Hampton, VA, April 6, 2018 (Newswire.com) – Making his 2018 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series debut on a cold Saturday night at Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway in Hampton, Virginia with a team (Sellers Racing) for which he’d never raced, Anthony Alfredo started 13th and charged to a fifth-place finish in the first of two 75-lap features on his 19th birthday.    

Unfortunately, in race two, lady luck abandoned the Connecticut native as contact from behind sent him into a spin.  He was hit by several other cars, causing heavy damage to his racer and an abrupt end to that second race for him before it ever really got started.

“Well, I was having a really fun birthday until that happened,” Alfredo commented, managing a smile despite the disappointing result in race two.  “We over-adjusted before qualifying and the car was loose in the corner, so we qualified 13th for race one instead of up in the top five or six where we wanted to. I was able to get up to fifth place and we were still able to manage our tires well enough to feel like we had something for race two. We just didn’t get the chance to show what we had.”

He wrapped up the night and the weekend by saying, “I hate it for everyone at Sellers Racing because they gave me such a fast car to race. I was hoping to bring the team a win, and I feel like the car was capable of winning.  We did get a fifth-place run in the first race and I learned a lot that will help me when we come back on April 28 for the NASCAR K&N Pro East Series race so that was good. We came here to learn the track and I feel like we achieved that.  I had a blast working with this team and cannot thank them, my marketing partners, my family and all of my supporters enough for making tonight possible.”

 

Make sure to keep up to date on Anthony Alfredo’s racing career…

·      Website: www.anthonyalfredo.com

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·      Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthonyfalfredo?lang=en

·      Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anthonyfalfredo/

 

Career Highlights:

·      2015 Win at Tri-County Motor Speedway in 8th race in a full-size car

·      2016 Win at Greenville-Pickens Speedway in Southeast Limited Late Model Pro Division

·      2016 Qualified on the front row at Myrtle Beach 400

·      2016 Southeast Limited Late Model Series Pro Division Champion

·      2017 CARS Tour Finished 2nd in points standing (2 wins, 8 top 5’s and 11 top 10’s)

·      2017 – Fall Brawl 200 Winner at Hickory Motor Speedway

 

Business/Sponsorship Inquiries:  Robert Alfredo Email:  sdc87@comcast.net                                                                       

Media/Sponsorship Contact:  Rod Wortham – Race Face Brand Development  
Email: Rod@racefacebd.com  •  Ph: (727) 999-2628

Source: Race Face Brand Development on behalf of AFA Motorsports


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