Grant Enfinger is officially an eight-time race winner in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, as he took the victory in Saturday night’s Heart of America 200 at Kansas Speedway.
The driver of the No. 23 GMS Racing Chevrolet Silverado was named the official winner of the race after his race-winning truck cleared post-race inspection following the event.
Enfinger, who led a race-high 65 laps, now has won a race in three of the last four seasons. The 38-year-old racer has likely secured his place in the 2023 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Playoffs with the victory.
No issues were detected in post-race inspection following Saturday’s race, which means all results and standings are now considered official.
Corey Heim was the official runner-up finisher in the race, and he was followed by Zane Smith, Stewart Friesen and Ross Chastain inside the top-five. Toni Breidinger, who was making her series debut in the No. 1 TRICON Garage entry, officially finished 15th in the race. According to TobyChristie.com’s Joseph Srigley, that is the best NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series debut for a female racer in the history of the series.
The previous best debut finish for a female in the series was 16th-place, which was achieved by Hailie Deegan.