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Bringing the Heat: Grant Enfinger Reflects on Time With GMS

On this week’s episode of Bringing the Heat With Bryan Nolen, Dalton Hopkins has a conversation with NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series driver Grant Enfinger. They talked about the mindset his team has in the playoffs right now, as well as about learning about the news that GMS Racing is shutting down after this season and how his team has reacted to the news.

Enfinger also gave some insight into his future plans after this season.

Trey Lyle, who is filling in for Nolen this week, is joined by Hopkins and Michael Massie to discuss the Kevin Harvick tributes this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway and the Ryan Blaney disqualification reversal by NASCAR at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

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The guys also chat about who is trending up and down for the Playoff Roundup, as the teams head to the second race in the Round of 8.

Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.

About the author

Podcast Manager

A Graduate of Virginia Tech in Sports Media and Analytics, Trey Lyle has been covering NASCAR since 2021 as the producer of the Fast Lane with Ed Lane on VTRN Sports 93.3 FM in Lynchburg, Va.

Trey joined FS in 2023 to cohost Happy Hour and help out on the podcast front as the producer for Brining the Heat with Bryan Nolen. Now, he oversees the entire podcast operation for Frontstretch.

 

Dalton Hopkins began writing for Frontstretch in April 2021. Currently, he is the lead writer for the weekly Thinkin' Out Loud column and one of our lead reporters. Beforehand, he wrote for IMSA shortly after graduating from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in 2019. Simultaneously, he also serves as a First Lieutenant in the US Army.

Follow Dalton on Twitter @PitLaneLT

Michael Massie joined Frontstretch in 2017 and has served as the Content Director since 2020. Massie, a Richmond, Va., native, has covered NASCAR, IndyCar, SRX and the CARS Tour. Outside of motorsports, the Virginia Tech grad and Green Bay Packers minority owner can be seen cheering on his beloved Hokies and Packers.

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