Despite racing in just 17 races and having a couple of did not finishes because of accidents, Will Kimmel still managed to finish 11th in the ARCA Racing series points.
K was the operative letter for Will Kimmel III in 2015. He made two starts in the NASCAR Cup series for Frank Stoddard and improved in both races. These two starts came at Kentucky Speedway in July and Kansas Speedway in October.
Will Kimmel (#69 SO Contracting-Circle Track Magazine Ford) was credited with a 21st place DNF in the October 16 ARCA Racing Series season-ending Full Throttle S'loonshine 98.9 at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, KS.
Will Kimmel (No. 69 Portland Recycling-Charlie Wilson Appliance Toyota) led the first practice for the ARCA Racing Series Federated Car Care Fall Classic 200 at Salem (Indiana) Speedway.
Will Kimmel finished fourth in Saturday's ARCA Racing Series race at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, PA.
Will Kimmel was credited with a 29th place DNF in Friday night's ARCA Racing Series race at Talladega (AL) Superspeedway.
Will Kimmel was credited with a 20th place DNF Sunday's ARCA Racing Series race at Salem (IN) Speedway.
Will Kimmel was credited with a 25th place DNF Saturday night's ARCA Racing Series race at Fairgrounds Speedway (Nashville, TN).
The year 2015 represents the 67th consecutive season of competition for Kimmel Racing.
Will Kimmel will pilot the No. 44 Ingersoll Rand Camry in his fifth and final race with TriStar Motorsports this season.
Will Kimmel was credited with a 29th place DNF in Saturday's season-ending ARCA Racing Series race at Kansas Speedway.
Will Kimmel, John Wes Townley and GMS Racing teammates Spencer Gallagher and Grant Enfinger nailed down the top four spots in Friday’s second ARCA practice session at the 1.5-mile Kansas Speedway.
Will Kimmel will be pulling double duty this weekend as he will race in both the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Chicagoland Speedway and then fly to Indiana to race in the ARCA Series race at Salem Speedway on Saturday, September 13th.
ARCA Racing driver Will Kimmel qualified 32nd for Friday night's Nationwide Series race in Richmond, but due to the No. 44 Camry team making adjustments after qualifying, he started at the tail of the field.