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Tyler Nuckles hits home run at Columbus Motor Speedway


Skyland, North Carolina (May 18, 2009) - Tyler wins at home in his first Super Cup race.  Lonnie Rush championship car owner prepared the car for Tyler.  When Tyler says he knows and feels the Speedway he means it!

Columbus Motor Speedway has been in the Nuckles family since 1946.


Tyler a third generation racer has been racing for thirteen years at CMS.

Home track advantage showed to be the key of the day.  Euro type qualifying set the field with Tyler on top of the leader board.


Tyler started third after draw/inversion and took the lead on lap one and never looked back, running anywhere he needed to stay out front.  Jake ( the snake ) Crum 2008 UARA national champion made several strikes during the race and could have bitten him at will.  Running side by side nose to tail Jake gave Tyler all he wanted and more.  Rounding out the top five where Todd Peck Glenville, PA; Kevin Kromer Walnutport, PA and Jack Jones Bevercreek, OH.


Finish Order

# 71 Tyler Nuckles   Columbus, OH

# 1 Jake Crum   Statesville, NC

# 40 Todd Peck   Glenville, PA

# 77 Kevin Kromer   Walnutport, PA

# 9 Jack Jones   Bevercreek, OH

# 12 Mike Mohelski Jr.   Frederick, MD

# 13 Craig Wood./Travis Whitt   Culpepper, VA

# 18 Ricky Gillespie   Floyd, VA

# 19 Chuck Buchanan   Meadows of Dan, VA

# 46 Mark Clark   IN

# 55 Jimmie Nowell   Decatur, MS

# 75 Jody Harrison   Renick, WV

# 15 Brian Harrison   Renick, WV

# 51 Harvey Harrison   Renick, WV

# 2 Neil Gacom   Hinckley, OH

# 94 Kris Limerick   Ligonier, IN

# 05 Rob Jones   Bowie, MD

SCSCS Race Notes:

  • Super Cup picked up where it left off in 2008 with a rookie winning in his first try.
  • Megan Reitenour from Miamisburg Ohio, also a rookie won in her first race in 2008.
  • Lonnie Rush of Pickerington Ohio won the 2008 Super Cup championship with Ohio native Ryan Miller at the wheel.



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