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TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome to ARCA and Officials & Staff...........................................1 Letter from ARCA President... ..........................................................2 FORTS USA 150.............................................................................4 Entry List.........................................................................................5 2019 Driver Points Standings...........................................................6 2019 Owner Points Standings.. ........................................................7 2019 Special Points Standings.......................................................8 General Tire Speedway Challenge................................................10 2019 Preview..................................................................................11 2019 ARCA Menards Series Schedule...........................................13 ARCA on FOX Sports and MAVTV................................................14 2019 Tracks...................................................................................16 2018 ARCA Menards Series Race Winners...................................18 2018 ARCA Menards Series Year in Review.................................19 2018 ARCA Menards Series Champion.........................................21 ARCA Menards Series Bounty Rookie Challenge..........................22 Point System / Race Flags............................................................25 The Car......................................................................................... 27 The Engine....................................................................................28 The Crew.......................................................................................29 Inside the Cockpit...........................................................................31 ARCA Facts...................................................................................32 Thank You to All 2019 Sponsors....................................................33

THE AUTOMOBILE RACING CLUB OF AMERICA TheAutomobile Racing Club ofAmerica will kick off its 67th season in 2019 as it always has, dedicated to giving its fans, competitors and sponsors the same high level of competition they’ve experienced from the organization’s founding in 1953 through the present. The Midwestern-based stock car sanctioning body was founded by John and Mildred Marcum, and today is led by their grandson, Ron Drager. The Marcums founded ARCA after encouragement from their friends William H.G. France and his wife Anne B. France, founders of NASCAR. That relationship predates the founding of both NASCAR and ARCA, and it has carried over three generations to culminate with NASCAR’s acquisition of ARCA in 2018. The history and tradition is a huge part of what ARCA is, and it’s going to stay that way. There have been some changes, including a long-term agreement with Menards as title sponsor of the ARCA Menards Series, but the action you see from the grandstands at an ARCA Menards Series race will be the same door-to-door fender-banging action you’ve come to expect from America’s most diverse stock car tour. &OFFICERS ADMINISTRATION JOHN MARCUM���������������������������������������������������������������������������������Founder (1913-1981) MILDRED MARCUM��������������������������������������������������������������������Co-Founder (1914-2012) RON DRAGER����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� President & CEO SUZIE DRAGER��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Board of Directors ROLLO JUCKETTE���������������������������������������������������������������������������������Board of Directors MARK GUNDRUM�������������������������������������� VP - Business Development & Corporate Partnerships GRAYLING CALL.. ..........................................Senior Director of Competition & Operations JOE WELLS������������������������������������������������� Director Race Operations and Administration BOBBY THOMSEN���������������������������������������������������������Director Race Technical Services SHALENE WILLIAMS���������������������������������������������������������Manager Finance & Accounting ARLENE MIAZGA....................................................Manager Member & Employee Service CHARLIE KRALL��������������������������������������������������������������������� Manager of Communication ANDREA VOLPP�����������������������������������������������Manager Digital, Website, Graphic Design CASEY WAGNER��������������������������������������� Senior Manager Marketing & Public Relations RYAN MUSIALOWSKI.............................Manager Marketing & Communications Services HAROLD COOK............................ ................................................................Commissioner ROLLIE HELMLING��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Commissioner JEFF NUCKLES............................ ................................................................Commissioner KEITH McCALL���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Commissioner DENNY McNUTT�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Commissioner JOHN MORTON��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Commissioner TERRY OLIGER��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Commissioner JOHN NAIDA........................ .........................................................................Commissioner 1

WELCOME Welcome to the 2019 ARCA Menards Series! We know there have never been more ways to spend your hard-earned money on enter- tainment. And there are more options than ever before on how to spend your time, includ- ing a device you take with you everywhere you go that has seemingly unlimited options to pass your time. So it means a lot to us that you’ve chosen to spend your time with us, and as we have for the last 66 years, we at ARCA are going to do everything we can to ensure you have a great day at the races. ARCA has been sanctioning stock car races since 1953, and 67 years later we have never been busier. We will sanction 20 races in the ARCA Menards Series, and dozens more in the ARCA/CRA Super Series, ARCA Midwest Tour, and at our two weekly race tracks Toledo Speedway and Flat Rock Speedway. All told, we’ll administer over 100 events in 2019 in 13 different states. The ARCA Menards Series is the most diverse stock car tour in America, with 20 races at 18 different tracks. This year, we’ll pay visit to superspeedways like the 2.66-mile Talladega Superspeedway, short tracks such as the 0.375-mile Elko Speedway, and for good mea- sure we throw in two races on one-mile dirt tracks at Springfield and DuQuoin. One of the great things about coming to an ARCA race is access. You will have a chance to get up close to the drivers and cars as virtually every event on the schedule has an autograph session that is attended by the overwhelming majority of the drivers. In many cases, that autograph session is down on the track, next to the racecars, just before the drivers strap in and go to battle. If for some reason you can’t make it to the track, we still have you covered. Every one of our 20 ARCA Menards Series races is broadcast live by our television partners, FS1, FS2, and MAVTV. If you aren’t next to your television, you can follow along on your phone – you know, that little device you carry with you everywhere you go – by visiting ARCARacing. com for free live timing & scoring from every event on our schedule. Over the last 66 years, 334 different drivers have added their name to the ARCA record book as winners of an ARCA Menards Series race. Our history includes some of the big- gest names in the history of motorsports and some names that were made right here, on the Midwestern short tracks, on the dirt miles, and on the wide-open superspeedways we run in conjunction with NASCAR. Names like Kimmel, Katona, Bowsher, and Steele are joined by Allgaier, Allison, Busch, Logano, Newman, Petty, Schrader, Stewart, and Waltrip as ARCA winners. We can’t wait to see who adds their name to the record books this year! On behalf of all of us at ARCA, thank you for choosing to be here today. We hope you have a great time watching a great race, and we look forward to having you back with us again very soon. Ron Drager President and CEO - ARCA 2


