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Miner Docks, Doors, and More Supporting Josh Berry at Texas

Josh Berry Miner paint scheme No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Texas Motor Speedway 2024

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As Josh Berry heads into this weekend’s NASCAR Cup Series event at Texas Motor Speedway, the Rookie of the Year contender will have a new primary sponsorship partner on his No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford Mustang. Miner Docks, Doors and More will adorn the machine with it’s red, black, and gray colors.

Miner, which operates under the slogan “Your Facility Expert”, was founded in 1994 in San Antonio, TX by Philip T. Miner, and acquired by New York-based Harvest Partners in 2017. The company is still headquartered in San Antonio, TX.

While Berry hasn’t had the results to show for it, Rodney Childers and the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing team have provided the 31-year-old racer a top-five contending car in each of the last two events. However, issues on pit road derailed the finishes for Berry at Richmond and Martinsville.

Berry, a Tennessee native, is excited to mix it up at Texas, as he feels this race will help his team learn more for later in the season.

“Texas (Motor Speedway) is a high-grip track and really fast. Each corner is significantly different and takes a slightly different approach, which makes it challenging,” Berry said in a team release. “But all of the skills from Xfinity I think will translate. Ultimately, my results from Xfinity don’t matter in my mind because I am with a new team, a new car, a new manufacturer, so it’s almost a clean slate, but I am excited for the opportunity to go with Stewart-Haas Racing. It’s obviously our second race on the intermediates but, on the team side, we know that’s where we need to improve the most. It’s a great opportunity to learn and keep improving before we get into the summer months.”

Berry, who is a short track expert, was allowed to lead himself in preparing for the last few weeks, but Berry says he’ll lean on the experience of Childers heading into this weekend.

“I think, for Texas, it will take a little bit of a different approach than what a short track or a road course would. He gave me the freedom over the past few weeks when we were going to the short tacks to take the lead on preparing for the races,” Berry explained. “Texas is going to take more of a specific regimen to prepare, just knowing my background, but as long as we stay focused and continue to do the best we can, I think we can have a solid day at Texas.”

Berry sits 23rd in the NASCAR Cup Series championship standings after the opening eight races of the 2024 season.

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