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2019 NASCAR Gander Outdoor Truck Series rookie Anthony Alfredo is excited to announce a partnership with the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation (FOJ), a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness for and improving the quality of life for young children battling brain tumors and pediatric cancer.

The Ridgefield, Connecticut racer and student at UNC-Charlotte, made his Truck Series debut with DGR-Crosley at Atlanta Motor Speedway two weeks ago and raced at Las Vegas Motor Speedway last weekend.  As excited as he is to have kicked off what is expected to be a 13-race schedule in the Truck Series this season, he is equally excited in a much different way to make a difference through his work with the FOJ.  

“Forming this partnership with Friends of Jaclyn is a huge opportunity for me to continue utilizing my racing program to do good for others,” Alfredo, part of the 2018 NASCAR Next class, explained. Much like what I’ve been doing with JDRF raising awareness for Type 1 Diabetes, I will now help raise awareness for pediatric cancer patients battling brain tumors and more, helping Friends of Jaclyn achieve their mission of improving the quality of life for these young children and their families. I never thought I’d be in the position to help raise awareness for such serious life challenges and put smiles on so many young kids’ faces. I am very thankful and looking forward to growing this partnership in the years to come.”

Reflecting on his first two starts in the Truck Series, Alfredo said he was pleased with the performances, if not necessarily the results.  “I have had the opportunity to run in the top ten, which is obviously really good considering these were my first two races in the series. But we’ve had some issues like a loose wheel forcing us to pit under green with under 10 laps remaining at Las Vegas that have kept our results from being as strong as they could have been. I have learned a great deal about racing the trucks and how I want our Toyota Tundra to handle in a race.

When asked what he would expect at Texas Motor Speedway when he starts his next Truck Series race, he responded, “I believe Texas is a cross between both Atlanta and Las Vegas which should help us. David Gilliland, our team owner, also ran well there last year before he blew a right front tire when he was preparing to pass the leader. I feel confident heading into the race because of everything I have learned in my first two races, and because with each race we run, the relationship between my team and me grows stronger and I learn more about what the Truck needs from me as a driver.  I have no doubt that we’ll progress each race and have opportunities before the season’s over to run for top fives and maybe even some wins. I’m excited that I can bring the Friends Of Jaclyn Foundation along for the ride and use the opportunities I have been given to lift others up and give back.”

Alfredo has more information about the Friends Of Jaclyn Foundation on his website at www.AnthonyAlfredo.com.  Just look for the “Racing For A Cause” tab on the navigation bar.

Alfredo’s next start in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series will be on Friday, March 29 at the Texas Motor Speedway.  The Vankor 350 is scheduled to start at 9 pm Eastern time and will be televised live on Fox Sports 1 and broadcast live on the radio at www.GoPRN.com.

You can follow Anthony Alfredo online in several ways.  Visit his website at www.anthonyalfredo.com, follow him on Facebook at Anthony Alfredo Racing, or on Twitter or Instagram @anthonyalfredo.  

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MOORESVILLE, N.C. (Dec. 6, 2018) – NASCAR Next member Anthony Alfredo will join DGR-Crosley next season, the team announced today. Alfredo will compete part-time in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series with support from his partners Ceco Building Systems, Meccanic Shop North and Oxford Energy Group.

The 19-year-old Ridgefield, Conn. native most recently competed in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East (NKNPSE) where he finished fifth in overall point standings in his rookie season. Alfredo ended the 2018 NKNPSE season with a win at South Boston Speedway, five top-five and nine top-10 finishes throughout the 14-race season. Before moving to the NKNPSE, Alfredo raced late model stock cars in the CARS Tour where he collected two wins and finished second in overall point standings. He is also a member of the prestigious NASCAR Next program which highlights emerging up-and-coming drivers.

