JR Motorsports reveals Josh Berry’s Harrisons program


Josh Berry showed off his Harrisons Workwear program.

The No.8 driver will exhibit a markedly different pattern during the 2022 NASCAR Xfinity Series season. JR Motorsports has revealed Josh Berry’s project for Harrison’s Workwear.

The championship-winning organization posted a rendition of the program on Twitter to celebrate an upcoming groundbreaking event for Harrison’s Workwear location in Mooresville, NC. the bottom of the design.

Berry fully exposed the project on Saturday, December 11. He parked the No.8 Xfinity Series car outside Harrison’s Workwear store and celebrated the inauguration of a partner who will join him for several races in the 2022 season.

Harrisons Workwear joined Berry in August

JR Motorsports announced on August 16 that Berry would return to the organization for the 2022 season and run a full schedule in No.8. The team then spent the following week revealing partners for the two-time Xfinity series winner.

JR Motorsports unveiled on August 19 that Harrison’s Workwear would join the No.8 team for eight races in 2022. The company has sponsored regional races in the past, but the decision to join Berry marked a significant change.

“I’ve known the Harrison family for quite some time now,” Berry said in an Aug. 19 statement. “I’ve raced late models bearing the Harrison brand a number of times over the years. Now it’s great to finally have them on our race cars. Family is very important to them so that’s a excellent choice. I can’t thank Danny [Harrison] and his son, Kevin, enough to believe in me and give me the chance to represent them.

With the grand opening over, Berry will now prepare to present the Harrison # 8 workwear program while battling for his third career victory in the Xfinity series. Now that he’s a full-time driver, a win would lock him into the playoffs and pave the way for his first opportunity to compete for a championship.

JR Motorsports has many details to provide

The Trip to Harrison’s Workwear is the latest update provided by JRM on Berry’s 2022 season. However, there is more information the team will need to provide as the season approaches.

For example, there are 33 races on the program for the next Xfinity Series. JRM has revealed that Harrison’s Workwear will join Berry for eight races and Tire Pros will join him for nine. This only represents 17 races, leaving room for other partners to join the fold.

The season opener at Daytona International Speedway takes place on Saturday, February 19 at 5 p.m. ET. FS1 will broadcast the Beef. That’s what’s for dinner. 300 as Berry battles for the first victory of his 2022 campaign.

Berry will pursue this goal while joining forces with a revamped JR Motorsports lineup. Michael Annett stepped away from full-time racing after the 2021 season ended while Noah Gragson, Justin Allgaier and Sam Mayer all agreed to return for full-time races.

JRM has already confirmed that key partners of Black Rifle Coffee, Bass Pro Shops and Brandt will revert to Gragson and Allgaier respectively. However, the team has more details to reveal about Mayer and his first full-time season in the NASCAR Xfinity series.

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