After winning his second K&N Pro Series West Championship earlier this year, Greg Pursley hinted that he would retire as a driver. The retirement is more official now.
“This one is just as special as winning the first one, due to the fact that it’s the last ride for Gene Price Motorsports,” said Pursley. “To end the season and to end Gene Price Motorsports with a championship is pretty much the only way to go out. It’s pretty cool that we got to do that.”
Pursley showed no indication that his skills were waning in what turned out to be his final season. Pursley finished the year with two wins, three poles, 11 top fives and 13 top 10s in 14 starts this season, his sixth for championship car owner Gene Price.
|Greg Pursley and wife Heidi point to his name on display at the NASCAR Hall Of Fame.|