“Going to DGR-Crosley next season is a huge opportunity for me,” said Alfredo. “To be able to work with David [Gilliland], who’s not only the owner but also someone who has a lot of racing experience, is going to be very beneficial. They have a great group of hardworking knowledgeable people in their shop which is going to make the transition to Trucks a lot smoother for me. They’ve had a lot of success at every level they’ve competed in, and it’s a dream come true to be able to race for them at the national level. Making it to the Cup Series is the end goal, and I feel like I’m one step closer to where I want to be. I can’t thank everyone who has made this possible and supported me throughout my career enough, especially my family and sponsors who continually believe in me.”

Team co-owner David Gilliland is happy with the newest addition to DGR-Crosley’s 2019 driver lineup.

“I’m excited to have Anthony on board next season,” said Gilliland. “I watched him all year in the K&N Series and he did a great job. He’s a talented racer and has shown that he has the drive to keep getting better. He’s a great fit for our program at DGR-Crosley, and is going to do a very good job for us next season in the Truck Series.”

Alfredo is expected to make his NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series debut at Atlanta (Ga.) Motor Speedway. A full schedule will be released at a later date.

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Thompson, CT, July 12, 2018 (Newswire.com) – ​​​​​​​Anthony Alfredo, a Connecticut native now living in Mooresville, North Carolina, will return to his New England roots when he straps into his FootingFirst, Oxford Energy, JDRF, MDM Motorsports Toyota No. 40 for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East King Cadillac GMC Throwback 100 this Saturday, July 14th at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in Thompson, Connecticut.

This event will be a slightly different type of homecoming for the UNC-Charlotte student, as he was born in Connecticut but has run almost all his races in the South. He has one win in the series this season and currently sits fourth in the championship standings. He would love nothing better than to get his second victory in front of his hometown crowd.

“I am very excited to be racing at Thompson Speedway this weekend for a few reasons,” Alfredo said, flashing his easy smile. “First, it’s the closest to home I’ll have ever raced in my stock car racing career. Although I have not yet been to Thompson, it could be considered my ‘home track’ as we’ll have many family and friends coming out to support us. I am always looking forward to whatever race is next, but to be able to race in front of the hometown crowd will be the most meaningful for me this year, especially if I can park it in victory lane for all of them.”

Anthony on becoming a NASCAR Next Driver: “To be chosen to be part of it means that all the sacrifice that so many people have put into me to help me to get this far in racing is really beginning to pay off. I’m looking forward to the experience.”

The “throwback” aspect of this race also has Alfredo excited. “We’ll be running a Sterling Marlin ‘silver bullet’ paint scheme this weekend. Most of the inspiration for that came from the fact that our team operates out of the same race shop that Chip Ganassi Racing fielded that Marlin car out of back in the day. We will also have a new partner on the hood this weekend. FootingFirst, a company that manufactures and installs horse arena footing for equestrians in the USA and Canada will be working with us and I’m thankful for them and everyone else who helps make this possible for me.”

The KING Cadillac GMC Throwback 100 takes place this Saturday, July 14 at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in Thompson, Ct. Tape-delayed coverage will take place on NBC Sports Network at a later date.

Career Highlights:

2015 Win at Tri-County Motor Speedway in 8th race in a full-size car
2016 Win at Greenville-Pickens Speedway in Southeast Limited Late Model Pro Division
2016 Qualified on the front row at Myrtle Beach 400
2016 Southeast Limited Late Model Series Pro Division Champion
2017 CARS Tour Finished 2nd in points standing (2 wins, 8 top 5’s and 11 top 10’s) racing for Dale Earnhardt Jr., JR Motorsports.
2017 – Fall Brawl 200 Winner at Hickory Motor Speedway

RACING FOR A CAUSE:

Anthony Alfredo and AFA Motorsports have recently partnered with JDRF to help them get the word out about Type 1 Diabetes. T1D is a completely different disease than Type 2 Diabetes and is often misunderstood. Anthony will be using his racing program to help educate the public about T1D and help raise funding for research.