FORTS USA 150 POCONO RACEWAY 2019 EVENT WHEN: Friday, July 26 TIME: 4:00 p.m. EST TV: TIMING & SCORING: DEFENDING WINNER: TY MAJESKI • DEFENDING POLESITTER: HARRISON BURTON TRACK NOTES First ARCA race: 1983 Total ARCA races run: 68 Qualifying record: Brennan Poole (2012) 51.857 seconds/173.554 mph Races won from the pole: 19 (Last: Trevor Bayne, 2015) RACE FACTS Race: FORTS USA 150 When: 4:00 p.m., Friday, July 26, 2019 TV: Live Broadcast, FS1 Distance: 60 Laps (150 Miles) Series: Race No. 15 on the 2019 ARCA Menards Series season TRACK FACTS LAST 10 ARCA MENARDS SERIES RACES AT POCONO Website DATE WINNER TIME/AVG SPEED POLE WINNER SPEED 8/1/2014 Justin Allison 1:01:31/121.918 6/5/2015 Trevor Bayne 1:35:57/125.065 Mason Mitchell 53.284 (168.906 mph) 8/1/2015 Cole Custer 1:00:43/123.525 Address 6/3/2016 Grant Enfinger 1:32:22/129.917 Trevor Bayne 52.842 (170.319 mph) 7/29/2016 Chase Briscoe 1:17:31/116.104 1234 Long Pond Rd. 6/9/2017 Riley Herbst 1:19:55/130.136 Frank Kimmel 53.423 (168.467 mph) Long Pond, PA 18334 7/28/2017 Justin Haley 1:06:59/134.362 6/1/2018 Harrison Burton 1:51:05/108.611 None ----------------------------- Configuration 7/28/2018 Zane Smith 0:43:58/112.585 5/31/2019 Ty Majeski 1:17:51/154.143 Kyle Weatherman 53.427 (168.454 mph) 2.5-mile paved triangle Turn 1: 14 degrees None ----------------------------- Turn 2: 8 degrees Turn 3: 6 degrees Kaz Grala 52.787 (170.497 mph) Noah Gragson 52.784 (170.506 mph) Gus Dean 52.850 (170.293 mph) Harrison Burton 52.820 (170.390 mph) 4

ENTRY LIST 2019 ARCA Menards Series Event #15 Pocono Raceway, Long Pond, Pennsylvania 7-26-19 O fficial Entry List, FORTS USA 150 CAR NO. DRIVER/RESIDENCE TEAM & CAR TEAM OWNER 0 Don Thompson/Carlisle PA Chevrolet Wayne Peterson 1 Ed Pompa/Ballston Spa PA Clemson Tigers Chevrolet Michelle Hillenburg 3 Willie Mullins/Fredericksburg VA Bugsy’s Repair Ford Wayne Hixson 5 Bobby Gerhart/Lebanon PA Lucas Oil Chevrolet Bill Gerhart 10 Tommy Vigh Jr./Parsippany NY Extreme Kleaner-Thomas Coffee Ford Andy Hillenburg 11 Dick Doheny/Ballston Spa PA Doheny Racing Ford Andy Hillenburg 15 Christian Eckes/Middletown NY JBL Audio Toyota Bill Venturini 18 Todd Gilliland/Huntersville NC Monster-Terrible Herbst-Orca-Advance Auto Toyota Coy Gibbs 20 Chandler Smith/Talking Rock GA Craftsman Tools Toyota Billy Venturini 22 Corey Heim/Marietta GA Speedway Children’s Charities Ford Chad Bryant 23 Bret Holmes/Munford AL Holmes II Excavation Chevrolet Stacy Holmes 25 Michael Self/Salt Lake City UT Sinclair Lubricants Toyota Cathy Venturini 27 Travis Braden/Wheeling WV MatrixCare-Consonus Healthcare-Liberty Vlg Ford Don Fike 28 Raphael Lessard/St. Joseph Quebec Chevrolet Mike Bursley 32 Austin Wayne Self/Austin TX WinTron Racing Chevrolet Kevin Cywinski 43 Sean Corr/Goshen NY Nesco Chevrolet John Corr 46 Thad Moffitt/Trinity NC Transportation Impact Chevrolet John Corr 48 Brad Smith/Shelby Township MI Websites Chevrolet Brad Smith 61 J.J. Pack/Haymarket VA Iceboxx Customs Toyota J.J. Pack 69 Mike Basham/Sellersburg IN Kimmel Racing Ford Bill Kimmel 77 Joe Graf Jr./Mahwah NJ Eat Sleep Race Ford Chad Bryant 06 Tim Richmond/Ottawa IL Toyota Wayne Peterson 5

