The summer race at Daytona is notorious for being as patriotic as fireworks on the National Mall. And this year’s contest is shaping up to be no different.

When the big guns of NASCAR fire up this weekend, the cars on track just might be be the red-white-and-bluest of the season.

Here’s a rundown of patriotic paint schemes fans can expect to see beginning Friday night. See one you like? Be sure to order the die-cast of it at www.lionelracing.com.

Richard Childress Racing driver Austin Dillon will race a special No. 3 Bass Pro Shops/NRA Museum Chevrolet, complete with stars, stripes, and an American bald eagle.

A master of the Daytona night race, Tony Stewart will be gunning for his first win of the season behind the wheel of a patriotic Bass Pro Shops/Ducks Unlimited branded race car.

Stewart’s teammate Kurt Busch and his No. 41 Haas Automation Chevy gets an all-American makeover this weekend which is sure to stand out under the Daytona lights.

The famous camouflage paint scheme returns to the No. 88 this weekend with Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s National Guard Chevrolet.

This year’s All-Star winner Jamie McMurray will be adding even more stars to his season when he debuts the No. 1 Cessna/NASCAR: An American Salute Chevrolet.

McMurray’s teammate and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rookie Kyle Larson will also put a star-spangled spin on the No. 42 Target Chevrolet SS.

In the NASCAR Nationwide Series, JR Motorsports phenom Chase Elliott will honor the Intrepid Fallen Heroes fund with his special NAPA livery.

Finally, Ty Dillon will celebrate America’s Oldest Brewery with a Yuengling car designed with vintage flair.