Watching the Season's Change...
Waiting for Summer to Begin
2010 racing year ended in the fall with the annual awards
presentations following the race at
Motor Speedway. Super
Cup honors their drivers and teams this way every year. The
end of the race. The end of the year, it just seems to be the
best time to show how much our teams mean to the series.
crowned our Champion, Jody (Cool Shirt) Harrison. The top ten drivers / teams were presented plaques and
trophies for their accomplishments during the year. Our
advisory board was charged with the task of deciding several
different awards, Rookie of the Year is given to the driver that
best represents themselves and their teams though out the year, as
well as Sportsman of the year. The sportsman award is
presented to the driver, team, or crew member that displays the
essence of the series.
that the holiday season is over and the snow has melted it's time to
Super Cup Series will spring into action at Franklin
on April 16th. FCS
has been on the Super Cup schedule from the beginning of the series
and remains a favorite of many of the drivers on the tour. FCS
has hosted three of our races all with different winners and this
year will see the fourth.
will see the Return of a Champion. #
75 Jody Harrison hopes to be the the first two time Champion in the
series and will be defending his Championship in 2011.
returning will be the 2010 rookie of the year Damian Jenks who has
his sites set a little higher and will be looking for his first win
and maybe the big trophy at season's end.
driver line up for the new season has many of the regulars retuning
from last year along with a new crop of rookies looking to make
their mark in the series.
rookie drivers for 2011.
7 Jason Roberts - Roberts Racing
6 Cole Miktuk - Wilcox Racing
05 Chris Fitzpatrick - Fitzpatrick Racing
Schrantz from the Allentown,
area is scheduled to test a Super Cup car and may make a bid for the
rookie title. Raven has legend car was well as super late model
of the new faces aren't new at all, they are veteran drivers.
Lou Ansel from McCellentown,
has registered the # 99 and will run a limited schedule. Grant
Andrews, also from PA, is one of the new old faces in the series and will drive the #
07 full-time for Kromer Motorsports. Rob Jones, a former ARCA
truck driver, has purchased a car from Lonnie Rush and will compete
in all the scheduled events driving the # 39. J J Pack, # 16,
made his first start at Hickory and will have a teammate for the new
year, wife Tasha will pilot the # 61. Tasha will be eligible
to run for RotY. Jimmie Crabtree has reserved # 63 and the #
64 for his son. Another veteran, Roger
Blackstock will run selected races again this year or may enter his
son in the RotY program. Kris
Limerick # 94 from Ligonier, IN returns to the circuit has has sent
in entries for the Ohio
looks to be the best yet for Super Cup. We have added new
faces at old places and new places and old faces. We have come
full circle and have a good mix of veterans and rookies.
tracks to the Super Cup Series
out the new year with the possibility of three young women racing in
the series is very exciting. Tasha Pack is already
registered. Raven Schrantz will be testing soon and as I said
at the beginning of this story, I'm waiting for Summer to
begin. Summer Harrison has supported the series from day one
by helping with the family cars driven by her father and brothers,
maybe -just maybe she will get her chance to race this year.