Ross Kenseth, the son of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series veteran Matt Kenseth, will attempt to make his first start of the season in the Automobile Racing Club of America series in the Oct. 3 season finale at Kansas Speedway.
Ross, 21, will drive the No. 3 Chevrolet for RACE 101 and it will be his first career start on a track 1-mile or more in distance. Kenseth has made one previous ARCA start, winning the pole and finishing sixth last year at Madison, Wisc.
"I think Kansas presents a lot of challenges
for us with this being our first race together. We’re all going in
with realistic expectations, but I’m certainly going to do whatever I
can to make the most of this opportunity and get this team the best
finish possible," Ross said.
Ross Kenseth has won over 30 late model races throughout the country over the past six years,
including the prestigious Winchester 400 and All-American 400 in 2012.
He’s currently second in the ARCA/CRA Super Series championship standings with two races remaining in that series' season.