After a week off, the ARCA Menards Series heads to the World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway.
The Dutch Boy 150 will begin on Saturday, Aug. 29, at 6:15 p.m. ET.
There are 21 cars entered for the event, meaning all will qualify, barring any changes.
Max McLaughlin returns to the No. 1 car for Hattori Racing Enterprises; he’s earned top 10s in all three of his starts this year.
Chase Cabre and Nick Sanchez will pilot the Nos. 4E and 6 cars, respectively, for Rev Racing.
Max Calles joins Fast Track Racing in the No. 12 Toyota. Owen Smith is in the team’s No. 10 car, while Mike Basham pilots the No. 11 car.
Gracie Trotter will make her third start of the season in the No. 99 car of Bill McAnally Racing. 15-year-old Jesse Love will also compete in his third race of the year for the team in the No. 19 car.
Kyle Sieg looks to earn his second top 10 in as many starts in the No. 41 Chevrolet of Cook-Finley Racing.
ARCA Entry List
The Dutch Boy 150 airs on Saturday, Aug. 29 at 6:15 p.m. ET on the TrackPass subscription service and MRN radio.
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I thought entries in the ARCA Menard Series always consist of ARCA East and West Series cars. It appears ARCA has four championships in their Series. Why is the car count always so low?