As quickly as this season is coming to a close, 2014 is quickly coming into the eyes of every member of the racing community. Josh White is poised to make his Daytona ARCA debut in December when he goes testing with Carter 2 Motorsports and he is looking to return to the track a few months later to race in the ARCA race during NASCAR’s Daytona Speedweeks.
“We have been working day in and day out to locate sponsors and it’s looking bright,” Josh White said, “going step by step here, and that’s definitely a good sign.” White raced twice in 2013, completing two start and park races for Hixson Motorsports at Springfield and DuQuoin State Fair retiring his car in 31st and 30th spots, respectively. While he only raced three times this season, the other time racing in the ARCA Truck Series, Josh White is hungry to be behind the wheel for an entire season.
In 2014 the driver from the mountains of West Virginia wants to see the rest of the country by racing the entire ARCA season. “That would be wonderful, I would love to offer a sponsor a full year of services and contend for a full season in the ARCA racing series,” Josh White said. It is going to take some backing by sponsors; but White has the right attitude about his future and that might have to do with what he does outside of the track.
White is not only a racer, but a guy who likes to hunt and made a promise to his county by serving with the United States Marine Corps. “We have our Marine Corps ball coming up and I am happy to report that I did get my first deer of the season,” White said. In addition to these activities, White has been staying busy with securing sponsors and making appearances with his ARCA Truck Series ride.
Fans can meet Josh White on January 31and February 1, 2014 at the Charleston Civic Center in Charleston, West Virginia when he will be showing off his car and sign autographs at a Monster Jam event. “I love meeting my fans and letting kids take a look at the inside of my car – it is really cool seeing them get excited about racing,” Josh White said.