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Naugle Gets First JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour win at Anderson Speedway Saturday

Salem, IN (August 7, 2022) – Dartmouth, Nova Scotia racer Nicholas Naugle picked up his first ever JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance win in just his second series start in winning Saturday night’s Fudge Packer 100 Presented by Uranus Fudge Factory at Anderson Speedway. Naugle passed Brett Robinson on lap 58 and went on to win by almost two seconds over Robinson.

 

“The is great to get our first series win here at Anderson Speedway,” remarked a very happy Naugle in victory lane. “We knew we had a fast car today, we were fastest in practice, didn’t qualify as well as we wanted, but we were patient and worked our way to the front and things just worked out for us to be able to race for the win today. I have to thank my Crew Chief Butch VanDoorn and my whole team for their hard work today and giving me a great racecar. I thought our day may have been over on the restart after the lighting delay when we got some air when we made some contact with the 47 car, but it didn’t hurt the car and we were in a position to race the 5 and get by and get the win.”

 

Robinson got the early lead at the drop of the green flag from his pole starting position after Nova Motorsports Fast Qualifier Dakota Stroup drew a five for the event's inverted start. Robinson led until lap 21 when contact from Ethan Stadniczuk got Robinson a little sideways leaving the bottom open for Stadniczuk, who was the only series event winner in the field prior to the race, to grab the lead.

 

The event's first yellow flag flew on lap 20, then the track went red to clear the stands with lightning in the area.

 

After a 45-minute delay the race resumed with the lap 21 restart with Robinson powering by on the outside to grab the lead back from Stadniczuk with Stroup also getting by to take second. Stroup started to track down Robinson as the two had separated themselves just a little from the rest of the top five when the event's second caution flew on lap 55 after two cars spun on the backstretch.

 

The third caution flew on the restart when three cars wrecked coming out of turn four when Stroup’s car had the field stacked up behind him when his car lost power. The track went red for track cleanup as the night was over for Hunter Wright, James Krueger and Kevin Cremonesi because of damage. Stroup’s car was pushed to the pits as the crew tried to get the engine to fire up.

 

Robinson again kept the lead on the third lap 55 restart, but the yellow flew again for another incident on the backstretch between Nick Egan and Zach Johnson.

 

Robinson grabbed the lead on the fourth lap 55 restart, but Naugle had worked his way to second and closed quickly on Robinson’s bumper. Naugle made his move and took the lead on lap 58, the event would go all green to the checkers from that point with Naugle picking up the win. Naugle picked up the AR Bodies Cool Move of the Race Award for his pass to get the lead.

 

Robinson finished in second place, his best ever series finish. Dylan Bates came from his 10th place starting position to finish in third after a late pass of Stadniczuk and earned a Hoosier Racing Tire Performance Award. Stadniczuk finished in fourth with Jimmy Tucker coming back from the tail of the field to finish in fifth place and earned the FLUIDYNE Cool Move of the Race Award.

 

Egan would battle back from a lot of damage to finish in sixth place with his crew being awarded the PitBoxes.com Pit Crew of the Race Award for their hard work to get Egan back on track. Joey Strode came from his 13th place starting position to finish in seventh and also earned a Hoosier Racing Tire Performance Award.

 

The next JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour event will be the Racetrack Revival event at North Wilkesboro Speedway on August 19th and 20th, that event will be a co-sanctioned event with the CARS Pro Late Model Tour. More information on the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance is available at www.cra-racing.com


 


Fisher Jr. Makes it Two in a Row  at IRP After Winning the Fireball Whisky Circle City 100

Salem, IN (July 31, 2022) – Fort Wayne, Indiana racer Terry Fisher Jr. took care of business Saturday night in winning the Fireball Whisky Circle City 100 with the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks Powered by JEGS at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park. Fisher Jr. grabbed the early lead, then fought back from losing the lead to Brett Hudson, to repass Hudson and go on to get the win, his second in a row with the series at IRP after also winning last year's series event at Fall Brawl in October.

 

“This place is definitely one of my favorite tracks to race at,” remarked Fisher Jr. in victory lane. “This place just really works for my style of racing. I’ve been fortunate to win several races here and now I have two in a row in this Street Stock. I want to thank Kenneth Young for letting me race this car. Everyone on our team worked really hard today and it paid off. You couldn’t ask for a tougher group of guys to race against then what was here tonight, I’m just the fortunate one to be sitting here in victory lane!”   

 

Fisher Jr. took full advantage of his pole starting position after Allstar Performance Fast Qualifier Jason Atkinson drew a five for the inverted start of the third event of the Cowboy, Come! Canning & Distillery Four Crown mini-series, grabbing the lead from Hudson at the drop of the green flag.

 

Fisher Jr. paced the early laps, pulling out to a sizable lead when the yellow flew on lap 36 when part of the track’s lights went out in turn one.

 

Fisher Jr. would continue to lead when the field went back green on lap 42, but the caution flew again with a big wreck in turn four involving five cars. Teams would then pit for the 10 minute halfway break to add fuel and make adjustments.

 

Fisher got the lead back when the race resumed on lap 46 with Hudson side by side. Hudson would complete the pass and grab the lead on lap 47. Hudson would keep the lead with Fisher Jr. staying right behind Hudson, waiting for an opportunity to get the lead back.

 

Fisher Jr. would make his move on lap 62, passing Hudson to retake the lead. Fisher Jr. would then pull away and looked to have the win when a late caution flew on lap 83 for the spinning 88 car.

 

Fisher Jr. would hold off Hudson and a hard charging Alan Williams Jr. to hold on to the lead on the restart. Williams would pass Hudson and move into second and started to reel in Fisher. Williams would run out of laps as Fisher got the win by just over a second over Williams Jr.

 

The win was Fisher Jr.’s third all-time series win and his first ever Cowboy, Come! Canning & Distillery Four Crown mini-series win. Fisher picked up the $3,000 winners’ purse plus the AR Bodies Cool Move of the Race Award for his winning pass to retake the lead. Fisher Jr. also earned one of the coveted Crumrine Buckle Manufacturing specially designed buckles given to each Four Crown event winner and to the Four Crown Champion.

