The ARCA OK Tire Sportsman series heads to the most northern track of the series this weekend June 16 in Prince George B.C. The symmetrical 3/8 mile oval has hosted many great ARCA races and usually has a racey second groove to keep things interesting. Mark Berriau leads the points going into the half-way mark in the season, with Ian Graham and Ryley Seibert close behind. Mark is the defending winner of the PG race. This race is often a turning point for championship contenders. Who will lead and who will follow. Rookie Jeff Cameron holds a nineteen point lead over challenger Barry Clayton in the Red Bluff Pub rookie standings, and one issue could be the difference for both drivers. Come on out to PGARA and see some great racing and enjoy a great time as the track celebrates 60 years of racing with a BBq, live music and a fireworks show. See you at the track.
PG Racer information:
Track will be open from Thursday evening on for campers. No charge for camping.
Reminder that ARCA continues the NO PRACTICE POLICY 5 Days Prior to the event, at that venue.
Gates open at noon Saturday.
On track at 2.00 – 2.45 first ARCA practice
Rotating 15-20 minute practices with street stocks and Minis from 2.45 until 5.00
5:30 ARCA drivers meeting
6:00 qualifying mini, streets, ARCA
6:45 Canadian anthem, all drivers and crew lined up on the front straight away.
7:00 Minis and streets dashes, followed by ARCA, street and mini heats