STATESVILLE, N.C. – 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.
Dean will also compete at Memphis (Tenn.) Int’l Raceway on Sept. 26.
Dean will continue to drive for Kevin Cywinski’s Win-Tron Racing aboard the No. 32 Chevrolet SS, with industry veteran Jamie Jones leading the team as crew chief.
Bristol will mark Dean’s return to ARCA for the first time since competing at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway in June.
“I’m looking forward to getting back to the race track,” said Dean who has spent the summer also competing in his super late model. Short track racing is what its all about and it doesn’t get any better than Bristol.
“I’ve never been there in an ARCA car – but I do have experience there last year in a Truck. Having a limited amount of practice on our hands, I’m hopeful that the extra track time will help and we can get a good finish for Kevin, Jamie and everyone on this Win-Tron Racing team.”
Dean’s No. 32 Chevrolet will be backed by MASHONIT Apparel Co.
Following Bristol, Dean and the team will trek to Memphis, where the Bluffton, S.C.. native is a previous track winner in 2014 while competing in the X-1R Pro Cup Series.
Jones is also a former winner at Memphis in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series, reaching victory lane in 2005 with driver Brandon Whitt.
Together, Dean and Jones hope to rekindle their separate magic and lead Win-Tron Racing back to victory lane.
“I’m stoked about going to Memphis, obviously,” added Dean. “It’s a fun race track and it brings a lot of memories from 2014 – where I beat some of the best of the best in Late Model competition.
“I know Jamie (Jones) is hungry to win there again and I hope we can go out for these next two ARCA Menards Series races and have a good showing and bring home some checkered flags.”
Veteran spotter and close friend Tyler Monn will spot for Dean at Bristol. Monn guided Dean to his second career ARCA victory at Elko Speedway in July of 2018.
The 26-year-old Dean will also return to the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series this season, with details announced at a later date.
Since 2016, Dean has 53 ARCA Menards Series starts, with two poles, two wins, 14 top-five and 30 top-10 finishes driving for Mason Mitchell Motorsports and Win-Tron Racing.