The American Racing Championship (Season Write Up)

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The American Racing Championship (Season Write Up)

Post by f1fan on April 7th 2018, 3:12 pm

OOC: The American Racing Championship is ARCSOA's chief rival series. Based almost exclusively in the southern regions of the United States, the modern American Racing Championship harkens back to the old days of the ARC, prior to ARCSOA reunification. Some historic races have been brought back by the current ARC. The series, in its inaugural year back from the dead, has struggled with low car counts, and lack of sponsorship. This can be attributed to their lack of diversity. The series has shied away from minority based drivers, in an effort to return to the original southern/conservative roots of the original ARC. This has caused raised eyebrows among major sports media providers which have shied away from giving the ARC a full season TV contract. The cars are about twice as heavy as the current ARCSOA Elite Series cars. With the largest field, all season being 25 cars. The series has a lot of growing to do. However, here's how the season went.



Schedule:
Schedule
1. The Rival 500 @ Talladega Superspeedway
2. The Confederate 300 @ Darlington Raceway
3. The General Lee 250 @ Lousiana Motor Speedway
4. The Budweiser 400 @ Richmond International Raceway
5. The Lowes 600 @ Charlotte Motor Speedway
6. The Lone Star 500 @ Texas World Speedway
7. The NRA Showdown @ Bristol Motor Speedway
8. The Republican 500 @ Williamsburg International Raceway
9. The Palm Tree Florida Lottery 300 @ Homestead
10. The Sunfire 500 @ Daytona International Speedway


Team Chart

Fordale Enterprises Incorporated (FEI)- Cheverolet

1- Ethan Moore- Home Depot
3- Jay Barker- DeWalt
8- Dewitt Fordale Jr. -Budweiser
11- Brett Conley- Hooters

Murphy Enterprises- Ford

01- Carl Dawson- Ford
6- Martin Gregory- Enzyte
9- Bill Braddock Jr/Johnny Thompson- American Airlines

Blackburn Racing- Dodge

7- Allie Nelson- Twitch
12- Denny Loomis- UPS
19- Bobby Blackburn- Valvoline
30- Davis Montgomery- Dodge

Planter Family Racing- Chevrolet

41- Evan Planter- N/A
42- Skyler Planter- N/A
44- Zach Campbell- Campbell Supply Company

Red Bull Racing- Mazda

83- Kris Wascher- Red Bull
84- Logan Faulkner- Red Bull

ARC America- Dodge

76- Reed Simmons- Mountain Dew
81- Doyle Hammond- Fox News
88- Jeff Samson- Infowars
94- Jessica Shelton- McDonald's

Delta Motorsports- Dodge

4- Billy Bishop- Kodak
18- Ezikel Proctor- Interstate Batteries
26- Brandon Schmidt- Bojangles
28- Myles Friday- Aflac

Justice Racing- Ford

97- Mark Justice- Wells Fargo
98- Scott Graham- Hoosier
99- Joey Haley- Exide


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Post by f1fan on April 7th 2018, 3:20 pm

The Rival 500

Ethan Moore starts on the pole for the inaugural race. The 25 drivers will run 188 laps around the Talladega Superspeedway. The lead changed several times. However, the race was dominated by the Red Bull Mazda cars. These cars were incredibly controversial. Fans did not like the fact that Red Bull brought non-American cars to the track. Prior to the race, the Red Bull Hauler was egged and vandalized by fans.

The Red Bull cars would swap the lead for 42 laps until Logan Faulkner fell out of the race with engine failure. Kris Wascher then led until lap 88 and the field spread out. A rather suspicious debris caution flew on lap 126. This was the first caution of the race. After that, Dewitt Fordale Jr, the fan favorite fell out of the race due to engine trouble on lap 156 bringing out caution #2. This took a considerable time cleaning up. The green flew on lap 164, and then the big one took place wiping out 15 of the remaining 22 cars.

Kris Wascher would take the victory in his Red Bull Mazda among flying beer cans.

1. Kris Wascher
2. Ethan Moore
3. Martin Gregory
4. Myles Friday
5. Brandon Schmidt
6. Reed Simmons
7. Zach Campbell
8. Skyler Planter (Out)
9. Mark Justice (Out)
10. Joey Haley (Out)

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Post by f1fan on April 7th 2018, 3:24 pm

The Confederate 300

The Confederate 300 was another Red Bull whitewash, this time with Logan Faulkner taking the victory among boo's and flying beer cans. Faulkner, from Michigan, took the lead away from teammate Kris Wascher with only 15 to go in the race. 13 cars finished the race after numerous mid-race accidents.

1. Logan Faulkner
2. Kris Wascher
3. Billy Bishop
4. Ethan Moore
5. Dewitt Fordale Jr.
6. Ezekiel Proctor -1L
7. Jessica Shelton -3L
8. Brandon Schmidt -3L
9. Davis Montgomery -6L
10. Allie Nelson -10L

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Post by f1fan on April 7th 2018, 3:31 pm

The General Lee 250

The fans rejoiced when both Red Bull's were taken out of the race respectively by the Planter brothers on lap 126. The Red Bull's were once again murdering everyone, lapping the field twice by the 75-mile point of the race. Faulkner and Wascher were noticeably upset at this.

Only 6 cars finished a 125-mile race that saw 14 cautions. However, the fans rejoiced when Allie Nelson, the ARC's cover girl, won the race.

1. Allie Nelson
2. Denny Loomis -1L
3. Billy Bishop -3L
4. Davis Montgomery -8L
5. Brandon Schmidt -14L
6. Jeff Samson -33L
7. Bill Braddock Jr. (OUT)
8. Bobby Blackburn (OUT)
9. Doyle Hammond (OUT)
10. Logan Faulkner (OUT)

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Post by f1fan on April 7th 2018, 3:38 pm

The Budweiser 400

The Budweiser 400 was rain-shortened to 205 laps after intense thunderstorms arrived. Red Bull made an uncharacteristic pit road error on the final caution awarding the win to Jay Barker under caution. The Red Bull's finished in 9th and 14th respectively.

