Exploring Potential Television Exposure for 2016 Racing Season
officials are currently involved in negotiations for a 2016
television broadcast package with Sopwith Productions, which
produced high quality shows for SCSCS during the 2011 and 2012
seasons. At this time, an agreement has been presented which
would provide SCSCS competitors national network exposure.
As a result, teams are advised that this may result in shifts to the
proposed race scheduling by a week in either direction to
accommodate production and broadcast schedules.
SCSCS will provide more information as it becomes available for
teams or persons who may have sponsorship opportunities pending.
Additionally, series broadcast advertising opportunities are
available by contacting Series Director Joe Schmaling at Super Cup
via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Motor Gives Bill Ashton Potential to Shine Like a Diamond in 2016
Joy, Pennsylvania (October 26, 2015) – Hopwood,
Pennsylvania’s Bill Ashton will enter his third full season of
Super Cup Stock Car Series in the new year.
After a 2013 that resulted in co-rookie of the year honors,
2014 was up and down partially due to part failures that led to two
engines letting go.
was until a new purchase mid-season.
The team introduced the first CT525 sealed motor into series competition.
feel as though there are a lot of benefits - affordability, not
having to spend 30 or 40 thousand on a motor,” Ashton pointed out.
“It’s a big switchover from standard 350s.
Accessories bolt up differently but the fact that you can
pull into Sheetz and fill up, that’s big for me.”
correct; the engine performs well on 93 octane gas and has an
estimated longevity of four or five years of Super Cup racing
without a rebuild necessary.
Although slightly down on power compared to what the
traditional motors run, it remains manageable on the tracks in which
the series races on.
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Cup Stock Car Series 2016 Calendars Now Available
Super Cup Stock Car Series is proud to announce the release of their
first ever calendar for 2016. Fans will have the opportunity
to relive moments from the 2015 season on each monthly page thanks
to some fantastic action shots and design courtesy of Patrick Miller
available now for only $12 plus $3 for shipping. Those
interested are encouraged to reserve their copy today by going to http://www.patrickmillerphotography.com/for-sale.html
and purchasing via PayPal at the link provided on the page.
Anyone wishing to pay via check or cash should contact email@example.com
directly for details.
Dan Bainey Honored as 2015 Super Cup
Champion during Post-Season Trophy Presentation
Pennsylvania (August 26, 2015) – Following Saturday’s
Martella’s Pharmacies Night at the Races Twin 35s presented by
Mignogna Collision Center, the Super Cup Stock Car Series held a
late night post-season trophy presentation.
For 2015, the annual event was catered in a pavilion behind
the main grandstands thanks to the Jennerstown Speedway staff.
Dan Bainey and the
Clearfield, Pennsylvania-based team were honored for their
championship season, which included the Rookie of the Year award as
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Racing and Heated Emotions in Jennerstown Twin 35s Conclude 2015
Super Cup Season
Pennsylvania (August 23, 2015) – The Super Cup Stock Car
Series ended 2015 in a big way Saturday with its first stop at
Jennerstown Speedway (PA) for the year.
With a series record amount of cars on the grounds for the
Martella’s Pharmacy Night at the Races Twin 35s presented by
Mignogna Collision Center, the championship was far from decided at
the start of the day.
Points leader Dan
Bainey was one-hundredth of a second slower than the pole time, but
it was only good enough for third fastest.
July 2014 Jennerstown winner Codie Rohrbaugh grabbed the pole
award in a dead heat with Brent Nelson with a new series track
record of 20.15 seconds. 2014
and last year’s September Jennerstown finale winner JJ Pack gained
the pole starting spot after the redraw in his return to competition
after a two race absence.
Although there were
three leaders in the first 35 lap feature, Rohrbaugh’s No. 7 Grant
County Mulch Inc. Chevrolet was noticeably strong from the fifth
starting position. On
lap 21, he took the top spot from Bainey, who gained important
points toward the championship by taking the lead from Pack 10 laps
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Career Super Cup Start is a Winning One for Larry Berg at Midvale
Ohio (August 9, 2015) – The Super Cup Stock Car Series has
always featured a family atmosphere.
In motorsports, there have been many instances in which
winners span multiple generations.
However, it’s almost unheard of when a grandfather wins his
first career race after his grandson did.
That happened on
Saturday night as Larry Berg, grandfather of 2014 series race winner
Codie Rohrbaugh, took the lead on the backstretch from Dan Bainey on
lap 26 and never looked back to win the Kuester Implement 75
presented by Comp-Cal at Midvale Speedway in Ohio.
County Mulch Inc. No. 7 Chevrolet was one of the fastest cars
immediately when taking to the 3/10-mile surface earlier in the day,
but when first to last were separated by slightly over .4 seconds in
practice it was certain that the race would be a competitive one.
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