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ARCA Midwest Tour’s 2020 schedule includes legendary events, tracks

The Cars and Stars are racing at ‘The Tracks’ of the Midwest

The ‘Stars and Cars’ of the ARCA Midwest Tour will race 10 times to determine a champion in 2020 followed by its participation in the non-points All-American 400 in November.

The Super Late Model tour of the upper midwestern region will compete throughout Illinois and Wisconsin to competed on paved ovals ranging from a quarter of a mile to a mile and a quarter in length.

Casey Johnson will look to defend his 2019 championship against the likes of Austin Nason and John DeAngelis.

TOURING SCHEDULES: CARS Tour | CRA Super Series | TUNDA SLM Series| PASS North | NASCAR Modified Tour | Pretoria Race Alliance | Southern Super Series | ACTTri Track

The most notable addition to the schedule is the return to WWT Raceway at Gateway on August 22 alongside the NTT IndyCar Series and Gander RV NASCAR Truck Series for the Gateway Classic Super Late Model Showdown.

Ty Majeski snuck past Paul Shafer, Jr on the final circuit when the Tour last visited the one and a quarter mile oval located just outside of St. Louis.

Following a one-year hiatus, a facility near and dear to the heart of series promoter Gregg McKarns will return in the form of Grundy County Speedway in the Wayne Carter Classic 100 on July 11.

In another highly regarded return, the Milwaukee Mile is also back on the schedule for a second consecutive season. This time, Super Late Models will return to America’s Legendary Oval on Sunday, June 14.

The season will begin with the Joe Shear Classic on Sunday, May 3 with a $10,000-to-win, 200 lap race at ‘Wisconsin’s Fastest Half Mile.’ The season will end with the prestigious 51st annual Oktoberfest race weekend at the LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway in Western Wisconsin.

REGIONAL SCHEDULES: Langley | Kingsport | South Boston | Kingsport | Motor Mile | Hickory | Stafford

Speaking of Wisconsin, the state’s richest one day race is again scheduled for the first Tuesday of August in the form of the Dixieland 250 at Wisconsin International Raceway on August 4.

The Gandrud Auto Group Dixieland 250 will continue to pay the largest purse in the state’s celebrated asphalt Super Late Model racing industry. With the winner’s share having gone to Minnesota and Alabama previously, Ty Majeski made sure it stayed in-state following a dominating performance last August, out pacing John DeAngelis, Jr and former ARCAMT Champ Dan Fredrickson.

New for 2020, will be the Midwest Tour’s involvement in the All-American Weekend October 31 and November 1 at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway. The non-points race will feature drivers from a multitude of sanctioning bodies throughout the country with guaranteed starting positions for top ARCAMT Touring Stars.

The complete ARCAMT schedule can be found below.

Sunday May 3 // Joe Shear Classic 200
Madison International Speedway // Oregon, WI

Saturday May 23 // Salute the Troops 100
Jefferson Speedway // Jefferson, WI

Sunday June 14 // The Milwaukee Mile 100
The Milwaukee Mile // West Allis, WI

Saturday July 11 // Wayne Carter Classic 100 by Rod Baker Ford and IL Truck & Equipment
Grundy County Speedway // Morris, IL

Saturday July 25 // Larry Detjens Memorial 125
State Park Speedway // Wausau, WI

Tuesday August 4 // Gandrud Auto Group Dixieland 250
Wisconsin International Raceway // Kaukauna, WI

Saturday August 22 // Gateway Classic Super Late Model Showdown
World Wide Technology Raceway // Madison, IL

Friday August 28 // Howie Lettow Classic 100
Madison International Speedway // Oregon, WI

Saturday September 5 // Escape to Wisconsin 100
Dells Raceway Park // Wisconsin Dells, WI

Sunday October 11 // Oktoberfest Race Weekend 200 CHAMPIONSHIP
LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway // West Salem, WI

Sunday November 1 // All-American **(non-points event)
Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway // Nashville, TN

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Matt Weaver is the owner and founder of Short Track Scene. Weaver grew up in the sport, having raced himself before becoming a reporter in college at the University of South Alabama. He is also the associate motorsports editor of Autoweek Magazine and its website, which allows him to cover the highest levels of the sport.

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