2012: Chris Buescher, in only his second full season, earns the 2012 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards national driving championship for Roulo Brothers Racing in ARCA's 60th Anniversary Season. The title also marks the first car owner championship for Gary and Russ Roulo. Buescher wins four races overall at Toledo, Michigan, Berlin and Madison among 12 top-five finishes and 15 top-10s. In addition to earning two Menards Pole Awards presented by Ansell at Salem and Winchester, the Prosper, Texas driver leads 394 laps in eight races. In Special Awards, Buescher earns Bill France Four Crown title while Gary Roulo earns Cometic Crew Chief of the Year honors, and Russ Roulo earns Klotz Engine Mechanic of the Year. Frank Kimmel finishes second in driver points, just 75 markers from Buescher, extending his 21st consecutive season of a top-10 points finish. His victories at Lucas Oil Raceway and the Springfield mile dirt snap a near four-year winless streak. Kimmel's 76 career wins overall are second on the all-time win list to only Iggy Katona, who leads with 79. Kimmel's 290 laps-led in 2012 bring his all-time laps-led mark to 10,624. Rookie Brennan Pole, with two wins at Pocono and Elko, finishes third in driver points overall while his car owner Cathy Venturini earns the Hoosier Superspeedway Challenge Championship. Alex Bowman finishes fourth in driver points, and matches Buescher's four-win mark with victories at Salem, Winchester, Iowa and Kansas. Bowman also earns Messina Rookie of the Year award and Menards Pole Award presented by Ansell with five poles overall. Chad Hackenbracht, after earning a career-first win at Pocono, finishes fifth in driver points. Veteran Bobby Gerhart earns record eighth Daytona victory.
2011: Ty Dillon, in his rookie season, earns the 2011 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards national driving title while his grandfather and car owner Richard Childress wins the car owner championship. Dillon wins 7 races overall at Talladega, Toledo, Chicagoland, Pocono, Michigan, Iowa and Lucas Oil Raceway. Overall, his mark of 13 top-fives and 16 top-10s proves insurmountable in his quest for the series crown. Dillon also earns the most Menards Pole Awards by Ansell with 7 overall. Dillon also leads the most laps with 678 laps led in 14 races. Dillon's ARCA experience will serves as a springboard to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series where he will complete fulltime for Richard Childress Racing. Chris Buescher, on the strength of 3 wins at DuQuoin, Salem and Toledo, earns 14 top-five and 16 top-10s en route to his second place championship points finish for Roulo Brothers Racing. In addition, Buescher earns the most points on ARCA's superspeedways giving Roulo Brothers Racing the Hoosier Superspeedway Challenge Championship. Buescher also earns the Rookie of the Year title by just two points over Dillon. Veteran Frank Kimmel finishes third in points making it his 20th consecutive top-10 series points finish. Grant Enfinger and Chad MuCumbee finish fourth and fifth in championship points consecutively. McCumbee also earns the Bill France Four Crown championship.
2010: Patrick Sheltra holds off Craig Goess over the final three races to win his first ARCA Racing Series national title by just 20 points, one of the closest margins in series history. Sheltra also becomes the first driver/car owner combo to win both driver and car owner titles in the same year since Benny Parsons did the same in 1969. Sheltra earns two wins at the Illinois State Fairgrounds mile-dirt and Chicagoland Speedway. Overall, his mark of 12 top-fives and 17 top-10s proves insurmountable in his quest for the series crown. Goess, earning 10 top-fives and 15 top-10s, including a win at Pocono, finishes a career-best second in series standings. Goess utilizes his ARCA experience as a springboard into the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series where he will compete fulltime in 2011. Tom Hessert finishes a career-best third in points, just 105 points from the lead with veteran Frank Kimmel trailing in fourth. Kimmel's top-10 points finish is his 19th consecutive top-10 series points finish. Dakoda Armstrong, teammate to Hessert, wins Rookie of the Year honors. In all, there are 14 different winners in 2010, 12 of which are first-time winners, a record for any one season. The series also delivers its largest audience in SPEED network history with an average of seven million viewers following. ARCA's average Neilson rating for the 2010 season was .461, up 37% from the 2009 average of .336. Racing star Danica Patrick's stock car debut at Daytona highlighted ARCA's Daytona television coverage, as the 2.30 overall household rating was also the highest in series history. RE/MAX's tenure as title sponsor comes to a conclusion as Menards becomes the sole presenting sponsor going forward. George Mergen and Griffin Hickman join the full time ARCA Racing Series office staff.