Follow Anthony:

Website: https://anthonyalfredo.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anthonyalfredoracing
Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthonyfalfredo?lang=en
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anthonyfalfredo

Business/Sponsorship Inquiries: Robert Alfredo – Email: sdc87@comcast.net

Media/Sponsorship Contact: Rod Wortham – Race Face Brand Development
Email: Rod@racefacebd.com • Ph: (727) 999-2628

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CORNELIUS, N.C., June 20, 2018 (Newswire) –​Anthony Alfredo, a Connecticut native now living in Cornelius, North Carolina, will make his ARCA Series debut with MDM Motorsports for the PapaNicholas Coffee 150 this Friday night, June 22 at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, Illinois.

Series championship points leader Sheldon Creed, second place Zane Smith, and rookies Chase Purdy and Harrison Burton will all be teammates for Alfredo this weekend.

Alfredo slides over from the NASCAR K&N Pro East Series, where he’s already gotten one pole, one win, three top five and four top ten finishes in his rookie season in the Ceco Building Systems, Oxford Energy, Mechanic No. 40. He is currently fourth in the series championship standings.

He’ll race the same number in his ARCA debut, and he’s mighty anxious to take this next step on the racing ladder. “I’m totally excited for this weekend,” he said with his trademark smile. Gateway looks like an awesome track, especially with the repave. I know some of these ARCA drivers are hard to beat, including my teammates, but I’m confident that with the team I’m with I can have a strong run in my debut. It’s the biggest track I will have raced on so far, which is also something I’m looking forward to. I want to thank everyone who has helped me make it possible, including my marketing partners, family, and supporters.”

The PapaNicholas Coffee 150 is scheduled to get underway at 8 p.m. Central time this Friday evening, June 22. The race will be televised on Fox Sports 2.

Career Highlights:

  • 2015 Win at Tri-County Motor Speedway in 8th race in a full-size car
  • 2016 Win at Greenville–Pickens Speedway in Southeast Limited Late Model Pro Division
  • 2016 Qualified on the front row at Myrtle Beach 400
  • 2016 Southeast Limited Late Model Series Pro Division Champion
  • 2017 CARS Tour Finished 2nd in points standing (2 wins, 8 top 5’s and 11 top 10’s) racing for Dale Earnhardt Jr., JR Motorsports.
  • 2017 – Fall Brawl 200 Winner at Hickory Motor Speedway

RACING FOR A CAUSE:

Anthony Alfredo and AFA Motorsports have recently partnered with JDRF to help them get the word out about Type 1 Diabetes. T1D is a completely different disease than Type 2 Diabetes and is often misunderstood. Anthony will be using his racing program to help educate the public about T1D and help raise funding for research.

In Anthony’s own words: “My cousin Morgan is a few years younger than me and was diagnosed with T1D just after her sixth birthday. I grew up seeing how she had to deal with the disease by pricking her finger 10 – 12 times a day to check her glucose level and giving herself insulin injections to manage her blood sugar, so I have a very personal interest in wanting to see advancements made in treatments and hopefully, someday there will be a cure. We made the decision recently to use my racing platform to promote a great cause and T1D was naturally our first choice, so I’m very happy to be working with JDRF on this initiative.”

Follow Anthony:

Website: https://anthonyalfredo.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anthonyalfredoracing
Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthonyfalfredo?lang=en
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anthonyfalfredo

Business/Sponsorship Inquiries: Robert Alfredo – Email: sdc87@comcast.net

Media/Sponsorship Contact: Rod Wortham – Race Face Brand Development
Email: Rod@racefacebd.com • Ph: (7

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SOUTH BOSTON, Va., May 15, 2018 (Newswire.com) – NASCAR K&N Pro Series East rookie Anthony Alfredo scored his first ever series victory on Saturday night driving for MDM Motorsports in the Ceco Building Systems, Oxford Energy, JDRF No. 40 Toyota with a last lap pass to win the second of the two Who’s Your Driver Twin 100 – lap features at South Boston Speedway in South Boston, Virginia.

For Alfredo and his team, the win was something to smile about in a season that has been a bit of a roller coaster, with strong performances but results that at times haven’t shown the true capability of the team.

Making the win even sweeter was that it followed a crash in the first race that led to the team having to pull out a backup car for the second main.

