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Ben Kennedy Joins Red Horse Racing

Written by Wednesday, 17 December 2014 11:40

Red Horse Racing announced today that 2014 Sunoco Rookie of the Year Ben Kennedy will join the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team to drive the No. 11 Toyota Tundra. 

"I am very excited to return to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2015 and to be driving for Red Horse Racing," Kennedy said. "The team has a solid foundation in the Camping World Truck Series, celebrating their 10th year in 2015. It will be an honor to drive the No. 11 Toyota Tundra, the winningest number in NASCAR history."

 

Red Horse Racing team owner Tom DeLoach commented, "We are thrilled to have Ben (Kennedy) join us at Red Horse Racing. Ben is a very talented young driver, and I think he is going to fit right into our Red Horse family. We consider ourselves one team with multiple trucks, and I expect to see a lot of success from this organization in 2015."

 

Kennedy began his racing career in quarter-midgets, later graduating to full-sized stock trucks on the short tracks of central Florida. The Daytona Beach native won Pro-Truck championship titles in 2009, and followed with a Super Late Model championship and Rookie of the Year honors in 2010. Kennedy entered the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East in 2011. In 2012, he made history winning the first NASCAR-sanctioned Euro Racecar Series oval track event at Tours Speedway in France. In 2013, Kennedy finished fourth in the K&N Pro Series East championship point standings with two wins, one pole award, three top-five and nine top-10 finishes, and was crowned the series' Most Popular Driver. He entered full-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competition in 2014, starting on the pole for the season-opener at Daytona International Speedway, one top-five and seven top-10 finishes, and claiming Rookie of the Year honors.

 

Founded in 2005, Red Horse Racing will kick off its 10th year of Camping World Truck Series competition in the season-opening NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway on Friday, Feb. 20, 2015.

 

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McCallister Precision Marketing (MPM) and FIndit.net announce a key sponsorship for two drivers in the 2015 season. Findit.net will be sponsoring NASCAR driver, Ted Minor and Southeast Super Truck Series driver, Cole Glasson.
 
Cole Glasson stated, “ To have such a cool product like Findit.net for next year is amazing.  The support of FIndit.net is truly appreciated.   I can’t wait to show my fans and followers how useful this device is. I want to thank MPM Marketing for continuing to pull together key sponsorships like this one to help me continue to progress as a driver. I am excited for what the 2015 season holds for me and the Nesbitt Racing team in the Southeast Super Truck Series. I am also excited to be able to spend some time around Ted Minor and the Cefalia Motorsports team to continue to learn about the upper echelons of racing.”
 
Tonya McCallister stated, “We could not be happier to partner with such a unique product like FindIt.net. We have already been experimenting with all of the applications of the product.” Visit the website at www.findit.net or their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/findit.net to learn more about this awesome Bluetooth product to help you keep track of and find all your lost items.
 
For Ted Minor, having Findit.net on board for another season will mean more races for him.  “I am elated to have Findit.net return as a sponsor for 2015.  This will allow us to compete in even more Camping World Truck Series races next season.  It is nice to be affiliated with a product such as Findit.net.  Our hope is to help brand them in motorsports with some of the sports most loyal fans.”
 
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After running seven NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races in 2014, SS Green Light Racing is pleased to announce that Ray Black Jr. will run the full NCWTS schedule for the Mooresville based team in 2015 driving the No. 07 ScubaLife Chevrolet Silverado.

 

"We’ve got the full NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on the schedule for 2015 and I am excited about that,” an exuberant Black said. “I’m ready to get started now!”

 

ScubaLife will be the primary sponsor for Black’s No. 07 Dive Truck with support from NASE Worldwide and CDA Technical Institute.

 

The Florida native will run for the NCWTS Rookie of the Year award. “Hopefully we can make something happen in the Rookie of the Year battle, but I know there will be other strong rookies contending for it so it’s going to be tough. We’ll go out there and run as we can and have clean races and finish races. We’ll let the dice roll and see how they land.”

