Grant Enfinger is married to Michelle Dupre and has one son. The pair is expecting their second child.
Grant McArthur Enfinger is an American professional stock car racing driver born on January 22, 1985.
He competes full-time in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, driving the No. 23 Chevrolet Silverado for GMS Racing, and part-time in the ARCA Menards Series, driving the No. 97 Chevrolet SS for GMS Racing.
Enfinger started his racing career competing on short tracks and later began racing in the then-ARCA Re/Max Series in 2008.
His NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut at Talladega Superspeedway in the 2010 Mountain Dew 250.
In 2016, he secured a place in the Truck Series, driving the No. 33 Chevrolet Silverado full-time for GMS Racing, and recorded his first career pole for the NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona.
Similarly, the professional racing driver made his Xfinity Series debut in the 2021 Alsco Uniforms 300.
Moreover, Enfinger took a win in Craftsman Truck Series at World Wide Technology Raceway, bringing his total tally to 9 wins in this series.
Grant Enfinger Wife Michelle Dupre
Grant Enfinger and Michelle Dupre reportedly tied the knot on January 16, 2016. They both are University of South Alabama graduates.
However, there is no information on how the pair met and officially started dating.
The Enfinger couple welcomed their first child, a son, Carson Timothy Enfinger, in June 2021.
Moreover, Enfinger announced that they are expecting a second child with his wife Michelle after his TOYOTA 200 win.
Michelle is a very supportive wife and a loving mother. She is seen in some of Grant’s races, showing her support for her husband.
Grant, along with his wife and son, often goes camping in their camp truck and spends quality family time.
Besides, the Enfingers also have some other members in their family. They are big-time pet lovers and have a beloved dog named Millie Enfinger, an adorable cat named Garfield, and a boar named Mr. Wilbur Enfinger.
Grant Enfinger Wins Late-Race Thriller At Gateway
Grant Enfinger grabbed his second NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series victory of the season in the Toyota 200 at World Wide Technology Raceway.
Enfinger finished 0.256 seconds ahead of Christian Eckes and earned a winning bonus of $50,000.
On Lap 155, Ty Majeski and Xane Smith were racing wheel to wheel at the front until Majeski spun sideways, destroyed his own truck, and knocked Smith into the wall.
Enfinger took the advantage and led the race, and during the two-lap overtime, he held off Eckes to claim his first win at WWT Raceway.