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We hope you'll follow us through the season and our quest to qualify and run in select 2012 ARCA/RE-MAX Series events. Please take some time to learn about the team and its members and see the latest news and results.

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February10th, 2012
12/18/11: Team LaCross Tests at Daytona

The team had worked hard to find new ways to make their Superspeedway car faster and were anxious to find out if they had succeeded. ARCA provides this opportunity with winter testing at Daytona International Speedway. This is the annual preparation for the big race in February.

Chuck Miller and the crew put in several hours of work to fine tune the aerodynamics of the front fascia and the back edge of the roof. They also worked on the front end geometry in an effort to get more aerodynamic compression in the front springs.

On the way down to the test, Brent stopped in Mooresville NC to get an estimate from Brian Smith’s Carolina Fabrication to do some additional aerodynamic body work. He offered some suggests on how to “test” the theories about airflow over the roof.

Upon arriving on Friday, the team of Chuck Miller, Bob Cincotta, John Traphagen, Matt Sheerin, Chris Perry, John Cross and the Burton Family went to work getting the car ready for the track. The first day went well until late in the afternoon, after changing the rear springs (per ARCA rules), Brent found the car to be violently erratic in the corners and almost hit the 3rd turn wall. After bringing it back to the garage and going over it with a fine tooth comb, no apparent cause was found. Time ran out and there was not ...... Click Here for full Story

Here are some Short Clips from the Daytona Test

August 10th, 2011
Another Strong Showing at Pocono

During the running of the Wies Markets 150 ARCA race at Pocono on August 6, 2011, The LaCross Motorsports team demonstrated why they can call Pocono their “home track”.  

The team struggled in practice to get the car to run as fast as they are used to running, they discovered a burned up left front wheel bearing right after a disappointing time trial of 59.9 seconds (normally in the 57 second range).  With ARCA’s permission to make the fix the problem, the team went to work on replacing the wheel bearing in time for the race on Saturday afternoon. Unfortunately, they discovered that the bearing had damaged the spindle and they had to replace the entire lf suspension. As the raced  ...... Click Here for full Story

June 4th, 2011

After a very good qualifying effort (career best 20th), the team was hopeful for a top 15 finish on the lead lap on race day. With the weather looking very much rain, the crew immediately started thinking about pit strategy to be prepared for the likelihood that the race would be shortened due to rain.

Just before the pre-race ceremony, Bill Gerhart stopped by to recruit someone to replace his rear tire carrier. I told him that John Traphagen had the most experience on our team, so Billy drafted him to be the rear tire carrier for the famous Lucas Oil No. 5. With John heading out to play with the "big boys", we drafted Kevin Warren to fill in for him. This filled out our crew as follows:

Bob Thurston, Jr as acting crew chief for Chuck Miller who was unable to make this race Aaron Cross, car chief and jackman Wade Camenga, front tire changer Kevin Warren, front tire carrier Todd Caufield, rear tire changer Bob Cincotta, rear tire carrier Eric Bomboy, gasman Dana Camenga, catch can Duane Canfield, spotter  ...... Click Here for full Story

Click Here for Photos from Pocono 6-4-11

April 25th, 2011

Team LaCross Photos From Daytona



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February 17th, 2011

Team LaCross Fulfills Dreams at Daytona

As a group of short track racers from Central New York, most of the team members had only dreamed of racing at Daytona. But that is exactly what happened on 2/12/11 when Team LaCross Motorsports from Preble, NY took the checkered flag in the ARCA Slick Mist 200 at the World Center of Racing. In the moments after the race, team members embraced and shared emotions that most never thought would happen.

The week went smoothly as the team unloaded the car on Wednesday morning and only had a couple of small compliance issues during  ....... Click Here for full Story

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