Jake Finch earns his first ARCA East victory on the Monster Mile at Dover Motor Speedway in the General Tire 125 for Venturini Motorsports.
DOVER, Del. — The legacy of James Finch and Phoenix Racing remains alive and well in stock car racing.
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Taylor Gray takes Ford Mustang to a dominant victory in the ARCA East General Tire 125 at Dover Motor Speedway on Friday.
DOVER, Del. – All Taylor Gray needed to end Sammy Smith’s ARCA Menards Series East winning streak was a new horse.
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Ty Gibbs is perfect in return to the Monster Mile for the ARCA East General Tire 125 at Dover International Speedway on Friday night.
There was no slowing
this time. Ty Gibbs
A year after watching a sure win get away from him at Dover International Speedway, following late-race contact with the wall, the 18-year-old from Charlotte, North Carolina, put together a perfect day Friday in the ARCA Menards Series’ East return to the ‘Monster Mile.’
Sam Mayer, driver of the No. 21 Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation Chevrolet celebrates in Victory Lane after winning the ARCA Menards Series East General Tire 125 at Dover International Speedway in Dover, Delaware on Friday, August 21, 2020. Photo by Timothy Nwachukwu/NASCAR
Mayer conquers Monster Mile as the defending winner in the ARCA Menards Series East General Tire 125 on Friday at Dover International Speedway
It wasn’t the dominating,
But Friday’s win at Dover International Speedway was just as satisfying for Sam Mayer. championship coronation performance of a year ago. Continue reading
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DOVER, Del. — Friday was
his day, and 2019 was his season.
All Sam Mayer had to do to clinch the 2019 K&N Pro Series East championship was take the green flag. But after being quickest in practice and qualifying on the pole, he led all but two laps to close the season with a win and celebrate in style.