John Hunter Nemechek and the No. 4 Persil team travel west to Sonoma (Calif.) Raceway where they’ll be looking to rebound from a 35th-place finish last weekend at World Wide Technology Raceway. Nemechek was battling for position inside the top 10 during Stage Two when he was part of a six-truck incident and after his crew surveyed the damage, the determined they were unable to continue in the race. The 35th-place finish snapped a career best run of seven straight top-10 finishes for Nemechek.
While he hasn’t competed in a race at Sonoma, Nemechek has nine road course starts in Camping World Truck Series action. In those nine starts, he has record one win, – at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in 2016 while driving for family-owned NEMCO Motorsports- 37 laps led, five top-five and six top-10 finishes resulting in an average finish of 8.4.
Persil will make their first start in the Camping World Truck Series onboard Nemechek’s No. 4 Tundra TRD Pro at Sonoma. Developed in 1907, Persil was the first self-acting detergent. Its revolutionary formula that released oxygen during washing made strenuous rubbing of the laundry superfluous. Ever since, Persil has always set the pace of time to serve society’s changing needs, combining innovation and continuity.
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