Posted June 6th, 2016
ARCA invades Winchester June 25-26; joins King of Wing sprint cars, Top Speed Mods and more; Discounted Tickets on sale at area Menards stores
WINCHESTER, Ind. (June 1, 2016) - Discounted tickets for the June 26 Herr's Potato Chips 200 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards event at Winchester Speedway remain available at nine Menards stores near the track.
In addition to roles as the presenting sponsor of the ARCA Racing Series and as a co-primary sponsor on Matt Kurzejewski's No. 52 Ansell/Menards Toyota, Menards is participating heavily in promotion of the race. As the ARCA Racing Series continues through its 64th season, race fans in Indiana and Ohio have the chance to "Save Big Money" on tickets to see the action live.
Until Saturday, June 25, fans can buy tickets for the June 26 race for $20 at stores in: Anderson, Ind.; Celina, Ohio; Muncie, Ind.; Richmond, Ind.; Sidney, Ohio; and Tipp City, Ohio. Three stores in Fort Wayne are also offering the discount.
King of the Wing sprint cars, Top Speed Mods, Thunder Roadsters join ARCA Racing Series
The Herr's Potato Chips 200 serves as the grand finale in a giant race weekend that includes the Davey Hamilton-promoted 'King of the Wing' sprint cars, the Top Speed Modified Tour and the Thunder Roadsters on Saturday, which accompanies ARCA Racing Series practice and Menards Pole Qualifying presented by Ansell. The explosive and festive weekend culminates with the Herr's Potato Chips 200 ARCA grand finale Sunday afternoon. The Winchester Old Timers Club cars will also be on display all weekend.
ARCA Rookie/Point Leader Briscoe Big Story
Rookie and current point leader Chase Briscoe, who hails from Mitchell, Indiana, has been a big story in 2016. Briscoe, a dirt sprint car driver by trade, has very limited stock car experience, yet he leads the championship race in a tight battle over Port Charlotte, Florida's Josh Williams. Rookie sensation Dalton Sargeant, out of Boca Raton, Florida, is also entered. Series veterans Tom Hessert, Kyle Weatherman, Matt Kurzejewski, Thomas Praytor and Bo LeMastus are also entered. The show also marks the return of NASCAR/ARCA veteran Matt Tifft.
ARCA Winchester Winners
While Winchester's amazing history includes more than 100 years, the ARCA national tour also goes way back at Winchester - to 1957 when Don O'Dell won the inaugural event in a Chevrolet in just the fifth season of competition for what would become ARCA's national tour. Former ARCA winners at Winchester include Jack Bowsher, Bob Keselowski, Tim Steele, Frank Kimmel, Alex Bowman and Brandon Jones to name a few.
In addition to full on-track programs for the King of the Wing sprint cars, Top Speed Modifieds and Thunder Roadsters Saturday, June 25, the ARCA Racing Series has two practice sessions from 12 noon - 12:45 p.m. and from 2:20 - 3:05 Saturday. Menards Pole Qualifying presented by Ansell is at 6:00 followed by feature events for King of the Wings, Top Speed Mods and more Saturday night. Raceday Sunday begins with an on-track autograph session from 12 noon to 1 followed by pre-race ceremonies and driver introductions. The Herr's Potato Chips 200 gets the green flag shortly after 2 Sunday afternoon.
The Herr's Potato Chips 200 at Winchester Speedway is also live on the American Sports Network (ASN) at 2 p.m. ET., Sunday, June 26. Arcaracing.com will also feature live timing and scoring and live chat of all on-track activities Saturday and Sunday.
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Posted May 25th, 2016
2016 Winchester 400 Renewal Form
Posted April 22nd, 2016
Donald Davidson Visits Winchester Speedway
Donald Davidson – official Historian of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Mike Harmless - host committee member for the 100th Indianapolis 500 are both traveling to every county in Indiana promoting the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 this upcoming May.
For Randolph County on Wednesday- April 13th, we held a huge cookout at Winchester Speedway. Food and beverages were sponsored by the Randolph County Convention & Visitors Bureau (special thanks to Scottie Harvey!). Guests were treated to a Q&A session on the History of the Indianapolis 500 with Donald, plus he covered a bunch of history about the Winchester Speedway
Posted September 8th, 2015
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