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Josh Williams and DGM Racing Partner With WORKPRO Tools For Six Race Primary Sponsorship

Josh Williams and the No. 92 DGM Racing team will have a new sponsorship partner on their Chevrolet Camaro for six events in the 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series season as WORKPRO Tools will jump on board.

For Williams, 28, he couldn’t imagine a better sponsorship alignment than his new deal with WORKPRO.

“There is no harder working group of folks that can benefit from having quality tools at our disposal,” Williams said. “Between the shop everyday, on the road or at our homes WORKPRO is a perfect fit for our DGM family.”

As part of the deal, WORKPRO will become the exclusive tool provider for DGM Racing. Understandably, WORKPRO, who had been looking to get more entrenched in the motorsports market, are excited to get working with the hardworking driver who hails from Florida.

“We’re ecstatic about our new partnership with DGM Racing and driver Josh Williams,” said Li Feng, Senior Vice President of Great Star Industrial USA, LLC. “We look forward to building our relationship as the primary sponsor of the No. 92 Xfinity car for six races throughout September and October. In addition, we are thrilled to announce our title as Official Tool Provider of DGM Racing. Through supplying the team with a variety of hand and power tools for the garage and the road we hope to supplement their gear towards a successful season.”

According to a DGM Racing team release, WORKPRO will be featured as the primary on the No. 92 machine at Darlington (September 4), Richmond (September 11), Bristol (September 17), Charlotte Roval (October 9), Texas (October 16) and Kansas (October 23).

Through 22 starts this season, Williams has a best finish of 10th, which he achieved at Mid-Ohio. Despite missing one event earlier in the year at Circuit of the Americas, Williams sits 19th in the NASCAR Xfinity Series championship standings.

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Toby is the Founder, Editor and go-to man for He is also the co-host of The Final Lap Weekly Podcast. Additionally, Toby is a NMPA (National Motorsports Press Association) award winning writer, and has followed NASCAR as a fan since 1993.

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