Friday, June 13, 2014

Austin Theriault wins ARCA race at Michigan International Speedway

Austin Theriault won the Corrigan Oil 200, an ARCA race at Michigan International Speedway on Friday. It was the first career ARCA start for Theriault, a native of Maine.
Theriault drove the No. 66 Venturini Motorsports Toyota.
"I didn't want to make any mistakes," Theriault said. "I just wanted to be in position to make a run for the win.
"Good cars like this don't come too often."
Mason Mitchell finished second in the No. 98 Ford, and Justin Allison was third in the No. 88 Ford.
Brad Smith of Shelby Township finished 17th in the No. 48 Ford owned by James Hylton. Smith completed 87 of the 100 laps.
"In (turns) three and four I felt like I was so much faster than anybody out there," Mitchell, who took over the unofficial ARCA points lead, said.

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