It all comes down to this.
The ARCA Menards Series heads to Kansas Speedway this weekend for the final race of the 2021 calendar, where it will crown a new series champion Oct. 23.
According to the entry list, 25 drivers will take to the midwestern banks in the season finale this weekend. All drivers automatically qualify, which means there will be no DNQs for the series finale on the 1.5-mile oval.
Drew Dollar climbs back into the No. 15 Toyota for Venturini Motorsports again in one last attempt to get a win the 2021 season.
Parker Chase makes his fourth ARCA start of 2021 in the No. 25 Toyota for Venturini Motorsports. He looks to earn his second career series top five and first win.
Toni Breidinger climbs into the No. 55 Toyota for the ninth time this season, looking for a third top-10 result.
Kyle Sieg pilots his family-owned No. 28 Chevrolet in a search for his fourth top five in 11 starts in 2021.
Arnout Kok races his fourth career ARCA event this weekend in the No. 10 Toyota. The South African is looking for his second career ARCA top 10 after earning his first at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course earlier this year.
Eric Caudell makes his sixth start of the season in the No. 7 Toyota this Saturday night.
Ron Vandermeir Jr. returns in the No. 11 Ford for his third series entry.
Tony Cosentino climbs into the No. 12 Toyota this weekend for his 10th ARCA start of 2021.
Greg Van Alst is in the No. 35 Ford for his eighth ARCA race of the season, in search of his second top five.
Ryan Huff pilots the No. 36 Ford this weekend for his third series start of 2021.
Dean Thompson climbs into the No. 50 Chevrolet in what will be his second series start.
Scott Melton returns this weekend in the No. 69 Toyota for his seventh entry of 2021.
Andy Jankowiak is in the No. 73 Ford again this weekend for his seventh ARCA event.
Justin Carroll pilots the No. 91 Toyota this weekend for his third start of 2021.
DL Wilson drives the No. 01 Chevrolet this weeken, looking for one more top-10 result after earning his first earlier this year.
Connor Mosack makes his third series start this weekend in the No. 02 Chevrolet.
Wayne Peterson wheels the No. 06 entry this weekend in what will be his 119th ARCA start and third of 2021.
The 100-lap event will be live on MAVTV and available on TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold on Saturday, with racing beginning at 7 p.m. ET.
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