Breaking News: ARCA Series Bids Adieu to Historic Track After 40 Long Years

Published 11/08/2023, 8:33 PM EST

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With the NASCAR extravaganza in the rearview mirror as the 2023 season finally comes to an epic conclusion, fans are already awaiting the 2024 iteration to commence so that they can get their weekly dose of entertainment. However, the fandom was taken aback when Pocono Raceway released a massive statement that would change the course of the organization’s lower division’s history.

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In a shocking turn of events, the ARCA Series, NASCAR’s bottom division of the feeder system, will look at other options, ending its ties with “The Tricky Triangle” after a long-standing partnership of 40 years. While the raceway will not completely end its relationship with the iconic track as per the statement issued, the series will probably consider other options as the 2.5-mile track takes a hiatus from the schedule.

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This will be the first time since the 1980s that Pocono Raceway, despite hosting the ARCA events and witnessing the rise of NASCAR champions like Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson, will not be part of the schedule, delivering a shocker to fans as Fox Sports’ Bob Pockrass breaks the news to the community.

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