Berrier had most recently served as crew chief for the No. 47 Toyota driven by former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Bobby Labonte at JTG Daugherty Racing. He replaces Pete Rondeau and will assume the crew chief duties immediately, beginning with Sunday's Crown Royal presents the Curtiss Shaver 400 at the Brickyard at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Furniture Row Racing general manager Joe Garone said of the move, "Todd will be a great fit with our operation. The skill sets he has acquired during a successful crew chief career will be valuable assets as we move forward with a high level of energy and anticipation."
"Furniture Row Racing has a reputation in the Sprint Cup garage for its commitment and potential," said Berrier. "I welcome this opportunity and can't wait to begin my new position at Indianapolis this weekend."
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