The creation of Team Chevy’s driver improvement application, called “Driver’s Edge Development,” has been announced in January because of collaboration one of Chevy, JR Motorsports and GMS Racing.

The program not only includes on-track contest but also has a massive focus on professional growth off the track in areas like brand building, social networking and digital content, media and fan connections in addition to physical, technical and mental improvement.

Between the two organizations, six distinct drivers are a part of the program’s class, for example Lemke.

“it is such an aggressive field of cars. I’d never have dreamed I’d walk out of the very first night here with a win,” Lemke said after his victory last weekend. He finished sixth at the very first 40-lap feature.

“I was finding plenty of heat in my rear bumper the past couple of laps. I was determined to help keep them behind me,” he explained.

Lemke can return to activity at Hickory on Saturday night, even competing at the CARS Tour event. He’s also a member of the CARS Tour’s “Touring 1-2 ” commitment program.

“I have a great deal to learn. I feel like we made advancements whenever I got in the vehicle and ’s essential,” Lemke explained. “I’m looking forward to seeing exactly what we cando (Saturday night). ”

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