Several Super Cup Drivers Searching
for Break Through Win at Midvale
though there have been four different winners in the first five
races, the Super Cup Stock Car Series has yet to see a first time
winner in 2013. That
could all change as the field heads to Ohio for the second time this
year for the running of the Freeway Motorcars 100 presented by
Heintz Performance at Midvale Speedway.
During their first
visit to the 3/10 mile oval in 2011, Kevin Kromer captured his first
career series victory. He
has since won one other time at Motordrome Speedway in 2012, but is
looking to win his first race of 2013 after finishing in the top
five in every race to date this season.
Several others will
be jockeying for their first win ever in the series.
Rookie Codie Rohrbaugh has shown speed in every race and
achieved a season best finish of second at Motordrome in June.
Fellow Petersburg, West Virginia resident Brent Nelson has
years of experience with mixed results in 2013, but should be a
factor coming off a fifth place finish at Ona Speedway.
J.P. Crabtree III
could be in the best position to break through for the win.
After four straight top five finishes and continued
improvement as his father Jim Crabtree Jr. became the first repeat
winner of 2013 at Ona, J.P. is hungry to hold up the big check and
trophy at nightís end.
Among all the
drivers, perhaps a win would be the best season turnaround for Brian
Harrison. Brian has been
fast everywhere he has gone, but various events have caused him to
park the car in the pit area before the conclusion of each race this
season. Brian has a
career best second place finish at Motordrome in 2011 and won an
exhibition race at Hickory for drivers that had yet to win in the
series that same year, so itís proven that he can challenge for
the checkered flag at lap 100.
Two of the drivers
these competitors will have to catch and pass in order to take their
turn up front will be defending race winner Jody Harrison and
current points leader Todd Peck.
Jody Harrison looks
to get back in the championship hunt after an early exit from the
Ona race, while Todd Peck returns from a 27th place finish in the
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Pocono Raceway with a focus on
the Super Cup Stock Car Series title.
event of 2013 is ready to go for Saturday with practice and
qualifying taking place in the afternoon, followed by the 100 lap
race in the evening.
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