JR Motorsports Co-owner Dale Earnhardt Jr

JR Motorsports Co-owner Dale Earnhardt Jr. Broke Down In Tears After Josh Berry Win

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Following a official Post-race technical inspection on Sunday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series Cook Out 250 at Martinsville Speedway NASCAR has declared Josh Berry the official winner.

The 30-y-o Tennessee native who was running a partial Xfinity schedule in the No. 8 JR Motorsports Chevrolet, took the lead from Ty Gibbs with only 29 laps to go.

After  winning, Josh told his No. 8 team over the radio: “Thank you guys for believing in me.”

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Iconic Co-owner of JR Motorsports Dale Earnhardt Jr. details why he cried more after Josh Berry’s win than his own as a driver.

Dale Jr explains below how emotional he got after watching Josh Berry earn his first ever career win.

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4 thoughts on “JR Motorsports Co-owner Dale Earnhardt Jr. Broke Down In Tears After Josh Berry Win”

  1. Dale jr you are a good human for giving driver’s a chance to prove them self’s and you can look back at the great driver’s your company has brought to cup!! Proud for you sir!!

  2. You Dale Jr are leaving an example for great character ,caring, and staying humble. Praying that our young generation will be encouraged by the way you are living. God Bless you in the years ahead.

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