After digging around in the dirt at the DuQuoin State Fairgrounds, the ARCA Menards Series heads back to the asphalt of Kansas Speedway for the second time of the year.
The track’s been part of the series schedule since 2001, and former winners include Jason Jarret, Frank Kimmel, Parker Kligerman, Alex Bowman, Sheldon Creed, Bret Holmes, Ty Gibbs, Nick Sanchez, and Jesse Love earlier this year for his second win on the season.
The Menlo Park, CA native currently leads the ARCA Menards Series points standings and is looking to win No. 10 this weekend. Joining Love from the Venturini Motorsports stable include Truck Series driver Dean Thompson, who is making his fifth start of the 2023 season. The Anaheim, CA native is looking for just one more stop this time around, after finishing second in the first Kansas race this season.
Joining the other two from VMS are Toni Breidinger, who is sporting some new colors from Raising Canes, and Jake Finch.
Looking to upset the No. 20 is the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 18, this time with Connor Mosack behind the wheel, and making his first start since Michigan on August 4th, where he finished third.
Rev Racing looks to regain some of their magic from last year here after they won back in 2022. Drivers Lavar Scott and Andres Perez de Lara are looking to find the key to victory lane. For Scott, this marks his first stand-alone ARCA Menards Series start since Daytona International Speedway.
After a strong run back in the spring and a 12th place finish for her and her team, Mandy Chick returns to her home track of Kansas looking to get her second top-10 of the season.
Making his first ARCA Menards Series platform start since 2021, CARS Tour winner Carson Kvapil is teaming up with Pinnacle Racing Group. The Mooresville, NC native also announced he will be making his Truck Series debut at Bristol Motor Speedway next week.
Other notables include Cody Coughlin returning to the track in the No. 72, Frankie Muniz looking to close in points, Christian Rose, Scott Melton, and Jon Garrett among others.
Official Entry List for the Sioux Chief Fast Track 150 from Kansas Speedway
You can catch the Sioux Chief Fast Track 150 live this Friday at 6 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. CT on FS1 and FloRacing.