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Joshua "Josh" Wise born February 7,  is a retired American professional stock car racing driver and currently an athletic trainer for Chip Ganassi Racing. He won the California State Monza Championships in, and He became a national quarter midget champion inwinning the light B class at the Sacramento California Grand Nationals.
In six years of racing quarter midgets, Wise won more than 60 races. InWise began racing micro sprints, he primarily competed at Barona Speedway near San Diego, but traveled to Northern California as well to compete. His rookie season at Barona Speedway, Wise captured eight main event wins, six of them in a row, finishing second in points, earning rookie of the year honors. In his rookie year Wise captured two wins at Madera Speedway and one at Stockton 99, beating midget legend Sleepy Tripp to the checkers.
For his first win at Madera Speedway, Wise started last and came through the field to take the win in a race that was called short due to a bad accident during the feature. He ran two races and earned one top InWise returned to the team to run 11 races, earning one pole position and six top 10s, including three second-place finishes.
Inhe ran 17 races in the No. He earned one top 10 finish, a fifth-place finish at IRP. Wise made three series starts in for Xxxtreme Motorsportfailing to finish any of them. Wise raced 15 USAC national midget races winning three and taking eight top fives.
Wins included the Belleville Nationals preliminary night and the Firemans Nationals. After the season, it was announced that Wise had signed with Specialty Racing to run full-time in After seven races, he caught the eye of car owner Dale Earnhardt, Jr. He raced in the No. Wise raced part-time in bouncing between three different teams but still managed to finish 16th in the Nationwide Series drivers standings, He also made his Cup Series debut at Chicago, driving for Max Q Motorsports ; he qualified for three additional races over the rest of the year.
Wise drove about 20 races to completion, while start and parking the remainder. He qualified the following week at Las Vegas, finishing 42nd.
This partnership was short-lived, however, as Wise parted ways with the team after the Quaker State InWise was picked up by The Motorsports Group for the Daytona ; despite failing to qualify for the race, Wise and TMG announced their intention to run the full season together.
He didn't drive for Martinsville, Phoenix, and Homestead as Gray Gaulding drove for the team at those races. With help from several wealthy individuals, the communities came up with the money one week later on March Wise ran with the Dogecoin-wrapped car on May 4, running as high as 4th and finishing 20th, his second-best finish at the time. Several days later Wise announced to his followers that he would race the Dogecar also called the "Moonrocket"  for free at the Sprint Showdown on May 16 and the All-Star Race if he won the Showdown or the fan vote.
With international support and an excited fan base, Wise won the vote, defeating odds-on favorite Danica Patrick. The funds from the sale of 5, shirts were successfully raised six days later, [ citation needed ] ending with 5, shirts sold. He wore it during all of his races for the rest of the season, including the races where Dogecoin isn't the primary sponsor of the No. In July, bullion dealer Provident Metals became a sponsor of the No.
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