Caruth dropped a trailer for the new series on October 4. He announced that he will start his show this fall with the first season of seven episodes. The clip showed a montage of him competing in ARCA Menards . Seriesas well as photos of him early in life.
Carruth has not provided any other details about what the series will cover. He didn’t say if his time in the Camping World Truck and Xfinity series would make the final edit. However, it seems likely that his first appearances in the two National Series were important moments in his racing career.
Focus on ARCA Menards Series competition is appropriate
It only makes sense that the trailer would feature heavily on the ARCA Menards series. After all, Caruth is a full-time driver of the series, and has been a championship contender all year.
Carruth got off to a hot start in his first full-time season. He scored eight top 10 and five top five finishes in the first 10 races of the year, which helped him position himself at the top of the points standings. He has since lost crucial points with two mechanical issues and a crash while fellow Rev Racing driver Nick Sanchez has three wins.
Carruth is now third overall in the ARCA Menards Series standings with one race remaining on the schedule. He is 37 points behind Daniel Day of GMS Racing and 39 points behind Sanchez.
Carruth will have a chance to close the season hard when the ARCA Menards series heads to Toledo Speedway. He will face Sanchez and Day among others over the course of 200 laps at the end of the season on October 8.
Carruth has another national chain starting to survive
Caruth had a fairly busy racing schedule in 2022. He competed full time in the ARCA Menards series while also starting three series of the Camping World Truck series and 4 of the Xfinity series.
This table includes Best position in eleventh place At the Global Technology Raceway at No. 7 Spire Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado. Carruth also finished 25th at the Richmond Raceway before ending in a crash on his trip to Bristol Motor Speedway.
According to previous schedule announcements From Alpha Prime Racing, Carruth has two Xfinity Series races remaining in 2022. He will return to the Tommy Joe Martins organization operated by Tommy Joe Martins at Martinsville Speedway on October 29 and Phoenix Raceway on November 5.
Caruth has seen both highs and lows during his Xfinity debut season. Finished 24 In Richmond Raceway and 25 at Kansas Speedway in the Alpha Prime Racing entry.
Carruth then finished 38th at Dover Motor Speedway after a suspension issue and 38th at Pocono Raceway after making a foul and causing an Alex Lapp collecting wreck. This second incident was a learning moment for Carruth, which should only benefit him in heading into future races.
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