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American professional stock car racing driver. Wikipedia
American professional stock car racing driver and team owner. , he competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 18 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing, part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 54 Toyota Supra for JGR, and part-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, driving the No. 51 Toyota Tundra for Kyle Busch Motorsports. Wikipedia
American professional stock car racing driver who competes part-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 96 Toyota Camry for Gaunt Brothers Racing, as well as part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 54 Toyota Supra for Joe Gibbs Racing. Until the 2021 season, Dillon spent his entire NASCAR career driving for Richard Childress Racing and teams affiliated with them, and if not, other Chevrolet teams. Wikipedia
American professional stock car racing team that currently competes in the NASCAR Cup Series, the NASCAR Xfinity Series, the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West and eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series. Co-owned by three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart and Haas Automation founder Gene Haas. Wikipedia
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- At Kansas, Ragan qualified second, his team's best qualifying effort on a non-restrictor plate track, behind pole-sitter Daniel Hemric.
- After the season, JGR signed Daniel Hemric to drive the No. 18 full-time starting in 2021, leaving Herbst without a ride.
- It hosted the USAC Dirt Midget Granite State Legends Cars race on Friday of NASCAR weekend in July 2019, with NASCAR drivers Corey LaJoie and Daniel Hemric participating.
- IndyCar driver James Davison won Stage One, while rookie Daniel Hemric won Stage Two.
- The deal, which was a one-year contract with a possible extension, came after LFR failed to extend Kasey Kahne and after a deal with Daniel Hemric fell through to drive the No. 95 car.
- The event was televised live on Speed Channel with Daniel Hemric of Kannapolis, North Carolina, taking home the top prize of $250,000.
- Larson's heavily damaged No. 42 car took advantage of Jeffrey Earnhardt being spun out by Daniel Hemric on the final lap and limped across the finish line in 25th place, securing him in the top 12.
- Daniel Hemric was the fastest in the final practice session with a time of 30.366 seconds and a speed of 177.830 mph.
- Daniel Hemric had a tire go down and spun and Kyle Larson slammed the wall and caught on fire.
- Daniel Hemric was the fastest in the first practice session with a time of 29.542 seconds and a speed of 182.791 mph.
- Daniel Hemric started the race on pole.
- Daniel Hemric scored the pole for the race with a time of 30.329 and a speed of 178.047 mph.
- In 2020, Earnhardt will share the No. 8 with Daniel Hemric and Jeb Burton.
- Kyle Busch won the first stage and Daniel Suarez spun and collected Daniel Hemric.
- In 2016, Daniel Hemric joined the team, driving the No. 19 California Clean Power/Draw-Tite Ford.
- In the Monster Energy Open, Daniel Hemric started on pole.
- His heavily damaged No. 42 car took advantage of Jeffrey Earnhardt being spun out by Daniel Hemric on the final lap and limped across the finish line in 25th place, securing him in the top 12.
- Custer missed the Final Four by two spots after racing head to head with Daniel Hemric, the next week, Custer put on a clinic by leading the most laps, winning both stages and en route to his first Xfinity win at the Homestead–Miami Speedway in South Florida.
- He remained with JRM and the No. 8 for the 2020 season, sharing the car with Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Daniel Hemric on an 11-race schedule, while also returning to Niece on a two-race slate in the Truck Series.
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