Venturini Motorsports Berlin Pre-Race Fast Facts

Series: ARCA Menards Series

Track: Berlin Raceway

Race: Berlin ARCA 200 at Berlin Raceway

Duration: 200 laps / 88 miles

Date / TV: 6/17/2023 – 8 p.m. ET on FS1 

Previous Success at Berlin: Venturini Motorsports returns to Berlin Raceway this season with a record of success at the track. VMS has captured the victory twice before at the famous track with Erik Jones in 2013 and Dalton Sargeant in 2016.

Jesse Love’s Recent Triumph: The 18 year old driver has captured a victory at his last three race entries, Talladega Superspeedway, Kansas Speedway, and Charlotte Motor Speedway. Now leading in the Driver’s Championship standings, Love, a two time ARCA Menards Series West Champion, looks to carry this momentum going into the Berlin Race Weekend. 

Toni Breidinger Pulling Double Duty: Toni Breidinger will be making her seventh Venturini Motorsports start of the season. Following the ARCA Menards Series race at Berlin Raceway this weekend, Toni Breidinger will be taking on a GR Cup race. 

Sean Hingorani’s Second Main Series Start: Following his recent successes in the West Series, Hingorani returns to the ARCA Menards Series for a second outing this season. Hingorani made his debut with Venturini Motorsports at the combined ARCA/ARCA West race at Phoenix Raceway. 

Toni Breidinger Back on Track in the No.25 Toyota Camry: This weekend Breidinger will be carrying the support of Pit Viper in the number 25 Toyota Camry.

VMS to Pursue Three Different Titles: The VMS 2023 season is the first in ARCA history that a team is in contention for all three of the Championship titles. VMS is in the midst of challenging for the East and West Series Championships with Sean Hingorani on top of their traditional ARCA Menards Series season run. The team has collected a total of six victories so far this season across the three different series. 

VMS Chasing Their 90th ARCA Win: Venturini Motorsports has already secured the title of winningest team in the history of the series and continues to build on their existing record. Jesse Love picked up the team’s first ever win at Charlotte Motor Speedway and 89th win in the series as a team at the end of May. The VMS team looks to add a 90th win to their books. 

Jesse Love – No. 20 JBL Toyota Camry

Regarding the Berlin Race: “4 in a row sure does sound nice! Berlin isn’t my strong suit, but I love a challenge. We will show up to the track with the right mindset, execute, and be smart. If we do that we should leave Berlin with the trophy.”

Toni Breidinger – No. 25 Pit Viper Toyota Camry

Regarding the Berlin Race: “I’m really excited to be getting another shot racing at Berlin. This was a last minute add to my schedule but I’m going to show up prepared and I’m looking forward to building on what I learned last year!”