to view past ARCA Racing Series news and rumors.
- 2010 ARCA
[ARCA] has released the ARCA Racing Series schedule for 2010. Twenty
events will comprise
the diverse combination of superspeedways, short tracks, dirt tracks
and road courses in the series' 58th consecutive season of
competition. "We're extremely proud of the depth of quality
of the venues on the 2010 schedule, each of which is very important to
the identity and industry position of the ARCA Racing Series presented
by RE/MAX," said ARCA President Ron Drager. daytonaaction09.jpg"The
number of scheduled events remains stable at a level we've found to be
appropriate, and we're pleased with the geographic coverage represented
by the markets we'll be racing in." (ARCARacing.com)
- Mansfield on
Mansfield Motorsports Park in Mansfield, Ohio, is the latest facility
to confirm an ARCA Racing Series presented by RE/MAX event to its 2010
racing schedule. The second annual Tim Richmond Memorial ARCA 200 is
slated for Saturday evening, July 17, 2010. "Mansfield Motorsports Park
represents a key addition to the 2010 schedule and we look forward to
working with Joe Mattioli, Mike Dzurilla and everyone at Mansfield,"
said Ron Drager, president of ARCA. (ARCARacing.com) (11-14-09)
Carmichael to run 10 ARCA
races in 2010: "On top of the Truck schedule
next year, we will run 10 ARCA races and possibly some Nationwide
Series races which will give me some extra time in these stock cars"
[Ricky Carmichael]. (ARCARacing.com) (11-14-09)
- ARCA Allowing
[ARCA officials] have announced that the 105-inch wheelbase chassis
currently used in the NASCAR Nationwide and NASCAR Camping World East
and West Series has been approved for competition in 2010 in the ARCA
Racing Series presented by RE/MAX. The 105-inch wheelbase
will be approved for ARCA competition at all tracks except the
restrictor plate venues of Daytona Int'l Speedway and Talladega
Superspeedway. (ARCARacing.com) (11-12-09)
- Justin Lofton
racing in NASCAR in
2010: Red Horse Racing officials announced that 2009 ARCA
RE/MAX Series champion Justin Lofton will drive the team's No. 7 Toyota
for the full NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule in 2010.
Lofton's ARCA crew chief, Mark Rette, the 2009 Cometic Crew Chief of
the Year, will be Lofton's crew chief on the Red Horse Racing team.