RELEASE-Gresham in Victory Lane at GMP

JEFFERSON, GA (June 12, 2011)  The Slack Auto Parts 150 was nothing short of exciting, but even the rain, lightning and 2 ½ hour rain delay couldn’t keep fans and drivers away from Gresham Motorsports Park.

Max Gresham was able to share a sweet victory with his family, who own GMP, in victory lane after finishing first in tonight’s NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race at GMP. Born and raised in Griffin, Ga., Gresham’s win could not have come at a better time or track. Gresham

Gresham started on the pole and battled with Darrell Wallace Jr. the entire night for the first place position. He was able to lead 98 of the 150 laps.

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Matt DiBenedetto ran a steady third place and finished second. Andrew Smith finished third, Darrell Wallace Jr. fourth and Corey LaJoie rounded out the top five.

GMP local divisions was just as exciting as the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East event! Brian Sosbee finished first in the Renegades, Matthew Wragg in the Outlaw Late Models, Brandon Jones in the Trucks and Vernon Hicks in the Mini Stocks.

For Unofficial Results for GMP local divisions, please visit GMP’s website. NASCAR K&N Pro Series East-Slack Auto Parts 150 Unofficial Results are listed below.

The Slack Auto Parts 150 will air on SPEED this Thursday, June 16 at 6 pm ET.

Please visit our website, http://www.GreshamMotorsportsPark.com www.GreshamMotorsportsPark.com, for information and details about the upcoming year at GMP. Also, join the GMP fan page on facebook or follow GMP on Twitter.

1. (1) Max Gresham, Griffin, Ga., Toyota, 154 laps, 67.054 mph.

2. (2) Matt DiBenedetto, Grass Valley, Calif., Toyota, 154.

3. (23) Andrew Smith, Pooler, Ga., Chevrolet, 154.

4. (3) Darrell Wallace, Jr., Mobile, Ala., Toyota, 154.

5. (10) Corey LaJoie, Concord, N.C., Ford, 154.

6. (20) Eddie MacDonald, Rowley, Mass., Chevrolet, 154.

7. (17) Chad Finchum, Knoxville, Tenn., Dodge, 154.

8. (16) Dylan Presnell, Sevierville, Tenn., Toyota, 154.

9. (15) Cody Hodgson, Escalon, Calif., Chevrolet, 154.

10. (13) Benny Gordon, DuBois, Pa., Chevrolet, 154.

11. (19) Ben Kennedy, Daytona Beach, Fla., Chevrolet, 154.

12. (14) Ryan Gifford, Winchester, Tenn., Toyota, 154.

13. (18) Michael Cherry, Valrico, Fla., Toyota, 154.

14. (9) Daniel Suárez, Monterrey, Mexico, Toyota, 153.

15. (21) Brandon Haley, Lavonia, Ga., Ford, 153.

16. (5) Brett Moffitt, Grimes, Iowa, Toyota, 153.

17. (22) D.J. Shaw, Conway, N.H., Chevrolet, 153.

18. (26) Tanner Berryhill, Tulsa, Okla., Chevrolet, 153.

19. (27) Cale Conley, Vienna, W.Va., Chevrolet, 151.

20. (7) Sergio Peña, Winchester, Va., Toyota, 150.

21. (28) Clay Campbell, Martinsville, Va., Chevrolet, 150.

22. (6) Chase Elliott, Dawsonville, Ga., Chevrolet, 149.

23. (29) Julian Albarracin, Bogata, Columbia, Dodge, 147.

24. (4) Alex Bowman, Tucson, Ariz., Toyota, 143.

25. (24) Derek Ramstrom, West Boylston, Mass., Chevrolet, 142.

26. (8) Coleman Pressley, Asheville, N.C., Toyota, 133.

27. (11) Ryan Reed, Bakersfield, Calif., Toyota, 133.

28. (25) Brandon Gdovic, Yorktown, Va., Dodge, 100.

29. (30) Michelle Theriault, Bristol, Conn., Toyota, 71.

30. (12) Chad Boat, Phoenix, Ariz., Chevrolet, 41.

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