DRIVER POINTS STANDINGS Pos Name Points Starts Wins Top 5 Top 10 1 Self, Michael 3260 14 3 10 10 2 Holmes, Bret 3170 14 0 5 12 3 Eckes, Christian 3155 13 1 7 11 4 Braden, Travis 3140 14 0 2 11 5 Graf Jr, Joe 3005 14 0 1 8 6 Vigh Jr., Tommy 2610 14 0 0 1 7 Smith, Brad 2125 13 0 0 0 8 Smith, Chandler 1795 8 4 7 7 9 Richmond, Tim 1745 11 0 0 0 10 Gibbs, Ty 1730 8 1 6 8 11 Doheny, Dick 1660 10 0 0 0 12 Hocevar, Carson 1595 8 0 4 7 13 Heim, Corey 1565 8 0 4 7 14 Gray, Tanner 1235 7 0 1 4 15 Mayer, Sam 1230 6 0 5 5 16 Majeski, Ty 1160 5 3 5 5 17 Herbst, Riley 1135 6 0 2 4 18 Burton, Harrison 1070 5 1 3 5 19 Melton, Scott 1055 7 0 0 2 20 Caudell, Eric 1050 7 0 0 0 21 Moffitt, Thad 935 6 0 0 4 22 Basham, Mike 850 6 0 0 0 23 Deegan, Hailie 695 4 0 0 2 24 Honeycutt, Kaden 560 3 0 0 2 25 Seuss, Andy 550 3 0 0 2 26 McReynolds, Brandon 530 4 0 0 0 27 Dean, Gus 525 3 0 1 2 28 Nicolopoulos, Con 500 4 0 0 0 29 McLaughlin, CJ 490 3 0 0 1 Baird, Morgen 490 3 0 0 0 31 Gerhart, Bobby 480 3 0 0 0 32 Clubb, Alex 455 3 0 0 0 33 Clifton, Rick 445 3 0 0 0 34 Miles, Jason 415 3 0 0 0 35 Lessard, Raphael 410 2 0 1 2 36 Okrzesik, Connor 375 2 0 0 2 37 Corr, Sean 370 2 0 1 1 38 Gilliland, Todd 360 2 1 2 2 Harlien, Gavin 360 2 0 0 1 40 Rohrbaugh, Codie 345 2 0 0 1 41 Dauzat, Bryan 335 2 0 0 0 42 Hall, Connor 325 2 0 0 0 43 Decker, Natalie 315 2 0 0 1 44 Quinlan, Grant 300 2 0 1 2 Shearer, Dale 300 2 0 0 0 46 Pompa, Ed 295 2 0 0 0 47 Lynn, Brandon 220 1 0 1 1 Creed, Sheldon 220 1 0 1 1 49 Mullins, Willie 200 2 0 0 0 Dollar, Drew 200 1 0 0 1 6

OWNER POINTS STANDINGS Pos Name Points Starts Wins Top 5 Top 10 1 20 Venturini, Billy 3585 14 5 11 13 2 22 Bryant, Chad 3400 14 3 9 12 3 18 Gibbs, Coy 3365 14 1 8 12 4 15 Venturini, Bill 3320 14 1 7 12 5 25 Venturini, Cathy 3260 14 3 10 10 6 23 Holmes, Stacy 3170 14 0 5 12 7 27 Fike, Don 3140 14 0 2 11 8 77 Bryant, Chad 3005 14 0 1 8 9 28 Bursley, Mike 2965 14 0 5 8 10 10 Hillenburg, Andy 2610 14 0 0 1 11 06 Peterson, Wayne 2605 14 0 0 0 12 11 Hillenburg, Andy 2595 14 0 0 0 13 69 Kimmel, Bill 2550 14 0 0 2 14 101 Hillenburg, Michelle 2500 14 0 0 0 15 48 Smith, Brad 2125 13 0 0 0 16 54 Gilliland, David 1550 9 0 1 5 17 21 Gallagher, Maurey 1450 7 0 6 6 18 32 Cywinski, Kevin 1260 7 0 1 6 19 55 Venturini, Billy 1210 7 0 0 3 20 107 Eric Caudell 1050 7 0 0 0 21 46 Corr, John 935 6 0 0 4 22 4 LeMastus, Bo 560 3 1 2 3 38 Honeycutt, Kaden 560 3 0 0 2 24 02 Our, Chris 550 3 0 0 2 25 7 Rohrbaugh, Codie 495 3 0 0 1 26 09 Our, Chris 490 3 0 0 1 27 5 Gerhart, Bill 480 3 0 0 0 28 0 Peterson, Wayne 390 3 0 0 0 29 14 Okrzesik, Connor 375 2 0 0 2 30 43 Corr, John 370 2 0 1 2 31 57 Dauzat, Bryan 335 2 0 0 0 32 03 Clubb, Alex 325 2 0 0 0 33 30 Rette, Mark 300 2 0 1 2 34 35 Brown, Jennifer 210 2 0 0 0 35 3 Hixson, Wayne 200 2 0 0 0 19 Bursley, Mike 200 1 0 0 0 37 44 Cheek, Mike 195 2 0 0 0 38 52 Schrader, Ken 170 1 0 0 0 39 34 Basham, Darrell 165 1 0 0 0 40 29 Lane, Steven 145 1 0 0 0 41 9 Praytor, Thomas 130 1 0 0 0 63 Wixon, Paris 130 1 0 0 0 43 61 Pack, J.J. 90 1 0 0 0 44 36 Brown, Jennifer 80 1 0 0 0 7

SPECIAL POINTS STANDINGS 2019 ARC A Menards Series Sp ecial Awa rds after Io wa Speed way - Race #14 Bounty Rookie Challenge Valvoline Lap Leader GT Superspeedway Challenge Driver Pts. Car # Driver Pts. Car # Owner Pts. Christian Eckes 380 20 Chandler Smith 658 22 Chad Bryant 2375 Tommy Vigh Jr 342 25 Michael Self 433 20 Billy Venturini 2280 Tim Richmond 256 15 Christian Eckes 236 18 Coy Gibbs 2115 Carson Hocevar 220 22 Ty Majeski 112 27 Don Fike 2100 Corey Heim 216 19 Raphael Lessard 83 15 Bill Venturini 2050 Cometic CC of the Year R.E. Lightning Challenge S&S Volvo Laps Completed Crew Chief Pts. Car # Owner Pts. Car # Driver Pts. Billy Venturini 96 22 Chad Bryant 2870 23 Bret Holmes 1916 Paul Andrews 132 23 Stacy Holmes 2665 27 Travis Braden 1834 Shannon Rursch 145 27 Don Fike 2630 77 Joe Graf Jr. 1778 Mark McFarland 146 77 Chad Bryant 2495 22 Corey Heim 1355 Kevin Reed 148 28 Mike Bursley 2455 10 Tommy Vigh Jr. 1238 Sioux Chief Short Track Challenge Manufacturer Title Pts. CGS Imaging Four Crown Car # Driver Pts. Toyota 115 Car # Driver Pts 20 Chandler Smith 1575 Ford 79 22 Ty Majeski 430 18 Ty Gibbs 1475 Chevrolet 72 27 Travis Braden 395 25 Michael Self 1455 Dodge 18 18 Riley Herbst 390 28 Carson Hocevar 1380 25 Michael Self 390 23 Br et Holmes 1360 77 Joe Graf Jr 390 General Tire Pole Award Richmond Water Heaters Halfway Leader Christian Eckes (2), Chandler Smith (4), Gus Dean, Michael Self (4), Sean Corr, Carson Hocevar, Brandon Lynn, Christian Eckes, Chandler Smith (4), Michael Self (5), Harrison Burton Riley Herbst, Travis Braden, Ty Majeski Iowa Speedway Race Awards General Tire Pole Award: Chandler Smith Bounty Rookie Challenge: Chandler Smith Richmond Water Heaters Halfway Leader: Chandler Smith Valvoline Lap Leader: Chandler Smith Cometic Crew Chief: Billy Venturini 8

