ARCA RE/MAX 250 Travels To Canada
For the first time in fifteen years the Cayuga ARCA RE/MAX 250 has come back to Cayuga Motor Speedway, where stock cars are expected to tear up the track as driver’s show what they are made of. Fans are excited to finally see the ARCA RE/MAX 250 series back in this corner of the world.
The tenth race of the 21 race ARCA RE/MAX series is set to take place at the Cayuga Motor Speedway in Nelles Corner, Ontario. While the race has been absent from this particular speedway for quite a long time, it has been touring other parts of the country. In fact the touring stock car series has had a friendly relationship with Canadian tracks since about 1967. During that year, Bill Clemens took the trophy for a 100 lap race that took place at Capital City Speedway in Ottawa. Since then the race has been touring the county, with a number of races taking place at the Delaware Speedway London in Ontario. The race, which is set to take place this Sunday on June 29th, is expected to be quite a tight one with all eight U.S. drivers that are participating in the event, having already won at least one race each. Two Canadian drivers – Terry Jones and Ryan Fischer – will also be participating in the event.
While no one can guess exactly how the race will turn out, fans of the ARCA RE/MAX series will be glad to know that this is not the last stop for the year. There will still be another eleven races after the cars compete in Canada, with the race soon taking a trip to the Kentucky Speedway for a practice race on July 1st in preparation for the ARCA RE/MAX 150 at the same raceway on July 18th. The racing at Kentucky will then round up and head out to Toledo, where ARCA members will enjoy a great night out with live country music, great food and plenty of fun at the Toledo Speedway Jam. More about this great racing series will be posted up as the racing progresses so keep an eye on our website for more updates.