Joe Nemechek

In 2005 Joe Nemechek had one of his best seasons in the Cup Series, finishing 16th in points and tying a career high with nine top-10s.

It was his best finish in the final point standings since he was 15th in 2000, a breakout year in which he had three top-fives and nine top-10s. His first victory came the year prior when he took the checkered flag in September 1999 at New Hampshire. After 180 starts, Nemechek had arrived.

Nemechek began racing at age 13, but it was in motocross. It was evident, however, that he had a flair for racing. Nemechek won more than 600 trophies in his six-year motocross career before making the switch to stock cars in 1986.

His success continued, winning championships and rookie of the year awards in three consecutive years: Southeastern Mini-Stock Series in 1987, U.S.A.R Series in '88 and All-Pro Late Model Series in '89.

In 1989 Nemechek made his NASCAR debut as driver-owner in the Busch Series, finishing 33rd at Rockingham. He was the series' rookie of the year in '90 and won the Busch championship in '92.

Nemechek raced in the Busch Series one more year and sprinkled in five Cup appearances before making the jump to the top circuit full time in 1994. Nemechek went winless through 1998, finishing in the top five just three times with 16 top-10s. But he was beginning to show promise.

From 1997-2000 Nemechek started from the pole six times and began a race in the front row on 10 occasions, earning the moniker "Front Row Joe."

Nemechek has four career victories in the Cup circuit: September 1999 at New Hampshire, November 2001 at Rockingham, May 2003 at Richmond and October 2004 at Kansas. 

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Robert Williamson III

Robert Williamson III is famous in the poker circuit as an Omaha specialist, or "Mr. Omaha," due to his notable finishes in Omaha tournaments, including winning the 2002 WSOP Pot-Limit Omaha and taking 2nd in 2004 and 2005. Robert has seven WSOP final tables, and 18 WSOP cashes. In fact, Williamson's total lifetime earnings from Omaha tournaments exceed those of any person in the history of poker. Robert is one of the elite WSOP millionaire club members. His career earnings exceed $1.8 million.

Robert’s outgoing personality has made him one of the most popular poker players in the world. When Robert is with family, friends, fans, and sponsors, both sides always leave laughing and enjoying each other’s company. Robert’s charisma is not only evident in his relationships but also in his work.

Known as the hardest working player in poker, Robert has done over 100 television shows. His electricity garners control of the screen and makes you believe you are on the table playing the hand. His knowledge and professionalism make him the most sought after personality in poker television.

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Royce Clayton

Royce Spencer Clayton is a major league shortstop for the Boston Red Sox. He and his wife, Samantha Davies, have a three-year-old son, Royce Jr., and triplets, Imani, Niya, and Elijah. They make their home in Scottsdale, AZ. Royce is a 1988 graduate of St. Bernard High School in Playa del Rey, CA. His wife, a track sprinter for the United Kingdom, participated in the 200-Meter race at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. Clayton is the President/CEO of Isaac Charles AMERU, a high end American/European fashion line. He worked as an analyst for ESPN during the 1999 World Series, and he has also dabbled in acting, making a cameo appearance on the television show, "Martial Law" in 1997. In the 2002 movie “The Rookie,” Royce was portrayed by Jorge Sanchez.

Royce’s professional baseball career began when he was the 15th draft pick in the 1988 amateur draft by the San Francisco Giants. Royce has always been a key part in the teams he has been on, including an All-Star appearance in 1997. He has helped his team reach the playoffs four times. Royce has been on 11 teams, and is the record holder for most teams for a shortstop. He currently is on the 2007 Boston Red Sox.

Royce is an extremely charitable person as he founded the Royce Clayton Foundation and has been involved in raising funds for the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, hosting the annual Royce Clayton Celebrity Golf Classic to raise money for sickle cell research. He was honored with the Texas Rangers' Jim Sundberg Community Achievement Award in 1999. He was the Rangers' nominee in 1999 and 2000 for the Roberto Clemente Man of the Year Award.