 

“I’ve waited a long time for this opportunity and now that it’s official I can’t wait to get it going. I couldn’t be more happy for the team; it’s a great group of guys that I really enjoy being around,” Black continued.

 

Black started in motorsports at age 14 racing in the Florida Mini Cup Racing Association (FMCRA). After a couple seasons, he progressed through the asphalt ranks running in the Advance Auto Parts Pro Truck series and various late model series throughout the Southeastern United States. In 2014 Ray ran several late model races in addition to his limited NCWTS schedule where he proved his consistency behind the wheel finishing 6 of 7 races and completing over 92% of total possible laps.

 

SS Green Light Racing owner Bobby Dotter is looking forward to working with Black again, “I was pleasantly surprised with how well Ray picked up the heavier trucks. He’s a quick learner and the whole SS Green Light Racing team is looking forward to working with him next season. He’s really a down to earth, nice kid and I’m excited about next year.”

 

One of the most tenured teams in all of NASCAR racing, the SS Green Light Racing team has run 335 consecutive NCWTS races, a streak that dates back to 2001.

 

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GMS Racing, currently fielding multiple teams in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) as well as in the Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA) Racing Series, will have a new place to call home.

 

GMS Racing announced today that the team’s race operations will move from their current location in Charlotte to Statesville, N.C. at the end of the year. GMS Racing’s new address will be 310 Aviation Drive in Statesville. This location formerly housed Richard Petty Motorsports.

 

The new facility is a sizeable expansion of space from the current location in Charlotte that will allow for growth in race operations as well as further opportunities to increase performance development potential. The new shop will allow for GMS Racing to be an all-in-one facility for the growing team, and allowing the team to have additional space for engineering and simulation.

 

“We needed a new location that allowed for more space to increase our performance,” said Nic Moncher, team manager of GMS Racing. “We continue to invest into race operations to improve our potential and performance both on and off the track. It all starts in the race shop, and having the best resources and assets, in addition to our team of employees.”

 

The team acquired three industrial buildings located adjacent to the Statesville Regional Airport in October. The three buildings that once housed Richard Petty Motorsports and Evernham Motorsports totals 157,743 square feet.

 

The new site will be the home of GMS Racing’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series teams as well as their ARCA Racing Series team.

 

By January 2015, all of GMS Racing's race teams will be able to call the campus home.

 

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Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) announced today that veteran crew chief Jerry Baxter will move over to call the shots for the back-to-back reigning NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Owner's Champion No. 51 team and the addition of Shannon Rursch as crew chief for Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate Justin Boston's full-time effort for 2015 in the No. 54 Tundra. The two join Ryan "Rudy" Fugle, who was previously announced as the crew chief for Erik Jones' full-time campaign next season behind the wheel of the No. 4 Tundra, as the signal callers for the team's three-truck effort next season.

 

Baxter joined KBM at the beginning of 2013 and served as crew chief for the No. 54 Tundra team with Darrell Wallace Jr. the last two seasons. Under the veteran's guidance, Wallace Jr. finished third in the Truck Series championship standings in 2014 and led all series regulars in wins (4), laps led (623), driver rating (109.5) and fastest laps run (280). Combined in two seasons, the duo posted five wins, three poles, 963 laps led, 14 top-five and 26 top-10 finishes across 44 starts. The California native, who will be one of six members that will be inducted into the West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame in 2015, will have team owner-driver Kyle Busch, Daniel Suarez and Matt Tifft sharing the seat of his No. 51 Tundra next season.

 

"Jerry came to KBM with a history of success working with young drivers and Darrell thrived under his tutelage the last two seasons," said Busch. "Now, he'll get the chance to mentor Daniel (Suarez) and Matt (Tifft) -- two more young guys with a lot of potential -- and with Eric's (Phillips) departure he and Rudy will take on some added responsibility on the competition side."

