Last year, Joe Graf, Jr. (No. 77 EAT SLEEP RACE Ford) came to Talladega Superspeedway as a raw, untested rookie. His experience had been gained on the short tracks of the Midwest and the Northeast, and two ARCA Menards Series starts at Nashville and Salem. He had no experience in the draft at Talladega, or […]

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Two ARCA Menards Series championship contenders, West Virginia’s Travis Braden and New Jersey’s Joe Graf, Jr., are heading to the second event of the 2019 season, the March 9 ARCA Pensacola 200 presented by Inspectra Thermal Solutions at Five Flags Speedway, each looking for their second career victory. Braden (No. 27 MatrixCare/Consonus Health Care/Liberty Village […]

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MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Making waves during a nearly full-time ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards schedule in 2018 which included his first career stock car win at Berlin (Mich.) Raceway, Joe Graf Jr. (@joegrafjr) will seek the series’ championship in 2019 after re-upping with Chad Bryant Racing (CBR) for the full 20-race schedule beginning with […]

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Wild and crazy doesn’t even begin to describe the finish of the Primera Plastics 200 for the ARCA Racing Series at Michigan’s Berlin Raceway on Saturday night. However, the word “controversial” does a pretty solid job instead.   New Jersey’s Joe Graf, Jr. got the victory on Saturday, his first ARCA win. But while he […]

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Photo finishes, big money races, and even some controversy. You name it and it happened during what was a wild weekend of short track racing around the country. If you missed any of it, just keep reading and we’ll get you caught up.   1. Georgia Ace Claims Oxford 250 Prize in First Attempt For […]

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Joe Graf, Jr. (No. 77 Big Tine Ford) nudged two drivers out of the way on the final two green flag lap to score his first career ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards win in the Primera Plastics 200 at Berlin Raceway. Graf edged Zane Smith (No. 41 LaPaz Margarita Miz/ICON Vehicle Dynamics Toyota) at […]

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