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John Roberts

John Roberts is host of the Speed Channel shows NASCAR RaceDay, and NASCAR Victory Lane. John's career started in 1986 at WHSV TV in Harrisonburg, Virginia. He then worked at WBTV in Charlotte. A truly inspiring person John was working construction and lawn care before he got his big break moving to Speed Channel to host NASCAR RaceDay and NASCAR Victory Lane. When asked what John loves most about his job he is quoted as saying “It does not involve digging up any earth.” An extreme professional with a great sense of humor, John brings to life every show he is involved in. John currently resides in Huntersville, North Carolina with his wife Manda and his three children Jordan, William, and Lauren.

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Greg "Fossilman" Raymer

Known to the world as “Fossilman,” Greg’s 2004 World Series of Poker Main Event championship run helped build poker’s popularity to where it is today. Greg practiced as a patent attorney, while he honed his poker game online at Foxwoods Resort in Connecticut. Greg won an online satellite into the 2004 World Series of Poker, and his life would never be the same after. Greg made his way through the 2576 entrants with aggression, courage, and incredible poker reads. After the smoke cleared he had won the 2004 WSOP bracelet and $5 million.

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Roush Racing
Roush Racing
Roush Racing offers the most diverse motorsports opportunities in NASCAR today. A leader in NASCAR victories, the Roush organization continues to build success one race at a time. Their menu includes multiple sponsorship levels in NASCAR's NEXTEL Cup, Busch Series, and Craftsman Truck Series.

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Riley-D'Hondt Motorsports, LLC (RDM) Riley-D'Hondt Motorsports, LLC (RDM) This unique organization marks the introduction of a new NASCAR motorsports organization combining the best of NASCAR experience with cutting-edge technology and engineering skills, Riley-D'Hondt Motorsports, LLC (RDM). Based out of Mooresville, North Carolina, RDM has plans to be fully operational during the 2007 season.

Rick Bieber
Rick Bieber
Earlier in 2006 Rick Bieber directed the feature film "Crazy," starring newcomer Waylon Payne and Ali Larter ( The picture is inspired by the life of guitar legend, Hank Garland. Bieber also co-wrote and produced the picture. Bieber also executive produced the just completed NASCAR competitive reality series "The Ultimate Pit Crew Warrior Challenge" with Jeff Hammond

Previously, Bieber had produced or executive produced several feature films including the recent "Aurora Borealis," starring Josh Jackson, Juliette Lewis and Donald Sutherland; "Flatliners," which was directed by Joel Schumacher and starred Julia Roberts, Keifer Sutherland, Kevin Bacon, William Baldwin and Oliver Platt; "Made in America," starring Whoopi Goldberg and Ted Danson; "Radio Flyer," directed by Dick Donner and starring Lorraine Bracco and Adam Baldwin; "Hard Promises," starring William Peterson and Sissy Spacek; and "The Illusion," starring Michael Goorjian and Kirk Douglas.

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Bill Weber
Bill Weber
Bill Weber is the pre-race host and play-by-play announcer for NASCAR on NBC and TNT. This is his third season calling the races from the booth. For the previous four years, Weber served as the pre-race host and lead pit reporter for NASCAR on NBC and TNT. He has also called play-by-play for Arena Football League games on NBC, and has covered professional golf including working as a tower announcer on the Champions Tour. The last three years he has served as Emcee for the NASCAR Awards Ceremony at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City. His duties also include studio anchor for NBC SPORTS. In 2007 Weber will add open-wheel racing and sports car racing to his broadcasting resume.

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Michael "Mike" Lloyd Miller
Jon Abbate
Michael "Mike" Lloyd Miller is a professional basketball shooting guard and small forward who currently plays for the Miami Heat. He has previously played for the Orlando Magic, Memphis Grizzlies, Minnesota Timberwolves, and Washington Wizards.

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Eric "Rizen" Lynch
Eric 'Rizen' Lynch
Eric Lynch is better known as "Rizen", professional poker player. He's a dedicated professional and student of the game. In May 2006, Eric won the PokerStars $1 million-guaranteed tournament. With a Million Dollar pot, Eric took home 1st place which awarded him $156,000. During the summer of 2006, he entered four events at the *World Series of Poker* and managed to cash in on two of them for more than $600,000. Eric placed 3rd for nearly $105,000 in pot-limit Hold'em event No. 3 and 24th place in another event for more than $497,000 in the main event. He has written numerous columns for and has been a guest instructor on

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Jennifer Harman
Jennifer Harman
Born and raised in Reno, NV, Jennifer Harman would watch her father play poker with his friends, and was always fascinated with the game. Year's later, Jennifer's father asked her to play his seat. He was losing and wanted to see if his daughter could do any better. Indeed, she could. She performed so well that her father would regularly call for her help during tough sessions.

