Austin Berry


Austin Berry Racing (ABR) is a family owned, dirt super late model team based in Mifflin, Pennsylvania. Father and son Ken and Austin Berry, along with the rest of their family, have raced together for over 17 years, working through successful years in go karts and legends to reach the super late model level.

The team is entering its 9th season of super late model racing in thetough PA, MD, and VA region. The team broke through for their first win during the 2021 season at the highly competitive Port Royal Speedway.

ABR’s 2023 plans include chasing a track championship at Port Royal Speedway, competing in the Appalachian Mountain Speedweek and entering touring series races in the Mid Atlantic region.

The rising team’s future goal is to be a consistent, top regional competitor with the resources and capability to be competitive on a national level.


Austin Berry


Ken Berry

Car Owner/Engine

Josh Sheaffer

Crew Chief/Shocks

Nathan Berry


Joey Bainey

Mike Rayson

Wade Moore

Hunter Berry

Garrett Berry


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Austin started racing go-karts in 2005 in Pennsylvania. In 2007 he began competing in the WKA, VDKA, and other small series in the Southeastern U.S.

His career evolved to Legend cars midway through the 2011 season and in 2012 he entered a driver development program in North Carolina.

After three seasons in Legends, Austin decided to stick to his Pennsylvania home and go dirt Super Late Model racing in 2015.



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A2D PR’s website received visitors from more than 10 countries and has netted over 31,000 views by nearly 24,000 unique visitors in 2022.

A2D PR’s combination of social media outlets, website and email newsletter provide a total reach of over 400,000 people per year.

2024 PLANS

Approximately 30 races are planned from March through September. Port Royal Speedway in Central Pennsylvania will be the team’s regular home, but the team also plans to compete inthe Super Late Model Appalachian Mountain Speedweek in June, as well as other special events in the Mid Atlantic region.



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