Series notebook 2008-11-03

Keselowski Posts Top-20 Finish in Cup Debut Brad Keselowski, son of 1989 ARCA RE/MAX Series champion Bob Keselowski and a former competitor in ARCA-sanctioned Late Model competition at Toledo Speedway, finished 19th in the No. 25 GoDaddy.com ...

Keselowski Posts Top-20 Finish in Cup Debut

Brad Keselowski, son of 1989 ARCA RE/MAX Series champion Bob Keselowski and a former competitor in ARCA-sanctioned Late Model competition at Toledo Speedway, finished 19th in the No. 25 GoDaddy.com Chevrolet after starting 37th in Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway. He's not the only ARCA-affiliated driver who competed at Texas over the weekend;

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Texas
David Ragan started 18th and finished 11th
Brad Keselowski started 37th and finished 19th
Ken Schrader started 32nd and finished 30th
Scott Speed started 33rd and finished 33rd
Joey Logano started 43rd and finished 40th

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series at Texas
Colin Braun started ninth and finished fifth
Brian Scott started 25th and finished ninth
Scott Speed started 18th and finished tenth
Chad McCumbee started 16th and finished 23rd

NASCAR Nationwide Series at Texas
Joey Logano started eighth and finished fourth
David Ragan started 12th and finished fifth
Brad Keselowski started 14th and finished seventh
Justin Allgaier started 13th and finished 21st
Scott Lagasse, Jr. started 31st and finished 25th
Marc Davis started 27th and finished 30th

In 2009 ARCA RE/MAX Series, All Roads Lead to Rockingham

Several ARCA RE/MAX Series drivers competed at Rockingham Speedway in the USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series this weekend, including race winner Clay Rogers and Tom Hessert, III, who finished third in an Andy Belmont-prepared Chevrolet. James Buescher finished sixth, Bryan Silas finished 20th, Matt Merrell finished 23rd and Matt Hawkins finished 32nd.

The ARCA RE/MAX Series will make two appearances to Rockingham in 2009, beginning with a Spring race at the historic, one-mile oval on April 19th and concluding with ARCA Championship Weekend on October 11th.

Countdown to Daytona

The ARCA RE/MAX Series will test at Daytona Int'l Speedway in preparation for the 2009 ARCA 200 at Daytona from December 19th-21st. This year's test will consist of both drafting and single car runs and is designed to help race teams and drivers prepare for the 46th annual ARCA 200 at Daytona, which kicks off the 2009 ARCA RE/MAX Series. The ARCA RE/MAX Series has competed at Daytona since 1964 and the 2009 edition of the race rolls off live on SPEED on Saturday, February 7th as a preamble to the same-day NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Budweiser Shootout. Tickets are available.

ARCA RE/MAX Series Championship Awards Banquet December 6th

The 2008 ARCA RE/MAX Series Championship Awards Banquet is on Saturday evening, December 6th at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington, Kentucky. Honorees include 2008 ARCA RE/MAX Series Champion Justin Allgaier, car owner Mike Allgaier and the top-20 point finishers. The event is open to the public and tickets are available by contacting Shalene Williams at the ARCA Home Office (734) 847-6726.

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Series ARCA
Drivers Ken Schrader , Colin Braun , Scott Speed , Scott Lagasse Jr. , Tom Hessert , Brad Keselowski , David Ragan , Justin Allgaier , Chad McCumbee , Bryan Silas , Joey Logano , Brian Scott , James Buescher , Marc Davis , Matt Merrell
Teams Williams