JWM Ready to Shake It Down Again at The Tricky Triangle

Josh Williams Motorsports

Josh Williams ARCA Racing SeriesSeries: Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA)
Track: Pocono Raceway
Event: ModSpace 150
Date: Friday, July 29th, 2016
Start: 5:30 pm EST.
Distance: 60 Laps / 150 Miles
Broadcast: LIVE on Fox Sports 1
Points Standings: 2nd in ARCA Series Points (2805)

Josh Williams and his No.6 Musselman’s Applesauce crew are coming off of a solid finish at Lucas Oil Raceway this past weekend. Williams qualified 17th, but near ends race wheeled his Chevy SS to a fourth place finish. With only a two day turn around the team quickly prepared chassis 010 for this weeks ModSpace 150 at Pocono Raceway.

In June the JWM team battled the elements at Pocono Raceway for the #AnywhereIsPossible200 Presented by General Tire. The Port Charlotte, Florida native started 20th after losing the chance to qualify due to rain. The one day event was a struggle for the team but they pulled together to bring home a P11 finish moving the No.6 Chevrolet up 9 spots on the track.

JWM Community Outreach Williams and his crew will visit the Lehigh Valley Children’s Hospital Thursday July 28th at 1:30 P.M. then will head to Dimarco’s Bakery in Broadheadsville PA at 6:30 P.M. for a fan meet and greet, as well as raffling off a raced version hood.

Josh Williams Quote: “Last time we were here, we had a rough weekend but we have worked night and day to make this weekend our weekend. I’m so proud of my guys and their dedication to making this team better each week, it’s more then any driver could ever hope for in a team.”

Friday’s Schedule The ARCA Racing Series garage opens at 7:30 AM with practice from 9:30 A.M.- 10:55 A.M, followed by Menards Pole Qualifying presented by Ansell at 2:00 PM and going green for the ModSpace 150 at 5:30 PM. The ModSpace 150 will be live on Fox Sports 1 with live timing and scoring at www.arcaracing.com .

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