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The FORTS USA 150 is the eighth round of the General Tire Superspeedway Challenge, comprised of nine races held on paved ovals greater than a mile in length. - A superspeedway championship for the car owners within the overall championship of the ARCA Menards Series - Race points only. Double points are awarded at events sponsored by General Tire – Daytona, Talladega, Charlotte and Pocono - Champion crowned at Kansas Speedway on Friday, October 18, 2019; recognized at annual championship awards banquet Ty Majeski is now three for his last four on the superspeedways after he put together a dominating victory in the Bounty 150 at Chicagoland. Majeski had previously prevailed with late-race heroics at Charlotte and Po- cono in May and nearly won at Michigan while trying to stretch his fuel mileage, finishing second. There was never much doubt about this one, though – Majeski led 72 laps and won by 9.179 seconds over runner-up Harrison Burton. Majeski qualified second and didn’t take the lead until lap 15 due to a rash of early caution periods, but once the laps began to click off under green it was clear that nobody would be able to touch Majeski the rest of the night. The Chad Bryant-owned No. 22 Ford remains on top of the yearlong General Tire Superspeedway Challenge points standings thanks to Majeski’s victory. Bryant’s lead is now 95 points over the Billy Venturini-owned No. 20 Toyota. The battle for the Superspeedway Challenge crown will come down to those two teams as every team from third on back in the standings has been essentially eliminated from contention. Coy Gibbs’ No. 18 Toyota is the closest competition in third place, but the No. 18 team is 260 points out of first place. Don Fike’s No. 27 Ford, driven by Travis Braden, is in fourth place and Bill Venturini’s No. 15 Toyota, driven by Christian Eckes, holds fifth place in the standings. The next superspeedway event on the schedule is the FORTS USA 150 at Pocono Raceway, the penultimate race in the General Tire Superspeedway Challenge. The finale at Kansas in October, still three months away, will conclude the 2019 ARCA Menards Series season as well as the General Tire Superspeedway Challenge. Barring a dramatic turn of events on the back half of the superspeedway schedule, the battle for the GT Superspeedway Challenge crown will be continue to be contested between Chad Bryant’s No. 22 Ford and Billy Venturini’s No. 20 Toyota. This is the second race at Pocono this season; Ty Majeski won the first race on May 31. A pair of short track specialists will duke it out at 2.5-mile triangle for Chad Bryant and Billy Venturini’s teams. Corey Heim will run the No. 22 Ford while four-time 2019 winner Chandler Smith will drive the No. 20 Toyota. Heim and Smith both made their superspeedway debuts at Gateway in June, though that track is exactly half the length of Pocono at 1.25 miles in length. Heim finished fourth while Smith was plagued by a broken axle, finishing 59 laps down in 16th place. Ty Majeski and Harrison Burton, the 1-2 finishers from Chicagoland, will return at Kansas to settle the General Tire Superspeedway Challenge championship. The General Tire Superspeedway Challenge – a championship within a championship The General Tire Superspeedway Challenge is a special series within the greater ARCA Menards Series overall championship. The General Tire Superspeedway Challenge is comprised of races on the ARCA schedule at paved ovals greater than 1 mile in length. The nine-race battle began at Daytona in February and will conclude at Kansas in October. Only race points count towards the championship, with double points awarded at any events sponsored by General Tire. A separate point fund shared among the top 10 car owners is distributed at the season-ending Championship Awards Banquet. Last year saw Matthew Miller’s No. 28 MDM Motorsports team with driver Sheldon Creed win the General Tire Superspeedway Challenge as part of a banner season that also saw Creed win the overall ARCA Menards Series title. With Creed now driving for GMS Racing in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series and Mike Bursley’s KBR Development team running the No. 28 in ARCA, we will see a new General Tire Superspeedway Challenge champion in 2019. 10

