Sunday, June 20th will be a Father’s Day event that Milwaukee families will not want to miss. Four thrilling series of racing action are headed back to the historic Milwaukee Mile after a one year hiatus due to COVID-19.
The ARCA Midwest Tour, which brought a spectacular show to the Mile in 2019, will be making their much anticipated return. The series is looking to continue their momentum from the 2019 show and give thousands of fans a Father’s day to remember. With over 30 super late models pre-entered for the event, fans can expect a car count of up to 40. A full field of cars will beat and bang side-by-side on the world’s oldest operating motor speedway.
Joining the ARCA Midwest Tour, will be the Midwest Truck Touring Series. Like the ARCA series, the Midwest Truck tour is expected to see over 30 trucks grace the asphalt, for what will definitely be “edge of your seat” racing action.
This year, the Midwest Truck Series has seen 7 rookies join the ranks of their matured tour. Along with the rookies, a dominant female has also joined in their ranks as well. A.J. Kreager, who drives the #86 truck has already racked up one win this season and will be looking for not only her second win but a crowning point in her career winning at the beloved Mile.
Grandstands and ticket offices will open at 9am on Sunday, June 20th, Practice for divisions will begin at 9:30am, racing will begin at 1pm with feature racing beginning at 3pm. Fans can enter at gates 4 and 5 to purchase tickets and park, Will Call will be at the expo center ticket office by gate 4.
Top Stories:*Father’s Day return to the world’s oldest operating race track, The Milwaukee Mile at the Milwaukee State Fairgrounds. Four series of racing coming to the one mile oval, The ARCA Midwest Touring Series, The Midwest Truck Touring Series, Mid American Stock Cars, Upper Midwest Vintage Series.
*A full field of cars for each series will beat and bang going three and possibly four wide around the roomy Mile.
*Last year’s ARCA Midwest Tour Series Milwaukee Mile winner Austin Nason, will be looking to take home the trophy again this year after not being able to race on the track for over a year now.
*Midwest Truck Series will see seven rookies get their first chance at the mile. A bucket list opportunity for any race car driver, many will push to see their dreams come true this fathers day at the historic mile.
*Also joining the truck series will be a very fast and talented female driver, the #86 of A.J. Kreager, who already has one win of the 2021 season, and will be looking for number two. Also looking to make history and become the first female to take home the win at the world’s oldest operating racetrack.
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