Tanner Gray (17) races ahead of a pack of cars during Friday's ARCA Menards Series race at Phoenix Raceway. (Ivan Veldhuizen Photo)

Two ARCA East Races Rescheduled

The postponed ARCA Menards Series East races originally scheduled for March 14 at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Fla., and for May 16 at Toledo (Ohio) Speedway have been rescheduled.

KBR Development Ceases Racing Operations

KBR Development, which recently began what was supposed to be its second full season in the ARCA Menards Series, is shutting down.

Charlotte ARCA Menards Series Race Postponed

ARCA Menards Series and Charlotte Motor Speedway officials have announced that the event scheduled for May 22 at the 1.5-mile track has been postponed.
Retzlaff Remains Perfect

Retzlaff Remains Perfect On Grand National Tour

Parker Retzlaff remained unbeaten in Grand National Tour competition Wednesday night with a wire-to-wire victory at the virtual Stafford Motor Speedway.
Sam Mayer: Fast Track

Sam Mayer: Fast Track To Success

Sixteen-year-old Sam Mayer has been on the fast track to a top-level racing career since he understood enough about the sport to know any better.
Viral Impact: Mason Diaz

VIRAL IMPACT: Mason Diaz

For 19-year-old Mason Diaz, the life changes he’s had to make as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic have resembled a small step back in time.
Seavey Survives Crash

Seavey Survives Crash-Filled Saturday Night Thunder

Logan Seavey was the last man standing during the eNASCAR Saturday Night Thunder main event at the virtual Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway.
Michael Self Has Phoenix

VIRAL IMPACT: Michael Self

ARCA Menards Series championship leader Michael Self should be preparing for the third race of the season at Indiana’s Salem Speedway.
The No. 3 Ford of Willie Mullins sits beside the modified of Peyton Ferree during a recent test day at Dominion Raceway. (Dinah Mullins Photo)

VIRAL IMPACT: Mullins Racing

Part-time ARCA racer Willie Mullins and his wife, Dinah, are small business owners, and they are among those most concerned about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

ARCA Championship Car Owner Jim Coyle, 89

James Franklin “Jim” Coyle, among the most prolific and winningest team owners in ARCA Racing Series history, passed away at his home in Newark, Ohio, on March 11.

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