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Huntersville, N.C. (July 22, 2015) – Arkansas native Cole Rouse, is hoping the trip north to the Hoosier State is the schedule change needed to get his season back on track. The now 18-year-old driver has spent much of 2015 racing down South. Although he has been fast, luck has not been on his side. This weekend he heads to Brownsburg, Ind., and the Lucas Oil Raceway to compete in the Circle City 100 Presented by Greg Hubler Chevrolet.
Rouse and his No. 20 Kevin Crider Motorsports team have been busy building a new car. After breaking a rear end in the Mercy Masters of the Pros 144 at I-44 Speedway located in beautiful Lebanon, Mo., they decided to put their efforts into Rouse’s new No. 20 Super Late Model. Hoping the new car will help bring him some good luck, Rouse heads to the 0.686-mile Lucas Oil Raceway (Ind.) to compete against some of the top drivers and teams in ARCA/CRA Super Series competition. In addition to the ARCA/CRA Super Series Circle City 100 Presented by Greg Hubler Chevrolet, the ARCA Racing Series will also be in action in the Sioux Chief PowerPEX 200 Presented by Federated Car Care live on Fox Sports 1 (FS1) this coming Friday, July 24, 2015.”I am looking forward to getting on track at Lucas Oil Raceway (Ind.),” Rouse said. “Kevin (Crider) and the guys at KCM (Kevin Crider Motorsports) always bring me fast cars and I know they will do the same this weekend. We need something to go our way. I’m ready to turn this season around.”