Lucas Oil 200

Michael Self sweeps at Daytona after starting on pole

In what was a wreck-filled race and day, one driver was able to survive the madness and that was Venturini Motorsports' Michael Self who brought home the checkered flag at Daytona International Speedway to win the Lucas Oil 200 driven by General Tire.

Josh Williams Motorsports seeks driver with sponsorship for Lucas Oil 200

It has been two years since Josh Williams has fielded an ARCA car for a race. The last time his own team competed on...

Dominique Van Wieringen tops final test session in preparation for ARCA Lucas Oil 200

The Ontario native placed quickest on the last day of testing with a time of 49.615 seconds with a speed of 181.397 mph. Van Wieringen, competing in the No. 30 Rette Jones entry, was surprised to find that she was at the top of the charts at the end of the day.

Daytona Win A Capper on Self’s Comeback In Racing

After financial difficulties almost sidelined Michael Self's career only a few short years ago, his Daytona win is undoubtedly a sweet vindication in his racing comeback. Self, 27, took his second career ARCA win in the wild season-opening Lucas Oil 200 at Daytona.

Tyler Reddick Burns Down Monster Mile’s House with Truck Win

Tyler Reddick, driving the No. 19 BBR Music Group Ford for Brad Keselowski Racing, burned down Monster Mile’s house and headed to Victory Lane for the second time this season. Reddick took the lead late in the race and never let go to take the checkered flag in the 16th annual Lucas Oil 200.

Todd Bodine Scores Truck Win at Rainy Monster Mile

In spite of Kevin Harvick having by far the dominant race truck, Todd Bodine, in his No. 11 Red Horse Racing Toyota, stole the win away thanks to rain calling an early end to the Lucas Oil 200.

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