Driver Development

Venturini Motorsports (VMS) remains true to it’s humble beginnings by continuing to field entries in the feeder series of ARCA and cultivating tomorrow’s drivers, mechanics, crew chiefs, and pit crew members.

VMS is committed to the ARCA Racing Series. Considered one of the cornerstone teams in the series, VMS has called ARCA home for the last 30-years. We pride ourselves on developing successful long-term relationships.

The company has had great success developing drivers and other team members to participate in premier levels of NASCAR competition. Such notable drivers include: Joey Logano, Erik Jones, William Byron, Justin Allgaier, Alex Bowman, Brian Scott, Ryan Blaney, Brennan Poole, Daniel Suarez, Brandon Jones and John Wes Townley.

We work with our drivers in several areas – on track coaching, media training, sponsor relations and core fitness levels. We use different technology assets such as dartfish and race film study to enhance the driver’s on track performance.

We believe that to achieve success in higher levels of racing, drivers must enter the scene as prepared as possible, as well rounded as possible, mentally and physically driven to have a leg up on their competition.

As we look at the potential of each developing driver we assess strengths and weaknesses and work on bringing all aspects of the person into their prime. Once achieved, we focus our efforts on the brand building of those drivers through marketing, public relations, and the online world.

When working with Venturini Motorsports, drivers can be assured that they will move on prepared, focused and successful. Venturini Motorsports takes pride in attracting and developing world class race car drivers with real potential of becoming tomorrow’s future NASCAR stars!

ARCA Racing Series Driver Development Stats

Date Starts Wins Top 5 Top 10 Poles
2017 53 1 12 32 1
2016 61 4 25 43 2
2015 47 1 18 27 4
2014 70 5 23 44 5
2013 85 6 22 44 6
2012 91 3 21 38 4
2011 49 3 13 23 7
2010 50 4 16 29 3
2009 31 2 8 18 0
2008 20 2 9 13 2
2007 3