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It’s been a frustrating start to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs for John Hunter Nemechek, but the most important thing is he is still in them.
The first round of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs draws to a close with Saturday’s Fred’s 250 at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway.
John Hunter Nemechek was not going to be denied.
Here's a look back at the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series weekend at Michigan International Speedway and also a close finish at Gateway Motorsports Park for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
There could be a pair of Nemecheks racing against each other at Daytona International Speedway next month.
John Hunter Nemechek's title chances took a bit of hit this morning when NASCAR released this week's penalty report.
While the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series was off, the Xfinity and Truck teams took to Iowa Speedway for a standalone weekend.
One year ago, John Hunter Nemechek wasn’t old enough to race at Kansas Speedway – now he remarkably leads the NASCAR Truck Series on its return.
Kyle Busch finally collected his first grandfather clock at Martinsville Speedway — but it wasn’t in timely fashion.
Mention the name John Hunter Nemechek, and the first thing that comes to mind is not that he’s a two-time winner in the Camping World Truck Series or at 18 years, eight months and 16 days, the youngest driver to win in one of NASCAR’s top three tours at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
This time, John Hunter Nemechek got to celebrate his victory in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Two crew members required medical attention when John Hunter Nemechek spun his burning Late Model car into his pit stall at the conclusion of the 2015 Snowball Derby.
With the 21st NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (CWTS) season complete, here's a look at the five most impressive drivers from 2015.
At an early age, John Hunter Nemechek learned the brutal reality of racing.
As others around him ran out of fuel, 18-year-old John Hunter Nemechek was able to get to the line and win for the first time in his Camping World Truck Series career.
The Nemecheks will campaign trucks with ECR power.
Race to be held in Georgia January 24 and 25th.
Takes pole, leas 294 of 300 laps in late model event.
NEMCO Motorsports signs 19-year-old Canadian for next season.
Kyle Busch has won six of the eight CWTS races he's entered in this year.