Josh Brock got back into victory lane Saturday at Anderson Speedway for the first time in 2020. The Corbin, Kentucky native put on a show with his No. 17 Stream Restoration Specialists Super Late Model and scored his second ARCA/CRA Super Series win at the...read more
July 4 – ARCA/CRA Super Series – Jennerstown Speedway (PA)
June 13 – Anderson Speedway – ARCA/CRA – Qual 4 | Start 6 | Finish 1
Josh Brock was having a good 2017 season, his first ever to race with the ARCA/CRA Super Series. Going into the Kil-Kare Raceway event in July, Brock had not been feeling well, and doctors had finally pin pointed the problem, he had Cancer in the form of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Brock went ahead and raced in the Kil-Kare event, but that ended up being his last race of the 2017 season, after doctors told him it was in his best interest to step out of the race car while he began the process of fighting the Cancer. At the time Brock was close to the top in both series Championship points and Senneker Performance Rookie of the Year points, but a more important battle was ahead for Brock and his family.