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Automobile Racing Club of America

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The Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA) is an auto racing sanctioning body in the United States, founded in 1953 by John Marcum. The current president of ARCA is Ron Drager, who took over the position 1996 following the death of Bob Loga. The ARCA Series races stock cars similar to those seen in past years in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, and indeed most cars used in the ARCA Racing Series were previously used in NASCAR. ARCA's competitors contain a mix of both professional racers as well as hobby racers alike, in addition to younger competitors trying to make a name for themselves, sometimes driving as part of a driver development program for a NASCAR team. Most ARCA Racing Series races are broadcast on either Fox Sports 1 or CBS Sports Network, and they have been previously broadcast on ESPN, USA Network, MAVTV, NBCSN, TBS and TNT.
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