 

"I'm proud of what we were able to accomplish with Darrell the last two seasons and looking forward to the opportunity to be able to continue to run up front and challenge for wins with Daniel, Matt and Kyle next year," Baxter said. "Kyle really puts a lot into this team -- not just as an owner, but as a driver and a teammate -- and I'm really excited about the opportunity to not only work with him in the development of two more talented young drivers, but to now also be able to work directly with him as his crew chief for his four races next year."

 

Rursch comes to KBM from Turner Scott Motorsports (TSM), where he most recently served as crew chief for the No. 31 team in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. In addition to his time atop the pit box for the Nationwide Series team in 2014, he collected three top-10 finishes in four starts calling the shots for TSM in select Truck Series events last season. The Iowa native is a 2004 graduate of the NASCAR Technical Institute (NTI) and upon his promotion in July became the first alumnus of the school to be named a crew chief in one of NASCAR's top three divisions. The 10-year veteran of the sport got his start as a mechanic at Sadler Racing in 2004 and then served as a car chief at Evernham Motorsports, Phoenix Racing and Robby Gordon Motorsports before moving to the same position at TSM in 2010.   

 

"Shannon is highly praised among his peers in the garage and before being promoted to the crew chief position last season had gained valuable experience as a car chief for several seasons working alongside some very smart people," Busch said. "While we had a very successful 2014 season, we know that the rest of the Truck Series will be gunning for us next year and in order to remain on top we need to continually improve our equipment and have a forward-thinking approach. We feel like bringing in a talented individual with a fresh perspective like Shannon and teaming him up with Jerry and Rudy, who have been key players in our recent accomplishments, will help us achieve continued success."

 

"I'm really honored to be joining KBM -- an organization that has a proven track record of being able to win races and championships," Rursch said. "I'm looking forward to the opportunity to come in and learn what has made them so successful and hopefully bring a few things to the table. I don't see any reason why Justin can't go out and win some races and be a leading contender for the Rookie of the Year Award with the equipment we have in place and the resources available to us  from Toyota."

 

In 2014, KBM set a Truck Series record for wins by an organization in a single season with 14. The team's trio of Tundras will tackle the 2015 Truck Series season beginning with the NextEra Energy Resources 200 at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway on Feb. 21.

 

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Professional stock car driver, Justin Boston (“JBoss”) is revving up to celebrate the spirit of the holidays in Music City style. JBoss will appear as one of the first NASCAR participants to join the 2014 Christmas 4 Kids Bus Tour (a division of Christmas For Kids, Inc.) scheduled to be held Monday, December 15, 2014 at the Hendersonville, TN Wal*Mart (located at 204 North Anderson Lane) from 5:00PM-9:00PM.  Enthusiastic fans will board the bus where JBoss will “meet and greet” each and everyone sharing a warm handshake, welcoming hug and sign autographs.

“I’m honored to have been selected to participate in such a generous and worthwhile event,” stated JBoss. “It’s refreshing to see so many talented people willing to offer their time and talents and I'm trying to do my part during this holiday season to spread some cheer with the children and their families.”

Christmas 4 Kids was established to spread the Christmas joy to hundreds of Middle Tennessee children that might not otherwise experience it.  Local businesses, volunteers, celebrities and their bus drivers set aside two days from their busy schedules for these special children.  The bus tour supports the big shopping spree the following day, when over 400 children are chauffeured on the buses and chaperoned by spirited volunteers.  Each child is given $150.00 to purchase items on their personal gift or wish list.  In addition, each child is gifted a brand new coat from Christmas 4 Kids.  

