By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The World has been devastated by the coronavirus outbreak. While people around the country — and world — are battling this infectious virus, people are losing jobs left and right, especially in the United States.
As 3.2 million people applied for unemployment this week, according to NBC News, a drag racer has done the unthinkable. Brittanie and Josh Hart have made an announcement on Friday that they will not make a single penny during the current pandemic shutdown.
How long will this last? Nobody knows. Yet, they have made this move in order to pay their employees.
This would allow their Burnyzz Speed Shop and Josh Hart Fearless Racing team members to make their full-time salary.
“Josh Hart and Brittanie Hart of Burnyzz Speed Shop and Fearless Racing suspend personal salaries indefinitely to pay every team member their full salary for the entirety of this shut down,” the Facebook post said.
Hart competes in Top Alcohol Dragster with sponsorship from Technet as the major sponsor. He won the last official Divisional at the “Baby Gators” as he defeated Jackie Fricke at Gainesville Raceway in Gainesville, Florida near his Ocala, Florida home.
He will make his Top Fuel Dragster debut in June in the postponed Gatornationals for Bob Vandergriff Racing.
Burnyzz Speed Shop is a car dealer in Ocala, Florida.
“Burnyzz is more than just a speed shop we Buy, Sell and Consign Classic Cars,” their website says. “We also have a full service department for all of your Classic and New car needs. Our mission and ultimate goal is to enhance the classic car experience of our customers and to provide you and your family with a solid, classic or collectible vehicle that you can drive and enjoy for many years. We, as a team of automobile professionals, will work our hardest to see that your experience with Burnyzz is memorable and we will always respect your choice to do business with us. We strive to satisfy those individuals who have an appreciation for the history, engineering and craftsmanship of the classic car.”
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