Blaney’s New Reality Show: In Search of a Spotter!

Blaney’s New Year Resolution: Get New Spotter!

Big news from the NASCAR community today: Ryan Blaney, the 2023 Cup Series champion, will see a shift in his team dynamics as Josh Williams, his skilled spotter, is parting ways with Team Penske. Williams has been pivotal in Blaney’s motorsport journey, guiding him to his impressive ten Cup Series victories over nine seasons.

An influential part of Team Penske, their collaboration led to three significant wins during the 2023 season, contributing to the team securing its second consecutive championship.

Rumors are brewing in the industry linking Williams to a potential association with Spire Motorsports. Should the whispers prove true, we might see him spotting for Zane Smith on the No. 71 Chevrolet in the imminent 2024 season.

Williams confirmed his departure via Twitter, stating his need for personal and professional change. He expressed gratitude towards Team Penske and everyone he had worked with.

For the full details and Williams’ farewell tweet, click here: Original Story

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