Friedman Law Firm Joins the #66 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Team Under the Lights at Richmond International Raceway

The #66 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Team is proud to announce that the Friedman Law Firm, based in Richmond, Virginia, has signed on as primary sponsor for the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway.


Company founder, Rick Friedman says, “Friedman Law Firm is built on passion and competitiveness. It's part of who we are as a firm. We are thrilled to partner with IVR and Joe Nemechek for the Sprint Cup Series race at RIR. Many of our current and potential clients are enthusiastic and loyal NASCAR fans, and this sponsorship provides us a special opportunity to connect with the massive NASCAR audience here in Virginia.”


Joe Nemechek says, “I am very excited to be representing the Friedman Law Firm at Richmond, it is one of my favorite tracks and I think we can run really well there.”


“I am very happy to have Rick Friedman and The Friedman Law Firm partner with us for the Richmond Race. It is very important that the #66 Team continues to show progress over the last 11 races of the season and Mr. Friedman’s support could not come at a better time,” says Jay Robinson, Team Manager.


About Friedman Law Firm: Friedman Law Firm, P.C., is a Richmond, VA based law firm that represents clients worldwide in Virginia divorce and family law cases. Since 2001, the company's founder, Rick Friedman, has dedicated his career to helping clients resolve their Virginia-based divorce and family law issues while receiving such recognitions as SuperLawyer, Top 100 Litigators in Virginia, and Virginia Legal Elite. He built a team of professionals that share his goal of providing the highest level of service.


For more information on Friedman Law Firm, P.C., please call 804.717.1969 or visit


The SWM NASCAR Camping World #8 Truck Comes Home to Texas

Texas Motor Speedway - WinStar World Casino & Resort 400

June 6, 2014

MD Anderson Cancer Center/Smoke -N- Sear No. 8 Toyota Tundra


As Joe Nemechek and his SWM-NEMCO Motorsports team travel to the backyard of the SWM campus, they will once again give The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center a high-speed salute as they sport the MD Anderson logo on their No. 8 Toyota Tundra in this weekend's WinStar World Casino & Resort 400 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event at Texas Motor Speedway. MD Anderson is working towards 'Making Cancer History' with their advanced medical treatments and research.


Sid Mauldin, owner of SWM Gun Runners located in Pampa, TX and partner in SWM-NEMCO Motorsports, is currently receiving treatment at MD Anderson located in Houston, TX. Carrying the logo gives him the opportunity to share his experience with the NASCAR community while showing support for the facility that has provided such impeccable care.


"We have an excellent opportunity to thank MD Anderson by highlighting them on the hood of our race truck this weekend and I want to further thank them for all of their wonderful care," Mauldin explained. "Dr. David Hong and his staff in the Targeted Therapy Department have gone above and beyond for me and I want everyone in the racing community to know there is an incredible resource in MD Anderson should they ever find themselves having to battle this horrible disease."


Nemechek and his SWM-NEMCO team will race a brand new truck in the WinStar World Casino & Resort 400 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race. Relying on support from their Toyota racing family, the team looks for continued improvement as they enter their sixth event of the season.


"We're looking forward to heading to Texas this weekend where our co-owners, Sid and Dawna Mauldin, call home and have their business so we're really motivated to do well in their 'stomping grounds’,” said Joe Nemechek, driver of the #8 MD Anderson Cancer Center/Smoke -N- Sear Toyota Tundra.  “We're having a great time running the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and coming off the weekend we had with John Hunter at Dover last week, everyone on the team is excited and ready to go.”


Nemechek has a total of 42 NASCAR starts at Texas Motor Speedway but this will be his first in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He has one win at TMS - in the NASCAR Nationwide (then Busch Grand National) Series race on March 29, 2003


“I've always enjoyed running at Texas and we have a win and a few top-five finishes there so it'll be exciting to race it for the first time in a truck. Racing is definitely a momentum sport and we're gaining on it every weekend. Not just in finishes, but in knowledge and confidence,” added Nemechek.  “Hopefully we can continue to get the word out about the great folks at MD Anderson and give them a solid run and good finish Friday night."


Nemechek is sharing the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule with his 16-year old son, John Hunter, who finished a career-best sixth at Dover International Speedway this past weekend.  It was the younger Nemechek's first time racing on the track in Dover and only fourth career start in the series.  John Hunter Nemechek leads the "friendly family challenge" with his best finish being the sixth at Dover, to his father's eighth at Daytona. The team sits seventh in the NCWTS owner's standings - a mere nine points out of second.


Next week, John Hunter Nemechek returns to the seat of the No. 8 Toyota Tundra for the Drivin' for Linemen 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, IL. At age 16, Nemechek is limited to tracks of 1.25 miles or less.



