Josh Berry

 Josh Berry: Net Worth 2024, Stats, Salary, Wife and More

Who is Josh Berry?

Perhaps there are very few drivers who know about resilience as good as Josh Berry. The professional stock car racing driver, who is the all-time winningest driver in CARS tour history, currently competes in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 4 Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing.

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Josh Berry‘s Early Life

Originally from Hendersonville, Tennessee, Josh Berry was born on October 20, 1990. He completed his education from Volunteer State Community College in Gallatin, Tennessee. His parents, Robin and Joshua Berry, are said to have been extremely supportive of their child's dreams and ambitions. Notably, his mother works as a teacher with a background in psychology. On the other hand, his father is a businessman, and with his support, Josh Berry stepped into professional racing in US Legends cars at the young age of 16.

Interestingly, the racer was Taylor Swift's classmate in high school and IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden's classmate in seventh and eighth grade.

Josh Berry Wife and Children 

It is known that Josh Berry is a married man. His wife, Ginny Berry, is a healthcare professional in New York City. The couple has a daughter together named Mackenzie. She was born on January 7, 2020, and turned 4 years old in 2024. Her mother put up a cute Instagram post with a picture of Mackenzie in a blue dress and pink shades. The post was captioned, “Happy 4th birthday to our sweet girl! You make life so much fun! We love you.”

Josh Berry Net Worth 2024

In his racing career, Berry has done well in late-model racing and the CARS Tour. In fact, his major earnings have come from there and it is bound to get better as he joined Stewart-Haas Racing to compete in the Cup Series this year. Currently, as per FreshersLive, his net worth is estimated to be around $5 million.

At this point in time, his salary with JR Motorsports remains unknown. Without a doubt, various endorsement deals and the wealth amassed from racing play a big role in his annual income.

Josh Berry’s Career Timeline

At the age of eight, Josh Berry kick-started his racing career by participating in the Tennessee Karting Association. After spending a number of seasons racing go-karts, he along with his father decided to move to U.S. Legend Cars in 2006. It was in 2010 that he was asked by JR Motorsports co-owner Dale Earnhardt Jr to join the JRM Late Model program.

Without hesitating, Berry went ahead with the prospect and within a year was named Late Model Most Popular Driver by Ultimately, it was in 2014 that he made his NASCAR debut in the Xfinity Series at Iowa Speedway. The following year, he had a couple of top-10 finishes. However, it was in 2016 that he performed very impressively. In 24 starts then, he registered 14 victories and additional seven top-five finishes.

He also made two starts in the ARCA Racing Series in 2018, finishing P4 and P3, at Salem Speedway and New Hampshire respectively.

Berry joined JRM full time in 2022 after spending a partial season in 2021. Over the years, he has competed in the Truck Series, although not as frequently as in the Xfinity Series. As far as the Cup Series is concerned, the 32-year-old made his debut at Dover International Speedway in 2021 when he substituted for Justin Haley in the Spire Motorsports #77 car.

Haley was sidelined due to Covid-19 protocols then. His second appearance in the Cup Series happened because of a similar scenario. This time it was Corey LaJoie who was sidelined due to the pandemic protocols in 2022. However, Berry's major breakthrough came last year.

In the 2023 campaign, Berry was presented with the opportunity to replace the injured Chase Elliott and race for Hendrick Motorsports. After Elliott's return, Josh Berry found another chance to represent HMS with Alex Bowman suffering from a back injury.

Things have only gotten better for him as he joined for Stewart-Haas Racing in the Cup Series as retired 2014-Cup Series champion, Kevin Harvick's successor. There will be certainly a lot of pressure on him given how he will be replacing the legendary racer.

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Josh Berry Partnerships and Endorsements 

Over the years, Berry has been associated with a number of sponsors and endorsement deals. In December last year, Jarrett Companies were confirmed as primary sponsors for Josh Berry for six races in 2023. Just a month earlier, Tire Pros confirmed their sponsorship for nine races in 2023. Among Berry's other sponsors, over the years, included LubeZone, Bass Pro Shops, PUBG, among others.

Currently, SUNNYD serves as a primary sponsor for the #4 driver. Apart from that, the racer also enjoys the backing of South Carolina-brd clothing and footwear chain Harrison's and MINER.

Josh Berry NASCAR Career Stats

Till date, Josh Berry has competed in 95 Xfinity Series races clinching five wins, 52 Top-10s and four pole positions. In the NASCAR Cup Series and Truck Series, he has yet to visit victory lane or pole position and has clinched four and one Top-10, respectively.

In his NASCAR career, the racer has had an average finish of 21.20 and an average start of 24.6.

Josh Berry’s Major Achievements and Awards 

Josh Berry, joining JRM's Late Model program in 2010 was a turning point in his young career. In 2012, he achieved track-champion honors in the NWAAS at Motor Mile Speedway. He repeated a similar feat at Hickory Motor Speedway in 2014. The following year Berry amassed 10 victories.

It only got better in 2016 when he registered 14 wins, five of which came in the Cars Tour Late Model Stock Car series. Interestingly, between 2015 and 2016, Berry had a stunning record of winning 24 races in 48 starts, which included 30 top-five and 42 top-10 finishes. He claimed the 2017 Cars Tour Late Model Stock Car Series title in his #88 JR Motorsports Chevrolet.

In 2020, Berry had an incredible run as he won 24 races on his way to winning the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series. As far as his performance in the Xfinity Series is concerned, he registered his first win in 2021 at Martinsville Speedway. To date, he has five wins in 95 starts, which includes 52 top-ten finishes.

Additionally, he was also crowned the 2017 CARS Late Model Stock Tour Champion.

How is Josh Berry related to Dale Earnhardt Jr?

It is no secret how Josh Berry and Dale Earnhardt Jr share a special bond. Interestingly, the two met when they were competing in an online sim racing league called DMP Online Racing. It hardly took them to become friends. As Berry spoke to The Tennessean, he said, "Dale asked me what I was doing, what I wanted to do, what my goals were in my life, with my career.? We just became friends."

With time, their friendship grew stronger as Berry made it to JR Motorsports as a late-model stock car driver. In fact, he couldn't have been in more awe of their bond. He said, "We have a really good relationship; we've been working together for a long time. He's always been a big supporter of me. Once he quit racing (full-time in 2017) it allowed him to really pay more attention to what I was doing. That has allowed me to get some of the opportunities that I have here [JRM] lately."

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Josh Berry’s Social Media Accounts

Full NameJoshua William Berry
Popular NameJosh Berry
Birth DateOctober 22, 1990
Birth PlaceHendersonville, Tenneessee
Age33 (as of May 2024)
Weight -
Parents -
Siblings -
Net WorthApprox. $5 million
Salary -
Spouse Ginny Berry
Relationship/Marital StatusMarried
Children Mackenzie Berry
Profession Stock car racing driver
TeamStewart-Haas Racing (as of 2024)


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