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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - James Hylton
James Hylton gingerly climbed out of his No. 48 car after an ARCA test at Kansas Speedway on Friday, and nobody could blame him for moving a little bit slower than his competitors.
Frank Kimmel put quite an exclamation mark on his 10th ARCA championship.
The numbers that stand out on the ARCA starting grid aren't the ones on the side of the stock cars.
James Hylton is retiring after 50 years of NASCAR racing.
Hylton announced at Daytona in February that he would be retiring at the end of the season, and NASCAR President Mike Helton joined ARCA President Ron Drager in presenting him a framed photo commemorating his six decades in racing on Friday morning.
"I'm not going to retire complete to where I don't want to try a racecar out," Hylton said. "I'll go down there in the middle of the week and do me some laps so I just totally don't forget about it. As far as competition is concerned, I'm done."