Coming off an 11th-place finish at Atlanta (Ga.) Motor Speedway last weekend, Tanner Gray is looking for better results this Saturday at Homestead-Miami (Fla.) Speedway. The rookie driver already has one advantage at Homestead that he didn’t have at Atlanta, one previous start at the 1.5-mile oval.
Turtle Beach Construction will sponsor Gray at Homestead-Miami on Saturday. The company has been building dream homes since 1985 and has produced over 300 custom residences in the most prestigious communities in the area. Turtle Beach Construction’s president, Sebastian Smallegange, is a third generation builder from Holland and continues to put his family’s European signature on every custom home. Sebastian credits the company’s success to creating a team of professionals with the credentials and experience to deliver a first class quality product and the highest customer satisfaction. In turn, this creates referrals from satisfied clients proclaiming Turtle Beach as the preeminent builder for quality and customer satisfaction in Palm Beach and Martin Counties.
Gray on Homestead: "It’s definitely a plus having experience at Homestead. That made Atlanta a tougher race not having been there before and not having practice. Homestead is a cool track. I really enjoyed racing there, although we weren’t great last year. This race will be a lot different since I’m running the full season now and I don’t have to worry about the championship fight going on around me like last year. Hopefully we can get back into a rhythm and shake off some of the bad luck we’ve had the last couple of races. This is a strong team and with some luck, and no mistakes, we’ll prove it at Homestead."
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