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Clicking Our Heels: Previewing the Dawn 150 at Kansas Speedway

ARCA Menards Series Dawn 150 Kansas Speedway
ARCA Menards Series Dawn 150 Kansas Speedway
The ARCA Menards Series heads to Kansas Speedway for the fourth race of the 2023 season. Last year’s winners include Nick Sanchez and Corey Heim. / PC: ARCA Racing

After coming off the high banks at Talladega, and Jesse Love taking Venturini Motorsports to their first ARCA Menards Series win for 2023, the series heads to the heartland of America for the Dawn 150 at Kansas Speedway.

History


The ARCA Menards Series has raced at the 1.5-mile oval since 2001. Former winners include Frank Kimmel, Scott Speed, Parker Kligerman, Alex Bowman, Sheldon Creed, Bret Holmes, Ty Gibbs, Corey Heim, and Nick Sanchez.

Since 2021, the series has raced at the speedway twice. the last two spring winners are Ty Gibbs in 2021, and Nick Sanchez in 2022. This marked the second win in the season for the reigning ARCA champion after a heated incident between Corey Heim and Drew Dollar took both contenders out of the race.

Previewing The Weekend


Heading into the fourth race of the 2023 season, rookie Frankie Muniz and Rette Jones Racing lead the points heading into Kansas. Talladega winner Jesse Love sits just 11 points back in second. 

After a tough wreck at Talladega, the newly announced driver for Alpha Prime Racing and Daytona winner, Greg Van Alst sits third. Two points back from Love. Jack Wood and Tony Cosentino round out the rest of the top five in points.

Andres Perez de Lara sits sixth in points, 22 back from Muniz. He and Rev Racing are looking to go back-to-back this weekend after last year’s win. The Mexico City driver looks to also continue his momentum after finishing four in his superspeedway debut at Talladega.

After making his superspeedway debut in a stock car, Taylor Gray looks to build off his seventh-place finish at Kansas. The Denver NC, driver will be with TRICON Garage who make their debut in the ARCA Menards Series (if you don’t count that they were formerly DGR last season). Connor Mosack will return to the cockpit of the 18 for Joe Gibbs Racing.

While all drivers hope to find a home in victory lane, a few are hoping to rebound after a tough weekend at Talladega. Mandy Chick and her family team are hoping to right the ship after getting caught up in a wreck. Van Alst also looks to have a clean race after an early wreck took him out of the race.

Full Entry List for the Dawn 150 at Kansas Speedway

Entry#DriverTeamCrew Chief
10Kevin HinkleWayne Peterson Racing
KH Automotive
Toyota
Nate Moeller
201TBAFast Track Racing
FastTrackRacing.com
Ford
Josh Duke
303Alex ClubbClubb Racing Inc.
Yavapi Bottle Gas
Ford
Chris Nicoles
406AJ MoyerWayne Peterson Racing
River’s Edge Cottages & RV Park
TBA
Michael Peterson
52Andres Perez De LaraRev Racing
Max Siegel Inc
Chevrolet
Jamie Jones
66Jack WoodRev Racing
Velocity Racing
Chevrolet
Steve Plattenberger
77Matt WilsonCCM Racing
7 Brew Coffee
Toyota
Jeremy Petty
88Sean CorrEmpire Racing
NESCO
Chevrolet
Mike Cheek
910Tim MonroeFast Track Racing
FastTrackRacing.com
Ford
Tim Monroe
1011Josh ReaumeFast Track Racing
Cover Craft
Ford
Josh Reaume
1112Gage RogersFast Track Racing
Volara Foam
Chevrolet
Dick Doheny
1215Amber BalceanVenturini Motorsports
ICON Direct
Toyota
Dave Leiner
1317Taylor GrayTRICON Garage
Dead On Tools
Toyota
David Gilliland
1418Connor MosackJoe Gibbs Racing
Mobil 1
Toyota
Matt Ross
1520Jesse LoveVenturini Motorsports
GEARWRENCH
Toyota
Shannon Rursch
1625Dean ThompsonVenturini Motorsports
Thompson Pipe Group
Toyota
Kevin Reed, Jr.
1730Frankie MunizRette Jones Racing
Built Ford Tough
Ford
Mark Rette
1832Christian RoseAM Racing
West Virginia Department of Tourism
Ford
Ryan London
1935Greg Van AlstGreg Van Alst Racing
CB Fabricating
Ford
Jim Long
2045Tony CosentinoTamayo Cosentino Racing
Tamayo Sports Florida
Chevrolet
Tony Cosentino
2148Brad SmithBrad Smith Racing
Copraya
Ford
Colby Evans
2255Toni BreidingerVenturini Motorsports
Victoria's Secret
Toyota
Cayden Lapcevich
2366Jon GarrettVeer Motorsports
Lick ‘Em Stick ‘Em
Chevrolet
Mike Sroufe
2469Scott MeltonKimmel Racing
Melton McFadin Insurance
Toyota
Bill Kimmel
2572Cody CoughlinJEGS Racing
JEGS-Cody Coughlin Co
Ford
Kevin Reed, Sr.
2673Andy JankowiakKLAS Motorsports
Dak’s Market-Whelen
Toyota
Mike Dayton
2774Mandy ChickChick Racing Inc.
Dynamic Drivelines
Toyota
Steve Chick
2897Jason KitzmillerCR7 Motorsports
ALL Construction
Chevrolet
Todd Myers

You can watch the Dawn 150 live on Fox Sports 1 at 2 P.M. ET/1 P.M. CT and listen live on MRN.

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