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Bob Schacht

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Kevin Kromer - North

Ben Ebeling - South

2018 SCSCS

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Marc Jones

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Charlie Canterbury

1953 to 2009

 

 

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Full Moon Doesn’t Evade Kromer from Victory Lane, Twice, at SNMP

 

Kenly, North Carolina (May 19, 2019) – From the start of an optional Friday practice session, it was evident that the first driver to figure out the puzzle that was the Southern National Motorsports Park was going to be tough to beat during Saturday night’s Super Cup Stock Car Series Twin 50s.

Walnutport, Pennsylvania driver Kevin Kromer was one of them who ran into trouble initially, spinning in that session but luckily escaping any contact with the wall.  From then on, the No. 77 Lehigh Valley Cancer Institute / Mission R.A.C.E.R. / K2 Motorsports team studied the 4/10-mile and proceeded to turn their luck around in a dominating fashion.

 

First was his second career Pole Award, setting a blazing fast time of 16.461 seconds.  Not even a redraw of sixth would slow Kromer down, as he navigated around front row starters Marc Jones in the No. 00 Office of Special Investigations / CBDmctOilProfits4U.com / Matt Metheney / Jones Motorsports Dodge and John Miller in the No. 0 Diddlefluffin Enterprises / Urgent Property Solutions / CBDmctOilProfits4U.com / Jason Schue Racing / Zero Cents Racing Team Chevrolet as well as his closest competitor for the evening, Ron Langdon, by the time the field made it back to the line to complete lap one.

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Shake-up in store for SCSCS Wild Card Inaugural Appearance at Southern National Motorsports Park

 

Statesville, North Carolina (May 14, 2019) – The first event of the year has been in the books for more than two weeks, giving fans and competitors the time to process what to expect for the 2019 season.  Nevertheless, this weekend’s Super Cup Stock Car Series Twin 50s at Southern National Motorsports Park is only the beginning of what is to come; setting the stage for a probable shake-up atop the leaderboard after all is said and done.

 

Two of the five drivers that accumulated the most points at Dominion Raceway will be unable to make the first journey for the series since 2011 to the state of North Carolina, meaning all kinds of jockeying in the positioning amid the upper echelon of contention are expected.  Not only that, but there are a couple other major wildcard factors playing their part.

 

Only one driver currently confirmed for this weekend’s event, Denver, North Carolina’s Larry Wilcox, has previously competed in the 3,300 pound, 600 horsepower stock cars on the 4/10-mile oval surface.  That was in a Pro Cup car more than 10 years ago.  The remainder of talent will have a short window to figure out the nuances associated with the 17-degree banked turns and seven-degree banked straightaways.

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Perfect Night for Purkhiser at Duels at Dominion presented by Patrick Miller Photography

 

Thornburg, Virginia (April 28, 2019) – It was a story of old meets new on Saturday night when the Super Cup Stock Car Series opened their 2019 season at Dominion Raceway. After pacing both practice sessions, Simpsonville, South Carolina’s Allen Purkhiser closed in on the track record and set a fast time of 15.884 seconds. The former two-time Pro Cup winner was recognized with the Pole Award by the Hooters girls from the nearby Fredericksburg location in what was somewhat a throwback to years past.

 

After a six car redraw, an interesting start caught front row starters Mike Potter in the No. 14 SLB General Contracting / Potter Racing Chevrolet and Marc Jones in the No. 00 Office of Special Investigations / CBDmctOilProfits4U.com / Matt Metheney / Jones Motorsports Dodge slightly off guard, as Kevin Kromer pounced in the opening corners and took the early lead from the second row. The Walnutport, Pennsylvania driver accelerated ahead for the first 18 circuits while Purkhiser took his time and diced his way toward the front.

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Super Cup Stock Car Series is Wide Open Ahead of Duels at Dominion presented by Patrick Miller Photography

 

Statesville, North Carolina (April 23, 2019) – Months of tireless preparation have been reduced to weeks, days, and soon, hours and minutes for numerous Super Cup Stock Car Series teams as the 2019 season campaign begins this weekend at Dominion Raceway and Entertainment complex.

With zero former feature winners, halfway leaders, or even fast qualifiers at the Thornburg, Viriginia facility, located immediately off I-95’s exit 118, expected on Saturday, it opens the opportunity for a number of possibilities to come forth.

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Business As Usual for Trio of Perennial SCSCS Title Contenders

 

Statesville, North Carolina (April 11, 2019) – The Super Cup Stock Car Series has the pleasure of showcasing some committed lifelong racers who have become mainstays near the top of the running order, knocking on the door for their first overall championship.  With years of experience attained, the off-season process serves as nothing deviating too far from normal.

 

Mike Potter achieved a breakthrough season in 2018.  The Johnson City, Tennessee based former Daytona 500 competitor captured his first Pole Award, locked down third in the final standings with six top five finishes, won the Hard Charger of the Year Award for advancing the most positions from green to checkered on multiple occasions, led more than 50 laps altogether, and nearly earned his first career SCSCS victory during a couple instances.

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ChaLew Performance Joins the SCSCS Family of Partners

 

Mooresville, North Carolina (April 4, 2019) – The Super Cup Stock Car Series is pleased to announce that ChaLew Performance has come on board as a partner for the 2019 season.

ChaLew Performance is owned and operated by stock car veteran driver Charles Lewandoski and is located in Mooresville, North Carolina.

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Advertising Opportunity Being Offered for a Limited Time to Partners of SCSCS Teams for Inclusion in MAVTV Broadcasts

 

The Super Cup Stock Car Series competes north and south of the Mason-Dixon Line, east of the Mississippi River, traversing some of the most premier and historic short track venues around.  Car counts on the rise featuring a talented and diverse assortment of participants are the hallmark of the SCSCS.  

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Ashton, Jones, and Langdon Emerging as SCSCS Names to Watch in 2019

 

Statesville, North Carolina (March 21, 2019) – While the Super Cup Stock Car Series consists of a mix between drivers with storied pasts and some with aspirations of seeing what they can do out there in the great beyond, many find themselves completely content living in the moment in a 3,300 pound, 600 horsepower ride of the their life.

 

Bill Ashton joined the series in 2014, notching his first top five finish in his third career start and claiming co-Rookie of the Year honors.  The Uniontown, Pennsylvania driver then captured a checkered flag that was a crowd favorite at his home track at Jennerstown Speedway Complex in 2016.

 

Despite alluding to a possible retirement in victory lane that particular summer evening, Ashton has now started 30 consecutive SCSCS points races and looks to keep that going throughout this year.

“It’s a habit that I can’t shake,” the veteran racer, who competed for numerous years in Street Stocks on both a local weekly and regional touring basis, stated.  “I have met and consider myself friends with some of the best people on earth through Super Cup.”

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2019 Race Schedule

Date

Location                        

4/27

*Dominion Raceway

Thornburg, VA

5/18

Southern National Motorsports Park

Kenly, NC

6/1

Shenandoah Speedway

Shenandoah, VA

6/21

Kingsport Speedway

Kingsport, TN

7/13

*Jennerstown Speedway

Jennerstown, PA

7/27

Salem Speedway

Salem, IN

8/10

Midvale Speedway

Midvale, OH

8/24

Rain Date

9/14

*Jennerstown Speedway

Jennerstown, PA

9/28

*Dominion Raceway

Thornburg, VA

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