Arthur Carle drives the #93 Street Stock
Class car. His home track is Jackson County Speedway but he can
also be found racing at Cedar County Speedway, Quad City Speedway,
Hawkeye Raceway, Davenport Speedway, and East Alabama Motor Speedway.
He lives in Calamus, IA.
Team members helping Art are: Bill
Adams, Klay Letcher, Mike Mangan. Bill Adams is the car owner.
Art started racing in 1985 in the
Bombers Class at Hawkeye Raceway because he'd been around racing all his
life with his uncle, Orville Fulton, owning a Midget and a Sprint car
and his cousin, Matt Fulton, starting in a "lightning car" now known as
the IMCA Modified. Art's first win was in 1986 in the Bomber Class
at Hawkeye Raceway. Career highlights include meeting Bill Adams
and being able to start racing seriously in 1994. The greatest
highlight is Bill and Art winning their first Feature together in 1999.
The thrill of racing for Art is the
overwhelming feeling that he has when rolling down the backstretch, in
starting lineup formation, about 10 deep rolling out of 4 and seeing and
hearing all the cars around him light and take off! His most
exciting racing moment was winning in his buddy Klay Letcher's
B-Modified from the 15th starting position and being involved in a crash
on the first lap of 12. He's most proud of rolling over on
Saturday night and having the car back on the track the following
Art's racing hero is Tony Stewart.
Of racing, Art says, "If you ever have
the chance to drive a race car, take it! Racing is a very
demanding sport to be in!".
Art's favorite racing website is