 

The second-place finish was Williams Jr.’s best series finish ever. With the second-place finish Williams is now in a first-place tie with Ryan Amonett for the Cowboy, Come! Canning & Distillery Four Crown mini-series points lead heading into the mini-series Championship race on August 13th.

 

Hudson would finish in third, he is now in third place in the Cowboy, Come! Canning & Distillery Four Crown mini-series points, five points behind Williams Jr. and Amonett.

 

Austin Coe would battle from his 10th place starting position to finish in fourth in his first series start since the 2017 season.

 

Amonett would finish in fifth place from his 18th place starting position, putting himself in a tie with Williams for the Cowboy, Come! Canning & Distillery Four Crown mini-series points lead.

 

The next Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks event will be the Cowboy, Come! Canning & Distillery Four Crown mini-series 150 lap Championship event on August 13th at Anderson Speedway. Additional information on all the CRA Series is available at www.cra-racing.com.


 

Jones Outduels Byron to Win the Fireball Whiskey Circle City 100 at IRP

 

Salem, IN (July 31, 2022) – Former JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Champion Erik Jones outdueled fellow NASCAR Cup Series competitor William Byron to grab the win in Saturday night’s Fireball Whiskey Circle City 100 Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park, in an event that featured great racing action throughout the field for all 100 laps. Jones got past Byron on a lap 32 restart and held off several challenges from Byron to grab his eighth all-time victory with the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS and his second triumph in the Circle City event.

 

“That was a lot of fun”, remarked a very happy Jones in victory lane. “This is such a great place to race, there are so many different groves that you can use to make your car work. William definitely put the pressure on us, especially on the restarts, but I was able to make the high groove work and we got the win. I want to thank Wimmer Motorsports for giving me a great car and all their hard work to do this deal. I really enjoy racing these Super Late Models and this win comes at a great time!”

 

Byron and the Wilson Motorsports Team had been on a roll and looked to be almost unbeatable with Byron and fellow Wilson Motorsport driver Sammy Smith picking up huge wins in Super Late models this season.  

 

Jones added, “We knew we had to really step up our game to beat those guys. William’s a great driver, their whole team does a great job, but today we were able to step up and get it done! I’m looking forward to what we can do in the future with this team!”

 

Byron used his outside pole starting position to grab the early lead from Quinnton Bear with Jones and Carson Hocevar also grabbing early spots behind Byron. Jones managed to get the pass done on the lap 32 restart with the two racing hard for position for several laps. Jones and Byron continued that battle on restarts on lap 73 and lap 78 after cautions stopped the action both times. On each restart Byron looked like he could use the bottom grove to make the pass, but Jones would use his momentum on the top to hold off the attempts by Byron, even after racing side by side for several laps, with both drivers showing why they both race on Sundays in the NASCAR Cup Series. Jones would go on to get the win over Byron by just a little over a second and picked up the AR Bodies Cool, Move of the Race Award for holding off Byron’s pass attempts.

 

Veteran Michigan driver Brian Campbell would battle hard for position in the top five throughout the event coming home in third place and earning the FLUIDYNE Cool Under Pressure Award. Sammy Smith would come back from losing a lap after having to make an unscheduled pit stop when his car began to smoke heavily from a loose oil line fitting. Smith would get back on the lead lap with a free pass and battle his way back to a fourth-place finish earning a Hoosier Racing Tire Performance Award. .

 

Hocevar would make a late pit stop under yellow after battling hard with Campbell for position where his team made several adjustments, Hocevar would use the low grove to race his way back to get a hard earned fifth place finish, almost in the grass on the bottom of turns one and four. The TK Racing Team picked up the PitBoxes.com Pit Crew of the Race Award for their efforts in getting Hocevar back on the track in a very competitive car.

 

Chase Burda and series points leader Eddie Van Meter battled hard over the closing laps for the sixth position with both drivers using two totally different groves. Burda would hold on to get sixth with Van Meter in seventh. Van Meter picked up the Progressive Racing Engines Hardcharger Award and a Hoosier Racing Tire Performance Award after coming from his 17th place starting position to finish seventh.

 

Scotty Tomasik would finish in eight, series top rookie Billy Van meter would finish in ninth with Tommy St. John finishing in tenth. St. John picked up the Sweet Manufacturing Sweet Move of the Race Award for a miraculous save when his car got loose and sideways coming out of turn four late in the event.

 

The next ARCA/CRA Super Series event will be the Racetrack Revival event at North Wilkesboro Speedway on Friday and Saturday, August 12th and 13th, that event will be co-sanctioned by the Southern Super Series. More information on all the CRA Series is available at www.cra-racing.com.

 

 

 

ARCA/CRA Super Series Releases Entry Form for the Clean Harbors/Safety Kleen Glass City 200

Salem, IN (August 18, 2022) – The ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS has released the entry form for the 34th Running of the Clean Harbors/Safety Kleen Glass City 200 Presented by Hampton Inn, Courtyard by Marriott, DTS Drive Train Specialists and Miller Lite, which will take place on Saturday, September 17th at Toledo Speedway. The Glass City 200 is part of the 26th Anniversary Season Presented by Team Construction for the ARCA/CRA Super Series and is the third event in the series 2022 Chase for the Championship.

 

Past winners of the Clean Harbors/Safety Kleen Glass City 200 ARCA/CRA Super Series race include Blake Rowe in 2021 after a late pass of Kyle Crump to get his first ever series victory, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competitor Carson Hocevar in 2020, three-time ARCA/CRA Super Series Champion Johnny Van Doorn in 2019, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competitor Tyler Ankrum in 2018 and Van Doorn in 2017.

 

For the 2022 Clean Harbors/Safety Kleen Glass City 200, Toledo Speedway has posted an increased purse starting at $5,000 to win, $2,500 for second down to $750 to start the 100 lap, four tire event.

 

On Friday, September 16th, there will be optional rig parking from 6 pm to 7pm. There will be no unloading of equipment on Friday.

 

Race day begins on Saturday, September 17th with pit gates opening at 8:30am. Practice will go from 12:00pm to 2:15pm on a rotating basis with the ARCA/CRA Super Series teams receiving two, 30-minute sessions. Qualifying will begin at 2:30pm. There will be an on-track autograph session at 4pm. Racing will begin at 5pm with the ARCA Gold Cup Outlaw Late Models 100 lap event. The ARCA/CRA Super Series 100 lap event will cap off the evening’s racing events. The rain date if needed is Sunday, September 18th.

