Chandler Smith (20) races ahead of Michael Self Sunday at Toledo Speedway. (Frank Smith Photo)

Smith Claims Rain Shortened Toledo ARCA Event

Chandler Smith won the rain shortened ARCA Menards Series Sioux Chief PowerPEX 200 presented by Federated Car Care Sunday at Toledo Speedway, leading 140 of the race’s 152 laps.

Self Storms To General Tire Pole At Toledo

Michael Self stormed to the pole for Sunday’s ARCA Menards Series Sioux Chief PowerPEX200 presented by Federated Car Care at Toledo Speedway during qualifying on Saturday.
Travis Braden has used consistency to move to the top of the ARCA Menards Series standings. (Adam Fenwick Photo)

Consistency Has Braden Atop ARCA Points

Travis Braden isn’t the man many would have picked to be leading the ARCA Menards Series standings after five races.

Heim Hoping To Make His Mark With Toledo Win

Nicknamed the Glass City, Toledo, Ohio is the glass capital of the world due to the production of a wide range of glass products in and around the area.
Cole Glasson will skip the Charlotte Motor Speedway ARCA Menards Series race and will instead compete at Pocono Raceway on May 31. (Adam Fenwick Photo)

Glasson Skipping Charlotte, Targets Pocono

There has been a change of plans for Cole Glasson and Win-Tron Racing.

Deegan Hoping To Rewrite ARCA History Books

Sixteen drivers have earned their first ARCA Menards Series victory at the series’ home track, Toledo Speedway.

As ARCA Field Evolves, Hocevar Hopes To Shine

The sport of automobile racing has evolved greatly since the 1950s, moving from dusty fairgrounds tracks carved out of unused farm land to glitzy stadiums that encircle ribbons of pavement as smooth as a billiard table.

Michael Self Has Perspective

ARCA Menards Series regular Michael Self, the driver of the No. 25 Toyota for Venturini Motorsports, has been around racing for a long time.

Michael Self Preparing For First Toledo Experience

It’s not very often that a championship contender in a racing series will visit a track that’s been on the schedule for years for the very first time.

Ty Gibbs Still Seeking First ARCA Victory

In 1981, 40-year-old Joe Gibbs started his professional football head coaching career with five straight losses, enduring a tough start before his Washington Redskins team recovered to win eight of their final 11 games.

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