Grant Enfinger – 2018 Texas 1 Preview

Jun 5, 2018

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Team Info/Stats: 

Crew Chief: Jeff Hensley
Driver Point Standings: 5th
Owner Point Standings: 7th
Spotter: David Pepper

News and Notes:

  • This Week’s No. 98 Protect The Harvest Ford F-150… The No. 98 ThorSport Racing team will unload chassis No. 44 for Friday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Rattlesnake 400 at Texas Motor Speedway (TMS). This chassis was last seen at Kansas Speedway, finishing fourth, and also saw action at Las Vegas Motor Speedway earlier this season, finishing eighth.
  • Lone Star Stats… Enfinger has two starts at TMS since 2017. The Protect The Harvest driver has led one lap (June) en route to a track-best start of fifth (June), and a track best finish of third (June).
  • Race Rewind – Charlotte… The ThorSport Racing driver started fifth, and finished 12th in the series last start at Charlotte Motor Speedway last month.
  • 2018 Stats… In seven starts this season, Enfinger has led six laps en route to two top-five, and five top-10 finishes. The ThorSport Racing driver has a season-best start of third (Martinsville), and a season-best finish of fourth (Las Vegas Motor Speedway and Martinsville).
  • Truck Series Stats… Enfinger has 44 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 25 top-10 finishes.
  • Catch Grant at Texas… Enfinger will join his ThorSport Racing teammates Friday, June 8, from 3:30 – 4:15p.m. CT for the NCWTS autograph session at the Texas Motor Speedway display, by Gate 4, in the midway (across from the start/finish line).
  • Protect the Harvest… Protect The Harvest was created to defend and preserve the freedoms of American consumers, farmers, ranchers, outdoor enthusiasts, and animal owners. Their objectives are to inform, protect and respond. For more information, visit:

Chatting with Grant Enfinger…

In two starts at Texas Motor Speedway, you’ve had more success in the spring race at the 1.5-mile track versus the fall race. What are the keys to getting around the Fort Worth, TX track?

“Turns 3 & 4 have a lot of grip, but are starting to get a little bumpy. Turn 1 is very flat, so if your truck isn’t handling well you can lose a lot of momentum that carries the rest of the lap. We will see hot temperatures for the first race at Texas, and the track won’t have grip in it like it will when we come back in November.”