When last we left our favorite ARCA racecar driver Grant Enfinger, he was chasing another spot in the history books. Grant had already earned a place in ARCA history, having won three consecutive ARCA Racing Series events for the second year in a row. He is the first driver in ARCA’s 63-year history to win the first three races of the season in consecutive years. Unfortunately, his victory chase hit a very real wall in Talladega on May 1, when he was caught up in crash that wrecked his racecar and injured another driver. Thankfully, Grant was not hurt.
Our law firm was Grant’s first sponsor and sponsored him again at Talladega, with the race televised on Fox Sports 1. After the race, Grant and the backup ARCA car bearing the Beasley Allen logo made a pit stop in Montgomery, where he visited with all his fans from the firm. Despite many requests, Grant did not allow any “guest drivers” to take the car for a spin up and down Commerce Street!
Although he was disappointed to wash out at Talladega, Grant was thankful to be unhurt and able to continue chasing his dreams. He said he plans to reflect on what went wrong and use the experience to analyze what went wrong and ready himself for the next race.
Last year, Grant won the H. G. Adcox Sportsmanship Award, named in honor of Grant Adcox, an ARCA driver killed during a NASCAR Winston Cup race. The award is presented each year to the driver who exhibits the ability to show class in competition and truly defines sportsmanship to fellow competitors, race officials and fans in the ARCA Racing Series. All of us at Beasley Allen are excited to watch Grant’s progress. I am sure we will see Grant in victory lane many more times in his career!
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