Josh Berry may not yet have his name on the “Wall of Fame” outside Hickory Motor Speedway in North Carolina, but if he keeps up seasons like he had in 2014, Hickory’s maintenance staff better find some paint brushes to swipe his name along the other heroes on there.


Josh Berry celebrates the Fall Brawl win with team owner Dale Earnhardt, Jr. ( photo)

Josh Berry celebrates the Fall Brawl win with team owner Dale Earnhardt, Jr. ( photo)

Berry finished up his NASCAR Late Model Stock Car championship season Saturday night with his Fall Brawl victory.  The season-ending 150-lap win went along with his Bobby Isaac Memorial win, giving the Tennessee native a sweep of Hickory’s most prestigious Late Model events in 2014.  Berry started on the pole and went into tire-saving mode, giving him enough speed at the end of the race to rocket to the top spot and into victory lane.


The victory was a monumental one, as well, as it came with Berry’s team owner, NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt, Jr., in attendance.  It was the first time Earnhardt saw one of his Late Models win in person, as he told


For his dominating performance at Hickory Saturday and all season long, Josh Berry is this week’s winner of the Maxima Racing Oils Dominator Award on  Berry will receive a product certificate from Maxima Racing Oils.


MAXIMA RACING OILS was created for world-class racers, men and women who challenge the limits of possibility. Their demands on equipment drive us to look beyond conventional ideas and to exceed industry standards. It’s in our DNA to identify problems, formulate solutions and execute at the highest level of competition. A simple goal to make things better than ever thought possible.


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