Following the win, Alfredo, now fifth in the series championship standings, was smiling but honest about the evening’s performances.

“After the mistake I made in the first race, I was going to do everything I could to give my guys what they deserve,” the happy driver said. “I was overly aggressive at the beginning of that first race and put our team in a bad position, ruining other guys’ day in the process. I still feel terrible about it. I had to just clear my mind for race two. The backup car was just as fast as the primary. It just proves how talented the people are at MDM Motorsports. It feels so amazing to get a win in this series. I cannot thank my team, my family and all my supporters who have helped me to get to this point enough for everything they’ve done.”

Huffman offered much praise for his driver. “Anthony was locked in during that second race. He made a mistake in the first race, used it as a learning moment and moved on.  I think it was a benefit to have a twin night because he got to get right back in the car and forget about race one. He showed a lot of mental toughness, and we’re all very proud of him.”

Alfredo’s next start for MDM Motorsports in the NASCAR K&N Pro East Series will be the Memphis 150 Presented by Auto Zone on Saturday, June 2.

Keep up to date on Anthony Alfredo’s racing career…

·      Website: www.anthonyalfredo.com

·      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anthonyalfredoracing

·      Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthonyfalfredo?lang=en   

·      Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anthonyfalfredo

Additional information about MDM Motorsports is available at www.MDMmotorsports.com, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @MDMmotorsports.

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MOORESVILLE, N.C., May 17, 2018 (Newswire.com) – Three drivers from the MDM Motorsports stable have been selected to participate in the 2018 NASCAR Next program. NASCAR K&N Pro Series East rookie (and most recent race winner) Anthony Alfredo and ARCA Racing Series drivers Zane Smith and Chase Purdy were chosen along with six other drivers for this year’s class.

The NASCAR Next program identifies emerging talent and helps them further develop their skills. Both Smith and Purdy are returning NASCAR Next drivers, while Alfredo will participate for the first time.

All three drivers were part of the official unveiling of the class on Tuesday’s NASCAR Race Hub Show on Fox Sports 1, and then enjoyed a relaxing meet and greet with the media at Strike City in Charlotte later that night.

“It’s really cool to be part of the NASCAR Next program again,” Smith said between frames of bowling. “It means a lot to me. The program really teaches you to show your personality and be authentic, and it gives you so many opportunities to network with and learn from a lot of different people and different companies. I’m excited to just continue learning and do my best in my final program year.”

The driver of the La Paz Margarita Mix, Icon Vehicle Dynamics, Speed Vegas Motorsports Toyota No. 41 added a bowling pin trophy to the guitar trophy he won at Nashville when he knocked down enough pins to win the bowling tournament and bragging rights for the year among the class.

“That was a blast,” he laughed. “Today has been a lot of fun, from the whole experience with doing the Race Hub TV show to coming here, meeting with the media and having fun with my classmate’s bowling and hanging out. I wouldn’t be anywhere near this kind of an opportunity if it weren’t for all of the people who’ve been behind me pushing me the whole way. I’m just thankful for all of them and excited for the future.”

Purdy, who drivers the Bama Buggies, Polaris Toyota No. 8 and will be a Freshman at the University of Alabama in the fall majoring in Business Finance, echoed Smith’s sentiments. “I’m humbled to be back for my second year in the program. It’s an honor to be a part of it. It gives all of us a chance to show who we are and why we deserve to be where we are and to learn how to do that well. You must be able to connect and communicate with so many different types of people in the sport, from fans to media, sponsors, and team owners. The program teaches us about all of that. I’m thankful for the opportunities that NASCAR Next provides.”

For Alfredo, the driver of the Ceco Building Systems, Oxford Energy, JDRF Toyota No. 40, the program is new to him, but he’s eager to see what it has in store. “To even be considered for a program like this is an honor,” he said. “To be chosen to be part of it means that all the sacrifice that so many people have put into me to help me to get this far in racing is really beginning to pay off. Being a full-time college student and a full-time racer is a real challenge and this just makes it all worth it. I am really humbled by it. I just want to make sure that I make the most out of it and use it to make myself better. I’m looking forward to the experience.”

