GARC racers ready for ‘Show me the MONEY’ Series-Round 3

HAYDEN, AL – As many of the nation’s top Pro Late Model competitors prepare themselves for Round 3 of the Show Me The Money Series this Saturday, a large number of GARC representatives are readying to take their shot at Montgomery Motor Speedway victory lane.

“This region has stepped to the forefront in the last few seasons when it comes to Pro Late Model racing,” says GARC owner Augie Grill. “If you’re bringing a Crate car to Montgomery, you know you’re going to have your work cut out for you”

“I’d put the (Show Me The Money Series) up against any series in the country right now when it comes to parity and competitiveness,” adds Grill. “It makes us better as a company, because we know that our cars have to be on point for these events if we want to help make sure our guys are contending”

After finishing the 2019 season with a top-5 in SMTM points standings, long time GARC competitor Jason Furrow is focused as he looks to chase down his first win of 2020.

“We’ve been good this year but been plagued with bad luck. I’m ready to come out and go from ‘good’ to ‘great’ on Saturday,” offers Furrow. “It’s a stout field, no doubt. But, I truly believe that we have a program capable of running up front on any given night. This is a real good car, now we just have to step up and get it done”

Joining Furrow at the forefront of the GARC assault on Round 3 of the series will be 2018 Show Me The Money champion John Bolen, currently chasing his first series top-5 since his head-turning championship season.

“Montgomery is a place where I have a lot of laps under my belt, so it’s tough not to get excited any time we’re unloading there,” says Bolen. “It really feels like we’re on the cusp of something with this car. We’re making gains every time we have it out. This Saturday is our chance to put all the pieces together and get back up front.”

GARC young gun Gage Rodgers, will enter Saturday’s show sitting 4th in SMTM points standings as he continues to develop and show speed with his Pro Late Model. He’ll looks to chase down his first top-5 series finish of 2020 and advance in the overall points standings.

In addition to Furrow, Bolen and Rogers, Grand American Race Cars representatives Justin Caton, Bill Bethea III, Grant Thompson and Bobby Reuse will also look to add their name to the winner’s cheque at the end of the 100-lap affair.

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