JBoss joins an elite group of celebrities on the bus tour [including platinum-recording artist Hunter Hayes, chart-topping country artist Brian White, Pop/AC newcomer Stephen Hunley and MLB Oakland A’s pitcher Blake Hassebrock to name a few] inviting fans alike, children and adults, to make personal introductions with his/her idols and tour traveling “home-away-from-home” buses. Past Christmas 4 Kids participants have included Taylor Swift, Trace Adkins, Montgomery Gentry, Darryl Worley, Gretchen Wilson and many more.  For a small donation, fans can explore nearly 30 recording artists’ tour buses.  [Suggested donations: Single Adult - $5.00 / Single Child (ages 2 to 12) - $2.00 / Children ages 2 and under – Free / Family package - $20.00]

JBoss’ “tis the season” sentiment follows suit to a decorated 2014 racing season. The 25-year-old rising star finished his sophomore year in ARCA 5th place (with two first-place wins to his credit), seven top 5’s and thirteen Top 10’s. He also made his NCWTS and NNS debuts recording a stellar 9th place finish at Kentucky Speedway. JBoss recently announced his 2015 racing plans and will be competing full-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for Kyle Busch Motorsports.

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John Hunter Nemechek Wins Snowball Derby

Written by Monday, 08 December 2014 10:52

John Hunter Nemechek raced to the win taking the 47th Annual Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Fla. today in his third start in the event.

 

Nemechek, who took the lead at lap 286, was not to be dismissed in his second of two races at Five Flags this weekend. He finished second in the Snowflake 100 which had finished mere hours earlier but with a gutsy pit call and undeniable talent, the rising star brought home his crowning achievement in the Pensacola win.

 

"We definitely had a good car and made the right adjustments all day and when we got up towards the front we figured out that we had a very good race car." Nemechek said.

 

Nemechek, who started racing in quarter midgets at age five, has made a steady progression and has had much success along the way including winning 15 of 18 races en route to the Allison Legacy Touring Series Championship in 2013. Competing in his NEMCO Motorsports late model is a by-design initiative that has been fundamental in his development. Competing in his second Snowflake and third Snowball event, he relied on his previous experience there as well as the momentum from his most recent win in the All-American 400 at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville (Tenn.) on November 1.

 

"It's an amazing feeling to be able to win the Snowball Derby and have a bunch of our family here - I'm pretty much speechless, Nemechek continued."

 

Other Pro Late Model Series wins for Nemechek this season include Watermelon Capital Speedway (Cordele, Ga.) on January 26, Milwaukee (Wis.) Mile on June 8 and Lucas Oil Raceway (Indianapolis, Ind.) on September 28.

 

Nemechek also competed on a limited-schedule in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series where in just 10 starts, he earned an impressive six top-10 finishes including a top-five run at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Plans for 2015 include a similar late model program as well as returning to his No. 8 SWM-NEMCO Motorsports entry in truck series action. At age 17, Nemechek is restricted to running on tracks 1.25-miles or less and the road course. Turning 18 on June 11, he will finish out the remainder of the truck series schedule beginning with Kentucky Speedway on July 9, 2015.

 

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It's as easy as one, two, three. At least that is what 18-year-old Kyle Busch Motorsports' (KBM) driver Erik Jones will be repeating to himself until the checkered flag waves at the conclusion of the 47th running of the Snowball Derby Super Late Model race at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Fla. this Sunday, Dec. 7.

With his victory in last year's event, Jones became just the third different driver to record back-to-back Snowball Derby victories. Now, the talented youngster will look to 'build' on an already impressive resume as he takes flight in his No. 51 Phoenix Construction Toyota Camry this weekend looking to make history as the first driver in the history of the prestigious race to score a hat trick and collect the Tom Dawson Trophy in three consecutive years.

 

Rich Bickle, who collected a record five Derby victories, put together consecutive wins in both 1990-1991 and 1998-1999. Bickle finished 36th in his attempt at a hat trick in 1992 and did not enter the 2000 event. Augie Grill brought home the Tom Dawson Trophy in 2007 and 2008, but after leading 67 laps of the 2009 event was involved in accident and relegated to a 31st-place finish.

 

"The Snowball Derby is a very special race to me -- that first win in 2012 is what really

jump-started my career." Jones stated. "To go back now for the third time and have the chance to become the first driver to win in three consecutive years is just unfathomable. I've been able to match some of the records that have been set by other legends in the short track world, but to break one would be the ultimate accomplishment."

