Caught up in the “Big One” in Dega – On to Nashville

“Typical Talladega race. Wrecks, wrecks, wrecks and we were in one of them with 30 to go. Ended up 24th for the day. Hate it for me and my partner in the race Josh Wise. We worked great together and it was pretty cool talking to him while we were racing. On to Nashville next week. Thanks for everyone’s support! ” Jeremy Clements
Ending up in 24th posiiton with a race car that was half dismantled, Jeremy kept the #51 on the track to finish the race. Not deterred, the team headed back to Spartanburg SC where the car headed to the body shop.  The other car for this weekends race in Nashville is being prepped and loaded..Being locked into the races has certainly been a blessing, Jeremy has maintained his position in the top 15 of the drivers points and 22nd in the owners points. Running a full schedule has been keeping the team busy. This is a dream come true for the small family owned team who has their engines running in the ARCA series and in the Nationwide series. It has been quite an eventful season for Jeremy with more and more demands for personal appearances, autograph sessions and interviews. Jeremy is taking these things in stride, greatful for every opportunity that comes along.
St Clair Foods  of Memphis Tn., joins our primary sponsors and
for the Nashville 300 at Nashville Super Speedway on Saturday April 23. This is St Clair Food’s second ride with the #51 after sponsorship at the Bristol race. We would like to thank all our sponsors . Carolina Collision of Gaffney SC, Coca Cola Spartanburg, M&S Concrete of Mc Donough Ga, and Jeremy’s faithful fans.
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To all our Friends and Fans, We wish you all a very Blessed Easter !

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