Snowball Derby By the Numbers

A Little Fun Looking at the Numbers Before the Snowball Derby By 51 Staff Numbers, numbers and more numbers; Speed51.com took a look at a few numbers that will get you prepared for the 46th annual Snowball Derby weekend. 0 - The total number of wins by some of the biggest names in short track racing history including: Bobby Allison, Johnny Benson Jr., Mike Eddy, Red Farmer, Junior Hanley, Scott Hansen, Mark Martin, Freddie Query, Jim Sauter, Bob Senneker, Rusty Wallace and more. Each of those drivers tried, but never got to victory lane in the Snowball Derby. The list goes even further with some of the greatest drivers in history; The late Dale Earnhardt tried once in 1977. He finished 36th. The late Davey Allison tried five times with a best showing of a 15th in 1985. The late Dick Trickle raced in four Derby's, finishing fifth twice in 1979 and 1984 [...]

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Grant Enfinger Hopes to Crack Into Snowball Derby Victory Lane

Two-Time ARCA Winner in 2013 Looks to Cap Off Year in Pensacola 51 Sports / Snowball Derby PR Fairhope, Alabama driver Grant Enfinger is no stranger to winning some big races over his career. The two-time Rattler 250 Winner (2011 and 2008) picked up two victories in the ARCA Racing Series Presented by Menards during the 2013 racing season and has been in contention for victories on more than one occasion in the Snowball Derby.    In 2008, after winning the pole award for the Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway, he would bring home a second place finish behind Augie Grill, an event he chalks up as his best chance he's had at winning the crown jewel of Super Late Model races in the country.   "We had a car that could've won that race, but we got second," said Enfinger, 28.  "We weren't in great position that whole race. A few years ago, [...]

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