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Grant Enfinger

Grant Enfinger, began his racing career in 1996, jumping behind the wheel of a go-kart’s at Sunny South Raceway in Grand Bay, Ala. In 2011, Enfinger competed in his first full ARCA Racing Series season, finishing fourth in the championship points standing and collecting his career first ARCA Racing Series pole award. At his home track, Mobile (Ala.) International Speedway, Enfinger captured his first ARCA Racing Series victory on March 9, 2013 after leading 165 laps. In 2014, Enfinger signed with GMS Racing. After claiming the 2015 ARCA Racing Series Championship under the GMS Racing banner, Enfinger made his way into the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. The Fairhope, Ala., native looks to keep climbing up the NASCAR ranks and continue his racing success.

Recent Event Results

Event Alan Jay Automotive Network 120 (IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge)
Location Sebring International Raceway
Date March 15, 2019
Started 13
Finished 15
Laps 49/49

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Event NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Race at Martinsville
Location Martinsville Speedway
Date March 23, 2019

Recent Update

Grant Enfinger, No. 22 Ford Performance/Multimatic Motorsports, Inc. Ford Mustang GT4
IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge
Sebring International Raceway
Race Information:
Started: 13th
Finished: 15th
Laps: 49/49
Practice 1: 23rd
Practice 2: 26th
Practice 3: 10th
“I can’t thank Ford Performance and Multimatic Motorsprots enough for this opportunity. I was definitely a fish out of water when I got here, but I feel good about the progress Matt (Crafton) and I made this week. Unfortunately, we had to make a couple unnecessary pass-thru penalties – one for running over pit equipment when I initially got in the car – I guess one of the crew guys dropped a radio, and I ran over it – and another to repair damage late in the race. I don’t know exactly what happened going into Turn 7. Looking back, I should have shoved my teammate Ben Rhodes there on the bottom, and went ahead and got by those guys, but he had an engine issue and I thought we could clear him going into Turn 7. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case and I thought we were two wide, and we ended up three-wide, and I got dumped there in the right rear. Not the result we wanted, but we were able to salvage something, and I feel good about our progress going from the back of the pack to mid-pack. Honestly, I gained a ton of experience, and I actually feel comfortable in these cars, even though I know I still have a long way to go.”

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Stats & Bio

Hometown Fairhope, AL
Birthdate January 22, 1985
Height 5' 11"
Weight 165 lbs
Team ThorSport Racing
Truck No. 98 Ford F-150

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