 

Additional event and track information can be found at www.toledospeedway.com.

 

Clean Harbors/Safety Kleen Glass City 200 Entry Forms, Schedule of Events and ARCA/CRA Super Series rules and regulations can be found at www.cra-racing.com.

 

 


Cowboy, Come Canning & Distillery Four Crown Championship Race at Anderson Speedway Saturday

 

Salem, IN (August 10, 2022) – The Cowboy, Come Canning & Distillery Four Crown Championship event for the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks Powered by JEGS is set to take place this Saturday at Anderson Speedway. Saturday’s Tom Wood Honda 150 will be 150 green-flag laps with a break at lap 75 and pay the winner $3,000.

 

The Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stock Four Crown mini-series began in 2015 as a three-race mini-series and has taken many iterations in its history. Jason Atkinson has won the Four Crown title four times, with those championships coming in 2015, 2019, 2020 and again in 2021. Brent Hudson, Chuck Barnes Jr., and Jacob McElfresh have also claimed titles.

 

The first event of the 2022 Four Crown was scheduled for April 30th at Shadybowl Speedway but was cancelled because of weather. The second event was held at Anderson Speedway on June 25th where Chuck Barnes Jr. came away with the win. The third event was at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park on July 30th where Terry Fisher Jr. got the win.

 

In addition to the $3000 minimum to win for each event, there will be a Points Champion from the events who will receive a $2000 bonus in 2022, up from a $1,000 in previous years, thanks to Cowboy, Come Canning & Distillery. Second in points will receive a $600 bonus, third place a $400 bonus, then there will be two $250 bonuses from a random draw from the cars that attended all four events. Each of the Four Crown Series events will be 4 tire races, all four will have a halfway break to add fuel and make adjustments. Each Four Crown event winner and the overall Champion will receive a specially designed buckle from Crumrine Buckle Manufacturing.

 

The Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks have had six events to date in the 2022 season, Shawn Amor picked up the win in the series special non-points event with SpeedFest 2022 at Watermelon Capital Speedway in January. Jason Atkinson picked up the win in the series points opener at Shadybowl Speedway on April 3rd. Josh Poore picked up the win in the series event at Anderson Speedway on April 16th. Andrew Teepe picked up the win in the series event on June 12th at Mt. Lawn Speedway. Barnes Jr. got the win at Anderson Speedway on June 25th and Fisher Jr. got the win on July 30th at IRP.

 

Series rookie Dalton Conner comes into Saturday’s event as the series season points leader. Three-time series Champion Atkinson is in second place, he is 12 points behind Conner. Fellow series rookie Blaine Akin is in third place, he is two points behind Atkinson. 2021 series Rookie of the Year Dawson Phillips is in fourth place, he is 30 points behind Akin. Ryan Amonett is in fifth place, he is 33 points behind Phillips. 

 

Amonett and Alan Williams Jr. are tied for first in the Cowboy, Come! Canning & Distillery Four Crown mini-series points coming into Saturday night. Brett Hudson is in third place, he is only five points behind Amonett and Williams Jr. Conner is in fourth place, he is two points behind Hudson. Atkinson is in fifth place, he is 12 points behind Connor.

 

The top five in the Cowboy, Come! Canning & Distillery Four Crown points top the entries to date for the Tom Wood Honda 150 this Saturday at Anderson Speedway, Amonett and Williams are both seeking their first Four Crown Championship. Other top CRA drivers entered include Barnes Jr., Akin, Phillips, Teepe, Cole Baxter, Dillon Oliver, Sammy Sanders, 2018 series Champion James Kirby, Dylan Hoppes, Kimmie Grieg, Troy Phillips, Frankie Oakes, Dallas Frueh, Aaron Wilke and Mark Eads Jr.

 

There will be an optional open practice at Anderson Speedway this Friday from 4:30 to 7:30pm.

 

On Saturday pit gates open at 2:30pm. Practice will begin at 4pm with qualifying beginning at 6pm. The race program is set to begin at 7:30pm and will start off with the Cintas 100 for the Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman. Also racing that night will be the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks in their Tom Wood Honda 150 Cowboy, Come! Canning & Distillery Four Crown Championship event as well as the Thunder Roadsters and Vintage Wrench Ford Division.

 

More event and track information can be found at www.andersonspeedway.com.

 

Additional information on all the CRA Series is available at www.cra-racing.com.


Entry Forms Released for ARCA/CRA Super Series and the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour

Winchester Speedway Labor Day Weekend World Stock Car Festival

Salem, Indiana (August 4, 2022): Champion Racing Association Powered by JEGS officials have released the entry forms for the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS and the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance events with the upcoming Labor Day Weekend World Stock Car Festival on the historic High Banks of Winchester Speedway. The events will take place on Saturday, September 3rd and Sunday, September 4th, with optional load in, purchase pit passes and parking haulers on Friday evening September 2nd.

On Saturday September 3rd the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour will practice, qualify, and have their 100-lap feature. Also racing that day will be the Vore’s Touring Compact Series and the Thunder Roadsters. The ARCA/CRA Super Series, Midwest Modifieds, Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman and Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks will all have open practice sessions available on that Saturday.

On Sunday, September 4th the ARCA/CRA Super Series will practice, qualify, and have their $5,000 to win 100-lap feature, the warmup event to the prestigious Winchester 400. Also practicing, qualifying, and racing that day will be the Midwest Modifieds, Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman and Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks

More event and track information are available on the Winchester Speedway Facebook Page or by calling the track office at 765-584-9701.

More information on all the CRA Series, including the entry forms for the Labor Day Weekend World Stock Car Festival at Winchester Speedway, is available on the CRA website at www.cra-racing.com.


 

JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour at Anderson Speedway Saturday for the Fudge Packer 100

 

Salem, IN (August 2, 2022) – The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance will return to action this Saturday in the Fudge Packer 100 Presented by Uranus Fudge Factory at Anderson Speedway located in Anderson, Indiana. The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour has competed at Anderson Speedway nine times since the 2011 season. Trent Snyder is a three-time series winner at Anderson, from 2011 through 2013. Four time series Champion Cody Coughlin is a two-time series winner at Anderson in 2016 and won last year's event. Other winners of series events at Anderson Speedway include Steve Dorer, Eddie Van Meter, Hunter Jack and Josh Brock. To date none of the previous winners are entered for Saturday’s event.

