Saturday, July 24, 2021

ARCA Racing at Iowa Speedway

ARCA Racing at Iowa Speedway

The Shore Lunch 150 at 8 PM CT

#ARCA Racing at Iowa Speedway


Almost fifteen years have passed since the ARCA Menards Series became the first racing series to compete at what was then a brand-new Iowa Speedway.


With the exception of 2014, the 0.875-mile paved oval in Newton, Iowa, known as “The Fastest Short Track on The Planet” has appeared on the ARCA Menards Series schedule every year since. That tradition continues in 2021.



Tonights night’s Shore Lunch 150 marks the first of three ARCA Menards Series / ARCA Menards Series East combination events of the season. The drivers who are entered will receive points for both series.


Shore Lunch 150 #ARCA Schedule


Saturday, July 24 Race Day Schedule

  • 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. ARCA Menards Series Credentials 
  • 11 a.m. ARCA Menards Series Haulers Enter Noon ARCA Menards Series Garage Opens 
  • 2 p.m. First Time AMS Driver Meeting 
  • 3:15 p.m. ARCA Menards Series Driver and Spotter Meeting 
  • 4:15 – 5 p.m. ARCA Menards Series Final Practice 
  • 6 p.m. General Tire Pole Qualifying (2 laps / all positions) Post-Qualifying Final Adjustments Post-Adjustments Move Cars to Starting Grid 
  • 8 p.m. Start of the Shore Lunch 150 (150 laps / 132 miles)

 (All times CT)


“It’s the only 7/8-mile race track in the country that I’m aware of,” said Wallace, the NASCAR Hall of Famer and 1989 Cup Series champion who designed Iowa Speedway in the mid-2000s and who will attend Saturday night’s race and participate in an autograph session before he drives the pace car to lead the field to the green flag. “When we designed that track, we made it three different banking angles; I believe it’s 13, 14 and 15 degrees of banking angles. And those particular angles really created side-by-side racing.


“One thing I wanted to do also is, when we designed the track, really bank up the exits of the corners so the drivers when they try to pass can stay leaning on that banking and make the pass instead of coming off the banking and all of the sudden the track falls flat and the pass goes away.


“That’s one of the reasons almost all of the competitors who go there love racing there.”



Click Here For the Entry List

The Shore Lunch 150 will broadcast live on MAVTV Motorsports Network starting at 8 p.m. CT / 9 p.m. ET with a live stream available on NBC Sports Gold’s TrackPass.




source: ARCA Racing

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