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Michael Self Wins at Pensacola Delivering VMS Back-to-Back Victories to Start Season

Michael Self (No. 25 Sinclair Oil Toyota) held off a late race charge from teammates Christian Eckes and Chandler Smith to pick up his fourth career ARCA Menards Series victory in Saturday night’s Pensacola 200 at Five Flags Speedway.

ARCA Menards Series Preview: Five Flags Speedway

On Saturday, Self and the Venturini Motorsports-owned team will make their way to Five Flags Speedway for the first ARCA Menards Series event at the .5-mile short track since 1996. Self will look to capture his first series win on a track shorter than 1 mile. His current best finish in the category is a 2nd at Lucas Oil Raceway in 2017.

Michael Self, Sinclair Oil Turn Focus to Short Track Racing in Next ARCA Start

Michael Self, driver of the No. 25 Sinclair Oil Toyota for Venturini Motorsports will make his first ever start at Five Flags Speedway when the ARCA Menards Series (ARCA) returns to action under the lights Saturday night in Pensacola, FL.

Daytona Heartbreak for Michael Self in ARCA Menards Series Opener

Michael Self (No. 25 Sinclair Oil Toyota) barely had time to let the pre-race jitters subside before abruptly finding himself out of contention on lap three during Saturday’s ARCA Menards Series opening event at Daytona International Speedway. 

ARCA Racing Series Preview: Daytona International Speedway

On Saturday, Self and Sinclair will return to the site of their biggest win, which came one year ago at Daytona International Speedway. This race marks the first of the 2019 ARCA Racing Series season, and Self’s third start at the World Center of Racing. In two previous starts Self has one win.

Self and Sinclair Oil Set to Defend Daytona Title in ARCA Season Opener

Self, 28, the defending Daytona race winner, will kick off his season pursuit of an ARCA championship driving Venturini Motorsports’ flagship No. 25 Sinclair Oil Toyota. Returning to the series for his first full season effort, the Utah native has notched three wins in just 19-career ARCA starts since 2015. The championship contender will be paired with veteran crew chief Shannon Rursch for the upcoming 2019 campaign. 

Sinclair Oil Corporation Teams With Michael Self to Run For ARCA Racing Series Championship

For the third year running, Sinclair Oil Corporation will sponsor ARCA Racing Series driver Michael Self, expanding support in the new year to all 20 races of the 2019 season. “He’s our home-state guy,” said Jack Barger, vice president of Marketing and Supply for Sinclair Oil, “we’ve all loved seeing success for a fellow Utahan and look forward to lots of wins in 2019.” Fans may follow Self’s race results and Sinclair’s involvement at

Self Caps off 2018 With Podium Finish at Kansas

For the third time in his career, Michael Self made the journey to Kansas Speedway for the ARCA Racing Series finale on Friday night, with Sinclair Oil on board his No. 15 Venturini Motorsports Toyota.

ARCA Racing Series Preview: Kansas Speedway

On Friday, Self will not only return to the No. 15 Sinclair Oil/Sapp Bros. Toyota led by crew chief Kevin Reed, he will also return to the site of his first career ARCA Racing Series win, Kansas Speedway. Self has two prior starts at Kansas Speedway in the ARS, with a third place finish accompanying his win.

Defending Kansas Winner Michael Self Looking for Repeat in ARCA Finale

Last year’s Kansas race winner Michael Self (No.15 Sinclair Oil Toyota) will make his final appearance of the year when the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards returns to Kansas Speedway for the series’ Kansas 150 finale on Friday, October 19. 

Self Runs 11th at Lucas Oil Raceway After Mechanical Issue

The last three races have seen some stress and struggle for Michael Self and the No. 55 Sinclair Oil Toyota team, and unfortunately things weren't meant to turn around on Saturday night's Shore Lodge 200 make-up event at Lucas Oil Raceway Park.

ARCA Racing Series Preview: Salem Speedway

After a two month break plus a race-weekend rain-out, Self will head to Salem, Indiana this Saturday to make his first start on the historic, high-banked Salem Speedway. Although Self has never competed at Salem, this won't be his first visit to the track, as he has spotted for current NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Justin Haley in two previous ARCA starts at the .5-mile short track.

Michael Self and Sinclair Set to Make First Start at Historic Salem Speedway

Twenty-seven-year-old driver Michael Self will make his first career start on the high banks of Salem Speedway in Saturday night’s ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards Kentuckiana Ford Dealers Fall Classic 200.

ARCA Racing Series Preview: Lucas Oil Raceway

After a two month break from racing, Self will return to the green and white Sinclair Oil Toyota with Venturini Motorsports this Friday night at Lucas Oil Raceway for his eighth race of the 2018 ARCA Racing Series season. Self has one prior start at LOR, in which he finished second in 2017.

Self and Sinclair Look to Build on Lucas Oil Raceway Park Success

It's been two months since Michael Self last took to the track in the ARCA Racing Series, but this Friday night, Self will climb back aboard the green and white No. 55 Sinclair Oil Toyota and look to build on the success he had earlier in the summer. Self, with Venturini Motorsports, will head to Indianapolis, IN. for the Shore Lunch 200 at the .6-mile Lucas Oil Raceway Park.