 

Saturday’s event will be the seventh points event of the season for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour. Casey Roderick won the series’ season opener on April 24th at Salem Speedway. Dylan Fetcho won the second event at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway on May 7th. Kyle Crump won the series’ third event at Birch Run Speedway on May 14th. Ethan Stadniczuk won the fourth event of the season at Flat Rock Speedway on June 16th. Carson Hocevar won the series fifth event at Birch Run Speedway on July 4th. Willie Allen won the July 9th Masters of the Pros event at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway.  

 

Nick Egan comes into Saturday’s event as both the series Championship points leader and the Rookie of the Year points leader. Dakota Stroup is second in points, he is 33 points behind Egan. Stadniczuk is in third place, with Cole Williams in fourth place and Jimmy Tucker in fifth place.

 

Egan, Stroup and Stadniczuk top the list of entries for Saturday’s Fudge Packer 100 at Anderson Speedway.

Other top series drivers entered include two-time Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Anderson Speedway event winner Brandon Varney and his brother Evan Varney, James Krueger, former Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Anderson Speedway event winner Brett Robinson, Kevin Cremonesi, Jimmy Tucker, Cassten Everidge and Dylan Bates.

 

Two-time Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman event winner J.P. Crabtree is entered to make his series 2022 debut. Crabtree has also went to victory lane at Anderson Speedway this season with the MEP Late Models. Danny Trent, a three-time winner with the Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman, is entered to make his 2022 series debut. CRA Late Model Sportsman and Anderson Speedway MEP Late Model regular Mike Sargent is entered to make his series debut Saturday.

 

Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway 2022 Pro Late Model event winner Hunter Wright is entered along with Nashville regular Zach Johnson. Missouri driver Joey Strode is entered to make his series 2022 debut. Former CRA Junior Late Model Series and JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour competitor Charlie Keeven is entered to make his series debut Saturday. Canadian Nicholas Naugle has entered Saturday’s event as well.

 

There is an open practice on Friday, pits open at 3:30pm, open practice will go from 4:30 to 7:30pm. Pits open on Saturday at 1pm. Practice will begin for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour at 3pm. Nova Motorsports Qualifying will begin at 5:30pm. Racing action will begin at 7:30pm and will include the Fudge Packer 100 Presented by Uranus Fudge Factory for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour. Also racing that night will be the Anderson Speedway MEP Late Models and ThunderCars along with the Thunder Roadsters.

 

More track and event info can be found at www.andersonspeedway.com.

 

More information on the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance is available at www.cra-racing.com


 
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Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman at Anderson Speedway Saturday

Salem, IN (August 9, 2022) – The Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Powered by JEGS will return to action with the running of the Cintas 100 this Saturday at Anderson Speedway, located in Anderson, IN. Saturday’s Cintas 100 will be the third of four series events at Anderson Speedway during the 2022 season. The last event will be on September 17th. The Cintas 100 will be the longest race of the season for the series at 100 laps and will be the highest paying event of the season, paying $2,000 to the event winner.

 

Ohio native Ryan Fleming got his first ever series win in the series season opener at Shadybowl Speedway on April 3rd as part of the CRA Cabin Fever Championships. Jeff Marcum got the win in the series second event of the season at Anderson Speedway on April 16th, adding to Marcum’s wins list with the series and at Anderson Speedway where he has claimed several Late Model Championships. Austin Coe got the win in the series event at Mt. Lawn Speedway on June 16th. Marcum went back to victory lane in the series' last event on July 2nd at Anderson Speedway.

 

2021 series Rookie of the Year Kyle Worley comes into Saturday’s event as the series 2022 Regular Season Champion in the series 2022 Chase for the Championship and is guaranteed a spot in the final four drivers who will race for the series Championship at Winchester Speedway on October 15th as long as he competes in all the Chase events. The other Chase drivers vying for one of the three remaining Chase spots to race for the Championship includes Kent Carson, Cassten Everidge, Logan Huckeba, Caleb Reschar and Keegan Sobilo. Huckeba and Sobilo are also battling for the series 2022 Rookie of the Year. All six of the Chase drivers are entered for Saturday’s event.

 

The event will also feature many of the Anderson Speedway MEP Late Model contenders as the two groups battle for supremacy on the tight ¼ mile track, including current points leader J.P. Crabtree and his father Jim Crabtree Jr., a former regular with the ARCA/CRA Super Series, who is second in points. Buddy Davis is third in points, Mike Sargent is fourth in points and Kevin Gross is fifth in points. Both Crabtree’s, Davis and Sargent are all entered for Saturday night’s event.

 

Other top drivers entered includes Marcum looking for his third straight series win at Anderson this season, three time series Champion Billy Hutson, 2021 ARCA/CRA Super Series Champion Hunter Jack, 2021 JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Rookie of the Year Tanner Jack, Greg Stilwell, Kaden White, Jared Soards, Evan Varney, and Curtis Setser II who will be making his series debut, he is the brother of former full-time series competitor Corey Setser.

 

There is an open practice this Friday at Anderson Speedway from 4:30pm to 7:30pm.

 

On Saturday pit gates open at 2:30pm. Practice will begin at 4pm with qualifying beginning at 6pm. The race program is set to begin at 7:30pm and will start off with the Cintas 100 for the Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman. Also racing that night will be the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks in their 150 lap Cowboy, Come! Canning & Distillery Four Crown Championship event as well as the Thunder Roadsters and Vintage Wrench Ford Division.

 

More event and track information can be found at www.andersonspeedway.com.

 

Information on all the CRA Series is available at www.cra-racing.com

 


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Super Cup Stock Car Series: A.L.L. Construction Twin 50s Up Next at Motor Mile; Championship Finale Added at Tri-County in October

Statesville, North Carolina (August 16, 2022) – On the heels of another unexpected month off from racing, the Super Cup Stock Car Series gets back into gear with the next event and also has an announcement regarding an added date to the schedule.

