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Daytona. It signals the start of every NASCAR season and the start of every driver’s career who runs fulltime in a NASCAR national series.
Following a pair of full-time seasons in ARCA, Gus Dean is moving up to NASCAR national series competition.
Natalie Decker is vastly expanding her racing schedule in 2019, including making her NASCAR national series debut.
Newly-crowned ARCA champion Sheldon Creed will join GMS Racing for a full-time ride in the Camping World Truck Series championship.
NASCAR on Saturday unveiled the framework of how its recent acquisition of the ARCA Racing Series will fit into the sport’s competitive structure.
ARCA Racing points leader Sheldon Creed has landed a four-race Truck deal with GMS Racing.
It didn’t come easy – nothing has this season – but Gus Dean earned his first ARCA win in dramatic fashion on Saturday.
Polesitter Sheldon Creed lost his mojo in the early stages of the ARCA race at Iowa Speedway, but he never lost touch with the leaders and in the final third of the race he charged to the front and stayed there.
A timely caution and pit call sent Michael Self to his second ARCA victory of the season.
ARCA championship leader Sheldon Creed earned his second career victory after a dominant showing at Gateway Motorsports Park, Friday night.
Harrison Burton’s first race at a superspeedway could not have gone better.
Christian Eckes becomes third different winner in as many ARCA Racing Series races this season in thrilling finish at Salem (Ind.) Speedway.
Zane Smith led Sheldon Creed and Harrison Burton, capturing the win Saturday night as MDM Motorsports swept the podium at Fairgrounds Speedway in Nashville.
It wasn’t pretty, but Michael Self survived a three-hour marathon to win the ARCA season opener Saturday night.
Natalie Decker has a chance to make ARCA history on Saturday.
Joe Gibbs Racing has hired Robert “Bootie” Barker to oversee its ARCA Racing Series program with Riley Herbst.
Veteran Tom Hessert III led the way in this week’s two-day preseason ARCA test at Daytona International Speedway.
Ten-time ARCA champion Frank Kimmel is set to embark on a new chapter of his racing career.
ARCA released its 2018 schedule on Wednesday and it includes a return to Charlotte Motor Speedway during Coca-Cola 600 race weekend.