We wrote about Grant Enfinger in the February issue and I observed that he was on the move. Every stock-car driver’s dream came true for Grant last month when he won at Daytona International Speedway, taking the ARCA Racing Series’ season-opening event at the World Center of Speed. Grant led the final 29 laps of the Lucas Oil 200 presented by MAVTV American Real, with 10-time ARCA champion Frank Kimmel chasing him to the checkered flag, but falling short. After climbing out of Team BCR Racing’s No. 90 Motor Honey/Advance Auto Parts Ford in Victory Lane, Grant told a national-TV audience by way of Fox Sports 1:
This is something special. To get this, Iowa and Mobile last year, it means the world to me. … It doesn’t get much better than this.
Grant will be coming to the ARCA Mobile 200 at Mobile International Speedway on March 22 as the race’s defending champion. But now he will be coming as the winner of ARCA’s previous race. The home-track victory was his first in ARCA, and he won the Prairie Meadows 150 at Iowa Speedway in September. Grant has won three of the past eight ARCA races in which he has driven.
Last year, Grant started only eight of the 21 ARCA races. But in Daytona’s Victory Lane, Grant sounded hopeful that he will be in the No. 90 for the entire 2014 season. He certainly deserves that opportunity. Grant ran the whole ARCA schedule in 2011, when he finished fourth in the point standings. All of us at Beasley Allen are extremely proud of Grant and wish him the very best as he continues to climb the ladder in his chosen field of work.
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