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Nuts Off extends sponsorship through Chicago

Rick Ware Racing (RWR) is proud to announce that Nuts Off has extended its sponsorship package with the organization to include Timmy Hill’s #15 Ford for this weekend’s running of the STP 300 at Chicagoland Speedway.

Jeffrey Earnhardt and Timmy Hill both carried the Nuts Off logo’s last weekend at Charlotte in the NASCAR Nationwide Series event. After a strong outing by both, Nuts Off will carry its sponsorship to Chicago and beyond.

While the leading Sunoco Rookie of the Year point leader Timmy Hill will carry the banner at Chicago for the organization, Jeffrey Earnhardt will do the same this weekend as the logo will be displayed in front of thousands in attendance for the Arena Football League’s New Orleans Voodoo home game on Friday night.

“We have an action packed weekend for Nuts Off,” stated owner Rick Ware. “While Timmy is trying to climb the ladder in the point standings, Jeffrey is developing new relationships with our newest sponsors, the AFL and the New Orleans Voodoo. Our organization is growing fast and these are exciting times for RWR!”

Hill adds points to Sunoco Rookie of the Year lead at Charlotte

NASCAR Nationwide Sunoco Rookie of the Year Standings after Charlotte

1. Timmy Hill 117

2. Blake Koch 104

3. Ryan Truex 97

4. Jennifer Jo Cobb 80

5. Charles Lewandoski 51

Hill rallies to a 23rd place finish at Charlotte

Hill took to Charlotte Motor Speedway like a true veteran though he had never raced on the "big track." Hill has competed numerous times in the Legends and Allison Legacy Series but none of those series got to feel the effects of the high banks of Charlotte.

Hill qualified his #15 Nuts Off/Lilly Trucking Ford in the 33rd position but knew his car was going to be good for the race. "Our lap times never really fell off in practice compared to the leaders and knew that with some long green flag runs we would be really good," stated Hill.

Timmy was correct as he marched towards the front, swapping positions back and forth with his newest teammate, Jeffrey Earnhardt.

"We both we running really strong, and it was a lot of fun running with Jeffrey. Wish he could have made it to the finish. I had to focus on my task without him and keep digging and that's what we did."

After a long green flag run, Hill moved into the top 25 with just thirty laps remaining and picked off a few competitors to finish in the 23rd position and claim the Sunoco Rookie of the Race award.

"This car was awesome. This whole team knows we have a couple bullets in the chamber when we return here in the fall. Great run and team effort and I cant wait to get to Chicago."