 

Motor Mile Speedway in Radford, Virginia will host a jam-packed evening of competition, featuring the A.L.L. Construction Twin 50s for the SCSCS, on Saturday, August 20th for a general admission price of only $15.  The Radford, Virginia venue hosted two series events in 2021 for the first time and was well-received by each of the competitors.

 

The initial green flag will fly before the sun sets and will be presented by Trick Shot Sustainable Products, a generous partner of the series which recently announced a deal to all SCSCS members, supporters, and fans by going to https://itdoesthetrick.com/shop/ and entering coupon code (dashes included) THANK-YOU-SCSCS-25 to save 25% on any purchase of $15 or more.

 

The second 50-lap main event will occur under the stars and is presented by STAAR Trucking, a customer-centric leader in the trucking and shipping industry.  Additionally on the program of entertainment, the 0.416-mile oval will include twin features for their local Late Models as well as multiple other divisions.

 

The largest field of the year so far is expected with multiple drivers making their season debut.  Grandstand gates will open at 4:00 p.m. with a full docket of racing getting underway at 7:00 p.m.


 

Both SCSCS winners at Motor Mile in 2021 are currently the frontrunners for the championship in 2022.  Most recent winner at Jennerstown, Jason Kitzmiller, leads Ben Ebeling by 47 points heading into the weekend.  There will be a slight points reset following the night, with a competitor’s two worst performances dropped for the tally prior to the final stretch of races.

 

On the topic of the latter part of the season, it has been announced that the third time will be a charm when it comes to racing in the Tarheel State in 2022.  An agreement has been reached to conclude the season on Saturday, October 22nd at Hudson, North Carolina’s Tri-County Speedway.  The series has not held an event at the 4/10-mile oval since its initial season in 2008, which was also the first ever points race.

 

The SCSCS participation as part of the historic track’s continued rebirth would not be possible without various partners, which will be detailed closer to the race date.

 

More information can be found on the Super Cup Stock Car Series official web site supercupstockcarseries.com with interactive updates throughout race day available on Facebook (search Super Cup Stock Car Series), Twitter (@SCSCSRacing), and Instagram (SCSCS_Racing).

 


 

 

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Majeski Holds off Johnson for Third Gandrud Auto Group 250 Win

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By: Kevin Ramsell
The route for Ty Majeski’s $15,000 payday in the ARCA Midwest Tour’s Gandrud Auto Group 250 at Wisconsin International Raceway near Kaukauna, Wisconsin was not an easy one for the five-time tour champion.

“We had a pinhole leak in the power steering line when we faded on the long run, just had no power steering. I was hanging on, praying for a yellow and getting worn out,” a relieved Majeski said in victory lane. “Thankfully the pinhole filled up enough when we put more in it during a caution and it lasted that was our night.”

But that wasn’t the only thing made Majeski a little nervous before the race.

“In qualifying, we got stuck in first gear and Toby (Nuttleman, crew chief) pried it out with a crowbar to get it back in gear,” Majeski explained. “We qualified and came back in and changed our transmission before the race.”

“We had quite the evening, but glad it all worked out.”

Majeski had about a 1.2 second lead on Johnson until the final caution flew on lap 142 for Bobby Kendall’s spin in turns three and four. This setup for an eight lap shootout between the top two drivers in the Midwest, Majeski and current ARCAMT point leader Casey Johnson.

Johnson got as close to Majeski’s bumper with three laps to go, but couldn’t make a move for the lead as the laps ran out.

“If we ran the same line, I could just be a hair faster, but we all know that you can’t pass when you are running the same line to the guy in front of you,” Johnson said. “We were trying to work the groove to see if I could find something a little bit and it didn’t work out.”

Gabe Sommers finished third after leading 29 laps until the caution flew on lap 224.

“I don’t know if it was a good thing or bad thing,” Sommers said about the caution coming out. “The tires just really came in near the end. I didn’t think they would come that quick, but they did. The car was really good, and we will come back next year just a little bit stronger.”

The race saw six different leaders over the 250 laps. Sawyer Effertz lead early until he fell out with mechanical issues. Bobby Kendall led until Casey Johnson took over the top spot on lap 45 and would lead until lap 101 when Johnny Sauter took over the top spot.

Sauter, who said he finished building his car at 3am, led a lot in the middle portion of the race and appeared to be the car to beat. That was until during a caution, he pulled off the track with a mechanical issue on lap 191, handing the lead over to Sommers. Sommers would lead until a restart with 25 laps to go, where Majeski got by him and drove off to the victory.

Luke Fenhaus finished fourth with Levon Van Der Geest finishing a strong fifth.

Stephen Nasse, two-time Southern Super Series champion, made his Midwest Tour debut driving for Steve Appel, came home with a sixth place finish.

Jeremy Lepak was seventh with Detjens Memorial winner Jonathan Eilen in eighth. Justin Mondeik was ninth.

Former WIR champion, NASCAR Cup Series champion, and a new member of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Matt Kenseth made his return to the half-mile oval to recover from an early spin to finish 10th.

The ARCA Midwest Tour will be back in action on Saturday, August 20th at Hawkeye Downs Speedway in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

A replay of the race is available at midwesttour.tv.

 


 
 Stars from Five States Set to Head to Hawkeye Saturday for Iowa Donor Network 100

Cedar Rapids, IA- Super Late Model drivers from five states will invade Hawkeye Downs this Saturday night (August 20, 2022) for the Iowa Donor Network 100. The ‘Stars and Cars’ of the ARCA Midwest Tour will be led by two-time Tour Champion and current point leader Casey Johnson, central Wisconsin front runners Gabe Sommers, Levon VanDerGeest and Justin Mondeik as well as former Tour Champ and Hawkeye winner Jonathan Eilen Racing begins at 7pm on Saturday. Here is a breakdown of those drivers:

Expected Entries for Saturday August 20, 2022 (17 as of 8/15/22)

SLM WINNER 2 Gregory Borchardt Prior Lake MN Dan’s Auto/Turnkey Boatworks/Prior Lake Auto/Schaeffer’s Chevrolet -Making limited Super Late Model starts, the former Sportsman division standout visited LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway Super Late Model victory lane at Oktoberfest a few seasons ago. He and his family continue to improve their Super Late Model efforts and will again return to Hawkeye Downs to race against the Midwest Tour competition.

