CGS Imaging, one of America’s premier large format graphic printers and installers headquartered in Holland, Ohio, has extended its agreement with the ARCA Menards Series to serve as the entitlement sponsor of the CGS Imaging 4 Crown, a series within the overall series that celebrates ARCA’s diverse schedule. 

The races that comprise the CGS Imaging 4 Crown in 2024 will include the April 20 race at Talladega Superspeedway, July 19 at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park, September 1 at DuQuoin State Fairgrounds, and September 13 at Watkins Glen International. 

“Our relationship with Chuck and Carol Stranc and CGS Imaging has been great for the series,” said ARCA president Ron Drager. “The quality of the products they deliver to us on a regular basis is unmatched. Part of what makes this partnership so fruitful is they are race fans, and they truly enjoy helping not just us as the sanctioning body but the other sponsors and the race teams with some of the most unique branding projects in the American sports landscape.” 

“We’ve had a long and productive relationship with ARCA and the ARCA Menards Series,” Chuck Stranc, president and CEO of CGS Imaging, said. “It has allowed us to create other business in the motorsports sector, locally, regionally, and nationally. Our relationship with ARCA has allowed us to open doors that might not have opened otherwise.” 

The CGS Imaging 4 Crown Championship dates to 1984 when future NASCAR Hall of Famer Davey Allison won the inaugural title. Since then, 27 other drivers have earned a 4 Crown championship, including series champions Lee Raymond, Tracy Leslie, Bob Keselowski, Bobby Bowsher, Bill Venturini, Tim Steele, Frank Kimmel, Bill Baird, Chris Buescher, Grant Enfinger, Chase Briscoe, Austin Theriault, Bret Holmes, and Ty Gibbs.   

In 2023, rookie driver Andres Perez earned his first CGS 4 Crown championship driving for team owner Max Siegel’s Rev Racing team. Perez, from Mexico City, scored a fourth-place finish in the first round at Talladega Superspeedway, and followed it with a fifth-place finish on the short track at Elko Speedway. The road course round at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course didn’t go Perez’s way as he finished a season-worst 15th, but he rebounded with a career-best second-place finish on the dirt mile at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield to lock down the title. 

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