CARS: Galloway Aligns With LFR Driver Development Program; Will Chase CARS SLM Title in 2015

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HUNTERSVILLE, N.C.  — official release — Jacob Seelman photo —

Integrity Sports Marketing announced Wednesday that Grant Galloway has joined the company’s recently announced Racer Advancement Program (RAP).

Galloway, a native of Lakeville, Indiana, will compete in the 2015 CARS Super Late Model Tour in a unique partnership between RAP and the LFR Chassis Driver Development Program.

“I am excited beyond words for this opportunity,” said Galloway.  “My dream is to compete at the highest level of racing and this opportunity to work with such talented people at RAP and LFR Chassis provides me the tools necessary to chase that dream.  I have a lot of work ahead of me but I am confident in my desire and skills and look forward to a very successful 2015 campaign.”

20-year-old Galloway began his racing career in quarter midgets at the age of nine.  He earned 45 feature wins, multiple track records, and multiple track championships before advancing on to the USAC Kenyon midget series at the age of 13.  His success would continue as he climbed through sprint cars and late models before receiving his NASCAR approval — which led to a start at Martinsville Speedway in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at the age of 18.

“We are proud to have Grant a part of the RAP family and look forward to his growth and success,” added RAP advisor Tommy Baldwin.  “Grant and his family are great people with the kind of values that will be a great asset to our program.  We did some due diligence on our end and are anxious to see the results on the track.”

While he is busy chasing his dream, Grant is also busy finishing up his education.  He will graduate this spring from Grace College in Indiana with a Bachelors of Science in Business Marketing.  Galloway will look to use that valuable education as he focuses on the business end of racing as well as performing on the track.

“Grant is a very impressive young man and we are excited to have him race for our LFR program,” said Rob Fuller of LFR Chassis.  “Tommy (Baldwin) and myself have discussed working together on a program such as this and to align these two Developmental Programs together is a one-of-a-kind effort.  We think Grant will be a tremendous asset to what we are doing and all of us look forward to much success on and off the track.”

The 2015 CARS Super Late Model Tour will begin its season on March 28th at Southern National Motorsports Park in Kenly, N.C.  The Tour schedule will include stops at such tracks as Hickory (N.C.) Motor Speedway, Motor Mile Speedway in Radford, Va. and Myrtle Beach (S.C.) Speedway.

CREDIT: Integrity Sports Marketing

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