Bank Raceway Park moves August 22nd Super Cup Stock Car
Series Event to Jennerstown Speedway
Bank Raceway Park, the Super Cup Stock Car Series, and Jennerstown
Speedway announced today they are moving the event scheduled for
August 22nd to Jennerstown Speedway.
are a lot of great things going on at Jennerstown and I am really
happy and excited to see that place back and heading in a solid
direction,” said Tim Bainey Jr.
felt like this would be a great opportunity to get the Super Cup
Stock Car Series to a 3rd Pennsylvania Track in 2015, and
I am really glad to see it work out for everyone.”
up with the Super Cup Stock Car Series at www.supercupstockcarseries.com
and find out more about Jennerstown Speedway and their 2015 Schedule
of Events by visiting www.jennerstown.org.
Bainey Split Thrilling Super Cup Pennsylvania Doubleheader Weekend
North Carolina (July 19, 2015) – For only the second time in
2015 the weather cooperated and allowed for some intense short track
racing at a couple of Pennsylvania’s finest asphalt facilities.
The end result was a first-time Super Cup Stock Car Series
winner and a rookie competitor setting the precedent as the driver
to beat heading into the final races of the season.
Dan Bainey picked
up where he left off two months ago at CNB Bank Raceway Park by
claiming a new series track record of 19.092 seconds in qualifying
at Motordrome Speedway on Friday night.
He would draw the outside pole with CNB May runner up Harvey
Harrison starting from the inside.
Harrison would lead the first few circuits before Bainey
would get by and set the pace for the first half of the 75 lap race.
Things would change
on lap 41 when the No. 00 DelGrosso Foods / Rock & Ruthless
Tattoo Parlor Ford of Bainey became noticeably ill-handling,
allowing Harvey Harrison to get by for the lead.
Harrison would have a new challenger very quickly as Denver,
North Carolina’s Mike Kurkowski and the Renick, West Virginia
veteran would duel for the lead over the closing laps.
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Cup Competitors More Than Ready for Two Races This Weekend
North Carolina (July 13, 2015) – It has been an immensely
tough battle with Mother Nature when it comes to the 2015 Super Cup
Stock Car Series. Nevertheless,
up to 20 drivers and teams look to put the precipitation in the past
and have their sights set ahead for two nights of grassroots short
The first stop will
be on Friday when the series makes its return to the ½-mile
Motordrome Speedway in Smithton, Pennsylvania.
During the last visit, which concluded the 2013 season, Brent
Nelson held off several challenges late in the race to conquer the
first victory of his career. Ever
since, the Petersburg, West Viriginia driver has emerged as a
championship contender and is poised for a repeat result at the end
of the evening.
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Super Cup Stock Car Series Again
Stricken by Rain; CNB Event Rescheduled
North Carolina (June 26, 2015) – The certainty for rain and
threat for flooding in the Clearfield, Pennsylvania area for
Saturday postponed the Window World 50/50 All Star Event at CNB Bank
The event has been
rescheduled for Saturday, July 18, which falls on the same weekend
as the next Super Cup Stock Car Series race.
The race on Friday, July 17 will feature the return of the
series to Motordrome Speedway in Smithton, Pennsylvania for the
first time since the conclusion of the 2013 season.
regarding each of the upcoming events will follow.
Stay updated for further details at the official web site www.supercupstockcarseries.com
as well as on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SCSCSRacing
and on Twitter @SCSCSRacing.
and Debuting Drivers Join June CNB Field for Two Opportunities at
North Carolina (June 22, 2015) – Rain cancellations and
schedule changes have opened the door for a special format this
coming weekend when the Super Cup Stock Car Series returns to CNB
Bank Raceway Park. The
Window World 50/50 All Star Event will feature two 50 lap shootouts
around the 5/8-mile oval each for 2015 championship points on
Series rookie Dan
Bainey hopes to continue the momentum from his first career victory
at the Clearfield, Pennsylvania track in May.
Second place finisher last time out Harvey Harrison was a
winner in 2009 when the series most recently had twin races.
contenders Brent Nelson, Brian Harrison, JJ Pack, and Kevin Kromer
all will work to change the winning outcome and improve on their
In addition to the
series regulars there will be some different faces to keep an eye
on. One of them, a
former champion and a 2013 winner at CNB, will be quite familiar.
the NASCAR Truck Series having the week off, Todd Peck and his crew
have the ability to bring the Super Cup car back out.
Their last appearance in June 2014 at CNB did not turn out
the way they had hoped, but the Hanover, Pennsylvania driver still
enjoys the track.
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Super Cup Stock Car Series Traveling
South in September
Officials with the
Super Cup Stock Car Series and Orange County Speedway in Rougemont,
North Carolina are excited to announce an added event to their
September 12 will mark the first time the series has visited the
3/8-mile located near the cities of Raleigh and Durham, although the
facility has hosted similar cars in the past.
The national tour,
now known as the NASCAR Xfinity Series, held races at OCS from 1983
through 1994 as well as the former Pro Cup series in recent years.
SCSCS will bring a glimpse of the past with affordable
full-bodied stock cars rubbing fenders in grassroots fashion, the
way it used to be.
“We are looking
forward to bringing the Super Cup Stock Car Series to OCS for
2015,” Orange County Speedway Director of Operations Terry Deal
stated. “Our fans will
be pleased to see the show that this touring series will put on.”
In the spring,
SCSCS officials announced that former Pro Cup teams will be
permitted to bring their existing machines to compete with only
minor changes to be made. With
SCSCS back in the Tar Heel State after a few year absence, racers in
the area still with cars can compete in their own backyard.
Paired with the
existing supporters of the series, it will be a show that fans will
not want to miss.
are urged to contact SCSCS series director Joe Schmaling at
828-768-3589 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
The series extends the invitation for new competitors while
also remaining committed to the core group of racers, as well as
sponsors, who have consistently supported and competed in series
events through the years.