Trans Am Racing Teams Take Over Slack Tide Bar & Grill

Trans Am drivers Adam Andretti, Ernie Francis Jr, and Chris Dyson.
Trans Am drivers Adam Andretti, Ernie Francis Jr, and Chris Dyson.

The Trans Am crew is taking over Slack Tide in Grant on Sunday from 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. following the races in Daytona. The event is a once in a lifetime opportunity, especially for race fans!

Attendees will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with 30 to 40 of the Trans Am drivers, crew members, and seven race cars.

Also, they will have giveaways, delicious food, and so much more.

Drivers

The drivers will include World Champion Ernie Francis Jr., retired American motorsport driver, and bobsled builder Geoff Bodine, Trans Am Pro Series Racing team, and TA car builder Jeff Hinkel, and many more.

Crew Members

The crews will be bringing the haulers and cars for meet and greets, autographs, and photos with your favorite drivers. Make sure to bring the kids as they will be allowing attendees to even sit in the cars.

Steve Ray, Devin Ray, and Tommy Allegretta.
Steve Ray, Devin Ray, and Tommy Allegretta.

Tommy Allegretta

All of this got started when the owner of Slack Tide and former Trans Am Pit Crew member Tommy Allegretta invited a few friends over to the fishing-themed Bar & Grill. Well, they turned the whole event around on him. Allegretta is fighting for his life, as he was diagnosed with type 4 bone and lung cancer. So, they decided to go all out and bring everyone.

Tommy Allegretta and Geoff Bodine.
Tommy Allegretta and Geoff Bodine.

Slack Tide Bar & Grill is located at 5890 US-1, in Grant.

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