Our firm’s race car posted a third place finish on national television at the Talladega Superspeedway on April 24th. Our driver, Grant Enfinger, made his first run on a superspeedway which requires “drafting” in packs of cars at more than 180 miles per hour. It’s a totally different driving experience. After qualifying eighth out of 41 competitors, Grant ran in the top ten most of the 250 mile race.
Grant is competing in an ARCA car, a stock car, which is essentially a NASCAR Cup vehicle with a slightly less powerful engine. Grant qualified the Beasley Allen car at more than 183 miles per hour and his speeds were even faster during the race. He will be racing the firm’s ARCA car on national television later in the year. We fully expect that the race team will continue posting top finishes.
Automotive racing engineers and trial lawyers have both contributed to passenger vehicle safety improvements. When manufacturers claim that cars and trucks can’t be designed and made safer, Greg Allen and others have shown that race teams have improved both performance and safety. Grant will continue to do his part to drive the Beasley Allen car to the front of the pack. Our firm will continue to do its part to encourage the development and production of safer motor vehicles, including passenger cars, pick-ups, SUVs, and big rig and commercial trucks. We are very proud of Grant and his team. I predict the sports world will be hearing lots more from Grant in the not-too-distant future.
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