ENEOS US - Arca Menards Series
ARCA Menards Series

For 2020, the NASCAR K&N Pro Series (East and West divisions) was rebranded as the ARCA Menards Series, and will similarly offer East and West divisions. Under the new name, the series American stock car series will represent the premier division of the Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA). And as such, it will continue to be a feeder series into the three national NASCAR series.

ARCA was founded in 1953 by John and Mildred Marcum and acquired by NASCAR in April 2018. The organization administers more than 100 events each year in multiple racing series, including the ARCA Menards Series, the ARCA Menards Series East and West, the ARCA/CRA Super Series and the ARCA Midwest Tour, and more.

ENEOS US - Arca - Gracie Trotter


Gracie Trotter, 18, is moving up to the 2020 ARCA Menards Series from Super Late Models and Legends cars. The Denver, NC driver is a third-generation racer who began competing in karts at the age of eight. Trotter honed her racing skills and works to stay sharp by continuing to race Legends cars.

At Charlotte Motor Speedway in 2017, she became the first female to win in the Young Lions division, and the following year she finished second in points in the Summer Shootout, as the highest finishing female driver. She went on to win the 2019 Winter Heat Series championship and also won round five of the summer shootout in the Semi-Pro Division.

Trotter also began racing Super Late Models in 2017, competing in the CARS Tour and PASS Series. In 2019, she began racing a late model for Rev Racing in the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Driver Development Program, where she continues to compete.

For 2020, Trotter with drive the #99 ENEOS Toyota Camry in the ARCA Menards Series for Bill McAnally Racing.