Grant Enfinger – 2018 Dover Preview

May 1, 2018

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Team Info/Stats: 

Crew Chief: Jeff Hensley
Driver Point Standings: 2nd
Owner Point Standings: 2nd
Spotter: David Pepper

News and Notes:

  • This Week’s No. 98 Champion Power Equipment Ford F-150… The No. 98 ThorSport Racing team will unload chassis No. 42 for Friday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) JEGS 200 at Dover International Speedway. This is the same chassis Grant Enfinger piloted to a ninth-place finish at Atlanta Motor Speedway, earlier this season.
  • The Down Low on Dover… Grant Enfinger made his track debut at the “Monster Mile” in 2017 with ThorSport Racing. The Curb Records driver started 12th, and finished third.  
  • Race Rewind – Martinsville… The ThorSport Racing driver started third, finished third in Stage 1, and eighth in Stage 2, and finished fourth. The top-five result was his second consecutive top-five finish.
  • 2018 Stats… In four starts this season, Enfinger has led six laps en route to two top-five and four top-10 finishes. The ThorSport Racing driver has a season-best start of third (Martinsville), and a season-best finish of fourth (Las Vegas and Martinsville).
  • Truck Series Stats… Enfinger has 41 career NCWTS starts to his credit. His success includes 97 laps led en route to one pole (Daytona, 2016), one win (Talladega, 2016), 13 top-five and 24 top-10 finishes.
  • Catch Grant at Dover… Enfinger will join his ThorSport Racing teammates for the NCWTS autograph session Friday, May 4, from 11:00-11:45 a.m. ET at the Delaware Office of Highway Safety Display in the Midway, and the Ford Performance Stage in the Midway from 11:45-12 p.m. ET.  

Chatting with Grant Enfinger…

“We had a really strong run last year at Dover, and I can’t wait to get back there. It’s a tough, high-banked, fast-paced mile that demands respect as a driver, and requires some finesse. Some drivers have even compared coming out of the corners, onto the backstretch, as something similar to a rollercoaster – they don’t call it the ‘Monster Mile’ for nothing.”