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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.

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Recent Event Results

Event North Carolina Education Lottery 200
Location Charlotte Motor Speedway
Date May 17, 2019
Started 9
Finished 9
Laps 134/134

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Grant Enfinger, No. 98 Protect The Harvest/Curb Records Ford F-150
NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series
Charlotte Motor Speedway – NC Education Lottery 200
Race No. 8 of 23
Charlotte Race Information:
Started: 9th
Stage 1: 3rd
Stage 2: 3rd
Finished: 9th
Laps: 134/134
Laps Led: 2
Status: Running
Driver Points: 1st
Owner Points: 2nd
TOP-10 FINISH FOR GRANT ENFINGER AT CHARLOTTE
“We started out the day terrible – we we’re just out to lunch. Jeff Hensley (crew chief), Josh Hankish (truck chief) and all the guys worked really hard on this Protect The Harvest Ford F-150. They got it drivable. They were able to make it a good truck by the time we qualified and raced. We were a third-place truck, we had nothing for the 51, but we had a solid truck all night. We finished third in both stages, felt like we should have finished up there – I’m very disappointed with this ninth-place finish. We just didn’t have the breaks we needed with track position, restarts or the rows we had to line-up in. Overall though, very proud of the speed we had from where we started the day, and the speed we had compared to our two previous runs here. I feel like Charlotte Motor Speedway will finally not be a place I dread coming back to next year. I’m just very thankful for Duke and Rhonda Thorson, Mike Curb, Champion Power Equipment, Protect The Harvest – just everyone that allows us to do this.”

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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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