Christian Rose Sets Remainder of 2022 ARCA Schedule with Bruce Cook Racing

By Christian Koelle, Staff Writer

Christian Rose will be running a good amount of ARCA Menards Series races to finish out 2022. As the season heads into the middle of springtime, Rose has announced the remainder of his 2022 schedule across all three ARCA series’. His season will have two ARCA East, two ARCA West, and seven ARCA National Series starts. 

Rose has made two starts in the National Series, two starts in the East Series, and three starts in the West Series. He has a career-best finish of seventh coming last season at All American Speedway in the ARCA Menards Series West. 

As noted in Rose’s tweet, his next scheduled race will be at Dover Motor Speedway as he’ll make his third East Series start of the season. He will then compete at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway on May 7th in race number four of the 2022 East season. He is currently not scheduled to run at the Milwaukee Mile and Iowa Speedway but will end the East season in the National/East combination race at Bristol Motor Speedway. 

As for the ARCA Menards Series, Rose has competed in the initial two races of the season but hasn’t had the luck they had been looking for. He has the best finish of 27th at Phoenix but was out at lap 109 due to a crash. He’ll make his return to the national series at Charlotte Motor Speedway next month. Along with Charlotte, Rose is slated to also run Pocono Raceway, Lucas Oil Raceway Park, Michigan International Speedway, Kansas Speedway, Bristol Motor Speedway, and Toledo Speedway. That is seven of the remaining 18 races of 2022. 

Ending his slated schedule, Rose will run two ARCA Menards Series West races in 2022. He will run the Irwindale Speedway race on July 2nd and will end his 2022 season at Phoenix Raceway in November.

After competing in the first races of the season in the ARCA Menards Series and ARCA Menards Series East, Rose is currently 29th in the ARCA Menards Series standings and sixth in East Series standings. He is 30-points outside the points lead in the East Series and could plead his case for running Milwaukee and Iowa to keep his East Series championship chances alive. 

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