It’s rare when a one-two finish can produce celebrations from two different drivers, but Ty Gibbs and Sam Mayer did just that Saturday evening.
It only took eight races for Gracie Trotter to etch her name in the history books.
After a frustrating defeat to Sam Mayer Thursday night, Ty Gibbs made the comment to media members that he’s “built to finish first, not second.”
After Thursday night, it’s pretty safe to say that Sam Mayer has Bristol Motor Speedway figured out.
ARCA Menards Series West point leader Jesse Love will climb aboard a Venturini Motorsports entry for the first time during Saturday’s ARCA Menards Series stop at Winchester (Ind.) Speedway.
Two-time ARCA Menards Series winner Gus Dean will return to the series for two more races this season, starting at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway on Sept. 17.
Sam Mayer had never turned a lap at Toledo Speedway before June.
ARCA has finalized the remainder of its schedule, with 11 events spread out over the ARCA Menards Series, ARCA Menards Series East and ARCA Menards Series West during the next seven weeks.
Track Enterprises has confirmed that racing will take place on the famous Springfield Mile at the Illinois State Fairgrounds this year.
Sam Mayer used a great restart to take the lead and pull away to victory in Saturday's ARCA Menards Series event at Lebanon I-44 Speedway.
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