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Michael Lira Searching for Success in ARCA as a 17-year-old

Age is just number, right? Well, that’s at least what one driver in the ARCA Series says. 2013 marked the start of one young man’s journey to the top. Actually, that journey started years ago. Since he was a nine-year-old, Michael Lira has always been in the seat of a race car. Lira currently races for Kimmel Racing – owned by fellow driver Will Kimmel. Working with Will and...

Ingersoll Rand Donates Power Tools to Support Education

Ingersoll Rand, a global leader in compressed air systems and services, power tools, material handling, and fluid management equipment, donated a full suite of its vehicle service power tools, valued at approximately $10,000, as part of its first Ingersoll Rand Race Day. The donation, including the new W5330 Cordless Right Angle Impactool™ and the IQv12 Series of cordless tools...

Will Kimmel, Boston strong in Pocono ARCA Test

LONG POND, Pa. – The ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards  hasn’t seen Will Kimmel in a race car since Talladega in May. Wednesday he was back behind the wheel, testing his No. 69 car at Pocono Raceway for Saturday’s Pocono ARCA 200. Kimmel dominated the leaderboard for a majority of the afternoon session, before drivers starting to make qualifying runs towards the end...

Tristar Motorsports Drive to Stop Diabetes 300: Post Race Report

The Drive to Stop Diabetes 300 is complete at Bristol Motor Speedway.  Each team had their ups and downs throughout the weekend as the track changed and as the temperature changed, but the teams made the proper adjustments to get through the race. Next weekend we head to California's Auto Club Speedway for the 300.   Will Kimmel Finishes 22nd at Bristol Motor...

Ron Burgundy (aka Will Ferrell) Rocked Out For Jimmy Kimmel

Will Ferrell showed up on Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote Anchorman 2–and the world knew what to expect when Christo…
December 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Frank Kimmel wins ARCA race at Winchester Speedway, full race results

Frank Kimmel won the ARCA Series race at Winchester Speedway in Winchester, IN. Rain cancelled qualifying for the event forcing the 23 car field to start via owner points allowing Frank Kimmel to start at the front of the field. The 200 lap race titled the Herr’s Taste the Race 200 was the 79 ARCA win for Kimmel tying him with Iggy Katona for most all-time. Unofficial Results for...
June 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Brennan Poole wins ARCA Patriot Pumps 200 at Michigan

Ryan Blaney began the Patriot Pumps 200 on the pole at Michigan International Speedway but it would be Brennan Poole who crossed the finish line first. Blaney was making his first ARCA start since 2011 and led Brendan Poole and Frank Kimmel around the two mile oval for much of the day before surrendering it late for a green flag pit stop which would trap him a lap down. Blaney would...
June 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Chase Elliott wins ARCA Series race at Pocono, full race results

Chase Elliott won the Pocono 200 at Pocono Raceway on Saturday. Frank Kimmel started on the pole for the race after rain canceled qualifying. Kimmel enjoyed a lengthy stay at the front of the field but coming to the line to complete lap 23 Erik Jones got around Kimmel to take the lead. After Kimmel had trouble on a pitstop he lost the handel on his car and hit the wall damaging his...
June 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Frank Kimmel wins crash filled ARCA race at Talladega, full race results

Frank Kimmel won the ARCA Series race from Talladega Superspeedway thanks in part to rain. The International Motorsports Hall of Fame 250 was highlighted by two crashes just before halfway and was threaten by weather from the start. It was Kimmel’s second win at Talladega. Milka Duno started on the pole for the race after teammate John Wes Townley’s car failed a post qualifying...
May 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Getting Digital: Why Jimmy Kimmel Will Rule Late-Night TV in 2013

Jay Leno is still the king of late-night television, but for how long? The battle for night-owl TV watchers in America will get interesting at the start of 2013, when ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” will move to the 11:35 p.m. EST slot, pitting Kimmel in a showdown with NBC’s “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and the current number two, CBS’ “Late Show with David Letterman...
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September 12, 2012  |  Discuss
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