Has there been a better story in the 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series than the emergence of 36-year old Jeremy Clements and the No. 51 Jeremy Clements Racing team as a true NASCAR Xfinity Series contender? Now, the feel-good story has added two new sponsorship partners in Absolute Wall & Ceiling Systems and Fire Wall Signs for this weekend’s Alsco Uniforms 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
“I’m stoked to have Fire Wall Signs and Absolute Wall & Ceiling coming on board this weekend. They are totally new to NASCAR and we are fortunate to have them as sponsors and can’t wait to put on a good show for them and the Fans this weekend at Charlotte.” Clements said in a team release.
Absolute Wall & Ceiling will be featured on the hood of the No. 51 machine this weekend, while Fire Wall Signs will have a premier placement on the quarter panels of the Chevrolet Camaro. Clements’ new partners join All South Electric, Wealth Accelerators, First Pacific Funding, Diecast Kings and One Stop / ASE as primary sponsors on the No. 51 car so far this season.
Through just 11 races in 2021, Clements, who hails from South Carolina, sits just one top-10 finish of tying his career-high for a season. Clements has a best finish of sixth this year, which he achieved at Darlington Raceway a couple of events ago.
Clements currently sits eighth in the NASCAR Xfinity Series championship standings. As it stands, Clements ranks ahead of two full-time JR Motorsports drivers (Noah Gragson and Michael Annett), Richard Childress Racing’s Myatt Snider, Joe Gibbs Racing’s Brandon Jones and Stewart-Haas Racing’s Riley Herbst.
These are all big teams with big-time NASCAR Cup Series connections. Meanwhile, Clements drives for a much more modest family-owned operation, and they are certainly maximizing their results this season.
They’ll look to score another great finish Saturday at Charlotte.
The 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series Alsco Uniforms 300 can be seen on FS1 at 1pm ET.
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