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Real Name: Glenn Gault Jr.
Hometown: Hubbard, OH
Tracks Where I Race: Lake Erie Speedway, Clearfield, Motordrome,
Classes I've Raced: Alison Legacy Car Series, ASA Lale Models, MAARA Late Models, Bounty Series Late Models, Main Event Series Outlaw Late Models
Classes I Currently Race: NASCAR Whelen Series Late Models
My Personal Website: http://www.glenngaultjr.com
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Races currently and has always raced in a family owned team. He began working on his father Glenn Gault Sr.'s race cars for Late Model and Hooters Pro Cup races. He started racing in the Legacy Car series which began developing the ability to feel a needed adjustment and then make the correction. With limited crew help often the adjustments were made by the driver.
Allison Legacy Car Series:
Began racing through this series that primarily raced at Motordome and Jennerstown Speedway in 1999 and 2000
Won in first time competition at Lorrain Ohio and Motor Mile. He has also competed at Hickory NC, Lake Erie, and Berlin Raceway in Marne Michigan.
In the 2 year tenure for the MAARA series was ranked 3rd in 2006 and 2nd in 2007.
Home Track Lake Erie Speedway. Track Champion 2003 and 2011. Never finished lower than tenth in points position in end of year ranking.
Various Short Tracks:
for individual races including Mansfield for the NASCAR Cavalcade which ended in a win in 2005.
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Gault Gearing Up For Another Title Run
2011 Title Worth The Work & Wait For Late Model Veteran
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Late Model driver Glenn Gault Jr. won his second career NASCAR championship at Lake Erie Speedway in 2011. It took eight seasons and a lot of work to follow-up on his 2003 title at the .375-mile paved oval located in North East, Pa.
“We’ve been in position to win more championships over the years so finally winning a second one made us appreciate it more,” Gault said. “With the level of competition we have, you can’t have a DNF or have a little something go wrong. We had four or five wins in 2010 and finished fifth in points.”
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