs. Fans will then go on Twitter and determine which is the better option. Once that vote is complete, Bowman will know his scheme while the lucky NASCAR fan will prepare for a trip to LVMS.

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The Design Contest Features a User-Friendly Website

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Creating a new scheme is not a simple task. There are people who spend hours and hours working on this process, which can require a background in graphic design or a high-powered computer.

The contest, however, will streamline the process. The fans can head to KokersGarage.com and edit a 3D model of the No. 48 Chevrolet Camaro. They will go through a step-by-step process where they will select colors, logos, and additional graphics.

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Ally RacingAlly Racing has partnered with Danny Koker to let fans design the No. 48.

Ally Racing is the primary sponsor, so the color choices heavily