ARCA Midwest Tour: Announces schedule changes

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The ARCA Midwest Tour presented by Scag Power Equipment and Lester Buildings has announced changes for the 2013 racing schedule. The event at Tomah’s Veterans Raceway Park has been moved to Sunday August 4th. The Midwest Truck Tour event previously scheduled for that same weekend will not be rescheduled.

ARCA Midwest Tour Vice President Steve Einhaus commented on the reasons for the changes.

“When this date was scheduled, there was one minor detail that was missed and that is one of the largest National Truck and Tractor Pull weekends in the US. Thousands of people come from all over the nation for this event and there is no reason to try and compete against that,” said Einhaus. “Mike Inglett and the guys at Veterans Raceway Park have put their heart and soul into getting the track up and running along with a major paving job in process at this time. We spent some time searching and found a date that does not conflict with any other major series or events in the Midwest. It will be a great afternoon of racing for them as they prepare to bring in the stars and cars of the ARCA Midwest Tour.

The Midwest Truck Tour event that was previously scheduled for June 21st will not be rescheduled.

“The Truck guys were on overload with a very tough schedule so eliminating this event will not affect those guys too much,” said Einhaus.

For the complete 2013 schedule go to arcamidwesttour.com .

Be sure to follow the ARCA Midwest Tour on Facebook (midwest tour) and Twitter (@midwesttour).

Learn more about the Automobile Racing Club of America Midwest Tour, by logging on to arcamidwesttour.com . For questions call the ARCA Midwest Tour office at (630) 212-6022 or Tim Olson at (612) 327-5831 or Steve Einhaus at (262) 729-4111 or e-mail Tim Olson at [email protected] or Steve Einhaus at [email protected].

The ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards has crowned 30 ARCA national champions in 60 seasons since 1953, and has toured over 200 race tracks in 26 states since its inception. The series has tested the abilities of drivers and race teams over the most diverse schedule of stock car racing events in the world, visiting tracks ranging from 0.375 mile to 2.66 miles in length, on both paved and dirt surfaces as well as a left- and right-turn road course in its most recent season.

Founded by John and Mildred Marcum in 1953 in Toledo, Ohio, the Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA) is recognized among the leading sanctioning bodies in the country. Closing in on completing its sixth decade after hundreds of thousands of miles of racing, ARCA administers over 100 race events each season in four professional touring series and local weekly events.