New M&M's look for Kyle Busch at Road America

Kyle Busch is set for his penultimate NASCAR Xfinity Series start at Road America this Saturday, and he has unveiled a new paint scheme for it.

After securing his 100th career NASCAR Xfinity Series victory at Nashville Superspeedway two weekends ago, Kyle Busch now has just two more scheduled starts at the sport’s second highest level before he officially “retires” from competition.

Busch, who has long said that he will stop competing in the series once he hits a triple-digit win total, is still slated to compete in this Saturday’s race at Road America as well as next Saturday’s race at Atlanta Motor Speedway to wrap up his five-race 2021 schedule.

In Saturday afternoon’s 45-lap race around the 14-turn, 4.048-mile (6.515-kilometer) natural terrain road course in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, Busch is set run a new M&M’s paint scheme on his #54 Toyota Supra, one which features one of his favorite summer treats: Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches.

Take a look at Busch’s cool — or should we say cold — new second to last Xfinity Series paint scheme.

M&M’S Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches are made with vanilla and chocolate ice cream, sugar cookies, and M&M’s Minis, which were on the paint scheme of Busch’s race-winning #18 Toyota Camry in this past Sunday’s Cup Series race at Pocono Raceway.

These colorful, fun M&M’s Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches are great for summer picnics, race day, and, of course, when you’re celebrating Independence Day on the Fourth of July this Sunday, when Busch is set to run the first Cup Series race at Road America since 1956.

M&M’s Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches are available in stores nationwide.

Tune in to NBC at 2:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, July 3 for the live broadcast of the Henry 180 from Road America. Busch is three for three in the Xfinity Series so far this season. Can he make it four for four?

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