Mooresville – Josh Berry will take the reigns of the March Networks/Donations4disasters.c
Josh is no stranger to 1.5 mile intermediate racing facilities. He hasprevious NASCAR Xfinity starts at Homestead-Miami and Kentucky Speedways. In addition, Berry has one NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start at Chicagoland Speedway. Berry admitted, “I have never raced at Kansas Speedway before. It is a beautiful facility and I am looking forward to seeing how my previous mile-and-a-half experience translates to this place.”
The high speeds and treacherous banking of Kansas Speedway can be a tough test for any driver. “I would like to think a top 10 or 15 is possible, but in the end I want to have a good run and be able to run some more races with this team,” said the 26 year old Hendersonville, Tennessee native.
Crew Chief Teddy Brown said, “We work a lot of hours together and it is a family atmosphere around the shop, but we wouldn’t be able to get the job done without the help of the good people at Toyota, FDP Brakes, Larkin Performance, On Point Performance, Andrews Transmissions and everybody at NestGen Motorsports.”
Dontions4disasters.com is a charitable organization set-up to help with earthquake relief in Mexico. Current NextGen Motorsports NASCAR K&N Series driver Enrique Baca”s Grandmother lost her home in the disaster.
NextGen Motorsports is a racing development team focused on providing diverse, young, talented and capable drivers with opportunities to gain access to and experience stock car racing in the USA at an affordable value. NextGen Motorsports is based in Mooresville, North Carolina and has a well-defined growth strategy. NestGen Motorsports provides “turnkey” packages, which include Pit Crews, very competitive equipment, and well respected and experienced leaders offering guidance and upward mobility to qualified individuals.
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