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  • 87 car in seven races in an alliance with NEMCO Motorsports (owned by then-Hendrick driver Joe Nemechek).Hendrick Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • In 2015, Newman made his return to the Truck Series at Kansas, replacing Joe Nemechek to drive the No.Ryan Newman (racing driver)-Wikipedia
  • Räikkönen went on to race in the Nationwide Series at the same track on 28 May driving for Joe Nemechek and NEMCO Motorsports.Kimi Räikkönen-Wikipedia
  • The team employed several temporary substitutes before signing Joe Nemechek to drive the No.Dale Earnhardt, Inc.-Wikipedia
  • After Scott Wimmer and Sterling Marlin failed to qualify in the following weeks, Joe Nemechek was named the permanent driver.Furniture Row Racing-Wikipedia
  • Some NASCAR Cup drivers have come to Vermont circuits to compete against local weekly drivers such as Tony Stewart, Clint Bowyer, Kevin Harvick, Kenny Wallace, and Joe Nemechek.Vermont-Wikipedia
  • Meanwhile, Joe Nemechek took over the No.Front Row Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • For the 2012 season, Elliott joined Joe Nemechek at NEMCO Motorsports to drive the No.Bill Elliott-Wikipedia
  • This car was entered as a safety net for the team's primary driver Joe Nemechek in the 78, should his car not make the race.Kenny Wallace-Wikipedia
  • The NASCAR program has fielded full-time entries for notable drivers including Kyle Petty, Joe Nemechek, Sterling Marlin, Jimmy Spencer, Juan Pablo Montoya and Jamie McMurray.Chip Ganassi Racing-Wikipedia
  • He continued to run the 01 until Martinsville when Joe Nemechek went to drive the 01 to get ready for his ride in 2003.Mike Skinner (racing driver)-Wikipedia
  • His 1992 season was a successful one, and he ended up winning three races (at Lanier, Hickory, and Martinsville respectively), but lost the championship title to Joe Nemechek by three points.Bobby Labonte-Wikipedia
  • He was one of a record-high 10 rookies eligible for the award that year, besting a class that included future Cup stars Joe Nemechek, Jeremy Mayfield, John Andretti, and older brother Ward.Jeff Burton-Wikipedia
  • Michael Waltrip, Joe Nemechek, Jeff Burton and Brett Moffitt were the primary drivers in 2014.Michael Waltrip Racing-Wikipedia
  • After failing to qualify for Darlington and Sonoma, Speed competed in Joe Nemechek's No.Scott Speed-Wikipedia
  • The other primary drivers were Joe Nemechek and Mike Wallace.Michael Waltrip Racing-Wikipedia
  • 15 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 full-time for Ross Chastain, Garrett Smithley, Quin Houff, and Joe Nemechek and the No.Premium Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • On October 22, 2012, the team sold off its Cup Series equipment in an auction to NEMCO Motorsports and Joe Nemechek, with Robinson becoming a partner in the renamed NEMCO-JRR Motorsports.Premium Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • The team is owned by driver Joe Nemechek and his family.NEMCO Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • The 87 returned with Joe Nemechek at Gateway, Iowa, and Kentucky.NEMCO Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • 87 Silverado part-time for Joe Nemechek and Tyler Ankrum.NEMCO Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • 27 Camaro part-time for Reed Sorenson, Ross Chastain, Quin Houff, Joe Nemechek and Ryan SiegPremium Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Nadeau's replacement was Joe Nemechek, who had been released from Haas-Carter Motorsports after his team lost its sponsor Kmart due to bankruptcy and had spent much of the early part of the season substituting for an injured Johnny Benson, Jr. in the No.Hendrick Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Dallenbach would also sub for Joe Nemechek in the Pocono event in 2001.Wally Dallenbach Jr.-Wikipedia
  • 8 Chevrolet Silverado full-time for John Hunter Nemechek, Joe Nemechek, and Angela Ruch, and the No.NEMCO Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • After his surprise win at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte in the 40 Winston Cup car, he won his first NASCAR Busch Series win at the Aaron's 312 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway in October by beating Joe Nemechek and Michael Waltrip on fuel mileage.Jamie McMurray-Wikipedia
  • The team has fielded cars in the past for many NASCAR drivers, including Hall of Famers Jeff Gordon, Mark Martin, Terry Labonte, Darrell Waltrip and Benny Parsons and other notables such as Geoff Bodine, Tim Richmond, Ricky Rudd, Ken Schrader, Ricky Craven, Joe Nemechek, Kyle Busch, Casey Mears, Brian Vickers, Kasey Kahne, and Dale Earnhardt Jr.Hendrick Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Schrader's 1999 season compelled him to leave APR. However, Petree was quick in signing Joe Nemechek and sponsor Oakwood Homes, after Skoal announced it would not be on the #33 for the first time in 21 years.Andy Petree-Wikipedia
  • Veteran Mark Martin, coming off his final year with Roush Racing, was signed drive the car for 23 races (21 points races plus the Budweiser Shootout and Nextel All-Star Challenge) in 2007, with Joe Nemechek moving over to the team's new 13 team.Dale Earnhardt, Inc.-Wikipedia
  • At the following race at Phoenix Shepherd drove Joe Nemechek's No.Morgan Shepherd-Wikipedia

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