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2023 ARCA Menards Series Schedule Released

The ARCA Menards Series announced its 2023 season schedule on Friday, Nov. 11.

The schedule remains largely unchanged aside from a few date swaps, as every track on the 2022 schedule will return for its respective races in 2023. The season finale will also return to Toledo Speedway for the second year in a row.

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Of the 20 races scheduled for next season, 10 of them will be paired with a NASCAR Cup Series race: Daytona International Speedway, Phoenix Raceway, Talladega Superspeedway, Kansas Speedway (twice), Charlotte Motor Speedway, Pocono Raceway, Michigan International Speedway, Watkins Glen International and Bristol Motor Speedway.

Of the remaining 10 races, three of them will be paired with the Craftsman Truck Series in a doubleheader: Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park and The Milwaukee Mile.

The other seven races at Berlin Raceway, Elko Speedway, Iowa Speedway, Illinois State Fairgrounds, DuQuoin State Fairgrounds, Salem Speedway and Toledo will be run as standalone events.

2023 ARCA Schedule

Saturday, February 18 – Daytona International Speedway

Friday, March 10 – Phoenix Raceway

Saturday, April 22 – Talladega Superspeedway

Saturday, May 6 – Kansas Speedway

Friday, May 26 – Charlotte Motor Speedway

Saturday, June 17 – Berlin Raceway

Saturday, June 24 – Elko Speedway

Friday, July 7 – Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course

Saturday, July 15 – Iowa Speedway

Friday, July 21 – Pocono Raceway

Friday, August 4 – Michigan International Speedway

Friday, August 11 – Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park

Friday, August 18 – Watkins Glen International

Sunday, August 20 – Illinois State Fairgrounds

Sunday, August 27 – The Milwaukee Mile

Sunday, September 3 – DuQuoin State Fairgrounds

Friday, September 8 – Kansas Speedway

Thursday, September 14 – Bristol Motor Speedway

Saturday, September 30 – Salem Speedway

Saturday, October 7 – Toledo Speedway

About the author

Stephen Stumpf is the NASCAR Content Director for Frontstretch, and his weekly columns include “Stat Sheet” and “4 Burning Questions.” Stephen also writes commentary, contributes weekly to the “Bringing the Heat” podcast and is frequently at the track for on-site coverage. A native of Texas, Stephen began following NASCAR at age 9 after attending his first race at Texas Motor Speedway.

Follow on Twitter @stephen_stumpf.

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