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Marco Traniello
Marco Traniello
All heads turn when Outlaw Marco Traniello sits down at the hold 'em table. They all know it is his game and they all know that he is on top of it. In 2005 alone, Marco won over $75,000 when he stormed this years' WSOP by placing seven times in the money in hold 'em events. His finishes include 14th in the $1,500. Shoot out event and, his most impressive finish of 7th place in the $2,000. Pot Limit Hold 'em event where he beat out 533 other players for $39,745 of the prize pool. Placing that many times in WSOP events is great feat for players who have played for years but an amazing feat when you realize that Marco has been playing for just about a year and this is his first WSOP tournament experience.

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Robert Richardson
Robert Richardson
Robert Richardson is a fresh new driver in the NASCAR Busch Series for 2007. Robert has teamed with NEXTEL Cup driver's Jeff Green and Johnny Sauter. Robert will drive for Jay Robertson Racing(JRR). JRR will receive full Technical Support from Haas CNC Racing and has 14 Hendrick Chassis cars. Robert just posted the 3rd fastest drafting time at the Daytona Busch Series test on Saturday, January 20th, 2007. Robert had the fastest time out of all of the Rookies for 2007. Robert is looking at scoring his first Top 10 at the Daytona Orbitz 300 on February 17th, 2007.

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One Good Turn
One Good Turn
The host of the One Good Turn with Joey T show is Joey Truscelli, nick named by most of his friends as Joey T. He is a former Marine, successful entrepreneur and former IndyCar Series team owner and former "Rookie of the Year" American IndyCar Series driver. It was through racing that Joey T. was able to help special people experience racing from the other side of the fence. The gratification from those experiences have fueled Joey T. and taught him that "You can win in racing without winning races" and it has been much more satisfying to help others win their race and help to overcome their personal challenge. Joey is very active in raising awareness through his television show to fans all around the world. He is currently shooting the 3rd episode that will include Jeff Hammond, Kenny Wallace, and Kenny Schrader.

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Jose Canseco
Jose Canseco
Jose Canseco is known as one of the most successful Baseball players of our time. Jose Canseco admitted to have had used steroids in his tell all truth book "Juiced". The public was outraged but in the end, after Congressional Hearings over the use of steroids in the game of Baseball, in the end Canseco was to said to have saved the sport of Baseball. Jose Canseco is working on his latest project, a new Reality TV Show.

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Michael Irvin
Michael Irvin
Michael is regarded as one of the most successful wide receivers in the history of the National Football League. Irvin, nicknamed "The PlayMaker" due to his penchant for making big plays, spent his entire professional playing career as a member of the Dallas Cowboys. Michael joined ESPN in 2003 as an analyst for Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday NFL Countdown. Playing his entire 12-year career in Dallas, Irvin earned three Super Bowl rings and holds almost every major career or single-season receiving record in Cowboys history. In 2000, Irvin left the NFL tied for ninth best in receptions (750) and 10th best with 11,904 receiving yards of all time. Michael Irvin will be inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame as a Class Member of 2007.

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Larry McReynolds
Larry McReynolds
Larry McReynolds is one of the most successful and recognized crew chiefs in NASCAR history. Larry McReynolds has enjoyed 23 victories, 21 pole positions, 122 Top 5 finishes and 209 Top 10 finishes in 457 starts. McReynolds-led teams have finished in the Top 10 in the Winston Cup point standings six times and finished in the Top 5 three of those times. Now Larry finds great joy as Race Analyst for the Nextel Cup races with FOX Sports during the first half of the 2007 race season and Turner Broadcast during the middle six races. For the final seventeen races, at select events, Larry will be a part of the broadcast team for the new DIRECTV HotPass program. His great talent has lead to more opportunities behind the mic with Speed Channel where he commentates weekly broadcasts of Cup and Busch Qualifying, the Trackside Show and NASCAR Performance.

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