William Byron, who scored a series-leading fourth NASCAR Cup Series victory at Atlanta Motor Speedway, will expand his short track racing footprint even further this season, with a stop at Berlin Raceway in August.
The 25-year-old driver will compete in the Battle at Berlin on August 9, where he'll pilot the No. 24 Chevrolet for Anthony Campi Racing. Sponsorship for the event will come from U.S. Radiators, which debuted a partnership with the NASCAR Cup Series driver in the 2022 Snowball Derby last December.
For more than five decades, U.S. Radiator has provided cooling system confidence to car builders, travelers, and the industrial sector worldwide. The quality and performance of the company's American-made radiators take priority over all other aspects of the business.
Everything that the company produces is made from the same factor in Gadsden, Alabama, by the same men and women who design and assemble the company's high-performance street rods, custom car, agricultural, industrial, and racing radiators.
Throughout the season, Byron has competed in several short track events, through various sanctions, with Anthony Campi Racing, including ASA STARS National Tour events at North Wilkesboro and Hickory, as well as the Slinger Nationals at Slinger Speedway.
Earlier in the season, while driving for Donnie Wilson Motorsports, Byron was able to snatch a pair of victories at New Symrna Speedway, one in the World Series as Asphalt Stock Car Racing, and one in the ASA Southern Super Series.
Last season at Berlin Raceway, Byron finished eighth in the Battle at Berlin, but scored the victory earlier in the season at the track's Money in The Bank 150.
A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, Byron will look to continue translating his career-best season at NASCAR's top level into success when visiting short tracks across the United States.