Despite Ryan Blaney's NASCAR Cup Series championship win, Josh Williams won't be returning as the spotter for Ryan Blaney and his team (Team Penske). Josh Williams confirmed on social media that he's moving on to other career plans and won't be a spotter for Team Penske anymore.
After nine amazing years and tons of shared moments, Williams is ready for a new chapter in his life.
“Last [week’s] NASCAR banquet was my last call as spotter for the 12 team and Team Penske,” Williams wrote on Twitter.
“After 9 years it was time to personally and professionally make a change for myself and my family. I’m forever grateful to everyone I’ve gotten to work with at [Penske], especially those that have become lifelong friends.
" The last races of his team were great. Williams is happy that he could be part of such a story and help his team achieve its goals. “I’m proud knowing the last 6 races were it and going out with a Talladega win, a Martinsville clock, and capping it off with a Cup Series Championship.
We couldn’t have finished it off any better."
Josh Williams: I’m really excited for what the future has in store
He's really looking forward to the future and the plans he's got in store. Williams hasn't officially confirmed his next move, but it's certain he'll be continuing his career with another team.
Whoever that team will be, they can be happy with the engagement of such a great expert and person. “I’m really excited for what the future has in store and looking forward to sharing those plans soon. I can’t wait to get to the coliseum!” Team Penske members have only words of praise for Williams. He left a big mark on the team and showed how important he is to his team.