Keep up to date on Anthony Alfredo’s racing career…

·      Website: www.anthonyalfredo.com

·      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anthonyalfredoracing

·      Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthonyfalfredo?lang=en   

·      Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anthonyfalfredo/

Additional information about MDM Motorsports is available at www.MDMmotorsports.com, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @MDMmotorsports.

Media Contact: Rod Wortham
Email: 
Rod@racefacebd.com
Phone: (727) 999-2628

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PRESS RELEASE  MAY 8, 2018 17:34 EDT

South Boston VA, May 8, 2018 (Newswire.com) – MDM Motorsports and driver Anthony Alfredo are ready to get their first victory of the 2018 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East season this Saturday, May 12 at South Boston Speedway in South Boston, Virginia.

They’ll have two chances to achieve that goal as twin 100-lap features are on the card.  Last year, Harrison Burton grabbed a popular win in one of the races in front of family and friends for MDM, and Alfredo is ready to do the same.

The popular racer will be behind the wheel of the Ceco Building Systems, Oxford Energy, JDRF No. 40 Toyota for his fourth start in the series.  He currently sits sixth in the championship standings.

“Going back to South Boston is good,” Alfredo said. “It’s a benefit whenever you can go back to a track you’ve had experience at before.  That showed in our last race at Langley, and we’re looking for one spot better at South Boston. I know the car will be fast, and Robert Huffman and the team do an outstanding job, so we should be in great shape on Saturday.”

Huffman was equally optimistic about his team’s chances.  “For Anthony, it’s a big boost to go to track where he has high confidence and I think that really showed up at the last race. I wouldn’t expect anything less for this race either. Our team works really hard and we’re after nothing less than a win this weekend.”

Keep up to date on Anthony Alfredo’s racing career…

·      Website: www.anthonyalfredo.com

·      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anthonyalfredoracing

·      Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthonyfalfredo?lang=en   

·      Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anthonyfalfredo/

Additional information about MDM Motorsports is available at www.MDMmotorsports.com, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @MDMmotorsports.

Media Contact: Rod Wortham
Email: 
Rod@racefacebd.com
Phone: (727) 999-2628

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PRESS RELEASE  MAY 1, 2018 11:52 EDT

Hampton VA, May 1, 2018 (Newswire.com) – Anthony Alfredo and MDM Motorsports nearly accomplished their goal of winning Saturday night’s Visit Hampton VA 150 K&N Pro Series East race at Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway in Hampton, Virginia before finishing a close second.

Alfredo was behind the wheel of the Ceco Building Systems, Oxford energy, Mechanic Shop No. 40 Toyota. He qualified third fastest and ran in the top five all night. The 19-year-old was leading with less than ten laps to go, but the slower traffic he was trying to navigate didn’t work out in his favor.

“Not all of them got out of the way when we needed them to,” the driver with the easy smile said after the race. “They were too busy racing each other to realize the leaders were racing each other right behind them.  I can’t thank Robert (Huffman – crew chief) and this whole team enough for giving me a car to win the race. We started third, had the lead and finished second. We wanted the win, but we’ll go to South Boston and get after it.”

Huffman was pleased with the weekend.  “That was the best weekend from start to finish that we’ve had this year. I think Anthony getting extra seat time here in the late model really paid off.  Now we go to South Boston, a place he’s also been to before, so hopefully we can build on this weekend and get the win there.”

The next race for Alfredo and the MDM Motorsports team will be Saturday, July 12 when South Boston Speedway in South Boston, Virginia hosts the Who’s Your Driver Twin 100’s.  Many of NASCAR’s biggest stars, past and present, cut their racing teeth at South Boston.

Richard Petty won four Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series events here in the 1960’s. Benny Parson’s first Cup win was at South Boston.  Current NASCAR stars including Denny Hamlin, Elliott Sadler, and Timothy Peters began their careers at South Boston.

