Andy Seuss had a very successful 2014 racing season.  He won the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour championship while driving the #11 Ideal Racing Modifieds owned by Eddie Harvey.  He also earned the Most Popular Driver award for the Tour.   Like many racers across the country, driving racecars is a sideline for Seuss.  Unlike […]

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(TOLEDO, Ohio) - ARCA announced today the enhanced structure of its Competition Department, including the addition of industry veteran Grayling Call and alignment of the responsibilities of long time department leaders Joe Wells and Bobby Thomsen. The moves are designed to best position ARCA for efficient management of its on-track product while introducing innovations to […]

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(Mooresville, N.C.) With the 2014 ARCA Racing season quickly winding down second year driver Mason Mitchell holds a narrow 25 point lead over Grant Enfinger. This weekend marks the second and final dirt race of the 2014 season. Mitchell finished second earlier this month at the Springfield Mile after driving from sixth to second in […]

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Grant Enfinger arrived at Pocono Raceway this past week with a 40-point advantage over Mason Mitchell in the ARCA Racing Series point standings.  A crash on lap 12 saw that advantage completely evaporate.  Enfinger will now head to Berlin Raceway in Michigan trailing Mitchell by 75 points.   Enfinger tangled with Frank Kimmel going into […]

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WINCHESTER, IN - 59-year-old veteran racer Ken Schrader seemed to have the dominant car for most of Sunday’s ARCA Racing Series Herr’s Chase the Taste 200 at Winchester Speedway.  Schrader led 88 of the 200 laps, but at the end of the day, when it mattered most, it was two young talents battling it out […]

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A timely nap helped 59-year-old Ken Schrader win his 18th all-time ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards pole award Saturday. Schrader, in just his second ARCA stock car start at historic Winchester Speedway, was fastest in both practice sessions and won the Menards Pole Award presented by Ansell with an ARCA qualifying record of 15.826 […]

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LONG POND, PA - They don’t call it the “Tricky Triangle” for nothing.  It’s a saying you hear a lot around the garage areas of Pocono Raceway.  It’s a tough place to conquer for any veteran, let alone if you are a rookie in the ARCA Racing Series and have never competed at a superspeedway. […]

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Kyle Larson made his first start at Pocono Raceway a memorable one by leading 66 of the 80 laps in Saturday’s ARCA Racing Series event.  In the end, his dominant run was almost derailed on the late restart by the young ARCA regular Mason Mitchell. “That was surprising,” said Larson after the race.  “We had […]

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NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rookie Kyle Larson’s started off the weekend on a high note a Pocono Raceway (PA).   Despite never having driven the “Tricky Triangle” before Friday, The Elk Grove, California driver won the pole for Saturday’s ARCA Racing Series 80-lap race.  Larson credited much of the success to a teammate in the […]

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