The 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season has been a good one for second-generation racer Chase Elliott, who is a lock to win Sunoco Rookie of the Year Honors this year and is still racing for the overall series championship.
Tuesday morning, Elliott went to Instagram to unveil the 2017 paint scheme on his No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet, which again next year will carry the colors of NAPA Auto Parts.
Elliott's ride ought to look good on track next year, when he'll seek to put the No. 24 back in Victory Lane if he can't get there in one of the final six races of this year.
This week, Elliott heads to Kansas Speedway, where ne needs a strong run to stay relevant in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Elliott comes into Kansas ranked 10th in points after he got crashed out of Sunday's Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway and finished 33rd, despite leading 103 laps in the race.