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Josh Bilicki Joins DGM Racing for Season Opener at Daytona

Zeigler Auto Group and Elliott’s Custom Trailers & Carts to serve as primary sponsors aboard the No. 36 Camaro

LAKE WALES, Fla., (February 2, 2022) – DGM Racing announced today that NASCAR Cup Series driver, Josh Bilicki, will join the team for the NASCAR Xfinity Series season opener at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, February 19th. Bilicki will drive the team’s No. 36 Chevrolet Camaro, with Zeigler Automotive Group and Elliott’s Custom Trailers & Carts serving as the primary sponsors.

“Starting the new race season at Daytona is always a very important piece to the puzzle, so I am very excited to be joining DGM Racing in their No. 36 Chevrolet Camaro,” says Bilicki. “While it will be my first time with the organization, I am familiar with the team and how strong they have ran at Super Speedways in the past. I’m looking forward to getting behind the wheel of the Zeigler Auto Group / Elliott’s Custom Trailers & Carts Camaro in just a few short weeks!”

Featured on the hood of the No. 36 Camaro will be Zeigler Automotive Group, one of the largest privately-owned dealer groups in the U.S. with 78 franchises across 35 locations in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. Vehicle brands represented include all the domestic and majority of the imported manufacturers.

Elliott's Custom Trailers & Carts will be featured on the quarter panels. Elliott’s Custom Trailers & Carts is an authorized trailer and golf cart dealer serving all of northern Indiana. The company has deep roots in motorsports, as its late founder, Tony Elliott, was a very accomplished racer and one of USAC's greatest ambassadors. Tony's outgoing personality also led to great success for his Elliott's Custom Trailers business, where he sold race trailers and custom golf carts.

Featured on the rear bumper of Bilicki’s No. 36 Camaro will be the Tony Elliott Foundation. Through Tony’s business, he gave back to the sport he loved so much by sponsoring drivers and events. His wife Cindy has continued these contributions both through the business and the foundation.

“We are grateful and excited to be partnering with Josh for a second year this season,” says Cindy Elliott, president of Elliott’s Custom Trailers & Carts. “Josh is one of the most underrated drivers in the sport and works extremely hard for his sponsors and fans. We believe he will be the best ambassador for the Tony Elliott Foundation and Elliott’s Custom Trailers & Carts!”

Additional partners featured on the No. 36 Camaro are Insurance King, Custom Fiberglass Molding, Rich Mar Florist, The Builder’s Outlet Super Store, Pacific Coast Termite Inc, and Ditec Marine Products.

The “Beef. It's What's For Dinner 300” NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Daytona International Speedway will take place on Saturday, February 19th at 5PM ET. It will be televised live on Fox Sports 1.

About DGM Racing

Driven by pure passion and love for everything racing, DGM Racing is a family-owned and operated business headquartered in Lake Wales, FL. Since 1990, Mario Gosselin and his wife, Michelle, have worked tirelessly to elevate DGM Racing and grow the organization each year. What started as a local hobby on the weekends in Hialeah, Florida, has grown into a powerhouse organization fielding four NASCAR Xfinity Series cars. Going into the 2022 season, the team has more than 149 Top-20 race finishes and four Top-20 finishes in driver standings between 2020-2021. For additional information, news and the latest updates, connect with DGM Racing at, Facebook (DGM Racing), Twitter (@dgm_racing_), or Instagram (@dgm_racing_).

About Zeigler Automotive Group: Zeigler Automotive Group is one of the largest privately-owned dealer groups in the U.S. with 78 franchises across 35 locations in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. Vehicle brands represented include all of the domestic and the majority of the imported manufacturers. Besides its extensive automotive portfolio, the organization owns and operates Zeigler Motorsports, an 85,000-square-foot motorsports dealership and action park, offering 19 different powersports brands, plus its own onsite restaurant: Trak Houz Bar & Grill. Additionally, Zeigler Motorsports houses the Elevate Leadership & Team Building Academy, an executive training company. The Kalamazoo, Mich.,-based dealer group also owns and operates Zeigler Pre-Owned of Chicago, a Carquest Auto Parts store, three Byrider franchises, three finance companies, several insurance firms, and a leasing firm. Founded in 1975, the organization employs over 2,300 people, ranking among the top 1% of automotive dealers in the nation with estimated annual sales of $2.2 billion for 2022. The family-owned and operated company is well known for its commitment to both customer service and employee satisfaction. Zeigler is regularly recognized as one of the Best and Brightest Companies to Work for in the Nation, also earning similar accolades in Chicago and Michigan.

About Elliott’s Custom Trailers & Carts: Elliott's Custom Trailers & Carts is an authorized inTech Trailer, United, Featherlite, ATC, Legend, Alumitech, Haulmark, and EZ Go dealership serving the greater Warsaw, Indiana-area. We are proud to carry a large selection of new and pre-owned inventory. When you are ready to invest in a new trailer, our friendly and knowledgeable sales, financing, service, and parts departments are prepared to make sure your experience is outstanding. To learn more, visit Elliott’s Custom Trailers and Carts online at, or call 800-766-1886.

About the Tony Elliott Foundation: The mission of the Tony Elliott Foundation is to continue Tony's love for racing and financially support worthy recipients in the racing community. Tony Elliott was a very accomplished racer and one of USAC's greatest ambassadors. He was a two-time USAC National Sprint Car Champion (1998 and 2000), back in the day when it took being the best overall driver both on dirt and pavement. Tony’s accomplishments included 40 USAC National victories (26 Sprint, 9 Midget, and 5 Silver Crown). Tony also had hundreds of non-sanctioned Sprint Car wins and 11 track championships.

More important than all his numerous racing accomplishments was just how likable Tony was. You'd see him strolling around the pits and he seemed to always have a smile on his face. He was the kind of guy you just always wanted to stop and say hi to, and he always made time for his fans and friends at the track. To learn more, visit the Tony Elliott Foundation online at


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