Harrison’s Motorsports Looking
Forward to a Great 2013 Super Cup Season
Super Cup Stock Car Series season opener is still over two months
away, but the teams are already busy preparing.
The Renick, West Virginia based Harrison’s Motorsports
fields three full time entries in the series, and although they
haven’t made any major changes besides some updates to the bodies
and chassis over the off-season are looking for positive results in
It is certainly a family effort with owner
Summer Harrison’s two brothers Brandon and Brian as well as their
father Harvey doing the driving.
In 2012, Harvey took home his first series win since 2009 at
his home track at Ona Speedway; however, some bad luck toward the
end of the year cost him a championship.
The team has put that behind them and is expecting to see him
up front and in contention again this year.
To say that the Harrison’s have not been
busy over the off-season would be an understatement.
Harvey had a hip replacement following the last race of 2012,
but was back at the shop three weeks later and couldn’t feel
better going into the new season.
The family worked together to put Brian and Summer in a
couple champ karts to do some indoor racing in December.
Summer says that “Brian has been racing champ karts in the
off-season with me, keeping his driving skills sharp. I also, look
for Brian to be in the front and to pick up his first series win.”
Brian’s best finish has been a second at Motordrome in
2011, a track the series returns to twice in 2013.
Summer also speaks highly of her brother
Brandon, “This may be Brandon's breakout season as I think he has
really grown up as a person and really started to work as a team
with everyone during the off-season. He has basically been splitting
time between crew chiefing me and prepping my kart at the race
tracks this winter.” Brandon
ended the 2012 season with his second career top five finish,
definitely momentum entering the new year.
Southern Coal Corporation returns as primary
sponsor in 2013, in what could be a career year for all three
drivers. Follow along
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season at Shenandoah Speedway in April.
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