STATESVILLE, N.C. – Late model driver Trevor Noles will make his ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards debut at Lucas Oil Raceway next Friday, driving for Mason Mitchell Motorsports in the Sioux Chief PowerPEX 200.
Noles will drive the Kinetico Home Water Systems No. 78 car for the former ARCA championship team.
Military Missions in Action will also be featured on the No. 78 next weekend. The charity is dedicated to assisting veterans with disabilities, members of the Armed Forces and their families.
The 21-year-old will be the 11th different driver to race for MMM this year.
“I am Very excited to be making my first ARCA start with a top contending team like Mason Mitchell Motorsports,” Noles said. “I truly am blessed to have the opportunity given to me by so many who have played a big part in my racing career, including family, friends and sponsors.”
“I expect to adapt very well to the heavier ARCA cars. It’s going to be quite a difference than what I am used to in a super late model. Practice is going to be important for us to get up to speed on the track and work together as a team. It’s going to help having veteran crew chief Kevin Reed calling the shots and making changes to the car. He has a lot of experience and I know that we will be fast when it matters.”
“Trevor is a very talented driver, especially on the short tracks,” added team owner Mason Mitchell. “He’s had a lot of success in the late model ranks. I am really looking forward to seeing him make his debut with us next weekend.”
So far this year, Noles has competed in PASS, the CARS Tour, the CRA Super Series and the Southern Super Series.
While Noles has no prior starts at LOR, he does have two starts in the Winchester 400 at Indiana’s Winchester Speedway.
CREDIT: Mason Mitchell Motorsports