Three races in eight days preview

TOLEDO OH (8-25-03) The ARCA RE/MAX Series, often recognized as the most versatile stock car tour in America, will hold true to form when the series, in its 51st season, will set off on a three-race, late-season charge all within a space of eight...

TOLEDO OH (8-25-03) The ARCA RE/MAX Series, often recognized as the most versatile stock car tour in America, will hold true to form when the series, in its 51st season, will set off on a three-race, late-season charge all within a space of eight days. Exemplary of the series' diverse nature, this particular stretch will include a legendary paved short-track, a "Magic Mile" that's dirt and a modern-day superspeedway palace.

Winchester Speedway in Winchester, Indiana will kick it off with the Winchester ARCA 200 Saturday night, August 30 under the lights with a start-time of 8 pm eastern live on SPEED Channel.

From there, less than two days later, the series is scheduled for a 1 pm eastern start on Monday afternoon, September 1 at the DuQuoin State Fairgrounds on the historic mile-dirt in DuQuoin, Illinois. Defending race winner Frank Kimmel will be shooting for his seventh consecutive win on dirt between DuQuoin and Springfield and third straight at DuQuoin. Winston Cup veteran Ken Schrader has already field an entry for the event. Although he is not entered, 2002 Winston Cup champion Tony Stewart is a possibilty having finished second to Kimmel at DuQuoin for the last two years running. The event will air on The Outdoor Channel at 10 pm eastern on September 10.

The three-race trick will wrap up on the 1.5-mile superspeedway in Joliet, Illinois at Chicagoland Speedway with the ReadyHosting.com 200 Saturday, September 6. However, practice and Old Milwaukee Pole Qualifying is scheduled for Thursday morning and afternoon.

-www.arcaracing.com.

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Series ARCA
Drivers Tony Stewart , Ken Schrader , Frank Kimmel