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The Frontstretch 5: Drivers Who Should Race Full Time in ARCA

The ARCA Menards Series ends its season this Friday night (Oct. 16) at Kansas Speedway with the Speediatrics 150, concluding the series’ first season under NASCAR ownership. Only four drivers competed in every race this year: Hailie Deegan, Drew Dollar, Bret Holmes and Michael Self. As this ARCA season ends, drivers …

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ARCA Preview: 2020 Bush’s Beans at Bristol, 2020 Toyota 200 at Winchester

In three days, the ARCA Menards Series will race at two different short tracks. On Thursday (Sept. 17), ARCA and the ARCA Menards Series East will compete in a combination race at Bristol Motor Speedway. The Bush’s Beans 200 also will be the penultimate race of the ARCA Menards Series …

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Gus Dean Driving Daytona Truck Race in Hill, Win-Tron Partnership

Following a full-time run in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series in 2019, Gus Dean will return to the series at Daytona International Speedway. Dean will drive the No. 56 at Daytona in a partnership between Hill Motorsports and Win-Tron Racing, he announced Tuesday, Feb. 4. His truck …

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2019 Truck Series Review, Pt. 2: Non-Playoff Drivers

In part one of our Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series review, we highlighted the eight drivers that qualified for the postseason. In part two, we’ll touch on the full-time drivers who missed the playoffs. 16. Jordan Anderson In his second full-time Truck Series campaign in as many years, Anderson …

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Brandon Lynn Scores ARCA Talladega Pole

After sweeping the top three spots on the speed charts in this morning’s General Tire 200 practice, Venturini Motorsports driver Brandon Lynn delivered the pole for Friday afternoon’s ARCA race in group qualifying at Talladega Superspeedway. Lynn, who went out in the second of five groups to qualify, benefited from …

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Tyler Ankrum, Todd Gilliland Fastest in Friday Truck Practices

The lack of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series action on Friday (March 22) at Martinsville Speedway did not mean it was a quiet day at the Virginia short track, as it hosted three separate practice sessions for the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series. Tyler Ankrum was the surprise of the …

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