Hemric has compiled an impressive resume on the strength of his natural talent, amassing both track and national championships by collecting countless wins at every level in which he has competed. Earning the nickname “Hotshoe” early in his career, Hemric has consistently backed up the title as he progressed through the ranks. Hemric joined Brad Keselowski Racing with one season of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series racing under his belt. In his debut season, he racked up four top fives and 13 top-10 finishes, finishing seventh in the series championship standings.Visit Site
Tyler Reddick, who started racing at the age of four years old in Outlaw Karts, quickly moved his way up to the NASCAR K&N Pro East Series and won the NKNPSE race at Rockingham in 2012. Joining BKR in 2014, Reddick tallied two pole awards (Talladega Superspeedway, Texas Motor Speedway) that season. In 2015, Reddick earned two wins (Daytona International Speedway, Dover International Speedway) and came in second in the NCWTS Driver Point Standings. In 2016, Reddick moves over to the No. 29 Ford F-150 sponsored by Cooper Standard.