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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Joe Nemechek
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Nemechek is a free agent driver in 2016.
The owner/driver of the No. 87 Toyota will return for a 21st season of Sprint Cup Series racing in 2013. Nemechek made 31 of the 36 events last season, but only competed as a start-and-park team. The veteran has failed to post a Top-10 finish in his last five seasons of Cup racing, so the prospects for improvement are quite small. Nemechek is steadily nearing 50 years of age, so his days of ultra-competitive racing may be over. Unless the sponsorship situation changes drastically he will be reduced to start-and-parking once again this season.
Nemechek has finished 25th, 19th, and 16th in the points in the last three seasons. The improvement has slowed, and he may have reached the ceiling for this MB2 Motorsports team. Nemechek should be a 15-20th place team again in 2006.
More Fantasy 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.
Nemechek climbed five spots to finish 36th, in Sunday’s MyAFibStory.com 400 at Chicagoland Speedway.
Nemechek finished 37th in the Oral-B USA 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday.