SimCraft will sponsor Josh Williams this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

HAMPTON, Ga. – Josh Williams and DGM Racing have announced a partnership with SimCraft, an industry leader in racing simulation equipment and motion simulation technology, in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

As part of the association, SimCraft will be featured as the primary sponsor of Williams’ No. 36 Chevrolet Camaro during Saturday’s Rinnai 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, the first time that SimCraft has served in a major sponsorship capacity with Williams.

SimCraft will be an associate partner of Williams throughout the season, and Williams will also become a part of the SimCraft family of drivers as a brand ambassador as well.

The Florida native joins drivers like recent Daytona 500 champion Denny Hamlin, Justin Allgaier and Ty Gibbs – the grandson of three-time Super Bowl-winning coach and champion NASCAR team owner Joe Gibbs – as racers who utilize SimCraft simulation equipment to gain seat time away from the track.

“I’ve been friends with the folks at SimCraft, going back quite a while,” explained Williams. “We did some (trade) shows and other appearances with them in the past, and now it’s really cool to bring them into the sport in a way that gets their brand out to a little bit of a different demographic, maybe, than what they’ve been able to reach in the past.

“With iRacing and eSports being really popular right now, it’s a great fit, I feel like,” Williams added. “They have the best feel, the best fit and the best feedback of any simulation product that I’ve used in my career, for sure. I’m excited to help them widen their horizons this weekend in Atlanta.”

SimCraft founder and Chief Technology Officer Sean Patrick MacDonald sees multiple ways that his company’s support of Williams is beneficial to both parties.

“SimCraft is very proud and excited to support Josh Williams and the No. 36 team this weekend,” said MacDonald. “The unique fit between Josh and SimCraft intersects at the entire team’s ability and skillset to connect their sponsors to businesses, as well as consumers. SimCraft’s versatile motion technology and diverse product and service offerings afford us the opportunity to market as both a B2B and B2C solution provider.

“To illustrate, we market our driver development and engineering products in the APEX3, APEX4, APEX5, and the full motion APEX6 state of the art simulators to professional racing organizations, and at the same time can repackage the same motion technology into smaller lower cost products for consumers. No other racing simulation equipment or technology company can do that,” MacDonald noted. “In supporting Josh and the NASCAR Xfinity Series this weekend, we have a distinct opportunity to move both the B2B and B2C aspects of our business forward.”

Williams is coming off a positive run during the season opener at Daytona Int’l Speedway, where the box score didn’t reflect the speed of his No. 36 Chevrolet Camaro.

The 25-year-old finished 22nd, but ran among the leaders at several points and was as high as sixth.

“We were definitely pleased with the speed that we showed in Daytona, even if the final result didn’t reflect how we ran,” said Williams. “We know we have some things to work on to make the car better for Talladega, between strengthening our motor package and then some small things with the car itself, but we’re happy. We just tried to do something different in laying back and the wrecks never happened.

“I feel like we’ve started the year in a strong place on the superspeedway side; now we just have to carry that momentum forward as we start the bulk of our season off this weekend in Atlanta.”

Jacob Seelman

Jacob Seelman, 24, is the founder and managing editor of 77 Sports Media and a major contributing writer for SPEED SPORT Magazine. He is studying Broadcast Journalism at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, S.C. and also serves as the full-time tour announcer for the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series.

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