2019 PREVIEW The ARCA Menards Series has provided drivers a destination to become a professional stock car racer since 1953. And while many of those drivers over the years have chosen to make ARCA their home, hundreds of others have used the ARCA Menards Series as a launching pad to a career in NASCAR. Nelson Stacy, a three-time ARCA Menards Series champion, is perhaps the first “developmental driver” in stock car racing history. Taking advantage of success on ARCA’s midwestern short tracks and the series’ annual visit to Daytona. The next driver to vault from ARCA to NASCAR started at the very bottom of the developmental ladder, first racing in the Figure-8 division at Flat Rock Speedway and culminating with the Winston Cup championship and a win in the Daytona 500. Benny Parsons, a cab driver from Detroit, earned ARCA’s rookie of the year honor in 1965 and then won two series championships in 1968 and 1969 before moving south. Davey Allison followed in Benny’s footsteps, claiming the ARCA Bounty Rookie of the Year title in 1984 before leaping into the NASCAR Cup Series in 1987. He won eight ARCA races throughout his brief time in the series and is the 1992 winner of the Daytona 500. Current NASCAR Cup Series drivers with ARCA Menards Series success on their resume include Ty Dillon and Chris Buescher, the 2011 and 2012 series champions. Dillon dominated in 2011, winning seven times on his way to the title. He went on to become the runner-up in the NASCAR Truck Series in 2013 and had three consecutive top-five finishes in the NASCAR XFINITY Series stand- ings before moving into the Cup Series in 2016. Buescher was a dominant force on the ARCA Menards Series short tracks in his time in the series. Teamed with long-time team owners Russ and Gary Roulo, Buescher earned his first win as a 16-year-old in 2010 and won the series title in the first year he was eligible to run all of the series races. He has ten ARCA wins and went on to become the 2015 NASCAR XFINITY Series champion. He earned his first Cup win in 2016 at Pocono. Justin Allgaier, the 2008 ARCA Menards Series champion, is a championship threat in the NASCAR XFINITY Series driving for JR Motorsports. Allgaier closed out his 2008 championship season with three consecutive wins before moving into the XFINITY Series. He has ten career series wins, including five in 2018. A count of the drivers in the 2019 Daytona 500 found 16 of the 40 drivers in the 11

field were former ARCA Menards Series winners. Nearly a dozen more had made at least one start in the ARCA Menards Series before moving into NASCAR. While some drivers have found ARCA to be a stepping stone to other series, some have made ARCA their racing home. Frank Kimmel came to ARCA in 1990, and was the series rookie of the year in 1992. By 1994 he had won his first race at Toledo, and 19 years later, in 2013, he closed the season with his record-setting 80th career win at Kansas and his record-extending tenth ARCA Menards Series championship. Today’s drivers rarely stick around for long. The ARCA Menards Series has become a popular destination for young drivers to gain superspeedway experience and to learn how to handle full-bodied 3400-pound stock cars on short tracks before making the jump into a series like the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series or the NA- SCAR XFINITY Series. One team that has been around for nearly 40 years is Venturini Motorsports. Dating back to 1982, team owners Bill and Cathy Venturini, along with son Billy, have turned their team into a driver development powerhouse. In 2019, they will run for the series championship with two of their three teams. Drivers Christian Eckes and Michael Self will run full-time in 2019 Other championship contenders include Munford, Alabama’s Bret Holmes, Wheeling, West Virginia’s Travis Braden, and Mahwah, New Jersey’s Joe Graf, Jr. Holmes, driving the No. 23 Chevrolet for his family-owned operation, is a graduate of the dirt late model circuit in and around his Alabama home. He transitioned to pave- ment in 2016 and earned a late model championship at Five Flags Speedway. He’s now in his second full-time ARCA Menards Series season while he attends classes at Auburn University. Braden is an aerospace and mechanical engineering graduate from University of West Virginia. He puts his engineering expertise to use as a full-time hands-on mechanic with his RFMS Racing team before climbing aboard the No. 27 Ford on the weekend. Braden has one previous win, in 2015 at Lucas Oil Raceway. Graf, a student at New York University, drives the No. 77 Ford for Chad Bryant Racing. Graf made a splash early in his career, finishing second at Talladega in a sta- tistical dead heat with Zane Smith. It was only determined he finished second after a review of the photo finish camera. He earned his first series win in a slam-bang last lap finish at Berlin Raceway in 2018. 12

2019 Schedule 2/9 Daytona Int’l Speedway Daytona Beach, FL 3/9 Five Flags Speedway Pensacola, FL 4/14 Salem Speedway Salem, IN 4/26 Talladega Superspeedway Talladega, AL 5/4 Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville Nashville, TN 5/19 Toledo Speedway Toledo, OH 5/23 Charlotte Motor Speedway Concord, NC 5/31 Pocono Raceway Long Pond, PA 6/7 Michigan Int’l Speedway Brooklyn, MI 6/14 Madison Int’l Speedway Madison, WI 6/22 Gateway Motorsports Park Madison, IL 6/27 Chicagoland Speedway Joliet, IL 7/13 Elko Speedway Elko, MN 7/19 Iowa Speedway Newton, IA 7/26 Pocono Raceway Long Pond, PA 8/18 Illinois State Fairgrounds Springfield, IL 8/31 Du Quoin State Fairgrounds Du Quoin, IL 9/14 Salem Speedway Salem, IN 10/5 Lucas Oil Raceway Brownsburg, IN 10/18 Kansas Speedway Kansas City, KS 13

ON Live television broadcast times for the 20 races on the 2019 ARCA Menards Series schedule have been released, starting with the series’ next race at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida. Seven of the remaining ARCA Menards Series races will be televised live on FS1 and FS2, while MAVTV will broadcast twelve events. It is the first time in the series’ long history that each event is scheduled for live television broadcast. The season opener at Daytona International Speedway was broad- cast live on FS1, the 19th consecutive season the Daytona event was broadcast on the FOX Sports family of networks. The races on the FOX Sports family of networks include the majority of the General Tire Superspeedway Challenge events, the lone excep- tion being the series’ visit to Gateway Motorsports Park which will be televised live on MAVTV. The 2019 season is the second of a three-year agreement with FOX Sports, an extension of a relationship that dates back to 1997 when the network – then called SpeedVision – broadcast its first race from Salem Speedway. Six races will be broadcast live on FS1, starting at Daytona, plus events at Talladega, Charlotte, Michigan, Chicagoland, and Pocono, while two will be live on FS2, starting with the first event at Pocono and the sea- son finale at Kansas. MAVTV will carry the entirety of the Sioux Chief Short Track Challenge, with all eleven short track events live on the motorsports-themed net- work. Those races include both visits to Salem, Nashville, Toledo, Madison, Gateway, Elko, Iowa, Springfield, DuQuoin, and Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis. 14

