SPARTA, Kentucky (July 21, 2008) - Brett Hudson faced adversity in the Kentucky ARCA RE/MAX 150 at Kentucky Speedway but the Owensboro, Kentucky native persevered with a 18th place finish Friday night.
Boatwerks Waterfront Restaurant Unites With Sheltra Motorsports For Berlin Raceway
HOLLAND, Michigan (July 21, 2008) - - Officials from Sheltra Motorsports announced today that Holland, Michigan based Boatwerks Waterfront Restaurant will join the Whitesville, Kentucky ARCA RE/MAX Series organization as the primary marketing partner for the No. 60 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS and driver Patrick Sheltra for Saturday's Berlin ARCA 200 at Berlin Raceway.
Stenhouse, Jr., to Race USAC Silver Crown Car for Carl Edwards in Indiana this Week
Concord, N.C. (July 21, 2006) - Roush Fenway Racing up-and-comer Ricky Stenhouse Jr. is coming into his own in the ARCA RE/MAX Series. He's been leading the point standings since May following his first career stock car win at Kentucky but his love for open wheel racing has not faded. This week, prior to the "Berlin ARCA 200" at Berlin Raceway, Stenhouse will stop in Indiana to race Carl Edwards' USAC Silver Crown car. Stenhouse will race the No. 199 Carl Edwards/R.E. Technologies car at the Terre Haute Action track on Wednesday then at O'Reilly Raceway Park (ORP) on Thursday.
Tom Hessert & ABR Solider To Top-12 At Kentucky Speedway
SPARTA, Kentucky (July 21, 2008) - - In his freshman year of competition in the ARCA RE/MAX Series (ARS), Tom Hessert has attracted an image of being "Mr. Consistency." That image prevailed once again in Friday's Kentucky ARCA RE/MAX 150 with Hessert guiding the No. 1 Maaco America's Bodyshop-Boudreaux's Butt Paste to a strong finish under the lights.
Strong Run Shattered For Patrick Sheltra In Kentucky
SPARTA, Kentucky (July 21, 2008) - - Patrick Sheltra in the No. 60 Groupe Beton Brunet-Ferguson Pipe-FloraGanics Dodge Charger looked well on his way to his second top-five finish of the 2008 ARCA RE/MAX Series season but a late incident with a lapped car diminished his hopes and brought his first accident-based DNF (Did Not Finish) of the season in Friday night's Kentucky ARCA RE/MAX 150.
Casola Looks Forward to Return to Berlin with ARCA
HOLMDEL, NJ July 21, 2008 . . . Last year Dominick Casola was on his way to at least a top 10 finish at Berlin Raceway (Marne, Michigan) when another competitor changed his plans. Casola, driving the Andy Belmont owned A.Casola Farms Ford, got caught up in someone else's miscue and that ended his outstanding run toward the front.
Top 10 Finish for KBIII Thwarted by Last Lap Accident
SPARTA, Ky. (July 18, 2008) - Ken Butler, III started under the Friday night lights of Kentucky Speedway in the 12th position. Just as KBIII was coming to the checkered flag with a top 10 finish in sight on the final lap, contact sent the No. 22 Aaron's Lucky Dog Toyota into the wall. Butler finished the Kentucky ARCA 150 in the 28th position.
Lofton Comes Home with a Top 10 Despite Difficult Day
SPARTA, Ky. (July 18, 2008) - Eddie Sharp Racing's Justin Lofton entered the Kentucky ARCA 150 very confident and with momentum following his first win at Michigan International Speedway and his first pole at Cayuga Motor Speedway.
SPARTA KY (7-21-08)--Michael Phelps from Suwanee, GA let it fly on Friday at the Kentucky ARCA RE/MAX 150. The Bowen Family Homes Dodge driver started off with a great practice and had the quickest time out of 47 cars at 30.856 seconds and a top speed of 175.006 mph. Michael also put in a flawless qualifying run that put him on the outside of the front row for the race.
Great Clips Driver Gabi DiCarlo to be Honored in Indy Thursday
DENVER, NC (7-23-08)--Great Clips driver Gabi DiCarlo will be one of a select group of female drivers being honored at the upcoming Women in the Winner's Circle Luncheon on July 24 at the Plaza Village Pavilion inside the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
TOLEDO OH (7-21-08)--Scott Speed, driver of the No. 2 Red Bull Toyota for Eddie Sharp Racing in the ARCA RE/MAX Series, earned his second career victory in the 56-year-old national stock car tour on Friday evening at Kentucky Speedway, crossing the finish line 0.541 seconds ahead of Sean Caisse and Justin Allgaier.