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Grant Enfinger Switches from Team BCR Racing to GMS Racing for the Last 9 ARCA Races

July 25th, 2014 at 12:21 AM
By Mark Eddinger

In an effort to further his racing career 29-year-old Grant Enfinger has switched race teams in the ARCA Racing Series mid-season. Enfinger raced the first 11 races of the 2014 ARCA season for Team BCR Racing and scored four victories. He will race the final nine races of the season for GMS Racing.

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Enfinger will now pilot the No. 90 Motor Honey/Casite Allegiant Travel Chevrolet. He also drove the No. 90 Ford for the Howard Bixman owned Team BCR Racing team. Currently Enfinger is in a tight championship battle with Mason Mitchell. Enfinger trails Mitchell by 15 points.

“I would like to thank Howard (Bixman) and Team BCR Racing for getting me to this point in my career,” Enfinger said. “I am thankful to Howard for allowing me this opportunity with GMS Racing. This alliance will provide me the opportunity to move to the next level in my career. We started the year off strong, and I look forward to finishing the season with GMS Racing as strong as I started.”

His first race with GMS Racing will be in in Firday night's SCOTT Get Geared Up 200 presented by Federated Car Care at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis. The race can be seen at 9 p.m. ET on Fox Sports 1.

Enfinger will join Spencer Gallagher at GMS Racing in the ARCA Racing Series, however, Gallagher is not entered at Lucas Oil Raceway as he is running a partial schedule the rest of the season as he also races some in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Joey Coulter also drives for GMS Racing in the Truck Series.

The 29-year-old from Fairhope, Alabama has competed in 62 career races in the ARCA Racing Series since 2008. His only other full season besides this year was in 2011 when he scored 14 top 10's in 19 races and finished fourth in points. So far this season Enfinger has four wins and 10 top 10's in 11 races. He has six total wins in ARCA with the first two coming last season. Enfinger has also competed in six Truck Series races from 2010 to 2012 and has an average finish of 19th.

This season Enfinger won the first three races at Daytona, Mobile, and Salem. He also won at Elko. Now Enfinger will have to try to get to victory lane with GMS Racing and also try to win the championship.

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