Tuesday, June 13, 2023

ARCA Menards Series Heads to Berlin Raceway

ARCA Menards Series Heads to Berlin Raceway

What to Know about Berlin Raceway Ahead of Saturday's Race

ARCA Menards Series Heads to Berlin Raceway


Berlin Raceway at first glance appears to be your typical short track, a paved oval slightly less than a half-mile in length. In reality, for drivers, the 7/16-mile track in Marne, Michigan, is one of the toughest short tracks in the nation.


In 2014, Berlin Raceway became Berlin Raceway and Entertainment Complex with a multi-million dollar facility upgrade and additional events like concerts and monster truck shows. Berlin became a NASCAR-sanctioned Home Track in 2016.


The track has hosted the ARCA Menards Series multiple times dating back to 1958. ARCA Menards Series (national) heads to Berlin Raceway on June 17.



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Berlin ARCA 200


Saturday, June 17, 2023


Berlin Raceway


7/16-mile paved oval


Marne, Michigan

Start time

8 p.m. ET





TV channel


Live stream





Tickets to Saturday’s Berlin ARCA 200 are Available Here.


CREW CHIEF HANDOUT: The starting field for the Berlin ARCA 200 is limited to 26 starters plus provisionals. This event will run under the 2023 ARCA Menards Series rules, procedures, regulations, and specifications.


QUALIFYING: Two consecutive laps qualifying. No adjustments or repairs may be made on car after taking the green flag at Start/Finish line. All cars must make a qualifying attempt, and all drivers must practice before they can qualify.


RACE PIT STOP: Oval break pit stop procedure. Breaks at or near the conclusion of Laps 75 and 125. All cars will be required to make at least one pit stop prior to last 10 laps of race. No adding or moving tires to or from pit box once race has started. (Learn about all of ARCA’s pit stop procedures here.)


The maximum tire allotment available for this event is as follows: Per ARCA Rulebook, maximum number of tires allowed in pit box for use in race is six (6).



source: ARCA Media

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