Timmy Hill hit the century-mark in NASCAR Cup Series starts in the Alsco Uniforms 500 Thursday (May 28). Hill started the 312-mile race in 34th and finished 33rd, becoming the … Continue Reading Timmy Hill completes 100th Cup Series race
Forty teams are entered for the second annual Bank of America Roval 400 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course race. Since NASCAR allows 40 drivers to start in a … Continue Reading 40 drivers entered for Bank of America ROVAL 400
NASCAR veteran Joe Nemechek is enjoying his return to the elite series of stock car racing. Nemechek has competed in two races this season for Premium Motorsports, reuniting with team … Continue Reading Joe Nemechek ‘having fun’ in Cup return, eyes more races
HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Tyler Reddick claimed the win—and NASCAR Xfinity Series title—Saturday at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Reddick led the final 37 laps, passing fellow championship contender Christopher Bell for the lead. … Continue Reading Reddick becomes 29th different Xfinity Series champion
Furniture Row Racing spent most of its existence as a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race team. Team owner Barney Visser decided to start the race team in 2005 and … Continue Reading The rise and fall of Furniture Row Racing
Furniture Row Racing will stop fielding their No. 78 Toyota in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2018, according to news release from the team Tuesday. The team cited … Continue Reading Furtniure Row Racing done after 2018
Sauter has been in the NASCAR top ranks for 15 years in is currently the fifth-oldest full-time competitor in the series at 40 years old. Matt Crafton is 42, Jennifer Jo Cobb is 45, Joe Nemechek is 54 and Norm Benning is 66.
NASCAR Truck Series team owner/driver Joe Nemechek would not mind competing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series if the opportunity arose. The days of his team, NEMCO Motorsports, fielding … Continue Reading Nemechek open to running in Cup Series
Collectively, Nemechek drove the No. 8 Chevrolet Truck to its ninth top-10 finish in 14 races this season.
“Everything’s based on funding,” he said. “Right now, the Truck team is definitely priority.”
“[Kevin] made a phone call to me, saying he needed help, and I said OK,” Nemechek said.