SLM WINNER 4 Scott Tomasik Avon IN Morris Transmission/Clermont Liquors Toyota -Tomasik won the final Tony Bettenhausen Memorial held at Illiana Motor Speedway (IN) in 2015 and has multiple weekly wins at Grundy County Speedway in Illinois. Tomasik made his first Tour appearance of the season at Milwaukee and again competed with the Tour in July at Grundy. A side window blowing out at Milwaukee and an ignition issue on the grid at Grundy have hampered the team’s efforts thus far, but the third time is the charm. This will mark Tomasik’s first Midwest Tour appearance at Hawkeye Downs.

TOUR CHAMPION 5 Casey Johnson Edgerton WI Hougan Farms/Encompass Construction/Dixon Drywall/Wise Guys Auto Chevrolet -Johnson’s Tour season has been tough on his fellow competitors, second at Slinger, winning the Joe Shear Classic at Madison, third at Jefferson, winning at Milwaukee and a second earlier this month at WIR. In addition to three Jefferson titles, Johnson has amassed two track championships and two Red, White and Blue State Championships at Wisconsin International, two in Big 8, two Tundra titles, six Wisconsin State Championships at Jefferson, the 2013 and 2016 MIS Triple Crowns and two National Short Track Championships at Rockford Speedway. Johnson won the Alive for 5 feature at the Dells last weekend.

TOUR WINNER 15 Gabe Sommers Plover WI WI Potato & Veg Growers Assoc/DeKalb/Kwik Trip/Rowdy Energy Toyota -Sommers recorded his breakthrough win at the Larry Detjens Memorial at State Park Speedway in 2019, to date his only Tour win. He went on to become the 2019 Midwest Tour Rookie of the Year and backed up that effort with a runner-up points finish in 2020 and fifth a season ago. It has become commonplace to find the 15 car running up front, finishing second at Jefferson and Grundy while finishing third in the Gandrud Auto Group 250 earlier this month.. He currently sits second in Tour points.

BIG 8 CHAMPION 17 Max Kahler Caledonia IL Windsor Auto Sales/Retool/B&K Concrete Ford – Max Kahler had the car to beat at Rockford’s Spring Classic and he delivered for his family operated team, dominating the 88 lap contest to start the Big 8 Season. Since then he has added a pair of weekly wins at the Northern Illinois quarter mile oval. The young pilot had quite the week in October of 2020, charging at the end and making a late race pass to win the National Short Track Championship at Rockford and then having trailed in the Big 8 point standings he put together an impressive run at Oktoberfest to claim the Big 8 Series title.

TRUCK CHAMPION 23 Levon VanDerGeest Merrill WI Central Sawdust of WI/Breber Music/Culver’s Chevrolet -Levon VanDerGeest recorded his first VDL Fast Time Award last month when the ARCA Midwest Tour visited Grundy County Speedway. Levon became the youngest winner in Milwaukee Mile history when he rolled to the Midwest Truck Series victory on Father’s Day 2019. Levon went on to become the 2019 Truck Champion and finished second in the 2021 ARCA Midwest Tour Rookie of the Year standings. Levon’s first visit to Hawkeye Downs resulted in an eleventh place showing last year and is fresh off an impressive fifth place run at WIR.

SLM CHAMPION 26 Dean Cornelius Bloomington MN CVF/Refinishers Supply/Stop Tech Brakes/Phil Russell Trucking Chevrolet -Nearly twenty years ago Cornelius was an up and comer on the asphalt. The 2003 Raceway Park Champion ventured out of Minnesota and claimed the Midwest Allstar Racing Series Rookie of the Year honors in 2005 on the strength of a win at Madison. Cornelius continued to be ultra successful by racking up wins with his dirt stock car around the country and is now back concentrating on asphalt racing, teamed with longtime Minnesota Champion Mark Lamoreaux. With a new power plant under the hood, the duo heads to the former stop on the NASCAR Northern Series trail.

LM WINNER 40 Curt Tillman Roscoe IL AllTrucksUSA.com Chevrolet -Curt Tillman is a former weekly front runner at Rockford Speedway, and was named the Speedway’s most popular driver in 1986 where he picked up multiple feature wins. Now back at it with a new found enthusiasm and the help of former Midwest Tour Champion Andrew Morrissey. Curt has been fast on Thursday nights at Wisconsin International Raceway this season, leading multiple times and recording multiple preliminary wins.

TOUR WINNER 44 Justin Mondeik Gleason WI Powerhouse Lawn & Leisure/Metsa Machines/Merrill Manufacturing/Agra Chevrolet – Mondeik’s lone Tour win was recorded during the 2020 Larry Detjens Memorial at State Park Speedway where he is a two-time and defending Track Champion. With a fifth win at State Park just last week, Mondeik is again leading the point standings at his home track. In addition to his Wausau success, Mondeik has posted back to back Stateline Challenge wins at Norway Speedway in the UP of Michigan and collected the Champion’s Hardware the past two seasons at Golden Sands Speedway. Mondeik finds himself fifth in the Tour point standings and has tallied a total of twelve weekly wins on the season.

49 Jerry Mueller Richfield WI All Pro Asphalt/Paving Pal/Homer’s Towing/Hair 251/Reed Enterprises Chevrolet -Making his Midwest Tour debut at perhaps one of his best tracks, Jerry Mueller will make the haul from Eastern Wisconsin to Hawkeye Downs for Saturday Night’s Iowa Donor Network 100. In the past three Big 8 Series events at the Iowa pavement oval, the former Slinger Street Stock Champion has clicked off a third place effort, a fourth and most recently another podium performance, placing third at Hawkeye in June.

HAWKEYE CHAMPION 64 Griffin McGrath Cedar Rapids IA McGrathAuto.com Chevrolet -With his attention mainly on INEX Legend Car racing these days, McGrath will return to Super Late Models this weekend and at a track he has been known to run quite well at. McGrath is the 2018 Hawkeye Downs Track Champion and was victorious this June in the Big 8 Series Clash at the Downs. McGrath scored an ASA Late Model Series North victory at The Milwaukee Mile in 2010 and has three Midwest Tour Fast Qualifier Awards to his credit.