2019 TRACKS Superspeedways - Daytona and Talladega Speedways - Charlotte, Michigan, Pocono, Gateway, Chicagoland and Kansas Short Tracks - Five Flags, Nashville, Salem, Toledo, Madison, Iowa, Elko and Lucas Oil Dirt Tracks - Illinois State Fairgrounds and Du Quoin State Fairgrounds 16

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2018 RACE WINNERS DATE TRACK WINNER 2/10 Daytona Int’l Speedway Michael Self 4/7 Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville Zane Smith 4/22 Christian Eckes 4/27 Salem Speedway Zane Smith 5/20 Talladega Superspeedway Zane Smith 5/24 Brandon Jones 6/1 Toledo Speedway Harrison Burton 6/8 Charlotte Motor Speedway Sheldon Creed 6/15 Chandler Smith 6/22 Pocono Raceway Sheldon Creed 6/28 Michigan Int’l Speedway Michael Self 7/7 Madison Int’l Speedway Sheldon Creed 7/14 Gateway Motorsports Park Gus Dean 7/27 Chicagoland Speedway Zane Smith 8/19 Christian Eckes 8/25 Iowa Speedway Joe Graf Jr. 9/3 Elko Speedway Logan Seavey 9/15 Pocono Raceway Chandler Smith 10/6 Illinois State Fairgrounds Christian Eckes 10/19 Berlin Raceway Sheldon Creed Du Quoin State Fairgrounds Salem Speedway Lucas Oil Raceway Kansas Speedway 2018 HIGHLIGHTS • 20 race events, completing 2,826 laps at 18 different tracks • 105 different drivers competed in at least one race • 10 different race winners / 6 first-time race winners • 10 different pole winners / 7 first-time pole winners • Only 3 drivers won from the pole (Sheldon Creed, Chandler Smith and Christian Eckes) • The finish at Talladega Superspeedway was the closest in ARCA history (0.000 seconds) 18

2018 REVIEW Sheldon Creed had shown flashes of brilliance in his ARCA Menards Series career before the start of the 2018 season, but he had nothing but potential to show for it. Creed, from Alpine, California, had made 17 starts and was impressive at times, scoring nine top ten finishes along the way. That included a solid runner-up performance at DuQuoin in 2017, a finish that he backed up with a third place run at Kentucky. But those great runs were peppered with disappointment as well, as mechanical failures and incidents resulted in finishes well outside the top twenty. Things changed in 2018 for Creed, who teamed with former driver turned crew chief Mark McFarland and his partners Matthew Miller and Doug Fuller for a full season run. Whatever was missing before had been found, because Creed was impressive right out of the gate. Creed scored seven top five finishes in the season’s first eight races, including his first career win when he pulled into victory lane at Michigan in June. Already in the driver’s seat for the ARCA Menards Series championship, Creed turned the heat up on the competition from there. Additional summertime wins at Gateway and Iowa built a nearly insurmountable points lead heading into the season finale at Kansas. When Creed rolled off pit road for the final race of the season, the championship went from technically his to officially his. But that didn’t keep him from putting on a show throughout the day. Creed was swept into a mid-race accident, pitted for repairs, restarted from the back before working his way through the field to claim his fourth win of the year. It was the perfect exclamation point to one of the most impressive seasons in recent memory. Led by crew chief Jeff Stankiewicz, Creed and his MDM crew racked up 16 top-ten finishes, 18 top-ten finishes, led 501 laps, and four General Tire Pole Awards. Perhaps the most impressive stat of the sea- son, however, was his 4.2 average finish. Simply put, Creed was a dominant force all season long. He also won the coveted Sioux Chief Short Track Challenge title and his team owner Matthew Miller earned the General Tire Superspeedway Challenge championship. McFarland’s MDM organization didn’t stop there. Zane Smith also recorded four wins, including a statistical dead heat at Talladega decided by mere inches over Joe Graf, Jr. Smith also won at Nashville, Toledo, and Pocono on his way to the Bounty Rookie of the Year title. MDM also won with Harrison Bur- ton at the wheel in the other Pocono race and Brandon Jones at Charlotte. MDM won half of the ARCA Menards Series’ 20 races in 2018. Venturini Motorsports, a mainstay of the ARCA Menards Series since 1983, was not to be denied either. VMS drivers accounted for eight wins throughout the season, including Michael Self’s wins at Daytona at Chicagoland, Christian Eckes’ three wins at Salem, Springfield, and Lucas Oil Raceway, 16-year-old Chandler Smith’s two wins at Madison and Salem, and open wheel dirt track ace Logan Seavey’s win at DuQuoin. While Chandler Smith only started nine races in 2018, he was so dominant that he locked up the Valvoline Lap Leader Award by nearly 300 laps over the competition. Smith led 763 laps, 299 more than champion Sheldon Creed who was second. Other winners in 2018 included Gus Dean, who followed up his 2017 Talladega win with his second career win at Elko, and Joe Graf, Jr. who won a fender-banging last-lap duel with Zane Smith at Berlin. The 2018 season saw ARCA competition initiatives such as the ARCA Ilmor 396 and the Five Star composite body continue to give teams benefits. All 20 race wins, all 100 potential top five finishes, and 199 out of 200 possible top ten finishes were earned by cars with the ARCA Ilmor 396 and the Five Star composite body. 19


