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The Jeff Henriksen Memorial event will also be the...

GNSS Entry List of the Jeff Henriksen Memorial twin 50s

79 A.J. Henriksen

75 Bob Schacht

57 Donnie Doster

Jeremy Mayfield (in his own car)

77 Kevin Kromer

71 Jake Christman

97 Jason Kitzmiller

Larry Berg*

42 Joe Wilder

30 Jason McDowell

Hayden Brothers*

54s Cody Dennison

54 Mike Kurk

9 Marc Jones

Brent Nelson*

J.J. Pack*

* denotes first time in competition

About GNSSThe Grand National Super Series presented by Engineered Components Company was founded by Bob and Patty Simko Schacht in 2022 out of necessity. Bob and Patty are both motorsports veterans. Bob's career spans more than four decades across several series. Bob has ran Cup, ARCA, IRA, ASA, and more. Patty Simko Schacht is a former stock car driver.. The series was designed for the competitor by the competitor. The premise of the series is simple; provide great racing at an affordable cost with a decent payout. The structure has been a success with multiple driver and owners raving about the system that works for them. This series is comprised of steel body race cars typically used in previous NASCAR, ARCA, and Hooters Cup racing. The race formant is twin fifty lap features at each event. The series officials are also veterans of the racing industry with Christa Bowsher as the race director. Christa is of the Midwest famed Bowsher family. With 2 driver championships, and 3 owner championships, and 20+ wins as a spotter, this former dirt late model driver has more than 50 years experience. Christa's family owned a sprint car team and met her future family when Bowsher began building motors for the family sprint car team. Christa also currently works for Dave Jensen Enterprises in Mooresville selling new and used race car parts. JD Bowsher serves as the series PR person as well as the go to for any other needs. JD is the granddaughter of Jack Bowsher and niece to Bobby and Todd. She recently dipped her toes back into broadcasting at Battle of the Stars held at New River All American Speedway, and co-hosts Cars Tour Weekly on Racing America. JD began working as a scorer at 10 years old and has since added several other skills to her arsenal. Lisa Wolper who was the first female hauler driver in NASCAR and Arca is the welcoming committee at credentials. In the inaugural season A.J. Henriksen was the champion, he also secured the most pole awards. In 2023 the series In 2023 the series will hold 15 races in 3 different states. The series will travel to new venues Montgomery Motor Speedway, Dominion Raceway and Pulaski County Motorsports Park. The series is looking to expand to more tracks in the future, and ride the wave of the steel body car excitement.

The Jeff Henriksen Memorial event will also be the 2nd event in the Anchor Bolt and Screw Triple Crown Challenge.

Mooresville, N.C.- With three races remaining on the Grand National Super Series presented by Engineered Components Company 2023 season the series has announced a three race triple crown event. The Anchor Bolt Triple Crown with include races at New River All American Speedway, Dominion Raceway, and Carteret County Speedway. The triple crown event will have a separate points system that is designed in the same way as the regular series points. This will not effect the regular series points as they will still be awarded as usual. This challenge will also have it's own payout system with the winner taking home a cool $3,000 payday. All positions up until tenth place will receive a payout. The Anchor Bolt Triple Crown Challenge will also include the Jeff Henriksen Memorial race at Dominion Raceway on September 30th. Jeff Henriksen is the late son of Engineered Components Company owners Arne and Barbra Henriksen, also brother to 2022 champion A.J. Henriksen. "We are ecstatic to be able to offer the Anchor Bolt Triple Crown Challenge to our competitors. We are also elated to be able to honor the life of Jeff Henriksen who was such a vital member of the Henriksen family." Bob Schacht said Thursday afternoon. The Henriksen family will be on hand for the Jeff Henriksen Memorial race at Dominion Raceway. As a thank you to the competitors of the series the event will feature a double payout system for the event at Dominion Raceway. "It was really important that we give back to the people who have given to us. A double payout is the least we can do for our GNSS teams." Schacht said. For more information please visit the website Anchor Bolt Triple Crown Challenge Payout Breakdown 1. $3,000 2. $2,300 3. $2,000 4. $1,800 5. $1,600 6. $1,400 7. $1,200 8. $1,000 9. $1,000 10. $1,000

The Jeff Henriksen Memorial event is to honor Jeff Henriksen who was the brother of 2022 champion A.J. Henriksen. Jeff is also son to Arne and Barbara Henriksen. Jeff lost his battle with cancer in December of 2022.

Engineered Components Company Engineered Components Company, or ECC, is a privately-owned fastener supplier and fastener distributor of standard and per print specialty fasteners. We also distribute a multitude of other components that are utilized by original equipment manufacturers worldwide. Our Anchor Bolt division provides these products to countless fastener companies that operate in a range of industries, from coast to coast. Founded in 1983, ECC has continually grown in the areas of technology, market share and acquisition. Our highly-trained and tenured sales staff offers an unparalleled level of technical knowledge, service and personality. Additionally, with stocking warehouses located across the country that support a variance of VMI and in-plant material management programs, we have the ability to respond rapidly – and effectively – to our customers’ needs.

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