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September 2015

  • Austin Cindric returns at Kentucky with Cunningham: Austin Cindric will make his second ARCA Racing Series start this weekend when he will compete for Cunningham Motorsports at Kentucky Speedway. The 17-year-old Cindric will race the No. 99 AutoZone Ford. Earlier this season, Cindric had a strong ARCA Racing Series debut when he led 29 laps and finished fourth for the team at Iowa Speedway. “It was a great experience working with Cunningham Motorsports at Iowa. I didn't really know what to expect in my first stock car race. I certainly learned a lot, ” said Cindric, who will also drive the AutoZone Ford in Tuesday’s ARCA open test at Kentucky Speedway. “I’m looking forward to my first one-and-a-half-mile race, and hopefully, we can gain more experience and produce even better results for the team.” (In part from Cunningham Motorsports PR) (09-23-15)
  • Ryan Reed returns to Lira for Kentucky and Kansas: NASCAR XFINITY Series regular Ryan Reed will pilot the No. 38 Lira Motorsports Ford in the upcoming ARCA Racing Series events at Kentucky and Kansas. Reed, who captured the team’s first win earlier this year at Chicagoland, will also participate in the ARCA Racing Series test session at Kentucky Speedway on Tuesday. “I’m thrilled to be back behind the wheel of the No. 38 machine for Lira Motorsports for two more races,” said Reed. “I know Carlos (Lira) and (crew chief) Teddy Brown will give me an awesome car to drive and hopefully we can bring home another victory for the team.” Reed returns to the series this weekend at Kentucky and on October 16th at Kansas Speedway, behind the wheel of Lira’s No. 38 Ford, with primary sponsorship from Lilly Diabetes. (In part from Lira Motorsports PR) (09-23-15)
  • Cunningham to field third car for Chase Briscoe at Salem: Chase Briscoe will make his second ARCA Series start with Cunningham Motorsports at Salem Speedway. In July, Briscoe made his ARCA Series debut at Lucas Oil Raceway in the No. 72 Cunningham Motorsports Dodge, starting fifth and finishing tenth. Briscoe will be guided around the Salem high banks by crew chief Mark Rette, who won the 2009 ARCA Racing Series championship with Justin Lofton. As he looks forward to his second start, an excited Briscoe said, “A huge thank you goes out to Briggs (Cunningham), Kerry (Scherer) and everyone at the shop. They sacrifice so much for me and they are all such good people to work with. It will be really special to have such a local presence at Salem. Hopefully, we can go out and get a great finish!” (In part from Cunningham Motorsports PR) (09-10-15)