After a full day of practice and qualifying at the showplace, 4/10-mile speedplant, Sullivan and the Trinity Oaks team took part in a special fan oriented Pit Party on the track’s front straightaway, signing autographs and taking pictures with fans.
Unfortunately, when the traditional “Gentlemen, start your engines” command was given for the main event, the Trinity Oaks Ford did not fire, the victim of an errant ignition wire.
“I’ve never had this happen in more than 40 years in the sport,” said Godfather Motorsports crew chief Jim Gallison, Jr. “Apparently, when Glenn connected his helmet to the ventilation hose while strapping in for the feature, it pulled a wire loose from the master ignition switch. The car was dead in the water, and by the time we were able to diagnose the problem, the race had already started without us.
“Calling it `frustrating’ would be an understatement.”
Next up for the Trinity Oaks Ford team will be a 150-lap Pro All Stars Series event on Saturday night, August 15 at the legendary South Boston Speedway in South Boston, VA.
About Godfather Motorsports – Godfather Motorsports is owned by Motor Racing Network and Sirius XM NASCAR Radio personality Dave Moody and enjoys major sponsorship from Trinity Oaks Senior Living Community of Salisbury, NC and Bebida Beverage Company’s KOMA Unwind "Liquid Relaxation" drink. The team also boasts a comprehensive list of technological and marketing partners that includes Valvoline Motor Oil, Eibach Springs, ASM Graphics, Race 101, CV Products, ARBodies and Phantom Racing Gear. For additional information on the team and marketing opportunities with Godfather Motorsports, contact Dave Moody -- email@example.com. Visit the Godfather Motorsports website at www.GodfatherMotorsports.com.
About Trinity Oaks Senior Living Community -- Located in historic Salisbury, North Carolina near the gently rolling hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and a few hours from the magnificent Carolina beaches. The community is conveniently located near Interstate 85 and midway between two airports, Charlotte and Greensboro, making travel easy. Here, the area is highlighted by gentle changes in the seasons. Trinity Oaks is a continuing care retirement community where those 60 and over focus on enhancing life’s many opportunities. The Trinity Oaks campus has become a Salisbury landmark where traditions of the past blend with the culture of the future. historic Salisbury, NC, Trinity Oaks is a continuing care retirement community where residents age 60 and over enjoy a lifestyle filled with activities, group and individual outings and personal enrichment opportunitie. Its impeccably maintained campus is a Salisbury landmark, blending traditions of the past with state of the art amenities, fine dining and time spent in the company of others who share a passion for life. Learn more about Trinity Oaks at www.trinityoaks.net.