Driver Track Start Finish Owner's Standings
Joe Nemechek Daytona Int'l. Speedway 13 8 8th
John Hunter Nemechek Martinsville Speedway 20 11 10th
Joe Nemechek Kansas Speedway 16 9 8th
Joe Nemechek Charlotte Motor Speedway 16 11 7th
John Hunter Nemechek Dover Int'l. Speedway 7 6 7th


Stay current with both Nemecheks by following them on Twitter: @FrontRowJoe87 and @JohnNemechek. Websites: and


Kansas Farm Bureau in fast lane at Kansas Speedway

KFB is primary sponsor on #66 car driven by Joe Nemechek.


Manhattan, Kansas – As the Joe Nemechek #66 car accelerates around Kansas Speedway for the Kansas 400 Sprint Cup race this Saturday, it will carry Kansas Farm Bureau’s ‘Voice of Agriculture’ message on each lap.


“The #66 team is proud to carry the Farm Bureau badge for the Kansas race,” driver Joe Nemechek said. “We love to come to this beautiful state, and agriculture is such a huge part of Kansas, it just makes sense that the #66 helps carry that message here.”


The farm-grown ethanol powered race car will help show race fans and a huge television audience the importance of agriculture, from growing the food they enjoy, to the clothing they wear, to the high octane ethanol powering the cars around the track.


“This sponsorship represents the hard-working farm and ranch families in rural Kansas,” said Kansas Farm Bureau President Steve Baccus. “We are pleased to work with the #66 team to illustrate both the professionalism of our farmer and rancher members and an excellent race team.”


The Identity Ventures Racing team will also don Kansas Farm Bureau ‘Voice of Agriculture’ apparel during its time in Kansas.



Smoke -N- Sear™ to be Featured on Nemechek’s No. 87 Camry at Talladega

NEMCO Motorsports today announced England’s Stove Works, Inc.’s new Smoke -N- Sear™ product line will take the primary sponsorship role on Joe Nemechek’s No. 87 Toyota Camry for this Saturday’s Aaron’s 312 NASCAR Nationwide Series event at Talladega Superspeedway.


The company formally introduced its newest product line, ‘Smoke -N- Sear’ ™ in March of this year in order to highlight its latest product offerings, which include a pellet grill/smoker, as well as accessories such as cooking pellets, a branded grill cover, and rub and sauce products.


“Last year, we introduced our pellet grill, which was the result of several years of R&D,” said Carroll Hudson, President and CEO of England’s Stove Works.  “Ron England (the company’s co-founder and current Chairman of the Board) introduced the grill idea for our company, and as it developed, things like rubs and sauces naturally followed.  To promote it through our NASCAR partnership with Joe Nemechek is also a natural.”


The grill, which is based on a patented design, actually has a direct cooking area on one side (over a cast grate) and an indirect cooking area on the other side (over nickel plated grates).  This makes the product a grill and a smoker, and even leaves room near the top for convection-heated warming racks. It is also one-of-a-kind in that it has been safety tested to UL 2728.


“We’re in our fifth year of carrying the products of England’s Stove Works and what better race than Talladega to get the word out about their Smoke -N- Sear™ product line,” Nemechek explained.  “Talladega is well-known for its very passionate group of campers and with the push of one button; they can be grilling, smoking or both.  This is a perfect fit for the NASCAR fan and will give campers and tailgaters the freedom to get on with their other festivities.”


With 19 NASCAR Nationwide Series starts at the 2.66-mile oval, Nemechek boasts two wins, five poles, seven top-five and eight top-10 finishes.  With a strong showing at the season’s first restrictor plate race in Daytona, Nemechek looks for a solid run and finish in his Smoke -N- Sear™ Camry.


England’s Stove Works, Inc. (ESW), based in Monroe, VA, is a family-owned business that was started by Bob and Ron England more than 35 years ago.  Ron England is the current Chairman of the Board.  ESW manufactures pellet, multi-fuel and wood heating stoves – and now pellet grills - and sells its product nationwide.


More information on the Smoke -N- Sear line can be found at


Tag Team with John Hunter Racing Trucks



Father and Son Nemecheks Announce a Full Truck Season For SWM-NEMCO Racing


For Immediate Release - Mooresville NC – SWM-NEMCO Motorsports today announced unprecedented plans for father and son Joe and John Hunter Nemechek to share a tag-team single season of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for 2014.


This move allows the #8 truck, owned by SWM-NEMCO Racing, to run the whole season with John Hunter racing the 10 races at all the tracks that NASCAR allows at his age of 16. His dad, Joe will be mounting a campaign at racing the other 12.  John Hunter will be running a combo of short track and one mile ovals, coupled with a road course and a dirt track. “Front Row Joe” will be taking the balance of the season at the larger tracks and super speedways. In the elite club of a few drivers with more than 1000 starts, only seven of those starts have been in a truck, with a best finish of 2nd place for the senior Nemechek.


Sponsorship partners are in process for supporting the Father-Son #8 NASCAR Camping World Truck entry along with primary principle supporter


Full release here.


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