Vizion Motorsports Issues Statement about Releasing Josh White

Vizion Motorsports

Vizion Motorsports statement regarding the termination of endorsing Josh White/Josh White Racing.

The Team felt it was necessary for various reasons, which were not revealed until the day of Arca Testing at Daytona. We would have preferred to keep this issue on a more professional level for our Team and Josh White, unfortunately Josh White took to social media before our statement could be released. By doing so he has placed the Team In an awkward position. There was “no breach of contract” on behalf of Vizion Motorsports. It is clearly outlined in the contract with Josh White what the driver’s responsibilities are:

  • “Driver must also be professional and not violate any laws to be detrimental to the team or sponsor or personal brand”

    This was violated in December 2019, with an individual on social media. Josh was spoken to concerning this incident.
    Josh has been degrading the Team via social media
  • “Driver must present themselves is a professional manner at all time.”

    Upon his arrival for testing in Daytona we were notified of his appearance and conduct on the track.
  • “Driver is responsible for crash repair exceeding $1500 and maximum of $10000 per test.”

    The Team did not feel that this could be met, if needed.
  • “Driver is responsible for any licensing requirements to be acquired to race”

    Josh was unable to meet this requirement himself and was requesting sponsor money from team sponsors. Team sponsored funds are for races not testing of drivers. This issue was discussed with Josh prior to him making the arrangements to go to Daytona.

Since Josh White’s original post concerning “Breach of Contract” and contacting Team sponsors it has become known that funds from Team sponsors were not received by the Team. All sponsors that sponsored Josh White paid Josh White not the team. It has been brought to or attention that some Team sponsors that were directed to pay Josh White instead of the Team some of those funds have not been received by the team.

We regret to have make this type of statement and we wish Josh well is in dream of racing.