josh white racing

Signs Turn 4 Racing Breaks as partner

The motorsports-themed trading card company based in northern California has agreed to an eight-race associate partnership deal with Josh White Racing and Vizion Motorsports ahead of the 2020 professional racing season.

The company will help kick off the season with Josh Whtie and Vizion at Daytona International Speedway next February in the season-opening race in the ARCA Menards Series.

“This is a very different company, and one that sells products within my industry. I am delighted to have them in my program, they are small, but we can do big things with something small. I’m excited for this partnership as it shows how you don’t have to be a millionaire to be in professional Motorsports, or at least in my program. I am here to offer real world solutions in Motorsports Marketing to companies both big and small. So we will see Turn 4 Racing Breaks on our race vehicles in 2020 for 8 races starting at Daytona!” Josh White said.

For Kevin Tobin, also a U.S. Marine veteran, the partnership is something he pursued.“He was looking for sponsors so I figured why not,” Kevin said. “I thought it would be cool to support him and get involved.

”More partnership opportunities remain available with Josh White and Vizion Motorsports. For more information or media request, e-mail [email protected]

Rifle caddy partners

with Josh White Racing and professional motorsports

Rifle Caddy has become the latest company to partner with Josh White Racing and professional motorsports. The company has agreed to several races with White and Vizion Motorsports’ ARCA Menards Series team.

“I’m excited to see Rifle Caddy back in our program, they have returned and you will expect to see them for four races in 2020 starting at Daytona International Speedway,” Josh White said.

Rifle Caddy makes vehicle firearm storage easy and efficient.

Race fans can use a 5% discount by sending an email to to [email protected]

To use the coupon code, to go https://riflecaddy.com/products/rifle-caddy/


"Ink"s new partner for 2020

Josh White Racing has partnered with Ft. Lauderdale, Florida-based Dirty Ape Ink as its latest associate sponsor for future racing endeavors.

The company, specializing in custom products, screen printing, banners and sublimation will be embarking on their first professional motorsports partnership with NASCAR’s Fighting Marine.

Dirty Ape Ink will be an associate sponsor with White during the 2020 racing season and with Vizion Motorsports, including their efforts at Daytona International Speedway in February.

“I reached out to them, and we were able to ‘ink’ a deal,” Josh White said. “I am excited to partner with another company that is shares the same goals in spreading awareness of the on-going battle of PTSD and veteran suicide.”

White will be a part of the starting lineup for the 2020 Lucas Oil 200 Driven by General Tire at Daytona on Saturday, February 8.

“I believe we will be moving forward with Josh and his racing endeavors,” Daniel Northsea with Dirty Ape Ink said. “Josh is a veteran, and we are running a veteran-owned business; we are building a brand, Josh is building a brand, and I believe we both can benefit mutually together.”

The other three races will be announced at a later date.

“Apparel companies offer custom motorsports apparel, and then there’s Dirty Ape Ink, that offers that plus many different products,” White said. “They have sponsored local racing and have room to grow in the industry. I see so much potential in how they can grow in their industry, and how we can all grow together.

“It’s a no-brainer to partner up, and we will see a lot of sponsor growth moving forward.”

Josh White Partners

with Vizion Motorsports

Motorsports’ fighting marine Josh White has partnered with Vizion Motorsports to help get back on the racetrack in the not-too-distant future. White will be bringing his associate sponsors including Prym1 Camo Apparel and Bru-Bag to the professional motorsports organization. “I’m very excited to bring both of these companies into motorsports,” White said.  “Neither of them have ever been involved in professional Motorsports marketing, of any sort. We would like to welcome Bru-Bag LLC to the program and to the team with their Beerpong Meets Cornhole game.

“It’s family friendly, and appropriate for all ages, and no, you don’t have to drink beer to play! We will be working very closely with these sponsors for growth within my Motorsports program. I very much look forward to working with both Prym1 Camo and Bru-Bag.”

The team is a driver-development team, differing its operations from most teams competing on the national scene. Vizion will be working with White on building relationships with current partners and bringing in new partners to motorsports.

A racing schedule will be formally announced at a later date. The team is confident the partners and Josh White will be hitting the track very soon.

Josh White and his partners are also giving race fans even more reason to celebrate.

Prym1 Camo, an American and veteran-owned company producing “Tomorrow’s Camoflauge,” is offering a 20 percent discount at their online shop by using the promo code “Hero 1” at https://crosspowerstore.com/prym1/.

Bru-Bag, LLC — also an American company and veteran owned — is also offering 10 percent off at their online marketplace. Fans can use the code “Josh White” at checkout to receive the offer.

More sponsors will be announced at a later date, and more space available.



When Josh White hits the track later this year, he will have a new company involved in his racing endeavors.

Josh White Racing is proud to announce Prym1 Camo has agreed to become technical a sponsor in the company’s first endeavor into motorsports marketing.

“Prym1 Camo has a lot to offer in its industry, I am very proud to have them in my motorsports program,” White said. “I will be very excited to help and watch them grow within my program, all while getting them into professional motorsports for the very first time.”

An official racing schedule will be released at a later date.

Prym1 Camo creates camouflage products using the colors and textures of nature with organic patterns. Additionally, the company has helped U.S. Veterans through charity involvement.

More partner announcements will also be announced at a later date, as White is determined to work with small and large companies alike.


Josh White is a professional racecar driver hailing from Charleston, West Virginia. Only the second-ever U.S. Marine to compete in a national NASCAR-sanctioned event, White’s resume includes stops in the ARCA Menards Series and NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series.

