2020 ARCA Menards Series National Schedule

Chandler Smith drover for Venturini Motorsports in 2019, seen here practicing at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida in March. (Daniel Vining/PixelatedSPEED)

DAYTONA BEACH, Florida (January 7, 2020) — Now that the holiday season has concluded, everyone in the racing industry is getting back into the groove and preparations for the upcoming racing season are in full swing.

For the ARCA Menards Series, preseason testing is the next event on the agenda.

Open testing for the Lucas Oil 200 in February at Daytona International Speedway is set to get underway on January 10, 2020 and span both the 10th and 11th, with Monday, January 12th set as a rain date if needed.

Testing marks the unofficial start to the ARCA season, which now fully under the NASCAR umbrella, has set itself atop a three division structure, with the ARCA National Series taking center stage, racing 20 races, in 20 places, in 2020.

Here is the ARCA Menards Series 2020 National Schedule:

1.February 8Daytona International SpeedwayFS1
2.March 6Phoenix RacewayFS1
3.April 19Salem SpeedwayMAVTV
4.April 24Talladega SuperspeedwayFS1
5.May 21Charlotte Motor SpeedwayFS1
6.May 29Mid-Ohio Sports Car CourseFS1
7.June 5Michigan International SpeedwayMAVTV
8.June 18Chicagoland SpeedwayFS1
9.June 25Pocono RacewayMAVTV
10.July 3Lucas Oil Raceway at IndianapolisMAVTV
11.July 11Elko SpeedwayMAVTV
12.July 17Iowa SpeedwayMAVTV
13.August 2World Wide Technologies Raceway at GatewayMAVTV
14.August 7Madison International SpeedwayMAVTV
15.August 18Watkins Glen InternationalMAVTV
16.August 23Illinois State FairgroundsMAVTV
17.September 5DuQuoin State Fairgrounds RacetrackMAVTV
18.September 17Bristol Motor SpeedwayFS1
19.September 26Memphis International SpeedwayMAVTV
20.October 16Kansas SpeedwayFS2

– Daniel Vining, Twitter: @danielvining

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