2011 ARCA Racing Series
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|2011 ARCA Racing Series|
The 2011 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards is the 59th season of the ARCA Racing Series. The season included nineteen races, down from twenty, and began with the Lucas Oil Slick Mist 200 at Daytona International Speedway and ending with the Federated Car Care 200 at Toledo Speedway. Ty Dillon of Richard Childress Racing won the season championship.
The 2011 series schedule was announced in December 2010.
|1||Lucas Oil Slick Mist 200||Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach||February 12|
|2||3 Amigos 250||Talladega Superspeedway, Talladega||April 15|
|3||Kentuckiana Ford Dealers 200||Salem Speedway, Salem||May 1|
|4||Menards 200 presented by Federated Car Care||Toledo Speedway, Toledo||May 15|
|5||ModSpace 150||New Jersey Motorsports Park, Millville||May 22|
|6||The Messina Wildlife Animal Stopper 150||Chicagoland Speedway, Joliet||June 4|
|7||Pocono ARCA 200||Pocono Raceway, Pocono||June 11|
|8||The RainEater Wiper Blades 200||Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn||June 17|
|9||Winchester ARCA 200 presented by Federated Auto Parts||Winchester Speedway, Winchester||June 25|
|10||Hantz Group 200||Berlin Raceway, Marne||July 9|
|11||Prairie Meadows 200||Iowa Speedway, Newton||July 16|
|12||Ansell Protective Gloves 200||Lucas Oil Raceway, Brownsburg||July 28|
|13||Pennsylvania ARCA 125||Pocono Raceway, Pocono||August 6|
|14||Allen Crowe Memorial 100||Illinois State Fairgrounds, Springfield||August 21|
|15||Herr's Live Life with Flavor! 200||Madison International Speedway, Rutland||August 26|
|16||Southern Illinois 100||DuQuoin State Fairgrounds, Du Quoin||September 5|
|17||Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA Fall Classic by Federated Car Care||Salem Speedway, Salem||September 17|
|18||Kansas Lottery 98.9||Kansas Speedway, Kansas City||October 7|
|19||Federated Car Care 200||Toledo Speedway, Toledo||October 16|
- Palm Beach International Raceway, Texas Motor Speedway, Mansfield Motorsports Park, and Rockingham Speedway were removed from the schedule.
- Winchester Speedway, Lucas Oil Raceway, and Madison International Speedway were added to the schedule.
- Salem Speedway's race date was moved from April to May.
- New Jersey Motorsports Park's race date moved from August to May.
- Chicagoland Speedway's race date was moved from August to June to coincide with the STP 300 Nationwide Series race.
- Winchester Speedway was added to the schedule.
- Berlin Raceway's race date moved from August to July.
- The Federated Car Care 200, held at Toledo Speedway, was moved from September to October, causing it to become the season ending race.
Results and standingsEdit
|No.||Driver||Points||Wins||Top 5||Top 10|
|6||Tom Hessert III||4335||0||7||13|
|7||Tim George, Jr.||4325||1||8||10|