Arca Remax Series Tickets
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ARCA Remax Series
Premier Division of the Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA), ARCA RE/MAX series holds a series of races featuring stock cars. It is a professional league, however it is considered Minor as it is two steps down from NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, which is the top level league.
The races ARCA RE/MAX series are held at different tracks that can be as small as small ovals and can also be as large Daytona International Speedway where the series is hosted during Daytona Speedweeks. However the series is known to be featured again on the road course in 2008.
The series was run for the first time, in 1953 and since then the series has been run by Automobile Racing Club of America instead of NASCAR, with which it has no affiliation. Later in 1964, the series became a part of Daytona Speedweeks.
Originally under the leadership of John Marcum, the series started as local touring group and was known as Midwest Association for Race Cars. The Association incorporated racers included Nelson Stacy and Iggy Katona, who were among the very first drivers of the series.
One of the Legendary figures in the ARCA RE/MAX series is none other the reigning champion Frank Kimmel who won the championship for the first time in 2000, and since then he has been winning the championship for eight consecutive years earning him the title of Veteran to Beat in the series.
As of today, Kimmel has won championship nine times. He won his first championship title back in 1998.
Kimmel made his debut in ACRA REMAX in 1990, while he raced for his first full season in 1992. In that season, Kimmel finished 2nd and two years later in 1994; Kimmel was also entitled with a Rookie of the year honors as he won his very first race at Toledo Speedway.
Since 2000 till 2007, Kimmel has been able to win the championships putting him on #2 spot on all time win list after claiming 71 wins. In 2006, Kimmel was also assigned with a seat in International Race of Champions Series (IROC), making him the first one ever to be assigned from ACRA RE/MAX series.
Another one of drivers of ARCA REMAX series is Bob Aiello, who apart from being a driver, is also a Self Employed HVAC Contractor. Aiello started his career in 2001, and came at 10th spot at Boston Speedway in 2004, which is also his best result from his career. Previous year Aiello also raced at Atlanta Motor Speedway where he finished 12th two times in 2003 as well as in 2001.
Justin Allgaier, who apart from being a race driver is also a Fabricator. In Chevrolets that are field by his father, he finished 4th in 2007 in ARCA REMAX series in 2007, which is his career's best result. In 2006, Allgaier raced in his first full season and finished 10th.