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North Carolina (May 27, 2014) – The Super Cup Stock Car Series
looks for the third time to be the charm after two-straight rain
time they will head to Ohio, site of the Columbus Motor Speedway
which hosted the season opener for the series in 2009 and 2010.
Chester, Ohio driver Kyle Baugh returns to Super Cup for the first
time since last year’s race at the tight third-mile facility.
The 21-year-old has only raced twice in the series, but both
were strong outings.
Baugh made it as high as third from the back of the field in
his first career start and followed it up with a seventh place
finish at Columbus in 2013.
Kyle will bring his Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants Ford
back with a better understanding of what is needed to perform
coming back with a completely different setup,” explained Baugh.
“We had set the tire pressures way too low and were tight the
whole race last year.”
2013 series champion Todd Peck, Baugh comes to Columbus as the only
driver entered with a previous victory at the track.
That win came in a Legends car in which he raced regularly
for a few years.
Surprisingly, the Super Cup track experience wasn’t much
line is similar entering the corner and coming out of the corner,”
“We should have a good chance at the win.
My confidence is up at Columbus compared to other tracks.”
confidence is present even though Kyle has been out of the seat for
nearly a year.
He decided to take off the remainder of 2013 following the
birth of him and his wife’s first child.
Things have changed in his life, which he believes can
translate to the race on Saturday night.
felt like I’ve grown up, and will have a cooler head this year,”
“Being a father has definitely changed me as a person.”
the goal to chase nothing but the win, Kyle feels his chances are
good and it would mean a lot to him to take home the trophy.
in karts and working into bigger and faster cars through the years,
to win in a full-size stock car would top them all,” said Baugh.
competitor familiar to longtime SCSCS fans will not be in a race car
come Saturday, but will be very shortly.
Miamisburg, Ohio’s Megan Reitenour was a three-time winner
and Rookie of the Year in the inaugural season in 2008.
The 23-year-old driver is a finalist in the Peak Stock Car
huge for me,” Reitenour recently said.
“It’s an opportunity to continue to further my career
after being unable to get further lately due to lack of funding, so
it’s make or break.
I want to be in a race car.
I don't fear being on the track, but I worry about not being
able to be on the track.”
will compete in various tests along with the other 17 contestants in
Charlotte, North Carolina in June.
If chosen, she will receive a developmental ride for Michael
Waltrip Racing in a Peak-sponsored car.
Her time in SCSCS and guidance from Martin Nesbitt, who
unfortunately passed away in March, has helped get her in the
position she is at today.
taught me so much about learning how to pass in these cars,” said
you can drive a Super Cup car then you can drive anything.
It definitely prepared me in many ways.”
will be making an appearance at the track during the evening of the
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Super Cup Stock Car Series race.
with these familiar faces, several of the regular Super Cup
personalities look forward to getting back to the track come
Saturday afternoon as well.
list of expected drivers and full race day schedule can be viewed at
and updates throughout the weekend will be available on the official
Facebook page www.facebook.com/SCSCSRacing.