1. Jay Barker
2. Dewitt Fordale Jr.
3. Jessica Shelton
4. Ethan Moore
5. Bill Braddock Jr.
6. Brett Conley
7. Zach Campbell
8. Skyler Planter
9. Kris Wascher
10. Carl Dawson

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Post by f1fan on April 7th 2018, 3:51 pm

The Lowes 600

Both the Red Bull's blew up within the first 20 laps. It's becoming clear that while the Red Bull's are the fastest cars, they don't do well in heat. The Lowes 600 is the longest race of the year. A direct competitor to the ARCSOA American 700. Reliability was a huge factor in this race though.

1. Scott Graham
2. Davis Montgomery
3. Doyle Hammond
4. Dewitt Fordale Jr.
5. Brett Conley
6. Ethan Moore
7. Zach Campbell
8. Jessica Shelton
9. Allie Nelson
10. Reed Simmons

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Post by f1fan on April 7th 2018, 3:56 pm

The Lone Star 500

This race was run at 106 degrees. I am not joking either. It was incredibly hot. The drivers were put to the test. The race was shortened to 300 miles after drivers complained that the conditions were too hot to race in. Surprisingly, Logan Faulkner somehow got his Red Bull to the end of the race minus one cylinder to win. He had built up a 2 lap lead, that fell to only 5 seconds after he crossed the line.

1. Logan Faulkner
2. Dewitt Fordale Jr.
3. Jay Barker
4. Bobby Blackburn
5. Martin Gregory
6. Bill Braddock Jr.
7. Zach Campbell
8. Jessica Shelton
9. Doyle Hammond
10. Allie Nelson

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Post by f1fan on April 7th 2018, 4:01 pm

The NRA Showdown at Bristol

This race was a crash fest won by Kris Wascher. His teammate Logan Faulkner led until he was wiped out of the lead by Skyler Planter. Many cars finished laps down in this event. The race made the series look more of a laughing stock than it already did.

1. Kris Wascher
2. Jessica Shelton -2L
3. Denny Loomis -2L
4. Martin Gregory -2L
5. Brandon Schmidt -3L
6. Reed Simmons -3L
7. Joey Haley -5L
8. Jay Barker -6L
9. Ethan Moore -8L
10. Carl Dawson (Out)

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Post by f1fan on April 7th 2018, 4:04 pm

The Republican 500 @ Williamsburg International Raceway

The figure-8 track in Williamsburg was the next sight. The 2nd restrictor plate race of the year was quite an entertaining one. The was NO accidents in this race surprisingly. The race was won by Jessica Shelton.

1. Jessica Shelton
2. Logan Faulkner
3. Kris Wascher
4. Dewitt Fordale Jr.
5. Jay Barker
6. Ethan Moore
7. Carl Dawson
8. Brandon Schmidt
9. Mark Justice
10. Bill Braddock Jr.

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Post by f1fan on April 7th 2018, 4:07 pm

The Palm Tree Florida Lottery 300

The fans rejoice as Dewitt Fordale Jr. wins the race. Faulkner and Wascher were actually struggling in this race as FEI brought their A-Game for this race.

1. Dewitt Fordale Jr.
2. Jay Barker
3. Kris Wascher
4. Brett Conley
5. Jessica Shelton
6. Allie Nelson
7. Logan Faulkner
8. Davis Montgomery
9. Ethan Moore
10. Joey Haley

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Post by f1fan on April 7th 2018, 4:10 pm

The Sunfire 500

With the championship on the line, the racing at Daytona was quite intense. The tension could be cut with a knife as the race saw beating and banging as if it were a short track. Ethan Moore took the win, but who took the championship?

1. Ethan Moore
2. Logan Faulkner
3. Kris Washer
4. Jay Barker
5. Dewitt Fordale Jr.
6. Jessica Shelton
7. Allie Nelson
8. Eziekel Proctor
9. Johnny Thompson
10. Zach Campbell

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Post by f1fan on April 7th 2018, 4:44 pm

Points after 1st ARC season

Fordale Enterprises Incorporated (FEI)- Cheverolet

1- Ethan Moore- 47 points
3- Jay Barker- 43 Points
8- Dewitt Fordale Jr.- 54 Points
11- Brett Conley- 18 points

Murphy Enterprises- Ford

01- Carl Dawson- 6 Points
6- Martin Gregory- 21 Points
9- Bill Braddock Jr- 16 Points
9-Johnny Thompson- 2 Points

Blackburn Racing- Dodge

7- Allie Nelson- 23 Points
12- Denny Loomis- 17 Points
19- Bobby Blackburn- 10 Points
30- Davis Montgomery- 21 Points

Planter Family Racing- Chevrolet

41- Evan Planter- 0 Points
42- Skyler Planter- 6 Points
44- Zach Campbell- 16 Points

Red Bull Racing- Mazda

83- Kris Wascher- 55 Points
84- Logan Faulkner- 42 Points

ARC America- Dodge

76- Reed Simmons- 11 Points
81- Doyle Hammond- 12 Point
88- Jeff Samson- 5 Points
94- Jessica Shelton-  48 Points

Delta Motorsports- Dodge

4- Billy Bishop- 16 Points
18- Ezikel Proctor- 8 Points
26- Brandon Schmidt- 24 Points
28- Myles Friday- 7 Points

Justice Racing- Ford

97- Mark Justice- 4 Points
98- Scott Graham- 10 Points
99- Joey Haley- 6 Points

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