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Grant Enfinger Wins In Atlanta With Last-Lap Pass - Claims His Second Victory of 2020

“It was definitely wild, that’s for sure,” said Enfinger, who started sixth on that final two-lap green flag run. “We didn’t lead too many laps, but we led the ones that counted.”

Atlanta Race Information:

Started: 5th

Stage 1: 10th

Stage 2: 2nd

Finished: 1st

Laps: 136/136

Laps Led: 7

Status: Running

Driver Points: 3rd

Owner Points: 4th

2020 Stats:

Starts: 4

Poles: 0

Wins: 2

Laps Led: 48

Top-5 Finishes: 2

Top-10 Finishes: 2

Career Stats:

Starts: 87

Wins: 4

Poles: 5

Laps Led: 622

Top-5 Finishes: 30

Top-10 Finishes: 55

Fast Facts:

  • Grant Enfinger won the 12th Annual Vet Tix Camping World 200, his fourth victory in 87 Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series races

  • This was Enfinger's second win of the 2020 season

  • Ford-powered F-150's have found victory lane 101 times since 1995 in the Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series. This is Fords first win in the Gander Truck Series at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

  • Grant Enfinger remains the only NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series Regular to win a race in 2020.

Grant Enfinger Wins In Atlanta With Last-Lap Pass - Claims His Second Victory of 2020

"First of all, Chris Lambert (spotter) said it perfectly on the radio, this race was won at the shop. We didn't have the best truck on the long run, but we had the best truck on the short run. I feel like the good Lord was looking out for us - it's a special weekend. I wanna say congratulations to my grandparents in Pensacola, they're celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary. Sorry I couldn't be there but thank you to everyone who made it special. Man, this one is for them. It was just an incredible turn of events there on the restart. I was able to nail the gears right there, something we've been intermitten with, but we had the drive built into the truck. We had the short-run speed and that's what it came down to in the end."

On taking the lead on the final restart...

"That was fun but it's good to have a great Ford F-150, like we've got. It's really special to have on here, Tim Dugger, who is really special to NASCAR, Mike Curb, Curb Records - everyone who lets us do this. This one means a lot. Duke and Rhonda Thorson kept everything going, kept everyone employed with a paycheck going through this pandemic to hopefully put ourselves in a good position when we went back racing. So, thank you to them and just everyone who allows us to do this. That was just an awesome restart right there."

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