SLM CHAMPION 71 Blake Brown Twin Lakes WI McCloskey Farms/Terry’s Auto Group/Olson’s Iron & Disposal Ford -Unlike many of the up and coming drivers who talk about how iracing got them into racing, iracing during the pandemic got this driver turned fisherman back into the sport in which he found much success. Brown was the 2011 Illiana Super Late Model Track Champion and then went traveling with the Midwest Trucks, becoming their Champion in 2014 alongside a Championship in the Trucks at Madison. Brown is the 2021 Grundy County Speedway Sportsman Champion and won a weekly SLM feature at Grundy in June.

TOUR CHAMPION 77 Jonathan Eilen Hampton MN Eilen & Sons Trucking & Landscape/Graber Auto Body Ford -Eilen returned to Tour Victory Lane for the first time in over nine years at State Park Speedway in July, 86 events had passed. The 2012 ARCA Midwest Tour Champion and 2007 Tour Rookie of the Year has a total of six career feature victories including the first ever Tour event in 2007 held at his home track, Elko Speedway. Eilen, who is seventh on the all-time wins list will make his Tour Record 150th start on Saturday Night. Jonathan sits third in the Tour Point Standings and is the only former Tour Hawkeye Downs winner entered this weekend.

SLM CHAMPION 77 Riley Stenjem Utica WI Sreamin’ Norwegian/Hausz Contractors/Hougan Farms/Direct Networks Chevrolet -Stenjem has adopted quickly to Late Models, the three-time Legend Wisconsin State Champion won the Jefferson Speedway Late Model Rookie of the Year Award along with winning two out of the three Wisconsin State Championship feature events in 2019. With limited Tour starts, he has posted five top ten finishes, with top tens coming during last year’s Howie Lettow Classic and Oktoberfest 200. The 2021 Tundra Series Champion and 2022 Kulwicki Driver Development Program Driver posted top ten finishes in his last three tour starts, fifth at Madison, sixth at Jefferson and fifth at Grundy.

SLM WINNER 81 Bryan Syer-Keske Lakeville MN Advanced Diesel Power/Fredrickson Signs/Bros Jorgenson Chevrolet -The former Elko Speedway weekly Super Late Model winner has a strong Oktoberfest last fall finishing eighth overall in the Dick Trickle 99 and qualifying for Sunday’s ARCA Midwest Tour 200 lap Championship Feature. Syer-Keske believes he is in the best position he has ever been in to compete with the ‘Stars and Cars’ of the ARCA Midwest Tour and will join them Saturday at Hawkeye Downs.

LM WINNER 95 Harley Jankowski Sparta WI Hableman Brothers Cranberrys/Kurts Shop/Modern Disposal Sys Chevrolet -The former LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway competitor has made the move to Super Late Models and has found victory during Central Wisconsin Racing Association action. Having recently acquired the former Skylar Holzhausen mount which finished third at Hawkeye in 2015. Jankowski currently sits second in the 2022 ARCA Midwest Tour Rookie of the Year standings.

TRUCK CHAMPION 100 Tristian Swanson New Market MN Marthaler.com/Country Joe Homes/Gumm Farms/Hamke Toyota -A second generation driver, Tristian has his sights set on the Tour Rookie of the Year Award and is the current Rookie point leader. Last season, a win at Madison’s Joe Shear Classic put him on everyone’s radar in the Midwest Trucks. Swanson went on to win four features and was crowned Midwest Truck Champion and Rookie of the Year at season’s end. Tristian is a former Legends Track Champion at Dells Raceway Park and started his Super Late Model season by competing in the Chilly Willy at Tucson Speedway in AZ. He posted back to back tenth place finishes in Tour action at Jefferson and Milwaukee earlier this season.

Schedule of Events for Iowa Donor Network 100, Saturday August 20:
2pm Pit Gate Opens
4pm Practice Begins
4pm Front Gates Open
5:45pm Qualifying Begins
7pm Racing Begins

Ticket Pricing: General Admission Tickets $20, Seniors and Youth $15, children ages 8 and under admitted free.

Divisions: The ARCA Midwest Tour will be joined by the Midwest Dash Series and Legends.

Location: Hawkeye Downs is located at 4400 6th Street SW in Cedar Rapids, IA. For additional information visit www.hawkeyedowns.org or call 319-365-8656.

Past Midwest Tour Hawkeye Downs Winners
2007 Steve Carlson
2008 Steve Carlson
2009 Steve Carlson
2010 Steve Carlson
2011 Jonathan Eilen
2014 Ty Majeski
2015 Ty Majeski
2021 Ty Majeski *also set Track Record 18.216 seconds

 


 


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CARS Late Model Stock Car Tour 2022 Season Schedule

 

March 12-13    Caraway Speedway                             Sophia, NC             Old North State Nationals

March 26         Hickory Motor Speedway                     Hickory, NC

April 9              Greenville-Pickens Speedway             Easley, SC

April 23            Goodyear All American Speedway      Jacksonville, NC

May 6               Ace Speedway                                    Elon, NC

May 21             Franklin County Speedway                Callaway, VA

June 4              Langley Speedway                             Hampton, VA

June 18            Dominion Raceway                            Thornburg, VA

July 30             Hickory Motor Speedway                    Hickory, NC           Throwback 276

August 12        Ace Speedway                                    Elon, NC

August 27        Motor Mile Speedway                         Fairlawn, VA

September 10 Tri-County Motor Speedway               Granite Falls, NC

October 8        Dillion Motor Speedway                     Dillon, SC

October 22      South Boston Speedway                      South Boston, VA

November 5    Caraway Speedway                             Sophia, NC             North vs South Shootout

 

 

CARS Pro Late Model Tourv2022 Season Schedule

 

March 12-13   Caraway Speedway                              Sophia, NC             Old North State Nationals

March 26        Hickory Motor Speedway                      Hickory, NC

April 9             Greenville-Pickens Speedway              Easley, SC

May 21            Franklin County Speedway                  Callaway, VA

June 25           Tri-County Motor Speedway                Granite Falls, NC

July 9               Wake County Speedway                     Raleigh, NC

July 30             Hickory Motor Speedway                    Hickory, NC           Throwback 276

August 12        Ace Speedway                                    Elon, NC

August 27        Motor Mile Speedway                         Fairlawn, VA

September 10 Tri-County Motor Speedway               Granite Falls, NC

October 22      South Boston Speedway                     South Boston, VA

November 5    Caraway Speedway                             Sophia, NC             North vs South Shootout

 
 

2022 ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS

All Aspects of Schedule are Tentative and Subject to Change.

