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First Career Win Doesn’t Come Easy for Codie Rohrbaugh at Jennerstown Speedway

 

Skyland, North Carolina (July 20, 2014) – Second-year Super Cup Stock Car Series racer Codie Rohrbaugh may have claimed the fast qualifying time, drew the pole, and led the Jennerstown 75 presented by Comp-Cal flag-to-flag; however, it didn’t come without its own challenges.

 

After a caution with one lap complete for Josh Ebbert’s spin and contact with the inside frontstretch wall, Rohrbaugh jumped out to more than a seven second lead during a long green flag period that lasted until 30 laps to go in the 75-lap race.  Toward the end of that run, Freehold, New Jersey’s Howie Conk, who was making his first series start since Columbus in 2013, gradually cut into the interval.

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Introducing the New Super Cup Stock Car Series Hats and T-Shirts

 

Introducing Super Cup Stock Car Series t-shirts and hats are available in assorted colors and sizes.  Hats are $12 and t-shirts $15, plus shipping if necessary.

For pricing and ordering information by mail, or availability for purchase at the next event please e-mail aaroncreed24@gmail.com or call 717-519-9195

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Super Cup Teams Make Return Trip for the Jennerstown 75 Presented by Comp-Cal

 

Skyland, North Carolina (July 15, 2014) – In May, the Super Cup Stock Car Series had the chance to be a part of the grand opening weekend of racing at Pennsylvania’s Jennerstown Speedway.  Unfortunately, the track was forced to postpone their first racing event since 2008 to the following week due to rain and the series was unable to return.  Luckily, the opportunity to come back became available and the teams finally look forward to having the chance to compete this time around.

 

One driver that is very anxious to return behind the wheel is Walnutport, Pennsylvania’s Kyle Kromer.  The 2013 Most Improved Driver was unable to attend during the first visit, suffered motor issues before taking the green flag at Columbus Motor Speedway later that month, and as a result the car was not ready to compete at CNB Bank Raceway Park in June.

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JJ Pack Advances from the Back at CNB Bank Raceway Park for First Win of 2014

 

Skyland, North Carolina (June 23, 2014) –Last time out at Columbus Motor Speedway JJ Pack climbed from the back to the lead after spinning on the first lap, but wound up with a runner up finish.  This time around, the Bealeton, Virginia driver didn’t look back when he took the lead nearly a third of the way through the Cool Shirt 75 presented by RH2 at CNB Bank Raceway Park in Clearfield, Pennsylvania after starting outside of the top ten.

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Super Cup Newcomers Getting Acclimated to Series

Skyland, North Carolina (June 1 1, 2014) – Every year a new bunch of competitors join the Super Cup Stock Car Series looking for a new challenge.  2014 is no different.  At Columbus Motor Speedway two drivers made their first series start, while many others have been present or interested in participating since last season’s finale.

 

Josh Ebbert drives for the Don Gnat racing team, which fielded cars for Jim Crabtree Jr. and Derrick Layne in 2013.  The Indiana driver has spent recent seasons occasionally racing in the CRA Street Stock Series.  Ebbert fared the best among the series newcomers with a ninth place finish at Columbus and was satisfied with his first run in a full-bodied stock car.

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Patience Works in Brent Nelson’s Favor for Columbus Super Cup Stock Car Series Victory

Skyland, North Carolina (June 1, 2014) – He may have started from the pole, but it was all about conservation for Petersburg, West Virginia’s Brent Nelson to claim the win in the Performance Fiberglass Products 75 presented by Boschett Timepieces at Columbus Motor Speedway.

 

2013 Rookie of the Year Codie Rohrbaugh qualified fastest, but it was Nelson who redrew the number one pill for the race.  When the green flag flew Rohrbaugh jumped out to the lead, but the field was immediately slowed by caution when JJ Pack went around going into turn two.  Without a single lap completed, this set up a full restart.

 

Nelson and Rohrbaugh ran side by side for three laps with Rohrbaugh getting the advantage before Harvey Harrison sustained damage in an altercation in turn four.  Rohrbaugh pulled ahead of Nelson on the ensuing restart, while JP Crabtree and Pack mounted a charge toward the front finding their way to second and third 25 laps into the event.

 

Both Pack and Crabtree caught the leader a few laps later and Crabtree dove low in an attempt to make it three wide into turn one.  There would not be enough room and the result was contact which sent Rohrbaugh spinning.  Later, Crabtree admitted he should have settled down at that point in the race.

“What happened between me and (Rohrbaugh) was my fault,” said Crabtree.  “Drove it in too hard, and that was all she wrote.”

 

For the contact, Crabtree was sent to the back of the lead lap cars.  Pack, Nelson, and Brian Harrison would breakaway and had quite the battle among each other in the later stages.  Nelson and Pack would swap the lead on a couple occasions with Harrison waiting to pounce.  

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SCSCS Joins North Carolinians in Mourning the Passing of Senator Martin Nesbitt Jr.

 

Skyland, 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.

 

"Racing 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".   

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2014 Race Schedule
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 TBA Option
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5/9 Dominion Raceway
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9/?? TBD

Schedule subject to change without notice.

 

 

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