Jeremy Clements , coming off his first XFINITY Series win at Road America, talks about how special his home track of Darlington is to him.
Watch as Jeremy Clements and Matt Tifft battle down the stretch at Road America, with both making contact and scrambling to see who can get going first.
Jeremy Clements started racing in the XFINITY Series in 2003 at the age of 18, but he needed 256 starts to capture his first win in the series. It came at Road America, where he led 10 laps.
Jeremy Clements said the car he used for his first XFINITY Series win in Road America is from 2008. \"Everything we got is old and used,\" the 32-year-old said.
Matt Tifft gives his take on contact between his car and the car of race-winner Jeremy Clements . Tifft came home third at Road America.
RELATED: Full race results BRISTOL, Tenn. -- Two NASCAR XFINITY Series drivers made a post-race visit to meet with officials following Saturday's Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Ross Chastain and Jeremy Clements , along with crew chiefs Evan Snider and Tony Clements , were called to the NASCAR hauler after the two drivers had an altercation on pit road during a red-flag delay. The incident occurred after the two drivers made contact on the race track. According to reports, Clements approached Chastain shortly after drivers had exited their cars to wait out the rain delay. Clements told reporters he placed his hand "on his back and turned (Chastain) around" when Chastain struck him. "I had no intention of fighting the guy," Clements told NBC Sports. Driver confrontation between Ross Chastain and Jeremy Clements during rain delay of the Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 on Saturday @BMSupdates pic.twitter.com/CD3wpVPIiW — Earl Neikirk (@earlneikirk) April 22, 2017 "Hope he realizes now that he can talk, we can talk, but you can't grab someone by the shoulders," Chastain told FS1. "That happened before and I said right then I wouldn't let it happen again. What's done is done." Clements , who was struck in the eye, made a quick trip to the infield care center following the confrontation. Both drivers returned to their cars once the race, which had been halted due to rain, resumed. Clements finished 17th and Chastain 31st. According to Chastain, the two drivers talked out their differences after meeting with NASCAR officials and consider the matter closed. &amp;lt;/p&amp;gt;
RELATED: Full Darlington coverage " Throwback paint schemes Jeremy Clements Racing is excited to announce they will be fielding a Throwback paint scheme this coming Labor Day weekend at Darlington Raceway . The No. 51 Camaro SS will be sponsored by long time partners www.repairablevehicles.com and will feature the "Black Widow" paint scheme that was driven by a number of racing greats in the late '50s in the likes of Hall of Famers Buck Baker and Rex White and powered by the renowed engine buliders of the time, Jeremy's grandfather and great uncle, Crawford and Louis Clements . Crawford and Louis both also crew chiefed as well for some all time greats. Crawford crew chiefed Hall of Famers Junior Johnson, Buck Baker and AJ Foyt all to wins the early '60s, and Louis crew chiefed Rex White to the 1960 Cup Championship. "I'm really proud to honor my grandfather (who started me in racing) and my great uncle with this cool Black Widow Paint Scheme from the '50s," Jeremy said. "Even more excited to represent them and Clements Racing Engines in our home state at Darlington Raceway ." Buck Baker in his Black Widow.
Ryan Reed cuts a tire after hitting the outside wall and collects Jordan Anderson and Jeremy Clements .
Jeremy Clements and Landon Cassill make contact while trying to get on pit road during the Firecracker 250.
Jeremy Clements and Regan Smith crash and their racecars are engulfed in flames late in the Ford EcoBoost 300.