ESCALON, CALIFORNIA (April 25, 2019) – Bob Grossi Construction will partner with Nascimento Motorsports to field NASCAR K&N Pro Series, West champion Eric Holmes of Escalon, CA in three Madera Speedway Pro Late Model races, in a program announced today. Holmes will compete in the MAVTV-televised Nut Up Pro Late Model Series in 80 lap events on April 27th and May 25th along with the 150 lap, $10,000 to win Short Track Shootout on October 5th.
Holmes has won the Short Track Shootout three times for Nascimento Motorsports, earning a reputation as Mr. October. He will be teamed up with Eric Nascimento, Jr., who is running for Rookie of the Year in the SPEARS SRL Southwest Tour while also racing regularly in the Pro Late Models. Younger brother Ethan Nascimento races in the Bandolero division as well.
The Escalon area-backed program includes additional support from Nut Up Industries, Morrill Industries, Grossi Fabrication, Grossi Electrical, Stump Industries, and Select Harvest of Turlock. Bob Grossi Construction erects metal buildings across central California since 1992.
Madera’s Nut Up Pro Late Model Series is a nine race program that averages nearly 30 entries per event. Nick Grossi drove for the team in 2018 towards second place in the rookie standings with a best qualifying effort of third and a best finish of seventh last July.
Saturday’s race will be available on MAVTV in late July. Madera Racing on MAVTV airs year round every Thursday at 5pm and 8pm Pacific Time. Nascimento Motorsports is owned by Eric Nascimento and is based in Manteca.
Bob Grossi Construction is available online at: www.bobgrossiconstruct.com