By Christian Koelle, Staff Writer
Tim Richmond and Alex Clubb have teamed together to form Richmond Clubb Motorsports and will field cars in the entire 2021 ARCA Menards Series season.
Richmond will run 13 races for the organization while Clubb will run eight other races. They will share a car the entire season with the exception of the race at the Milwaukee Mile in August. The two will run separate entries at that event. Richmond Clubb Motorsports has acquired six cars to use for the 2021 racing season with the use of Ilmor and Yates racing engines, according to a press release.
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— Alex Clubb (@Alex_Clubb_3) January 21, 2021
Richmond, 21, has recorded 31 starts in the ARCA Menards Series with a best finish of ninth at Toledo last year. He finished a career-best eighth in points during his rookie season in 2019. He will make his 2021 season debut on February 13th at Daytona International Speedway. He competed in last season’s opening event at Daytona where he finished 18th.
Clubb, 29, has 10 starts in ARCA with a best finish of 12th in 2019 at Toledo Speedway. He will make his season debut at Kansas Speedway in May. Last year, Clubb finished 18th after turning just one lap in his only start of the year due to vibration issues.
(Photo: Jay Alley/ARCA Racing)