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Rotowire: Feb 25 / 2:12p ET
News: Front Row Motorsports tweeted that they're happy to have Nemechek on board as driver of the No. 34 Ford this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Impact: As regular driver, David Ragan, of the No. 34 FRM Ford heads over to do fill-in duty for the No. 18 Toyota at Joe Gibbs Racing for the injured Kyle Busch, veteran Nemechek steps up and will fill his shoes at FRM this week. The veteran will make his 39th start at Atlanta Motor Speedway this Sunday afternoon.
Rotowire: Feb 17 / 9:24a ET
News: Nemechek will pilot the No. 87 D.A.B. Constructors, Inc. Chevy in this year's NASCAR XFINITY Series season for NEMCO Motorsports, commencing with the Alert Today Florida 300 on February 21 at Daytona International Speedway, NEMCO Motorsports PR reports.
Impact: With 47 cars entered in the Xfinity Series season-opener, Nemechek will have to qualify his No. 87 Chevrolet on lap time during knockout qualifying. This race will kickoff another part-time schedule for Nemechek's team. He started 24th and finished a respectable 12th-place at Daytona one year ago.
Rotowire: Feb 6 / 10:52a ET
News: With the Daytona 500 two weeks away from Sunday, Nemechek is skeptical if his team will field an entry for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season opener, theracingexperts.com reports.
Impact: Funding is tight so Nemechek's team is up in the air as we enter February. The Daytona 500 is in question at this point and the rest of the season. The veteran driver's plans seem focused on the Camping World Truck Series. NEMCO will field cars in all three major touring series of NASCAR, but only as funding permits in the Sprint Cup Series.