By Christian Koelle, Staff Writer
Cram Racing Enterprises have announced they will field entries at both Talladega and Charlotte.
ARCA veteran Benny Chastain will return to the organization at Talladega. Chastain piloted the No. 94 for Cram Racing Enterprises at Daytona in February to a 20th place finish. The return marks his return to Talladega Superspeedway. He hasn’t started a race at Talladega since 2014 and has six total starts to his credit in the past.
Chris Hacker was expected to make his ARCA Menards Series debut at Daytona but a positive COVID-19 test sidelined him during the important ARCA test at Daytona. Hacker will now make his ARCA Menards Series debut at the Charlotte Motor Speedway next month.
Hacker made his sole ARCA Menards Series West start last season with Fast Track Racing at Phoenix finishing 15th. He was expected to test with Dawson Cram and Cram Enterprises. However, after receiving the positive test, he was forced to quarantine ultimately resulting in him missing the crucial test session.
See ya soon Charlotte! 🤙🏽 pic.twitter.com/d09XalRqbx
— Chris Hacker (@chrishacker_) March 22, 2021
Cram Racing Enterprises didn’t compete in the second race of the season at Phoenix. Daytona was the only other ARCA Menards Series event that the team has competed in this season. Cram Racing Enterprises has competed in four of the five NASCAR Camping World Truck Series this season with Dawson Cram piloting the truck in three races and Cody Erickson in the most recent race at Bristol.