Grant Enfinger Battles for A Strong Eighth Place Finish at Iowa Speedway
“It’s not the finish we all wanted but I am extremely proud of my GMS Racing crew for all of their hard work tonight. We were lacking side bite and overall grip throughout the race," stated Enfinger. "I think we had the speed; it was just too free in the balance. A Positive outlook is we are bringing home a car in one piece and a top-10 finish. Thank you to Allegiant Travel, Triple-K Construction, WURTH U.S.A and Portable Shade for all of your support.”
Heading into Lucas Oil (Ind.) Speedway next weekend, Enfinger still holds the points lead.
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