Grant Enfinger, whose early stock car racing career was assisted by the firm’s sponsorship, is preparing for another year of racing across the country. He is currently preparing for the ARCA race at Daytona Feb. 22.  Grant, who rose through the ranks of go karts, Legends Cars and Late Models, has competed in ARCA and NASCAR Truck races for the past few years. Beasley Allen was happy to have its logo on Grant’s car for several top finishes on national television at major speedways.

Grant took first place at the Mobile ARCA race last year and won the ARCA Iowa race on television a few months ago.  Grant now races for Team BCR, which operates out of the Charlotte, N.C., area where most top stock car organizations are located. Grant said that his full 2014 racing season is not yet finalized. “We are going to Daytona with a great car and I want to win back-to-back at Mobile. Casite/Motor Honey will be sponsoring us at Daytona and we hope to extend that relationship for more races this year. I could not be living my dream of being a professional racer if not for Beasley Allen giving me the leg up to show the folks in Charlotte that I belong here.”We wish Grant the very best as he continues to rise in his chosen field of work. You can follow his progress this season by following him on Twitter @grantenfinger, through his website www.grantenfinger.com or through www.arcaracing.com .

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