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Pack and Peck Pick Up First Super Cup Wins since 2011 during Pennsylvania Doubleheader Weekend


The Super Cup Stock Car Series broke down the door into summer with two races in the state of Pennsylvania in the same weekend.

The Ansel’s Tire Outlet 50 presented by MEP at Motordrome Speedway on Friday began with Jody Harrison picking up where he left off at Columbus, claiming his second pole award of the season rounding the half mile in 19.426 seconds.  Both Harrison and Codie Rohrbaugh’s times were quicker than last September’s fast time of 19.49 set by Jim Crabtree Jr..

With an invert of seven Todd Peck started the 50 lap race from the pole, but it was Jim Crabtree Jr. who jumped out to the early lead from the outside.  Crabtree pulled ahead for the time being, while Bealeton, Virginia’s J.J. Pack worked his way around Peck for second in the early laps.  Pack was making his first start of the season in a car owned by Cal Richardson and a new scheme painted like the familiar #3 of Dale Earnhardt’s from years past.  Pack caught Crabtree and worked all over the back bumper and to the outside for several laps.


This battle allowed the fast Jody Harrison, who had been picking off one competitor at a time, into the battle for the lead.  Harrison was able to work his way under Pack for second, but just a lap later the first and only caution of the evening flew when Harrison and Crabtree would get together sending Crabtree for a spin in turn two.  It was determined that Harrison helped him around, and was sent to the back of the field along with Crabtree.


This set up a twenty lap dash to the finish with Pack leading Rohrbaugh and Peck on the restart.  Pack managed to pull ahead for the remaining laps earning his second career series victory.  The win did not come easy as the team fought brake issues in practice, but had no problems with the tires during the hot summer night.


“Once we got away from a couple people it seemed like (the tires) would hook right up.  I’d definitely like to thank GM Goodwrench of Warrenton and my entire crew.  They did a great job today.”

With the improvement to a second place finish, Rohrbaugh gained the point lead heading into Saturday while Peck finished the race in third.  Jim Crabtree Jr. and Jody Harrison were unable to move back through the pack and finished eighth and ninth.


Moving on to Saturday, the teams traveled two hours to Clearfield for their first ever appearance at CNB Bank Raceway Park for the Kuntz Motor Company 50 presented by Boschett Timepieces.  Despite arriving just in time for practice due to a flat tire on their trailer, Jody Harrison put the past behind him and claimed another pole award with a time of 19.83 seconds around the 5/8 mile.  The top four qualifiers were less than a tenth of a second apart.


The invert would be a three this time, which once again put Todd Peck on the pole with Friday’s winner J.J. Pack alongside.  Peck jumped out to the early lead, but the race would be slowed for the first of four times after just one lap when a bolt would shear off of Brent Nelson’s right rear brake caliper sending him for a spin in the fourth turn.


The race remained under green past the halfway point, with the top five starters maintaining their positions on the track.  On lap 42, Brian Harrison made a bid under Codie Rohrbaugh which resulted in both cars spinning going into turn four.  A broken rear end put Rohrbaugh in the pit area for the remaining laps.


Another caution slowed the field a few laps later when former NASCAR driver Mike Potter spun and Jeremiah Kuntz, making his first start since a fifth place finish at Motordrome in 2010, spun as well to avoid him.


On the restart Peck remained pressured by Pack, who made several unsuccessful attempts along the outside to try to get by for the lead.  As the leaders took the white flag, Brian Harrison hit some oil and went along for a ride on the frontstretch making hard contact with the inside wall with the front of his car, requiring the flatbed to come out and haul it back to the pit area.  Harrison was okay, but suffered his fourth straight DNF after brake issues sidelined him the night before.


This set up a green-white-checkered finish, but Peck held off Pack and Jody Harrison for the flag-to-flag victory in his home state.  It was his first win since Motordrome in 2011, and much of it was attributed to his ability to master the restarts.


“It’s something we’ve been working on.  I got killed a couple weeks ago at Columbus and went from the outside pole to eighth.  I swore that wasn’t going to happen again so I’ve been thinking it through and talking about some different strategies, and it paid off tonight.”


J.J. Pack was able to keep up with Peck for a good amount of the race, but fought an oil leak which was evident on the windshield of third place finisher Jody Harrison’s Ford after the race.  J.P. Crabtree III and Kevin Kromer charged hard through the field and consistently finished fourth and fifth for the second straight night.


Not only was this the fourth different winner in four races, but Todd Peck now becomes the fourth different point leader in 2013.  Instead of a couple competitors setting the stage for the point race down the stretch, the standings remain tight with the top six separated by less than 100 points.


The series heads to Ona, West Virginia in three weeks for what will be a home race for several competitors.  Keep posted to and for more information leading up to the start of the second half of the season.

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