Giovanni Bromante earned a fifth top-10 finish of the Southern Super Series season Friday night at Five Flags Speedway.  The New York driver and his Anthony Campi Racing team worked hard throughout the weekend to bring home a sixth-place finish.

“It was a great learning weekend,” said Bromante.  “We brought the Lefthander to the track and we worked as hard as we could to get it just right.  We struggled all weekend between being loose one session to being too tight the next.  It was just a fine line of adjustments the car took, but overall the ACR crew figured it out when it was race time like always.”

Bromante raced steadily inside the top-five for much of the Universal Fabricators 100, but some hard racing over the final 15 laps relegated him outside the top-five.

“We had a third-place finish locked in, but we got raced hard and it knocked me back to sixth,” said Bromante.  “But it’s racing and you can’t do anything about it.  I think we needed just more raw speed throughout the weekend. We had an awesome long-run car, but when I came to the short run it was hard.”

Next up for Bromate is a trip to Montgomery Speedway on July 6th with the Southern Super Series.  While this will be his first time visiting the track in a Super Late Model, he has shown great success there in a Pro Late Model.  Last year in the Show Me the Money Series he picked up a win and a runner-up finish and never finished outside the top 11 in the four race series.

“I’m very excited to go back to Montgomery, it’s my favorite track and we have shown a lot of success there with the Pro Late Model.  I’m looking forward to seeing what we can do there with the Super Late Model.”