Race Notes: - Daniel Dye will make his first career start at the .686-mile Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park on Friday evening, July 29, in the Reese's 200. - Dye is back in black Friday, behind the wheel of the GMS Racing No. 43 KIX Country, Solar-Fit, Daytona Beach International Airport Chevrolet. - The Deland, Florida driver currently sits third in ARCA Menards Series national points, just nine points from the series lead. - The Reese's 200 can be seen on FS1 and the FOX Sports app Friday at 6:00 p.m. ET. Coverage will also be provided by the Motor Racing Network, on SiriusXM Satelite Radio, and through ARCAracing.com.
- Daniel will also participate in the Reese's Celebrity Pro-Am Go-Kart Challenge at Speedway Indoor Karting on Thursday, July 28. Fans can participate in the event for just $32 per race. Proceeds from the night's activities will benefit Paws and Think. Speedway Indoor Karting is located at 1067 N. Main Street in Speedway, Indiana. - Behind-the-scenes updates and content will be posted to Daniel's Twitter account on race day, @danieldye43.
DD Quote: "I'm pretty excited to get back on a short track with our GMS Chevy on Friday. IRP looks like a fun place to race at with an ARCA car. I've never been there but looking forward to figuring it out."
About Daytona Beach Intl. Airport: Daytona Beach International Airport joins Daniel Dye Racing for the first time with this weekend's Reese's 200 in Indianapolis. Airport branding will be on the rear of Daniel's No. 43, the lower quarter panels, and featured inside the race car as the sponsor of the FS1 broadcast coverage of DD. Daytona Beach International Airport was named Florida's 2021 Commercial Service Airport of the Year by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). Read more about this prestigious designation. Daytona Beach International Airport is a modern facility, with a 10,500 ft. runway that offers direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe through Delta Air Lines and American Airlines.. More than a half million travelers passed through its gates in 2019. In 2021, the airport completed a terminal renovation project which includes a coastal ecology design with emphasis on natural light and the use of a neutral color palette. A new natural stone water tower provides a therapeutic experience for visitors. Technology upgrades include flight and gate information display monitors and LED video walls. Common use systems at the new ticket counters allow new airlines to connect easily to their own networks. New passenger amenities include a mother’s room and renovated business center. More than 50% of the new terminal seating is equipped with built-in charging stations.