For Sale

June 24th, 2016 - Eddie Carrier Jr. to Scale Back His Racing Program
Effectively immediately, Eddie Carrier Jr. and Grover Motorsports have made the tough decision to close the doors on their racing operation. This brings to an end a 13-year run for the team.

“This has really been a tough decision for myself and the Grover family, but honestly it was the only choice to make,” said Carrier Jr. “We have had an amazing run over the past 13 years, but the decline in the economy has forced us to bring it to an end.”

Eddie is quick to note that the ceasing of operations for the race team in no way is a reflection of any issues between himself and the Grover family.

“Carl and Annette are like family to me and my wife, Jamie. In fact, we will both remain full-time employees with Engines Inc. The only change is that Grover Motorsports just won’t be fielding cars anymore.”

Eddie plans to still race some for other teams from time to time, but as of now has nothing locked in stone. As dates start to come together they will be posted on his website at .

“I want to thank Carl and Annette Grover from the bottom of my heart for this amazing opportunity that they’ve given me for the past 13 years,” Carrier Jr. thoughtfully stated. “We’ve accomplished so much together, and there’s so many memories I’ll always cherish. I also want to thank all of the fans for their amazing support. This isn’t the end of my racing career, but it is definitely a change in my path.”

June 11th, 2016 - Carrier Jr. Travels to Eldora for Dirt Late Model Dream
1Kicking off the 22nd Annual Dirt Late Model Dream, Eddie Carrier Jr. was one of seventy-two cars signed in at Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio) on Thursday night for the three-day UMP DIRTcar sanctioned event. After timing in 9th, Carrier Jr. ran into trouble on the lap 2 making contact with another car ending his heat race abruptly. Needing a 4th place finish or better in the consolation event, Eddie logged a 10th place outing.

After getting the car back together for the second night of action on Friday, Carrier Jr. improved three positions in his heat race securing his spot into the feature with a 4th place heat outing. Starting in 13th for the 25-lap feature, Eddie dropped four spots recording a 17th place finish in the $10,000-to-win event. (Heath Lawson Photo)

Returning on Saturday for the final night, Eddie would need a 4th place finish or better in his heat to make the 22nd Annual Dirt Late Model Dream. Holding his spot for all 15-laps, Carrier Jr. logged a 7th place spot sending him into the B-Main for one last shot at the feature. Sending the top four into the $100,000-to-win A-Main, Eddie Carrier Jr. registered a 24th place outing.

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