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Sentences

Sentences forNEMCO Motorsports

  • Having turned 18 in early May, he resumed his NASCAR career, driving seven Busch Series races in the No. 87 Chevrolet for NEMCO Motorsports.Kyle Busch-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 car was fielded in an alliance between KBM and NEMCO Motorsports, guaranteeing Räikkönen a spot in the field.Kyle Busch Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • He moved up to seventh in the standings the next season with one win, but chose to depart the team at the end of the season for NEMCO Motorsports.Randy LaJoie-Wikipedia
  • The other race he ran that year was Talladega in the NEMCO Motorsports No. 87, attempting to defend his win from the prior year.Timothy Peters-Wikipedia
  • In 2018, Nemechek took over as a driver at NEMCO Motorsports after his son John Hunter moved up to the Xfinity Series with Chip Ganassi Racing.Joe Nemechek-Wikipedia

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