Lemke Partners With Off Axis Paint For 2018

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Adam Lemke will carry new backing from Off Axis Paint this season.

HOLLISTER, Calif. — ADL Motorsports and driver Adam Lemke will kick off their 2018 racing season with a new primary sponsor in Off Axis Paint.

Lemke will compete in both the USAC Western US Midget Series and the RPM Mortgage Pro Late Model Series, starting with the season opener on March 10 at Madera Speedway.

Running for Rookie of the Year title in his No. 98 Naake-Klauer Motorsports Toyota, Lemke is excited to welcome a new partner to the team.

“Off Axis Paint is a primarily known throughout NASCAR and the auto racing community for their unbelievable prestige artwork and helmet design,” said Lemke. “We are honored to have Off Axis Paint join the ADL Motorsports team and are excited to work with them for the 2018 race season and build a relationship that will continue for years to come.”

Off Axis Paint, based out of Mooresville, N.C., is known for creative artists who design custom airbrush helmets for some of the top names and teams in racing.

“I am excited about the partnership with ADL Motorsports and Adam for the 2018 season,” said Off Axis Paint owner Greg Stumpff. “We believe that Adam has the talent to make it to the top levels in the motorsports industry and are looking forward to growing with him as a driver.”

Lemke has also teamed up with Lorin Ranier at Ranier Racing Development. Ranier, who has been in the sport of NASCAR his entire life, has developed a reputation as one of the best talent spotters and driver development experts in the business.

Over the years, Ranier has worked with drivers including Davey Allison, Tony Stewart, Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth and Kyle Larson.

“I am looking forward to working with Adam; he definitely has the skill, desire and work ethic that it takes to make it in our sport,” said Ranier. “Later this year we will bring Adam out east and compete in some selected late model races with Hawk McCall Motorsports.”

CREDIT: Race Face Brand Development

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