2018 CHAMPION Sometimes it takes a while to figure out you’re going to be pretty good at something. That’s exactly how it was when Sheldon Creed started his stock car racing career. Creed, from Alpine, California, had excelled in all forms of motorsports he participated in from the time he was a youngster. So when he first strapped into a stock car, he thought he’d pick up right where he left off. After all, he was the youngest winner in the history of the Stadium Super Truck Series, and had competed for championships in every type of racing he’d ever been in. It didn’t quite work out that way. Creed struggled to adapt and with those struggles became frustrat- ed. The talent and speed were there but getting to the end and being in contention to win were an issue. When he paired with MDM Motorsports and crew chief Jeff Stankiewicz, that’s when Creed’s stock car career came alive. MDM’s equipment was solid and Stankiewicz’s leadership brought Creed from a middle of the pack rookie to a championship contender almost overnight. Creed’s 2018 season was nothing short of spectacular. He won four times, including his first career victory on the fast sweeping high-banks at Michigan. He followed it up with wins at Gateway, Iowa, and a rousing come-from-behind win in the season finale to clinch the championship at Kansas. Creed closed the season with sixteen top-five finishes, eighteen top-ten finishes, four General Tire Pole Awards, 501 laps led, and an impressive season-long average finish of 4.2. He and his team also swept the majority of ARCA’s post season special awards, including the Sioux Chief Short Track Challenge, the General Tire Superspeedway Challenge, and Cometic Crew Chief of the Year, the General Tire Pole Award, the R.E. Lightning Award, the S&S Volvo Laps Completed Award, and he helped give Toyota its second consecutive and third overall manu- facturer’s title. 21

To win the Bounty Rookie Challenge is an accomplishment in and of itself. The list of drivers who have been the ARCA Menards Series rookie of the year is long and distinguished, and you have to succeed on the race track and represent the sport well off of it. The battle for the 2018 Bounty Rookie Challenge came down to the final race of the year, between teammates Zane Smith and Chase Purdy. Smith held the lead going into the final event of the season at Kansas, but Purdy was within striking distance. As series officials only tally a driver’s best 15 finishes in the 20-race season in the total towards the Bounty Rookie Challenge, anything could happen. Purdy did all he could do, finishing fifth on the day, while Smith was caught up in a late-race incident and finished 17th. It wasn’t quite enough to close the gap, and Smith edged his teammate to become the 61st driver in series history to earn the rookie of the year crown joining the likes of 2017 Bounty Rookie of the Year Riley Herbst, current NASCAR Cup Series drivers Alex Bowman, Chris Buescher and Michael McDowell, and NASCAR Hall of Fame members Benny Parsons and Davey Allison. Smith has moved on to the NASCAR XFINITY Series for 2019, driving a partial schedule for Dale Earnhardt, Jr.’s JR Motorsports. 22

POINT SYSTEM 1st 235 9th 185 17th 145 25th 105 33rd 65 2nd 220 10th 180 18th 140 26th 100 34th 60 3rd 215 11th 175 19th 135 27th 95 35th 55 4th 210 12th 170 20th 130 28th 90 36th 50 5th 205 13th 165 21st 125 29th 85 37th 45 6th 200 14th 160 22nd 120 30th 80 38th 40 7th 195 15th 155 23rd 115 31st 75 39th 35 8th 190 16th 150 24th 110 32nd 70 40th 30 • 5pointsawardedtopolewinner • 5pointsawardedtoanyofficiallapleader • 5pointsawardedtoleaderofthemostlaps • 250pointsawardeduponentering&competingineachpre-designatedfiveracelegoftheoverallschedule RACE FLAGS Green The track is clear and cars may proceed at speed. This flag is used to signal the beginning of the race and any restarts. Yellow (caution) The track is not clear, slow down and hold your position behind the pace car. This flag is used to signal an accident, debris caused by contact or mechanical failure or weather-related issues. ARCA rules allow cars to bunch up behind the leader. Red The track is unsafe and there is a situation that requires immediate attention. Cars must go to a designated location and stop. This flag is usually waved in cases of heavy precipitation, an accident which requires immediate medical assistance or if the track is blocked. Blue with Yellow Stripe Pay attention to your mirrors, because a faster car is approaching from behind. Contrary to popular opinion, this flag does not make it mandatory that slower cars must move over for the leader of the race. This flag gets a workout at tracks like Salem and Toledo, where traffic becomes a major factor. Black Come into the pits immediately for consultation. Normally, this flag is waved at an individual car, either because it has a mechanical problem or has broken a rule. Waved in combination with a red flag signals the end of a practice session. Black with White Cross Cars that refuse to acknowledge the black flag are shown this flag, which means ARCA will no longer score them until they come into the pits for consultation. White There is one lap remaining in the scheduled distance. Checkered The event has reached its scheduled distance and is complete. 25

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THE CAR B O D Y Chevrolet SS Dodge Charger Ford Fusion Toyota Camry W E I G H T 3,400 lbs-Steel 3,300 lbs-Composite W H E E L B A S E 110 Inches FUEL Sunoco 260 GTX Unleaded 98 Octane FUEL CAPACITY 22 Gallons T I R E S General Tire Radials E N G I N E 360 c.i. Carbureted 396 c.i. Fuel Injected H O R S E P O W E R 700+ Horsepower T O P S P E E D 200+ MPH R A C E L E N G T H 100 - 250 Miles T R A C K T Y P E PavedandDirt I N S P E C T I O N Safety & Competition PIT STOPS Minimum One Per Race Required 27

FIVE STAR RACE CAR BODIES Teams competing in the ARCA Menards Series have the option of running new flange-fit, modular panel, composite material bodies at all tracks. At Daytona and Talladega, the only body eligible for competition is the Five Star Body. The showroom stock-appearing Toyota Camry, Ford Fusion and Chevrolet SS body packages are constructed with state of the art, composite laminate blend materials. They are engineered to be lightweight and durable, and to resist de- flection at high speeds. The complete body is comprised of 12 flange-fit modular panels, for ease of installation and quick replacement, and weighs less than 135 pounds. The ease-of-installation design allows teams to install the entire body in their respective shops, and to perform replacement of damaged panels at the team’s shop or at the track, resulting in significant savings in time and labor required for repairs. ARCA ILMOR 396 The ARCA Ilmor 396 is a progressive and innovative engine package option which debuted in 2015. • The purpose-built engine was developed and is assembled and maintained exclusively by Ilmor Engineering. • The engine utilizes a 396-cubic inch displacement steel engine block and delivers a minimum 700 horsepower and 500 foot pounds of torque running at 7500 RPM. • The engine is fuel-injected with a Holley Electronic Control Unit controlling the entire fuel injection and ignition systems. 28