 

Jones entered his first Snowball Derby in 2012 as a relatively unknown 16-year-old from Byron, Mich. driving for his family-owned team. After a challenging year behind the wheel, he was questioning what his future would hold after the December race.  In the closing laps of the 45th running of the prestigious Super Late Model race, the hot shoe drove around NASCAR superstar Kyle Busch to capture the victory that will forever mark the turning point in his growing career.

 

Shortly after Jones' Derby triumph, Busch signed the teenager to co-drive the No. 51 KBM Toyota Tundra in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. The racing prodigy has capitalized on his part-time schedule the last two seasons, collecting four wins and two pole awards across just 17 starts while contributing to the team's back-to-back Truck Series Owner's Championships.  

 

In addition to his successful Truck Series campaign in 2014, Jones was signed by Joe Gibbs Racing for a three-race schedule in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, where he yielded top-10 finishes in each start. He also went two-for-two behind the wheel of KBM's Super Late Model, winning the Howie Lettow Memorial at the Milwaukee Mile in June and collecting his second consecutive Winchester 400 victory and Winchester (Ind.) Speedway in October.  

 

"2014 was a great season for me -- the guys at KBM did a great job building fast race cars and trucks for every event we entered and it was a great next step in my racing career to be able to compete in a few Nationwide Series races with Joe Gibbs Racing," Jones said. "We were able to get a few more wins in the Truck Series, had solid runs in the Nationwide Series and went undefeated in the late model. I hope we can keep that undefeated streak going this weekend at the Derby. The goal is always to be on the lead lap and in the top 10 on lap 50. If you can do that you have a shot at the win."

 

Jones will kick off the week of Snowball Derby events on Wednesday for the Cat Country/WEAR TV3 Green Flag party, where he will draw his spot in the qualifying session for the Snowball Derby. Thursday he will strap into the No. 51 Phoenix Construction Toyota Camry for the first time during practice from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. CST. Friday will continue with practice and WXBM Pole Position Snowball Qualifying at 6 p.m. More practice will take place early on Saturday and the green flag will drop for the 47th Annual Snowball Derby 300 at 2 p.m. on Sunday Dec. 6.

 

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Looking back at GMS Racing 2014 season

Written by Tuesday, 02 December 2014 15:45

It's been an exciting year for GMS Racing, along with drivers Joey Coulter, Grant Enfinger, Spencer Gallagher, Max Gresham and Brandon Jones.

 

The 2014 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season was one of transition as well as accomplishment for GMS Racing. Even amidst all of the new elements, GMS Racing worked tirelessly to remain consistent week-in and week-out.

 

In the team’s first season with a full-time entry in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, GMS Racing welcomed new partners, new paint schemes and some new venues. These new partners were featured on all of the GMS Racing teams. The No. 21 Chevrolet Silverado driven by Coulter featured Allegiant Travel as its primary sponsor and Vertx joined as associate sponsor on the truck for 2014. Once again driven by Gallagher, the No. 23 Chevrolet Silverado team welcomed the return of Allegiant Travel as the primary sponsor in addition to Alamo Rent A Car. Other new additions included the No. 33 Chevrolet Silverado team, driven by Jones, which included sponsorship of Russell and ColdZone Refrigeration.

 

The second-year NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team displayed natural proficiency at the new venues added to their race lineup in the full season.

 

Over the course of the 22-race season, Coulter posted three top-five finishes and 10 top-10 finishes. Coulter finished seventh in the 2014 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship standings, competing in his fourth full-time consecutive NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season.

 

During his first year with GMS Racing, Gresham posted one top-10 finish in his five-race limited schedule with the team. The driver of the No. 23 AmWINS Group, Inc. Chevrolet Silverado finished seventh at the Texas Motor Speedway in his season finale race with GMS Racing for the 2014 season.

 

Jones, a newcomer to GMS Racing in October and the driver of the No. 33 Chevrolet Silverado, entered two events under the GMS Racing banner, posting at 32nd result at the Martinsville Speedway and a 12th–place finish at the Phoenix International Raceway.