White has a military point-of-view, working with the Mission 22 Foundation, aimed at ending veteran suicide.


Josh White, driver – “I am excited to work with new partners who are coming into the sport for the first time, and look forward to showing them what a national motorsports platform is all about. We are always looking for new sponsors and I am honored to work with Prym1 Camo on their maiden voyage into racing.”

Stacie Walker, Prym1 Camo – “Josh reached out to us, and we’ve never participated in any motorsports sponsorship before so this is really exciting for us. The big determining factor for Prym1 Camo was that he is a veteran. That was the big appeal for me as he gets back into racing. We want to be helping our veterans, and he is the kind of driver we want representing us. We’re looking forward to working with Josh and all his racing endeavors.”

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White partners with Mission 22 to join war against Veteran suicide! White, former Marine, former NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series driver, is looking to come back to NASCAR and race for a cause.

He is energetic and passionate about Veterans with PTSD, depression, and reducing the Veteran suicide rate. He is securing sponsors for his NASCAR ride, but is looking for more, which would help his mission in waging war against Veteran suicide.

He has over the weeks encouraged Veterans, if they have had issues to call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255. So it would make perfect sense to partner with Mission 22.

Mission 22 is a non-profit who combats the ever-rising veteran suicide rate. Every day, more than twenty veterans are lost to suicide. Mission 22 wants to bring that number to zero. It does this with three main programs; veteran treatment programs, memorials and national awareness. Mission 22 provides treatment programs to veterans for Post-Traumatic Stress, and other issues they might be facing. It organizes events and builds memorials to create social impact and awareness for these issues. Mission 22 also has an Ambassador volunteer program for people to get involved as well. Ambassadors educate the public on veteran issues, help get veterans into Mission 22 treatment programs and create resources in their communities. Through these three programs, it enables a push for the betterment of our nation’s heroes and stands united in the war against veteran suicide.

“I am very excited to be a part of this organization, I want to help other Veterans, so this is an honor to be a part of an organization this influential. I think with my fanbase and my racing career, we have the potential to be very powerful with reducing the Veteran suicide rate. To save a Veterans life, is a success, a battle won. I would hope someone would do the same for me. Mission 22 also has FREE treatment programs for Veterans and has partnered with other organizations to help Veterans and their families. This organization has such a powerful message, and I agree with all of it. Mission 22, all the way!” Josh said.

To learn more information, for Mission 22 visit www.Mission22.com and for Josh White, visit www.fightingmarine.com

Josh white is looking to get on track, as he is United with Mission 22 in the war against Veteran suicide!

You can follow him on Facebook and Twitter @Fightingmarine



“You know, I was just thinking about something. Me stepping back a while back, that was understandable but it wasnt the right call. None the less, I feel that fate is leading me in the right direction, right where I belong. As a professional race driver, I want to be the one that holds the image that doesnt give up on people. Especially Veterans. We all make mistakes, I have in the past especially. Nobody is perfect. However, the fact that there are other Veterans, commiting suicide each day, giving up on PTSD, giving up on military to civilian transistions, giving up on counseling, therapy, etc. I shouldnt give up on yall, regardless of whats going on in my life. I should be doing something, somewhere. Something. Alot of what Veterans go through hits home, just know, I am with you. Semper Fi to my devil dogs out there, and to my other Veterans. Dont give up. Another day is another challenge. Another opportunity. One day, your going to run into the best day of your life. Sure, youll have your bad days, but isnt the good days worth fighting for? Thats the image im trying to put forth. Any Veteran that needs an ear, and someone to talk to, message the page! Have a good day yall! #IGY6”

Be Back


Hey guys, I haven’t posted on here for a while. I wanted to tell you guys what’s going on, this year I thought would be my year. I could have been wrong. I’m don’t want to come at you with the same old sad story, I couldn’t get sponsors and that and the other but that’s what happened. On another note, this time, I’ve decided to step back for a little while, I’m really behind on bills, I’m buried in them. I thought I’d have an old job back but it never happened so I’m about to get a new job and what not, try to catch up. Meanwhile, I’m not giving up on this, I will still chase sponsors.

However my area of focus for this year will be a little different. Before it was me throwing everything at this, i didn’t have a job. I made it my full time job to go out, chase sponsors and make new friends and a full time job it was. But I’ve got to do things a more traditional way for a while, if we got a sponsor, we could still go NASCAR racing or maybe ARCA racing.

But unless that happens, I’ve got to do whats best for myself as a person. I’ve decided that, I will return to the dirt tracks, and have some fun. Enjoy things as they aren’t so “professional” for a while, and feed my desire to win, and win.

As a racer, I have such a competitive heart, I want to win. I’ve had a lot of fun in NASCAR and ARCA but I don’t feel that my experience in either series has not given me the chance to fulfill my potential. I’ve had the time of my life and fulfilled some dreams of mine in the process, I just couldn’t get what was needed to put me in a race winning ride. Has nothing to do with the team I was with, just was me, as a driver, I didn’t and couldn’t come with big money. I’m sorry guys, I tried, I hope to be back with a bigger name, and more money behind me. Until then, I’m going to enjoy life on the dirt, catch up on things to make ends meet again. Thanks to all those that supported me, and a very big thanks to the sponsors that gave me a fighting chance to do what I have always wanted to do. I will be back. That’s a promise, just don’t know when. Ill keep everyone in the loop if we have any news to share. Mean while ill keep everyone informed on how the dirt racing is going, and any interesting news you’ll want to know.