James Hylton & Son Killed In Traffic Accident

Longtime stock car racing driver and owner James Harvey Hylton, the 1966 NASCAR Cup Series rookie of the year, has died at the age of 83.

Busch Disqualified, Johnson Inherits Victory

Casey Johnson was declared the winner of Tuesday night’s Forest County Potawatomi Dixieland 250 at Wisconsin Int’l Raceway for the ARCA Midwest Tour
Bobby Gerhart won't be in the ARCA Menards Series field when the season opens at Daytona Int'l Speedway in February. (Jacob Seelman Photo)

Gerhart Suffers Heart Attack, Not Racing At Daytona

Bobby Gerhart won't be in the field when the ARCA Menards Series begins the season at Daytona Int'l Speedway on Feb. 8.
Riley Herbst

JGR Launches ARCA Program For Riley Herbst

Joe Gibbs Racing will expand into the ARCA Racing Series next year with a full-time entry for Las Vegas native Riley Herbst.
Moffitt Daytona

Petty’s Grandson Just Misses Pole In Daytona Debut

Thad Moffitt was within a whisker of earning the General Tire Pole Award in his first-ever appearance at Daytona Int’l Speedway on Friday afternoon.

Racing Returning To The Milwaukee Mile

Racing is returning to the legendary Milwaukee Mile for the first time since 2015.

Gay Overcomes Thyroid Cancer To Make ARCA Debut

Even before the green flag waves for this weekend's General Tire Music City 200 at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville, Lexi Gay is already a winner.

Eckes Earns Venturini’s Third-Straight Daytona Pole

Making his first start at Daytona Int’l Speedway, Christian Eckes earned the pole for Saturday’s ARCA Racing Series opener during qualifying on Friday afternoon.
Double Duty Bringing Schrader

Double Duty Bringing Schrader Back To DuQuoin

The driver with the most feature wins on the DuQuoin State Fairgrounds Magic Mile is returning this weekend, doing double duty at the one-mile dirt oval.
Hailie Deegan has signed a Ford developmental contract and will drive for DGR-Crosley to compete in the ARCA Menards Series next season. (Adam Fenwick Photo)

Deegan Lands With Ford & DGR-Crosley

Ford secured one of the biggest signings of the NASCAR offseason on Tuesday when the manufacturer announced the addition of 18-year-old Hailie Deegan as a developmental driver.

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