On this photo page I'll list as many beverage sponsors that I can find photos of that has been involved in NASCAR
There is a very wide variety and it appears without beverage sponsors the NASCAR series could have folded. Here you will see the cars and their sponsors. We'll cover several different beverages and I'll try to show drivers not shown very often where possible.
So lets get started and why don't we kick off with:
Bill Elliott carried the Coors sponsorship from 1984-1990
Larry Smith in his 1973 Black Label Mercury
Earl Ross in 1971 in his Red Cap car
Miller Lite Sponsor on 2012 Champion Brad Keselowski
Rusty Wallace wheeled the Miller Genuine Draft car from 1990-1995
Dick Trickle in the 189 Miller High Life Buick
Darrell Waltrip and Falls City Beer at Nashville
2014 Marcus Ambrose in his Twisted Tea Ford
Wally Dallenbach and his 1993 Keystone Beer car
Tommy Houston in his Schlitz machine
Cale Yarborough in his 1974 Carling sponsored Chevy
Hershel McGriff in the Olympia Beer Chevelle in 1976
Unknown female racer, but it's pretty cool seeing Pabst Blue Ribbon.
Ricky Craven in the Budweiser Chevy 1997-1998
Cale Yarborough 1979 Busch Beer Beer ride
Dale Jarrett Bud Light Car 1988
2014 Ty Dillon Yuenling Chevy
Sterling Marlin Coors Light Dodge 2001-2005
1989 Schaefer Beer car driven by Joe Ruttman
Tim Richmond drove the Old Milwaukee Pontiac from 1983-1985
Elliott Sadler drove the Dale's Pale Ale in 2017 for car owner Dale Earnhardt Jr.
2017 also saw Chris Buescher wheel a Chevy with the Natural Light livery
Brad Keselowski raced the Red Apple Ale during the 2017 Xfinity Series
Mark Martin's Ford carried Stroh's Light sponsorship during 1988-1989. Unsure why part of the races it was listed a "Stroh" light
OK - let's move on to a little harder stuff and look at:
Jamie McMurray in the Crown Royal Ford
Robby Gordon in his Jim Beam Toyota (2009)
Casey Mears wheeled the Jack Daniels Chevy in 2009
Kevin Lepage's Tequila Patron ride from 2005
Matt Kenseth ran a couple different schemes on his livery. He ran the Jeremiah Weed Sweet Tea Vodka machine in select races in 2003; while he wheels the Smirnoff Ice Triple Back car in a few events in 2011.
Jeremy Mayfield would carry Midnight Moon Sponsorship in 2008; a business owned by Junior Johnson
Justin Marks raced in the Xfinity Series and had American Born Moonshine as a sponsor in 2015
Aric Almirola drove the GT Vodka Chevy in 2011.
OK; It's time for some cool refreshing:
Perhaps one of the most iconic and coolest looking cars was Bobby Allison's Coke car - 1971.
Of course Pepsi should get equal billing - Here is Lennie Pond in the Pepsi car from 1976
James Hylton drove the Pop Cola during the 1972 season.
George Follmer displayed the RC Cola colors in 1974
Mountain Dew has been a sponsor for many years; Darrell Waltrip is shown on the left in 1982; while Dale Earnhardt Jr is show from 2017
Mello Yello has been in NASCAR "before" it was in NASCAR. Mello Yello first premiered in the movie "Days Of Thunder". Bobby Hamilton drove the car pictured on the left; and ended up getting a Cup ride because he was so competitive in the car. The movie was such a hit that Mello Yello got involved in NASCAR and Kyle Petty was sponsored by them for several years. It still appears on cars from time to time though 2018.
Kurt Busch would drive his Coke C2 Ford in the Pepsi 400 at Daytona in 2004
and a few years later; Jeff Gordon would wheel his Pepsi Max Chevy in the Coke Zero 400 in 2011
Tony Roper drove a hand full of Cup races in 2000 with the Dr Pepper sponsorship.
This product has used NASCAR as a great advertising platform since about 2010. Lots of various:
Johnny Sauter ran this RadioActive paint scheme in 2007
Street King would adorn the car of Mike Bliss in 2011
Kurt Busch has raced the Monster Energy car from 2016-2018
Derrike Cope seems to have a knack for digging up energy drink sponsors. The Ehydrate car he raced in the Xfinity series in 2016
Cope also carried the colors of Blu Frog in the Cup series in 2009
Dale Earnhardt Jr raced the AMP Energy car from 2008 to 2012 until it was phased out becoming Mt Dew.
Kyle Busch became synonymous with NOS Energy drink. He raced it from 2008-2011 in the Cup series and in Xfinity from 2016-2018
Kasey Kahne would be one of several drivers to drive the Red Bull car. He drove it in 2011
Trevor Bayne had Rehydrate on his Ford in 2018
Xfinity driver Blake Koch saw Celsius come on board to sponsor him some events in 2016
Cup driver Clint Bowyer drove the 5 Hour Energy car from 2012-2016
Boris said raced part time in 2006. He had the No Fear livery on his car that season.
Jesse Iwuji ran a few races in the Xfinity series in 2018; he ran the Perfect Hydration sponsorship
Kenny Wallace would have Shark sponsorship on his car during the 2008 season
Robby Gordon wheeled the Speed Energy Dodge in 2011
Michael McDowell would see Wave Energy on his car in 2009
Jeff Green picked up the Cicion Energy Drink colors in 2002
Jennifer Jo Cobb saw her Xfinity car covered with the colors of MC2 Energy Drink in 2009
Joey Coulter pick up Rip It sponsorship in 2011 for his Truck series vehicle
Kenny Wallace had a close relationship with Stacker2. Their colors covers his race cars in 2003 in Cup and from 2000-2002 in the Xfinity series
Xfinity driver Dylan Kwasniewski had RockStar energy drink on his car in 2014
Ryan Preece's livery would have the bold colors of Xyience Energy Drink on his Xfinity car in 2015
Below are other miscellaneous drinks that have been on NASCAR vehicles.
Sterling Marlin carried the Maxwell House Coffee colors in 1991 and 1992
Hut Stricklin had his car decked out in the scheme of Hills Brothers Coffee from 2000-2002
Kenny Schrader had a lot of success driving the Folgers Coffee machine in 1988 and 1989
Lipton Tea was on the Chevy of Mark martin in select events in 2009
2015 saw Derrike Cope work a deal to have Jackson Coffee Company on his Cup car in 2015.
Oxy Water come onto the Cup scene in 2013 with Timmy Hill wheeling their colors
Darrell Waltrip was one of those that made the colors of gatorade famous in NASCAR. He drove this livery from 1975-1980
Gray Gaulding was behind the wheel of the #23 Earth Water Toyota for select races in 2018.
Jeff Green would pilot the Nesquik Chevy in 2000 and 2001 in the Xfinity series.
In 1985 and 1986 Michael Waltrip would have Hawaiian Punch on the sides of his race car.
Sunny D would be adorn the sides of Ricky Stenhouse's Ford in 2016.
Greg Sacks drove the Country Time Ford in 1993
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