DATE                                              TRACK                                                        LAPS

Fri./Sat., January 28-29               Watermelon Capital Speedway                    100

Saturday, April 9                          Anderson Speedway                                     125

Sunday, April 24                          Salem Speedway                                            100

Saturday, May 7                           Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway                100

Saturday, June 4                         Jennerstown Speedway                                150

Saturday, June 18                       Flat Rock Speedway                                      125

Saturday, July 16                         Anderson Speedway                                     400

Saturday, July 30                         Lucas Oil Raceway                                        100

Saturday, August 20                   TBA                                                                  100

Sat./Sun., September 3-4           Winchester Speedway                                    100

Saturday, September 17            Toledo Speedway                                            100

Sat./Sun., October 15-16            Winchester Speedway                                   400

Sat./Sun., October 29-30            Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway                 300

 

2022 JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Schedule

DATE                                                     TRACK                                                  LAPS

Fri./Sat., January 28-29                     Watermelon Capital Speedway               100

Sunday, April 24                                 Salem Speedway                                     100

Saturday, April 30                              Birch Run Speedway                               100

Saturday, May 7                                 Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway           100

Sunday, June                                     TBA                                                            125

Saturday, July 2                                 Birch Run Speedway                               100

Saturday, July 9                                 Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway           150

Friday, July 22                                   TBA                                                             100

Saturday, August 6                            Anderson Speedway                                100

Saturday, September 3                     Winchester Speedway                              100

Saturday, September 10                   Birch Run Speedway                                100

Saturday, October 1                          Jennerstown Speedway                           100

Friday, October 14                             Winchester Speedway                              100

Sunday, October 30                           Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway           100

 

2022 Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks Schedule

All Aspects of Schedule are Tentative and Subject to Change. Additional Events May be Added.

DATE                                     TRACK                                              LAPS

Saturday, January 29            Watermelon Capital Speedway           75 Non-Points

Sunday, April 3                       Shadybowl Speedway                       75

Saturday, April 16                  Anderson Speedway                           75

Saturday, April 30                  Shady Bowl Speedway                       150 Four Crown

Sunday, May 15                      T.B.A.                                                 75

Saturday, June 25                   Anderson Speedway                           150 Four Crown

Saturday, July 30                    Indianapolis Raceway Park                100 Four Crown

Saturday, August 13               Anderson Speedway                           150 Four Crown

Saturday, August 20               T.B.A.                                                  50

Sat/Sun, September 3-4          Winchester Speedway                         40

Saturday, September 17          Anderson Speedway                           75

Saturday, October 1                Jennerstown Speedway                       50

Friday, October 14                 Winchester Speedway                         25 Non-Points

Saturday, October 15             Winchester Speedway                          40

Saturday, October 29             Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway        50 Non-Points

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Super Cup Stock Car Series 2022 Schedule

(ALL events feature a twin race format)

Saturday, April 23 - Dominion Raceway, Thornburg, VA

Saturday, May 14 - Midvale Speedway, Midvale, OH

Saturday, June 4 - 3rd Running of the Veterans Classic at Shenandoah Speedway, Shenandoah, VA

Saturday, June 18 - Keystone Twins at UMI Motorsports Park, Clearfield, PA

Saturday, July 9 - Jennerstown Speedway, Jennerstown, PA

Saturday, August 6 - Optional/Rain Date (if needed)

Saturday, August 20 - Motor Mile Speedway, Radford, VA

Saturday, September 10 - Jennerstown Speedway, Jennerstown, PA

Saturday, October 1 - Dominion Raceway, Thornburg, VA

Saturday, October 22 - Championship Weekend presented by Startown Carpet and Floor Coverings at Hickory Motor Speedway (with the FASS Big Rig Series), Hickory, NC

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2022 VORES COMPACT TOURING SERIES SCHEDULE

March 19 - Five Flags Speedway - Bash at the Beach*/***
April 3 - TBA - Cabin Fever**
April 16 - Anderson Speedway - Easter Bunny 30**/***
April 30 - Shadybowl Speedway - Spring Fling**
May 14 - Ona Speedway - Fly By 40
June 11 - Anderson Speedway - Summer Celebration
June 25 - Shadybowl Speedway - 5th Annual Bowl Classic
July 9 - Angola Motorsport Speedway - 9th Annual Vores Cup
July 30 - Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park - NASCAR Race Week
August 13 - Rain Date
August 21 - TBA - Back to School Celebration
September 4 - Winchester Speedway - Labor Day Weekend**
October 1 - Jennerstown Speedway - Fall Brawl
October 14 - Winchester Speedway - Jerry Herndon Memorial Championship Night
October 30 - Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway - All American 400*/***

* - Non-Points Race
** - D & J Sales B4 Mini Series Races
*** - Pest Doctor Bug Free Challenge

 

2022 ARCA Midwest Tour Schedule (subject to change)

Sun May 1 – Madison International Speedway – Oregon, WI – Joe Shear Classic 200

Sat May 28 – Jefferson Speedway – Jefferson, WI – Salute the Troops 100

Sun Jun 19 – The Milwaukee Mile – West Allis, WI – Father’s Day 100

Sat July 9 – Grundy County Speedway – Morris, IL – Wayne Carter Classic 100

Sat July 23 – State Park Speedway – Wausau, WI – Larry Detjens Memorial 125

Tues Aug 2 – Wisconsin International Raceway – Kaukauna, WI – Gandrud Auto Group 250

Sat Aug 20 – Hawkeye Downs – Cedar Rapids, IA – Hawkeye 100

Fri Aug 26 – Madison International Speedway – Oregon, WI – Howie Lettow Classic 100

Sat Sept 3 – Dells Raceway Park – WI Dells, WI – Jim Sauter Classic 200

Sun Oct 9 – LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway – West Salem, WI – Oktoberfest 200

Sun Oct 30* – Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway – Nashville, TN – All American 400*

*Non-Points event for ARCA Midwest Tour

 

 
 
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