Carson Hocevar Leads VanDoorn Racing Development 125 Entries at Flat RockZach Hiser
Flat Rock, MI—He won the Glass City 100 at Toledo Speedway, the Redbud 400 and the Winchester 400 ARCA/CRA Super Series events last season at the age of 17. Now 18 years old, Hocevar just won the Money in the Bank 150 at Berlin Raceway for the second year in a row, and, oh, by the way, is a full-time competitor with Niece Motorsports in the Camping World NASCAR Truck Series, where he finished second at Charlotte Motor Speedway just a couple of weeks ago.
Hocevar will he make his way from the Friday night Nashville Truck race to Flat Rock Speedway for Saturday’s VanDoorn Racing Development 125 for the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS stock-bodied Super Late Models. Hocevar will not only be up against the stars and point leaders of the Series, but he will have to deal with several Flat Rock competitors who are readying their cars to battle for top honors Saturday night, June 19.
Two drivers entered have already won ARCA Moran Chevrolet Outlaw Late Model feature races at “The Rock” and now turn their attention to their CRA rides-Justin Schroeder and Jeff Vrsek, as is Flat Rock 4-time Champion Eric Lee. Young gun Ethan Stadniczuk, moving up from the Street Stock wars, has also filed an entry, along with Michigan native Michael Simko, an ARCA/CRA Super Series full-time driver now, who has competed throughout his career at Flat Rock. Veteran Michigan racer Harold Fair Jr. and Michigan native Hayden Sprague are also entered and have competed at Flat Rock this season in the Outlaw Late Models.
Kyle Crump, Jimmy Tucker, Kevin Cremonesi, three Michigan natives, are also on the entry list. Crump, an ARCA/CRA Super Series event winner at Kalamazoo Speedway in 2019, led the Outlaw Super Late Model Joy Fair Memorial 100 for 70 laps on May 29 and appeared on his way to victory, but retired with mechanical issues. Former Michigan resident Steve Dorer, who now resides in Lakeland, FL, will also compete in Saturdays event.
Current ARCA/CRA Super Series point leader Hunter Jack of Auburn, IN will make the trip to Flat Rock to work on his point lead, as is Scotty Tomasik, the driver chasing Jack for the top spot in the standings.
The Victory Custom Trailers CRA Junior Late Models and the track’s ARCA DTS Drive Train Specialists Street Stocks will also be in action.
Tickets will go on sale race day at the track at 4 p.m. There is no advance sale for this race. Practice for the ARCA/CRA Super Series kicks off the day at 4p.m. with racing starting at 7 p.m.
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