John Hunter Nemechek – No. 4 Fire Alarm Services Tundra Camping World Trucks Daytona Preview

John Hunter Nemechek will make his much anticipated Kyle Busch Motorsports debut driving the No. 4 Fire Alarm Services Tundra Friday night in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season-opening event at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.

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He’s Got the Sauce: Ridgefield, CT’s Anthony Alfredo Ready For Step Up to Cup

Connecticut’s Anthony Alfredo admits that if someone told him a year ago that he’d be a NASCAR Cup Series rookie in 2021, he probably wouldn’t have believed it. But on the cusp of his Cup debut in the Feb. 14 Daytona 500, he’s glad for the opportunity. “I’m just so thankful,” said Alfredo, driver of the No. 38 Front Row Motorsports Ford, in a Friday media teleconference.

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John Hunter Nemechek Post-Race Report: Bristol

 ‌  ‌  ‌ Track: Bristol Motor Speedway, 0.5 Mile Oval Race: 9 of 38 Event: Supermarket Heroes 500 (266.5 miles, 500 laps) John Hunter Nemechek No. 38 Scag Power Equipment Ford Mustang Started: 18th Finished: 13th Stage One: 19th Stage Two: 11th Stage Three: 13th John Hunter Nemechek started Sunday’s “Supermarket Heroes 500” at Bristol Motor Speedway in the 18th position. The balance of his No. 38 Scag Power Equipment Ford Mustang was decent, but Nemechek radioed multiple times that he needed to be freer, noting that track position was a challenge at Bristol. Crew Chief…

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John Hunter Nemechek Post Race Report: Darlington 2

 ‌  ‌  ‌ Track: Darlington Raceway, 1.36 Mile Oval Race: 6 of 38 Event: Toyota 500 (311.4 miles, 228 laps) John Hunter Nemechek No. 38 Scag Power Equipment Ford Mustang Started: 12th Finished: 35th Stage One: 39th Stage Two: 37th Stage Three: 35th Following an impressive finish in Sunday’s race and an inverted starting lineup, John Hunter Nemechek started Wednesday’s “Toyota 500” at Darlington Raceway in 12th position. Trouble came early for the Sunoco Rookie-of-the-Year candidate with a spin on Lap 2, which caused heavy damage to the rear of the car. Nemechek would spin again…

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Daytona Bits: New Faces in the Cup Series

Christopher Bell, Cole Custer, Tyler Reddick, Quin Houff, Brennan Poole and John Hunter Nemechek make up a talented NASCAR Cup Series rookie class for 2020. The last driver to win the DAYTONA 500 in their first start was Trevor Bayne in 2011.

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