Joins North Carolinians in Mourning the Passing of Senator Martin
North Carolina (March
8, 2014) – Martin
Nesbitt Jr., attorney and esteemed North Carolina legislator for
more than 30 years passed away Thursday March 6th. Noted for
many accomplishments within his duties in the state legislator and
champion of causes to better the less fortunate, Senator Nesbitt
could also be found assuming a different leadership role at a
variety of regional short tracks as crew chief for son Mart and more
recently granddaughter Taylor as well.
Citing stomach cancer, the passing of Martin Nesbitt Jr. was
rather unexpected with his resignation as NC Senate minority speaker
coming just two days prior. The following day, a grand welcome
awaited the statesman on his return to his lifelong home of Buncombe
County. North Carolina.
has lost a very great friend and had provided invaluable insight
beyond the formative years of the series. Martins absence will
be felt by many within his extended racing family", commented
Series Director Joe Schmaling. "We offer our deepest sympathies
to the Nesbitt family at this time of great loss".
SCSCS Season Taking Shape
Encouraged to Submit Registration
North Carolina (February
24, 2014) – SCSCS
officials are busy with finalizing details of the upcoming 2014
season. To complete their task, the series is asking teams to
complete and submit their registration forms.
As can be
seen in the 2014 Schedule, several dates are still available later
in the 2014 season and interest has been shown from several new
tracks wishing to host the series during 2014. SCSCS has
remained conscience of balancing travel distances as much as
possible. Confirmed registrations will assist in the decision
process and continued efforts to balance the travel burden to all
entry forms for Hickory also need to be completed and submitted to
plan for tire inventory.
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Mike "Flyte" Senica and LaCross Motorsports Tag for 2014
North Carolina (February
10, 2014) – LaCross
Motorsports and Pro-Wrestler Mike "Flyte" Senica have
teamed up to "bodyslam" the competition in the Super Cup
Stock Car Series for 2014. Senica, a driver who has
competed in the ARCA Racing Series is geared up to learn all he
can from racing veteran Brent Cross.
Senica commented "Brent
has the talent and know how to get me where I need to be". Mike, who is
working his way up the ladder, has competed in both the ARCA Racing
and Truck Series with his best career finish of 10th place last
October out at Lake County Speedway. "Mike and I spoke last
year and we finally came to the conclusion that he needs to get as
much seat time as possible, so we are excited to be working with him
and possibly do some other things as well", said Cross.
Mike Senica also operates a sports marketing business, Motorsport
Concepts, and has been able to secure sponsorship for himself and
other aspiring drivers. Senica is sponsored by Bell Plantation,
Damn Good Jerky and BlueO4. Be on the lookout for this
dynamic duo as they set out to heat up the tracks and capture the
Search for Championship and Improvement in 2014
North Carolina (January 23, 2014) – Walnutport, Pennsylvania
based K2 Motorsports is one of the longest tenured teams on the
Super Cup Stock Car Series circuit.
With the familiarity to the competition and the consistency
they gained last year, driver Kevin Kromer looked back on their
was okay. I
didn’t finish out of the top five,” Kevin Kromer stated.
“We were also pleased that Kyle finished top ten in
son Kyle completed his first full-season in a stock car and was
given the Most Improved Driver Award at the end-of-season banquet
for his steady advancement from the first to the last race.
goal for Kyle is for him to keep improving and consistently finish
lead lap,” Kromer mentioned.
order for improvement to take place, some preparations have been
made throughout the winter.
These changes include new body panels, fenders, and tune up
on the engines.
Additional basic maintenance is also needed as the team gets
ready to go for the season opener at Hickory in April, which will
include a new paint scheme as well.
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2014 SCSCS Season Set to Begin Mid-
April at Hickory Motor Speedway
Companion event with PASS Series for
the Annual Easter Bunny 150
North Carolina (December 2, 2013) - Returning to the site of
it's very first event, the 2014 SCSCS season will begin at Hickory
Motor Speedway on April 19th. For the past several years HMS
has been absent from the SCSCS schedule but returns as a part of the
PASS Late Model Easter Bunny 150 as a companion series.
"The Easter Bunny 150 has grown
to be the biggest Super Late Model race of the spring and we
couldn't be more pleased to have the Super Cup Stock Car Series
joining us to kick off their 2014 season," said PASS president
Tom Mayberry. "Having Super Cup on the racing card with
the PASS Super Late models and PASS Pro Late Models on Easter
weekend at Hickory further solidifies this as a can't miss event for
short track racing fans around the country."
SCSCS president Joe Schmaling shares
Mayberry's enthusiasm, " I'm excited to not only return to
Hickory but also with the alliance of PASS and the Super Cup for
this annual event. We anticipate much success and hope this
may be the beginning of other similar companion events in the
The 2014 schedule is filling in with
many of the traditional tracks already committed to race
dates. Several TBA dates are remaining and expect to be
completed in the very near future.
Brent Nelson Hoping to Ride Winning
Momentum into the New Season
North Carolina (November 15, 2013) - Petersburg, West Virginia
was well represented during 2013, namely because veteran driver
Brent Nelson claimed his first career Super Cup Stock Car Series
victory in the final event.
“It was a huge highlight.
I’ve got bragging rights for eight months,” said Nelson,
who remains excited over the time between the final race of 2013 at
Motordrome Speedway and the first race of 2014.
It has been a long road to victory
for Nelson. An
appearance at nearby Shenandoah Speedway in late 2009 got him hooked
once again when he felt that he could afford to get back behind the
wheel, and in the middle of 2010 made his first series start.
“I got out of racing in 2003 and
sold everything right down to the tools.
I had nothing once I started in Super Cup.
It has been a huge learning curve,” noted Nelson.
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