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Grant Enfinger Joins CR7 for Multi-Year Truck Stint

Grant Enfinger will drive for CR7 Motorsports in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series full time in the coming years, CR7 announced Dec. 12.

The deal is for multiple years, putting Enfinger in the No. 9 through at least 2025, though the exact length was not disclosed.

Grant County Mulch and Champion Power Equipment will sponsor the effort, which will have an alliance with McAnally-Hilgemann Racing.

“I am extremely excited about this opportunity,” Enfinger said in a team release. “I have known Codie [Rohrbaugh, owner] and his family for a long time and they have become like family to me.”

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“When the opportunity came along, I knew that Grant was the perfect choice,” Codie Rohrbaugh added. “With our efforts to elevate our racing program in 2024, I am confident in what Grant will bring to the team.”

Enfinger moves to CR7 from GMS Racing, which ceased operations at the end of 2023.

He is no stranger to CR7, though. He drove two ARCA Menards Series races for the team in 2023 and also made multiple Truck starts for the organization in 2021.

In 2023, Enfinger earned three wins, nine top fives and 13 top 10s, finishing second in points.

He replaces Colby Howard, who departed the team after the 2023 season. His 2024 plans have not been shared.

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