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PIT BOX: ARCA Menards Series returns to action at Kansas Speedway for Dutch Boy 150

After taking two weekends off, the ARCA Menards Series returns to action Saturday afternoon at Kansas Speedway for the running of the Dutch Boy 150.

The Dutch Boy 150 at the 1.5-mile tri-oval is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. CT / 2 p.m. ET and broadcast live on FS1 with a live stream available on the Fox Sports App.

Saturday’s race, the fourth of 20 on the schedule this year for the ARCA Menards Series, will be the 24th time the series has traveled to Kansas Speedway. Ty Gibbs and Nick Sanchez split a pair of ARCA events at the track last season.

Tickets to Saturday’s Dutch Boy 150 are available. Below is everything to know about the event.


Dutch Boy 150 at Kansas Speedway

WHAT TO WATCH FOR:

21 Ksc Dutch Boy 150 4c

For the first time in his young career, Rajah Caruth enters an ARCA Menards Series event as the championship points leader.

Caruth heads to Kansas for the Dutch Boy 150 at the top of the standings after three races, but he has a mirror full of his Rev Racing teammate Nick Sanchez.

Sanchez is coming off his second ARCA Menards Series victory in the most recent race at Talladega Superspeedway, where he used a three-wide move moments before the final caution flag waved to steal the lead and secure the victory.

Both drivers are among the expected participants for the Dutch Boy 150.

Venturini Motorsports heads to Kansas with three entries, headlined by Daytona victor Corey Heim in the No. 20 Toyota, who was one of the drivers Sanchez passed at Talladega to earn the victory.

Toni Breidinger continues her full season of competition with Venturini in the No. 25 Toyota, while Gus Dean picks up an additional ARCA event with Venturini in the No. 15 Toyota.

Nick Sanchez, in the No. 2 Rev Racing Toyota, races under Kyle Sieg, in the No. 28 RSS Racing Chevrolet, during the Dutch Boy 150 at Kansas Speedway on May 1, 2021. (Photo: Rich Corbett/ARCA Racing)
Nick Sanchez, in the No. 2 Rev Racing Chevrolet, races under Kyle Sieg, in the No. 28 RSS Racing Chevrolet, during the Dutch Boy 150 at Kansas Speedway on May 1, 2021. (Photo: Rich Corbett/ARCA Racing)

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Drew Dollar returns to pilot the No. 18 Toyota for Kyle Busch Motorsports, and Connor Mosack takes the reins of the No. 23 Chevrolet for Bret Holmes Racing.

With Scott Melton recovering from a leg injury following a crash at Talladega Superspeedway last month, Will Kimmel will return to ARCA competition as the driver of the No. 69 Toyota.

South Africa’s Arnot Kok is expected to make his second ARCA Menards Series start Saturday afternoon, while Ron Vandermeir Jr. is slated to make his season debut after making three ARCA starts last season.

Other expected entries include Greg Van Alst, Amber Balcaen, Alex Clubb and Ryan Huff, among others.

The complete entry list for Saturday’s Dutch Boy 150 can be found here.

RACING REFERENCE:

RACE FACTS

RACE Dutch Boy 150
PLACE Kansas Speedway
DATE Saturday, May 14, 2022
TIME 1 p.m. CT / 2 p.m. ET
TV CHANNEL FS1
RADIO MRN / SiriusXM (XM channel 391, online channel 981) / ARCARacing.com
TRACK LAYOUT 1.5-mile paved tri-oval
LAPS 100
EVENT SCHEDULE Saturday, May 14: Practice / Qualifying at 9:45 – 10:30 a.m. CT … Race at 1 p.m. CT (FS1)

CREW CHIEF HANDOUT: The starting field for the Dutch Boy 150 is limited to 30 plus provisional positions. This event will be run under the 2022 ARCA Menards Series rules, procedures, regulations and specifications.

QUALIFYING: Starting lineup set by each car’s fastest lap recorded during combined practice / qualifying session.

RACE PIT STOP: Modified live pit stop procedure. There will be an ARCA competition caution at or near Lap 50. All cars will be required to make at least one pit stop prior to last 10 laps of race.

The maximum tire allotment available for this event is as follows: Per ARCA Rulebook, maximum number of tires allowed in pit box for use in race is eight (8).