 

Gallagher produced solid results and offered much promise throughout the course of the 10-month season in both the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and the Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA) Racing Series, earning top-five finishes in both series. The Las Vegas native's best effort in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season included a third-place result at the Talladega Superspeedway in October.

 

Gallagher earned his career-first ARCA Racing Series win at Kansas Speedway in October, celebrating his first victory with GMS Racing. The result was the third victory of the season for the team.

 

Enfinger finished second in the 2014 ARCA Racing Series championship, racking up six wins over the 20-race season, where he overcame adversity, and created milestones along the way. Enfinger claimed GMS Racing’s first team victory.  The ARCA Racing Series season saw the two-car team post three wins  and produce nine top-five finishes as well as 11 top-10 finishes among drivers Grant Enfinger, Spencer Gallagher and Scott Sheldon.

 

As GMS Racing looks ahead to the 2015 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and ARCA Racing Series season, the team is motivated by its consistency and strong performance, as well as the new challenges the New Year will bring. GMS Racing will be reunited with Chevrolet as the iconic manufacturer seeks out their 200th win for the brand in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competition.

 

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As the tuxedos are pressed and accolades awarded in Las Vegas this week, another crop of rising stars are eyeing an award that, on their level, is another stepping stone to one day gracing the stage as a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion.

 

Like NASCAR greats, Darrell Waltrip, Donnie Allison and Kyle Busch before them, John Hunter Nemechek and some 60 other drivers are heading to Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Fla. for the 47th running of the Snowball Derby in the hopes of adding this coveted milestone to their resumes.

 

With four wins in his Pro Late Model Series Chevy this season thus far, the 17-year old Nemechek looks to add to that column with a win in Saturday's Snowflake 100, but his crowning achievement would certainly be to bring home the win in Sunday's 300-lap Snowball Derby Super Late Model Series event at Five Flags Speedway.

 

"Our main focus is to win," Nemechek said. "We don't go to run second, so we're going down there full force and giving it our best to take both wins home. There are a lot of veterans out there who have run it (Snowball Derby) for more years than I have, so they have more experience running the race than I do, but it's all about how fast you go, how well you manage your tires, and how you get to the end and survive. It's all a patience game throughout the race."

 

Nemechek, who started racing in quarter midgets at age five, has made a steady progression and has had much success along the way including winning 15 of 18 races en route to the Allison Legacy Touring Series Championship in 2013. Competing in his NEMCO Motorsports late model is a by-design initiative that has been fundamental in his development. Competing in his second Snowflake and third Snowball event, he will rely on the benefit of his previous experience there as well as the momentum from his most recent win in the All-American 400 at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville (Tenn.) on November 1.

 

"Every win is a special win and we've been very deliberate about the races we've run and the effort we put behind our program," Nemechek commented. "Winning the All-American 400 was definitely on our hit list but looking at this weekend's opportunity - it's definitely at the top of the list. I mean all the history that has gone down there, getting your name in the record books with Darrell Waltrip and all those guys who have raced down there and won the race, it would definitely mean a lot to me."

 

Nemechek's previous results at Five Flags include a second-place finish in last year's Snowflake as well as a 10th and fifth-place finish in the Snowball in 2012 and 2013 respectively.

 

Other Pro Late Model Series wins for Nemechek this season include Watermelon Capital Speedway (Cordele, Ga.) on January 26, Milwaukee (Wis.) Mile on June 8 and Lucas Oil Raceway (Indianapolis, Ind.) on September 28.

 

Nemechek also competed on a limited-schedule in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series where in just 10 starts, he earned an impressive six top-10 finishes including a top-five run at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Plans for 2015 include a similar late model program as well as returning to his No. 8 SWM-NEMCO Motorsports entry in truck series action. At age 17, Nemechek is restricted to running on tracks 1.25-miles or less and the road course. Turning 18 on June 11, he will finish out the remainder of the truck series schedule beginning with Kentucky Speedway on July 9, 2015.

 

NEMCO PR

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