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Jesse Love Wins at Michigan ARCA Menards Henry Ford Health 200

In the heart of the Irish Hills of Michigan lies a racetrack that has seen countless memorable moments in racing history. The Michigan International Speedway, a 2-mile oval notorious for high-speed drama, has added another chapter to its storied legacy. Jesse Love, the Venturini Motorsports driver, battled sickness and exhaustion to claim a stunning victory at the ARCA Menards Series Henry Ford Health 200.

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Jesse Love beats out Gus Dean to win the ARCA Menards Series Henry Ford Health 200 at Michigan International Speedway on Friday. Photo by Mike Dickie

On the final restart, in a race that saw six cautions and a lot of mayhem, Love pulled ahead of Gus Dean in the No. 25 Toyota and never looked back. Connor Mosack finished third in the No. 18 Toyota, Andy Jankowiak, fourth in the No. 73 Toyota and Frankie Muniz in the No. 30 Ford

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“Just a lot of good guys around us,” a spent Love said, referring to his Venturini team. “Lost our cool suit, lost the helmet blower, feet blower went out from the heat you get. Just everything."

There were impressive performances throughout the field, but the day ultimately belonged to Love. He showcased a masterful mix of raw speed, composure, and strategic brilliance to capture the checkered flag. This victory marked an important milestone in Love's career, furthering his points lead in the ARCA Menards Series.

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The ARCA Menards Series returns to action Aug. 11 at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park for a combination race with the ARCA Menards Series East. The Reese’s 200 is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. ET.

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Jesse Love Wins at Michigan ARCA Menards Henry Ford Health 200


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