MOORESVILLE, NC – Along with the familiar colors of All Things Automotive, 2019 Martinsville 300 winner Josh Berry will have some new paint on his No. 88 JR Motorsports Chevrolet Late Model this season.
iRacing, the world’s premier motorsport racing simulation, will be on the hood of the No. 88 JRM machine as Berry once again competes for the CARS Racing Tour championship. Berry is the all-time leader in many CARS Tour statistical categories, including victories, poles, races led, poles, laps led and money won.
The partnership with iRacing was years in the making and involves both Berry and team owner Dale Earnhardt Jr., who has been a huge proponent of iRacing from the beginning.
“iRacing is something I’ve done for a long time and it really was what connected me with Dale,” Berry said. “It led to me ultimately driving the Late Model for JR Motorsports. It’s important to me, and I greatly appreciate them coming on board to be part of the program. I’m equally appreciative of Mark (Thomas, owner of All Things Automotive) for allowing us to do this. It’s a great partnership among all of us and will help to make us better.”
Berry was among a group of racers who competed online with Earnhardt Jr. in the early days of iRacing competition, along with Brad Davies, who is one of JRM’s drivers in the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series and several others who are part of the JRM family.
For more information on Josh Berry and JR Motorsports, in general, simply visit jrmracing.com
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