Brad Keselowski's Miller Lite "Blue Deuce" will salute NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee Rusty Wallace this weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Keselowski's No. 2 Miller Lite Dodge will carry the color scheme made famous by Wallace when he piloted the car during his Sprint Cup Series career with Penske Racing.
The car, which will carry the same design he won his 50th career cup race with, was unveiled Thursday in Victory Lane at Bristol with Wallace in attendance.
"The 50th win car is very special to both Rusty and to Penske Racing, but it's special to me as well," Keselowski said. "We have the opportunity to recreate that feel in a sense of sweeping the season at Bristol."
Wallace won nine times at Bristol, including his 50th career win in 2000.
"That was an amazing night," Wallace said. "I'll never forget that night."
"There is going to be a lot of race fans here in my age bracket that pulled like hell for that car."
During his time in the No. 2 Miller-sponsored car, Wallace accumulated 37 wins, 145 top-five finishes, 252 top-10 results, while leading a total of 15,012 laps.
Wallace won 55 races in his career with the previous 18 wins coming behind the wheel of the No. 27 for Raymond Beadle.
Wallace will be inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame next February 8, 2013.