2014 SCSCS Champion

JJ Pack

2014 SCSCS

Co-Rookie of the Year

Bill Ashton (Left)

Chris Wenzel (Right)

In Memory of a Racer

Charlie Canterbury

1953 to 2009



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Entries are also open for CNB Raceway Park.  In addition, to aiding in advance tire inventory production and planning, on time submission of entry form increases the opportunity for your team and sponsors to potentially be mentioned in releases, stories, and other media prior to the race weekend.  Please submit entry forms as soon as possible.


SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Just a reminder to check the condition and dates of fuel cells, harnesses, fire bottles and other safety related equipment.  Also, please note that HANS or Hutchens devices are mandatory for SCSCS competitors.



Western Pennsylvania Drivers to Build upon Past Experiences and Results in 2015


Skyland, North Carolina (March 11, 2015) – The rural areas surrounding the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania have seen a hotbed of asphalt racing talent in recent decades, and the presence from that region has grown in the Super Cup Stock Car Series.  One bragging right the western part of the state does not have is a series championship; however, a couple drivers had their best season to date in 2014 and continue to inch closer toward that goal.


Jeff Zillweger, from the suburb of Alison Park, won a pole award, claimed his first career top five, and went on to finish in the top ten in each event in his second full season.  With the help from his crew members Jay, Pete, Lee, and his father Rich the team received Most Improved of the Year honors at the season ending trophy presentation.

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SCSCS Opens the Door to Potential New Competitors in 2015


Once again, changes in other series have brought inquiries and requests to SCSCS officials to permit deviations from the established and proven Super Cup rules package which would allow new competitors to join the series.  SCSCS officials are announcing that on a limited and restricted basis, former Pro Cup competitors will be permitted to bring their existing car to SCSCS races.


“Managed growth has allowed the SCSCS to consistently offer a level of affordable competition while also minimizing impact to our members family and business responsibilities,” says series director Joe Schmaling.  We recognized the need to consider what are the minimum requirements/ changes necessary that could permit these teams to enter our series without losing our identity or creating a negative impact to our current full-time competitors or sponsors such as PFG, one of our longtime sponsors from the very beginning and supplier of the nose and tail panels used in the series.”


Our policy has been to let them look and then get like us, within reason.  Currently, the group of cars that are available and indicating an interest in moving to SCSCS are former Pro Cup competitors.  I have always tried to keep an open mind about the cars and teams in our series.  For example, from the beginning, we had provisions to permit the old “Busch” cars to race, however none ever came.  Additionally, we also opened the door to permit former “Nationwide” cars and two came.”


Permission to race in the SCSCS will be granted on a limited case by case basis.  Interested parties should contact SCSCS series director Joe Schmaling for further details.  Whereas maintaining car count is absolutely the single most important thing to the SCSCS, 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.



2014’s Super Cup Newcomers Look for Constant Improvement in 2015


Skyland, North Carolina (February 11, 2015) – Two drivers with varying degrees of racing experience competed in their first full season in the Super Cup Stock Car Series in 2014.  At season’s end, Bill Ashton and Chris Wenzel were separated by only 33 points and as a result were both voted by the series advisory board as Co-Rookie Contenders of the Year.


Ashton, from Uniontown, Pennsylvania, purchased a car in the spring and turned around the preparation efforts to be ready to compete by May.  The accomplished veteran brought many years under him including time touring in the Frank Kimmel Street Stocks to the series, but according to him there was a lot to get used to.

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Pack, reigning Super Cup Stock Car Series Champ, teaming up with Mullins for Daytona run in ARCA’s annual Lucas Oil 200 at Daytona

Bealeton, VA’s reigning Super Cup Stock Car Series Champion, 38-year-old James S. Pack, Jr. is going to Daytona International Speedway in February to race the high banked, pedal to the metal superspeedway.  Pack will be driving a car owned by Willie Mullins of Fredericksburg, VA in the ARCA Racing Series Presented by Menards annual Lucas Oil 200. The race will be broadcast live on FOX Sports 1 channel beginning at 4:30 on Saturday, February 14, 2015.


Pack has a dream of competing on the superspeedways of NASCAR and has a resume that just might work for him. He has been racing for more than fifteen years including Super Cup Stock Car Series, NASCAR Late Model Stock Cars, the mini-stock division at Old Dominion Speedway (Manassas, VA), and in Go Karts years ago. He may also have a rabbit’s foot with him.

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Super Cup Stock Car Series Announces Change in Tire Supplier


Skyland, North Carolina (January 26, 2015) – At this past weekend’s Motorsports 2015 Racecar and Trade Show at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center a special announcement was made about the tires that will be utilized in the Super Cup Stock Car Series.


Beginning with the season opener at CNB Bank Raceway Park (PA) in May, the American Racer EC-82 economy compound will be the tire of choice.  The supplier, Lias Tire based out of Indiana, Pennsylvania, will help with a mix of new and used tires to continue with the legacy of affordability in the series.

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Rob Morris Ready to Rebound for 2015 Super Cup Season


Skyland, North Carolina (January 14, 2015) – In 2014, years of steady learning and improvement began to show for Herndon, Virginia’s Rob Morris.  Unfortunately, circumstances beyond his control resulted in a season that was unraveled in a moment’s notice.  His Super Cup Stock Car Series machine took one of the hardest hits in quite some time when the throttle hung while climbing through the field at Midvale Speedway (OH).


Luckily, with support and determination Morris is ready to resume the positive momentum he had enjoyed prior to last August.  The first race of the season is the site of where Morris accomplished his best career SCSCS run.  At CNB Bank Raceway Park (PA), he led several laps competing for the lead with top points finishers JJ Pack and Kevin Kromer before finishing the event in fifth place.

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2015 Race Schedule

Preferred dates listed below

Date Track
5/2 CNB Bank Raceway Park
5/16 Jennerstown Speedway
6/13 Columbus Motor Speedway
6/27 CNB Bank Raceway Park
7/17 Motordrome Speedway
8/8 Midvale Speedway
8/22 CNB Bank Raceway Park
9/12 Jennerstown Speedway
Schedule subject to change without notice.
2014 Race Results
Date Track
4/19 Hickory Motor Speedway
5/10 Jennerstown Speedway
5/31 Columbus Motor Speedway
6/28 CNB Bank Raceway Park
7/19 Jennerstown Speedway
8/9 Midvale Speedway
8/23 CNB Bank Raceway Park
9/13 Jennerstown Speedway


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