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Mason Mitchell Prepared for Iowa Speedway Homecoming

LAS VEGAS, Nv. - 2014 ARCA Menards Series champion, Mason Mitchell, returns home to the 7/8-mile Iowa Speedway for the Atlas 150 Friday evening. Mitchell who grew up 30 minutes from the track in West-Des Moines, Iowa hopes he can earn his second win at the ‘Fastest Short Track on The Planet’ driving the No. 23 Karl Chevrolet for Sigma Performance Services.

Mason Mitchell

In 2015, Mitchell made a last-lap pass to earn his second career ARCA win.

“I still remember taking the checkered flag like it was yesterday,” stated Mitchell. “We worked all race long to make the right adjustments and we put ourselves in an excellent position for the final restart. It was the hardest I’ve ever driven in my life. Victory lane was electric. We will have a lot of friends, family and sponsors in the stands Friday evening.

The win would be extra sweet as Mitchell will celebrate his 30th birthday on June 25th .

Mitchell returned to ARCA in April racing at Kevin Harvick’s Kern Raceway after a nearly six-

year hiatus from the series finishing 18th.

In six starts at Iowa, including his ARCA debut in 2012 Mitchell has one win and five top-ten

finishes with an average finish of 7.7. SPS won the General Tire 200 at Sonoma Raceway racing in the ARCA Menards West with driver Sam Mayer wheeling the No. 23 entry.

The race will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 1 beginning at 8:00pm EST and on the Motor

Racing Network.In addition to his two ARCA starts, he will embark on an extensive dirt racing schedule throughout the Hawkeye state, ranging from dirt trucks to modifieds.

Mason Mitchell Prepared for Iowa Speedway Homecoming


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