Keep up to date on Anthony Alfredo’s racing career…

·      Website: www.anthonyalfredo.com

·      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anthonyalfredoracing

·      Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthonyfalfredo?lang=en   

·      Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anthonyfalfredo/

Additional information about MDM Motorsports is available at www.MDMmotorsports.com, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @MDMmotorsports.

Media Contact: Rod Wortham
Email: 
Rod@racefacebd.com
Phone: (727) 999-2628

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PRESS RELEASE  UPDATED: APR 11, 2018 14:18 EDT

BRISTOL, Tenn., April 11, 2018 (Newswire.com) – MDM Motorsports is heading for Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee with a trio of top-notch NASCAR K&N Pro Series East racers including defending series champ Harrison Burton, veteran Tyler Dippel and series rookie Anthony Alfredo seeking a win in the Zombie Auto 150 this Saturday.

Burton, 17, won the series title last season, finished second in the season opener at New Smyrna Speedway in Florida in February and is coming off a third-place finish in his 2018 ARCA Series debut for the team in Nashville last weekend.  He won the series race at Bristol last year and is ready to do it again this weekend.

“Bristol is one of my favorite tracks to go to every year,” Burton said with a smile. “We’ve had a lot of success there from the first race we ran. I cannot wait to get back there and do all we can to defend our win from last year. I always enjoy racing with Shane (Huffman) and everyone at MDM Motorsports. I’ve learned so much from them and I know we’re all looking forward to the weekend.”

Huffman, the crew chief of Burton’s Dex Imaging, Safelite Auto Glass, Mobil 1 No. 12 Toyota, is equally pumped about the upcoming race. “It’s been a strong start to our year. With a little luck and timing, we could have easily had two or three wins already. We’re just going to keep doing what we’ve been doing. Harrison is really good at Bristol so we’re going for the win on Saturday.”

Alfredo, 19, will be behind the wheel of the Ceco Building Systems, Mechanic Shop, JDRF No. 40 Toyota for his second series start. He ran in the top five for much of the opening race at New Smyrna and has previous Bristol experience.

“I raced there last year with the CARS Late Model Tour,” nodded Alfredo. “I can’t wait to get back and get on the track with the K&N car. This long break between races in this series has been a killer for me so I’m definitely ready to get back behind the wheel and go after a win this weekend.”

Calling the shots for Alfredo will be veteran crew chief Robert Huffman. “We’re going there to win the race,” he stated. “We want to unload fast, qualify fast and race up front. If we do those things, we will give ourselves the best chance to bring home the hardware on Saturday.”

New to the team for this race, but not new to the series, is driver Tyler Dippel in the Tycar Trenchless Technologies, D&A Concrete No. 41 Toyota. The 18-year-old Walkill, N.Y. racer joins MDM Motorsports for the first time with an impressive resume. He finished second in Pro All Star Series National points and third in their southern tour points standings in 2014, was the rookie of the year with the Super Dirt Car Series in 2015, and he finished third in NASCAR K&N Pro Series East points in 2016 with one victory that year as well.

“I’m really looking forward to racing with MDM Motorsports this weekend,” said Dippel. “They always bring fast cars to the track no matter which track or what series they’re racing in. I really want to win, and I feel like I’m in the best position to do that this weekend at Bristol.”

Taking care of the crew chief duties for Dippel will be Jeff Stankiewicz, and he knows his driver is capable of running for the checkered flag. “I’ve heard a lot of good things about Tyler,” he confirmed. “We’re going for broke at Bristol. I want to win, and I know he does, too. We know he’s capable of winning. The key will be execution, and that starts with being prepared from the shop.”

Additional information about MDM Motorsports is available at www.MDMmotorsports.com, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @MDMmotorsports.

Media/Sponsorship Contact:  Rod Wortham – Race Face Brand Development
Email: Rod@racefacebd.com  •  Ph: (727) 999-2628

Keep up to date on Anthony Alfredo’s racing career at…

·      Website: www.anthonyalfredo.com

·      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anthonyalfredoracing

·      Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthonyfalfredo?lang=en

·      Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anthonyfalfredo/

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