Featured this week in the Short-Track Top Five is racing veteran Jeff Fultz. A three-time champion in the former NASCAR All Pro Series, Fultz also has an ARCA Racing Series triumph on his resume at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C., in 2003.
Seven-time American-Canadian Tour champion Brian Hoar was honored for his 2010 ACT late-model championship Saturday during the series awards banquet at the Sheraton-Burlington Hotel.
The Pro All Stars Series North and South late-model competitors will battle for the PASS National Championship during a six-race series featuring events from Maine to North Carolina.
Twenty-eight teams will make up the American-Canadian Tour late-model field during the organization’s first trip to Florida’s New Smyrna Speedway Feb. 13-14.
World Products has expanded its relationship with the International Motor Contest Ass’n by becoming the title sponsor of the IMCA-sanctioned Great American Stock Car Series.
The Champion Racing Ass’n has confirmed the inaugural schedule for the Jegs/CRA All-Star Tour for crate late models.
The ASA British Columbia Late Model Tour presented by advancetesting.ca will feature seven events at six asphalt tracks in British Columbia.
Grant Enfinger put the No. 36 Allgaier Motorsports Dodge at the top of the speed charts Thursday during the final day of the ARCA Racing Series test at Daytona Int’l Speedway.
Nineteen-year-old Daniel Hemric snagged the biggest payday of his career by winning the inaugural Legends Million July 17 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. More than...
Benny Gordon, a former USARacing Pro Cup Series champion looking to make his first ARCA Racing Series start during the Lucas Oil Slick Mist 200 Feb. 12, topped the chart in the No. 09 Enfinger Motorsports Ford at 48.414 seconds (185.897 miles per hour), just edging the 48.427-second (185.847 mph) lap from Chad McCumbee in the No. 1 Andy Belmont Racing Ford.
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