Our Motorsports Drivers
Brett Moffit • #02
A native of Iowa, Brett began his motorsports career racing go-karts throughout the Midwest. At age 17, Brett competed in his first NASCAR sanctioned event and progressed through multiple developmental series. He captured a top-10 in his first ever Xfinity Series finishing 9th at his hometown Iowa speedway in 2012. Brett reached the pinnacle of success in the NASCAR Truck Series by earning the 2018 Championship. Brett still competes full time in the Truck Series in addition to piloting the Our Motorsports Chevrolet.
Tyler Reddick • #23
A native of California, Reddick is currently running his second full season in the NASCAR Cup Series for Richard Childress Racing. He is a two-time NASCAR Xfinity Series champion and earned those titles back-to-back when driving for JR Motorsports in 2018 and Richard Childress Racing in 2019, making him the first driver to ever win back-to-back titles with different teams. Reddick has nine career Xfinity Series wins overall. Reddick has also previously competed in the Camping World Truck Series, where he’d earn three wins.
Blaine Perkins • #23
Blaine Perkins, a native of Bakersfield, CA, is a young, rising star set to join Our Motorsports to pilot the #03 Camaro. Perkins has had success in everything he’s driven from go-karts to the ARCA Menards Series. Perkins has 3 full time seasons in the ARCA West Series and in 2020 he finished runner up in the standings with his 3 wins and 8 top 5s. 2021 will be his 1st attempt at running in NASCAR’s top 3 premier series.
Andy Lally • #23
A native of New York, Lally has achieved almost everything possible in racing. He is a 5-time class winner of the Rolex 24 at Daytona and a 3-time Grand-Am champion. The 2011 NASCAR Cup Series Rookie of the Year driver is set for his 2nd stint with the team in 2021 after achieving two top-5 finishes in his two starts at Road America and Daytona RC during 2020.
Natalie Decker • #23
Natalie Decker, an Eagle River, WI native, is a well-known driver teaming up with Our Motorsports. Decker will be piloting the No.23 for 3 races in the 2021 season. Victories, and a strong fan base, have been a part of Decker’s life and career since she first got behind the wheel of a go-kart. Adding to her history of breaking records, Decker became the first female racer to ever score a podium finish in the ARCA Midwest Tour. Her success in the state of Florida through the season also earned Decker the prestigious title of NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Rookie of the Year in the Sunshine State. In the years since, she has won races and championships, all leading to being a part of the NASCAR Drive for Diversity program and now her start in the Xfinity Series.
Tanner Berryhill • #23
Tanner Berryhill, Bixby, Oklahoma native grew up in the world of racing. He has competed in multiple motorsports series. Berryhill made his NXS debut in 2012. The 27-year old driver has amassed 40 starts in the series and has also two season starts in the NASCAR Cup Series.
Ty Dillon • #23
Ty Dillon, a native of Welcome, North Carolina, is the grandson of racing legend Richard Childress. The 29-year-old driver has over 370 starts across NASCAR’s three national series. Dillon has one NXS
victory at the prestigious Indianapolis Motor Speedway and three wins in the NASCAR Truck Series at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Kentucky Speedway and Texas Motor Speedway.