Grant Enfinger – 2018 Martinsville II Preview

No. 98 Protect The Harvest / Curb Records Ford F-150
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
Martinsville Speedway – Texas Roadhouse 200 presented by Alpha Energy Solutions
Race No. 20 of 23

Team Info/Stats:

Crew Chief: Jeff Hensley
Driver Point Standings: 4th
Owner Point Standings: 4th
Playoff Position: 4th
Team General Manager & Spotter: David Pepper

Chatting with Grant Enfinger…

“Martinsville is always exciting, and I’m really looking forward to getting there this week. I feel like our No. 98 Protect The Harvest / Curb Records Ford F-150 team has momentum on our side, and we had a good truck here earlier this year in the spring race. We had good speed out of our Ford F-150 then, and I feel we are getting better each week.”

Chassis No. 43

Starts: 10
Last raced: Gateway, 2018
Wins: 1 (Crafton, Martinsville 2015)
Poles: 1 (Gateway, 2018)
Laps Led: 199
Top-five finishes: 5
Top-10 finishes: 1
Highest start: 1st (Gateway, 2018)
Highest finish: 1st (Martinsville, 2015)

Enfinger at Martinsville (NCWTS)

Starts: 4
Wins: 0
Poles: 0
Top-five finishes: 1 (2018)
Top-10 finishes: 1 (2018)
Laps led: 0
Highest start: 3rd (2018)
Highest finish: 2nd (2018)
Last race finish: 2nd (2018)
Average start: 14.5
Average finish: 13.2
Laps completed: 900

Race Recap: Talladega

Started: 4th
Stage 1: 1st
Stage 2: 27th
Finished: 19th
Laps: 92 / 94
Laps Led: 0
Status: Running

News and Notes

Playoff Push… Enfinger looks to finish the 2018 NCWTS season strong in his first Playoff appearance of his career. Sitting fourth among the Round of 6 with four points separating Enfinger and Justin Hayley (fifth), Enfinger looks to the three of four remaining tracks with victory as his goal – Martinsville Speedway, Texas Motor Speedway and ISM Raceway – which would lock him into the Championship 4. Of eight starts made at Martinsville, Texas and Phoenix in his NCWTS career, Enfinger has accumulated three top-five and four top-10 finishes: fourth at Martinsville in the spring 2018 race, two top-five and three top-10 finishes at Texas in 2017 and 2018, and a ninth-place start at Phoenix in 2017.

Protect The Harvest Returns… Last partnered with the No. 98 ThorSport Racing Ford F-150 team at Kansas Speedway, Protect The Harvest returns with Grant Enfigner for this weekend’s race in Martinsville, along with Texas and ISM Raceway. An organization made up of farmers, ranchers, sportsmen, outdoor enthusiasts and animal owners, Protect The Harvest’s mission is to educate and inform Americans about the activities of extremist groups threatening our heritage and traditions. The organization works to defend and protect our American way of life which is important, vital and what we value most. For more information about Protect the Harvest, visit ProtectTheHarvest.com.

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