The series is a highlight attraction for the ARCA Remax Series which will run in seven different states including the Province of Ontario, Canada. The projected schedule is for 12- 15 events, on a dozen different tracks including asphalt and dirt racing.
Megan will be the youngest driver to compete in the history of the series and the only female slated to run in the series in 2007. Megan said, "I'm so thankful to be given this opportunity. I have so many people to thank that have made this possible for me. I want to thank my sponsors, to put it simply we could not be doing what we are doing if it wasn't for them. I would like to thank my agent, Kathryn Raaker, Mark Gundrum, and last, but surely not least, my parents. This has been a non-stop group effort to get me into this series and I'm so grateful to everyone that has helped us and I'm so excited about the season ahead of us."
Around 3:00PM Megan and her father were invited in Frank's office and sat down for a long conversation. Frank gave them some great advice. He shared many of his experiences and provided several do's and don'ts he has learned over the years in racing. Megan said, "My father and I had a great time visiting Frank Kimmel and his team. We learned so much and received some great advice. Job shadowing Frank Kimmel was awesome and it just made my desire even stronger to have my career as a professional racecar driver. I truly loved and valued the experience and I'm so thankful that Frank and his team would allow me this wonderful opportunity."