Discussion in 'ARCA' started by StandOnIt, Dec 9, 2018.
Larry's son gets a part time ride in ARCA
Successful Late Model team moves to ARCA with GMS Racing support
KBR Development will field a single car for Brandon McReynolds, Carson Hocevar
Michael Self will be doing the full season with Sinclair sponsorship for Venturini.
I wonder if he's racing the day before the Clash
Definately one of the favorites to win the championship this year. Utah sponsoring backing the Utah native again!
decker is fast. Let see if it translates over to the race and quals.
She's a pretty good plate racer
yeah....scary deja freaking VU. Im more of a deegan fan....would love to see the two of them battle.
EVERY ARCA RACE WILL AIR LIVE ON TV IN 2019
ARCA Daytona Lucas Oil 200 entry list
There is no entry entry list quite like the one ARCA compiles each February in advance of Daytona Speedweeks.
For 2019, the should-be championship contenders are comprised of 2016 Snowball Derby winner Christian Eckes, two-time CRA Super Late Model Series champion Travis Braden, fourth-year driver Bret Holmes, Joe Graf Jr. and Michael Self -- a 12-time race winner between ARCA and the NASCAR K&N Pro Series.
Chuck Heirs, Andy Hilleburg Racing
Eric Caudell, Caudell Racing
Willie Mullins, Hixon Motorsports
Todd Gilliland, DGR-Crosley Racing
Bobby Gerhart, Bobby Gerhart Racing
Codie Rohrbaugh, Codie Rohrbaugh Racing
Tommy Vigh Jr., Andy Hilleburg Racing
Jason White, Andy Hilleburg Racing
Christian Eckes, Venturini Motorsports
Riley Herbst, Joe Gibbs Racing
Harrison Burton, Venturini Motorsports
Connor Hall, Chad Bryant Motorsports
Bret Holmes, Bret Holmes Motorsports
Michael Self, Venturini Racing
Travis Braden, RFMS Racing
Brandon McReynolds, KBR Development
Grant Quinlan, Rette Jones Motorsports
Gus Dean, Win Tron Racing
Brenden Queen, Vizion Motorsports
Paul Willimson, Vizion Motorsports
Sean Corr, Empire Racing
John Ferrier, Empire Racing
Thad Moffitt, Empire Racing
Brad Smith, Brad Smith Racing
Tyler Dippel, Ken Schrader Racing
Natalie Decker, DGR-Crosley Racing
Leilani Munter, Venturini Motorsports
J.J. Pack, JJ Pack Racing
Dave Mader, Wixon Racing
Scott Melton, Will Kimmel Racing
Joe Graf Jr., Chad Bryant Motorsports
Andy Seuss, Our Motorsprts
Con Nicolopolous, Wayne Person Racing
CJ McLaughlin, Our Motorsprts
Brandon McReynolds Leads Practice for Lucas Oil 200 driven by General Tire at Daytona
Brandon McReynolds (No. 28 KBR Development Toyota) led Thursday's two-hour practice session for Saturday's ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards Lucas Oil 200 driven by General Tire at Daytona International Speedway. McReynolds, son of NASCAR on Fox analyst Larry McReynolds, turned a fast lap 49.014 seconds/183.621 miles per hour.
Todd Gilliland (No. 4 Frontline Enterprises Toyota) was second at 49.155 seconds/183.094 miles per hour, Gus Dean (No. 32 Win-Tron Racing Chevrolet) was third at 49.169 seconds/183.042 miles per hour, Harrison Burton (No. 20 DEX Imaging Toyota) was fourth at 49.185 seconds/182.983 miles per hour, and Bret Holmes (No. 23 Holmes II Excavating/Southern States Bank Chevrolet) rounded out the top five at 49.190 seconds/182.964 miles per hour.
Are ARCA cars still hand-me-downs Monster Energy Cars, or are they their own thing now?
Depends on the team. Those older style looking cars are what they call a flange fit composite body made by five star and they are new like the 4 above in the picture. Composite bodies are mandatory for everybody in ARCA next year.
Nice qual for Munter. Sure would be cool see her have a good finish to end her racing career with.
Wow Menards expands to a Multi year agreement for ARCA-Menards. It will now be called the ARCA Menards series.
I did watch it last year, never seen anything like it.
DGR-Crosley penalized again ... this time by ARCA for a Daytona spoiler infraction
What happened to them?
" In the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, the team currently fields the No. TBA full-time for TBA. In the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, the team currently fields the No. TBA full-time for TBA. In the ARCA Racing Series, the team currently fields the No. TBA full-time for TBA."
Interesting all it takes is changing a few decals and they can run either or both series. They all join later this year for a run off series for the champion
I think that starts next year
The combination races start next year, that is correct!
Round 3 is this afternoon (2pm I believe) at the high banks of Salem! It’s looking a bit rainy here, good chance the start may be delayed , but I think they will get the show in. Live coverage on MAV TV today.
I guess nobody here watched it.
Points leader Christian Eckes was sick after practice and qualifying on Saturday and couldn’t start the race on Sunday. Harrison Burton filled in for him.
Carson Hocevar led the from the start but Michael Self took the lead pretty quickly and lapped up til about 5th place before the caution came out around lap 85 lap. They had a restart that lasted for a few laps until the rain came around lap 97. They ran under yellow until lap 101 and it was called official around 15 or 20 min later. It’s too bad the whole race couldn’t happen, and the field was a little weak (19 cars) but there was some good racing throughout the top 10.
who won? I don't have MAV
Michael self only ever lost the lead while pitting around lap 85, but regained it right away on the restart
the last ARCA tweet is from Jan 2. March 2nd for Motorsport.com
ARCA basically has no social media presence. They have not updated their Facebook page either. I thought after NASCAR bought them they would use social media, the NASCARHometrack Twitter has great updates for K&N and the Modifieds. They said it would be business as usual for ARCA until 2020, I guess that even includes social media. I would expect them to have social media updates next year, whether it’s on an ARCA account or the NASCAR Home tracks accounts.
NASCAR doesn't run ARCA yet. You'll see some changes when they do take over.
Yeah, I thought so, though I would have thought NASCAR may have made them starting using social media since NASCAR already uses it so much with their other regional series!
I figure there will be some changes, not including the combination races with K&N. Some of those lower quality teams like #48 Brad Smith, the #06... etc.... I can't see those being in a NASCAR sanctioned event. I dont know anything, just a guess but i assume they will do something to force those extremely slow teams out.
I think you have to qualify somehow to get into the combo series big dance next year, That should cull out many of the backmarkers I would guess.
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