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Josh Berry Partnering With Dylan Fetcho Racing for Battle of Broadway 150 at Nashville Fairgrounds

NASCAR Cup Series competitor Josh Berry is teaming up with three-time Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway champion Dylan Fetcho for the Battle of Broadway 150 on Thursday, June 27.

Dylan Fetcho Racing announced on Friday that they have paired up with Berry for the Pro Late Model race. The non-points event for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour at the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway serves as a prelude to the NASCAR Cup Series’ Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway on June 30.

Berry will pilot a Dylan Fetcho Racing Late Model in the event, with support from Harrison’s. The family-owned clothing and footwear chain based in Spartanburg, South Carolina has been a partner of Berry’s since 2022, sponsoring Berry both in the Cup Series and in many of his Late Model endeavors.

Berry cut his teeth racing Legends Cars on the quarter-mile infield bullring located on the Fairgrounds Speedway property, including the 2009 Legends track championship. However, he has never competed on the high-banked .596-mile oval that offers the main attractions on race nights at the Fairgrounds.

Meanwhile, Fetcho has been one of the top competitors at the Fairgrounds in the past five years. Fetcho won the Pro Late Model track championship in 2020, 2022 and 2023, tying him with Sterling Marlin and Andy Kirby, Jr. as three-time champions in Nashville’s premier division. Only Coo Coo Marlin and Joe Buford, with four, have more championships.

Earlier this month, Trackhouse Racing announced that Ross Chastain will also compete in the Battle of Broadway 150 with Rackley WAR.

Fans can order tickets now for the Battle of Broadway 150 or subscribe to RacingAmerica.TV to watch the event live.

-Photo credit: Will Bellamy, Racing America

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