Giovanni Bromante headed to South Alabama Speedway last weekend in search of defending his 2019 Rattler250 win. Since his race season in the ARCA Menards Series has been put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the opportunity to get back behind the wheel was something he couldn’t pass up. Not only that, but the New York driver would get to reunite with Anthony Campi and Anthony Campi Racing.
Bromate sported a special paint scheme that paid tribute to a fallen racer, and dear friend to the team, Joe Boyd.
After showing speed all weekend, qualifying didn’t go the way Bromante would have hoped, and he put his No. 5 machine 15th on the board. However he battled to the front over the 250-laps at South Alabama Speedway and put himself in contention to meet the rattle snake once again.
Over the final lap Ty Majeski proved to be too much for Bromate, who brought home a second place finish.