THE CREW Your local auto shop might change your tires, but that’s where the simi- larity to an ARCA pit stop ends. In just 15 seconds, an ARCA pit crew can change four tires, make chassis adjustments and even supply a full tank of Sunoco race fuel. At any of the 20 races on the 2019 schedule, your favorite team will need to make a pit stop to refuel and take new tires in order to achieve optimal performance. Fast pit stops are vital to success; anything less than perfection can make a contender lose multiple posi- tions. Six team members are permitted by ARCA to be “over the wall” and service a car during a pit stop. Tire Carriers Two tire carriers for each team (one for the front, one for the rear) start on the right side and proceed back to the left side, carrying new tires over the pit wall to hang for tire changers Jacker Each team’s jack man carries a hydraulic jack weighing approximately 20 pounds to lift the car on both sides (right first, left second), allowing the tires to be changed. Fueler This crew member fills the car’s fuel cell with a maximum of three 12-gallon cans of fuel, which weigh 81 pounds each. Tire Changer The tire changers begin by removing and replacing the right-side tire using an air-powered impact wrench to loosen and tighten five lug nuts, which hold the wheel in place. The tire changer moves to the opposite side of the car to change the other tire. Support Crew Crew members behind the pit wall help by passing tires and fuel cans and collecting items used in the pit stop by those who are over the wall. ARCA Official Crews are supervised by ARCA officials, who work to maintain safety and watch for rule violations. 29


INSIDE THE COCKPIT 8 4 1 3 5 2 7 6 Main Switch Panel 1 Contains switches for starter, ignition and cooling fans. Tachometer 2 Monitors RPMs of engine, assisting driver in selecting gears and monitoring of engine power. Master Switch 3 Shuts down electrical system in emergency situations. Ignition Disconnect Switch 4 Shuts off engine in emergency situations. Radio Transmit Button 5 Controls communication to pits and race spotter. 6 Gearshift Controls four-speed manual transmission. Fire Extinguisher 7 Connected to switch to discharge fire-supressing chemicals into the driving compartment. Window Net 8 Keeps driver’s left arm inside the car during accident. 31

FACTS Qualifying • Most Poles in a Single Season: 16 - Iggy Katona (1966) • Most Consecutive Seasons with a Pole: 20 - Iggy Katona (1953-1972) • Most Different Pole Winners in a Single Season: 15 - (1991 & 2006) • Female Superspeedway Pole Winners: Erin Crocker (5), Patty Moise (3), Milka Duno, Shawna Robinson, Natalie Decker • Best Female ShortTrack Qualifying Run: Deborah Renshaw - 3rd, Salem (2003) • Fastest Female Qualifying Run: Patty Simko-Schacht 199.604 MPH -Talladega (1987) • Fastest Qualifying Run: 205.432 - Bill Venturini -Talladega (1987) • First Ever 200 MPH Qualifying Run: Billie Harvey 200.642 -Talladega (1981) • Most Recent 200 MPH Qualifying Run: Charlie Glotzbach, 201.456 -Talladega, (1990) • Oldest Superspeedway Pole/Oldest Overall Pole Winner: MarkThompson 63-years - Daytona (2015) • Youngest Superspeedway Pole Winner: Kyle Busch 17-years - Nashville (2003) • Oldest ShortTrack Pole Winner: Ken Schrader 60-years - Salem II (2015) • Youngest ShortTrack Pole Winner: J.J. Haley 15-years - Elko (2014) Series • Most Career Starts: 630 – Iggy Katona (1953-1977) • Most Career Wins: 80 – Frank Kimmel (1994-2013) • Most Money Won in a Single Season: $496,368 – Frank Kimmel (2001) • Most Races in a Single Season: 47 (1956) • Fewest Races in a Single Season: 8 (1981) • Highest Female Points Finish: 6th – Shawna Robinson (2000) • Most Consecutive Seasons withTop-10 Points Finish: 22 – Frank Kimmel (1992-2015) • Complete Every Lap in a Season: Chris Buescher (2012) Race • Most Consecutive Seasons with a Race Win: 19 - Iggy Katona (1953-1971) • Most Victories in a Single Season: 25 - Jack Bowsher (1965) • Most Consecutive Victories: 6 - Jack Bowsher (1965), 5 - Harold Smith (1961), 5 - Bruce Gould (1973), 5 -Tim Steele (1997) • Most Different Race Winners in a Single Season: 17 (2006) • Best Female Superspeedway Finish: 2nd - Shawna Robinson, Daytona (1999), 2nd - Erin Crocker, Kentucky (2005 & 2007) & Kansas (2006) • Best Female ShortTrack Finish: 3rd, Patty Simko-Schacht –Toledo (1987) & Nicole Behar - Madison (2016) • Best Female Road Course Finish: 7th, Natalie Decker – RoadAmerica (2017) • Best Female DirtTrack Finish: 10th,Trista Stevenson - Du Quoin (2016) & Natalie Decker - Springfield (2018) • Oldest Superspeedway Race Winner: Iggy Katona, 57-years – Daytona (1974) • Youngest Superspeedway Race Winner: Cole Custer, 17-years, 192 days – Pocono (2015) • Oldest ShortTrack Race Winner: Ken Schrader, 59 years, 11 months – Salem (2015) • Youngest ShortTrack Race Winner:Todd Gilliland, 15-years, 2-days –Toledo (2015) Championships • Most Championships: 10 - Frank Kimmel (1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2013) • Oldest Series Champion: Frank Kimmel, 51-years (2013) • Youngest Series Champion:Ty Dillon, 19-years (2011) • Largest Championship Points Margin: 1,180 points - Frank Kimmel, (2001) • Smallest Championship Points Margin:Tie - Ron Hutcherson & Dave Dayton (1974) 32



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