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Championship Quest, Restart Changes, and New Drivers Headline SCSCS Second 2014 Visit to CNB


Skyland, North Carolina (August 18, 2014) - Four races, four different winners:  that is how the current and most recent seasons in the Super Cup Stock Car Series have started.  Only the 2011 season produced five different faces in victory lane in as many races, and the championship contenders hope to keep it that way as each of the three already has a win in 2014.  Now the teams head into familiar territory for the first time this year with a return trip to CNB Bank Raceway Park for the Cool Shirt Systems 75 lap event.


During the June running at the Clearfield, Pennsylvania facility the top three drivers in points found their way to the front with winner last time out at Midvale Kevin Kromer unsuccessful in holding off current point leader JJ Pack’s climb from the back.  Columbus winner Brent Nelson still has a shot at the title and finished third less than two months ago, but needs to make up some ground after ignition issues sidelined him early at Jennerstown in July.


Things will not be entirely the same for the August running.  It was announced at the Midvale drivers meeting that the series will be introducing a new double-file restart option.  Previously all restarts have been single-file, but starting at CNB coming to one lap before the green flag drivers can choose whether they would like to start in the next available position on the inside or outside line.


Drivers may also have to face some unfamiliar competition from the Commonwealth, one of them being Doylestown’s Mike Senica.  Senica was in attendance at the first two originally scheduled races of the season before rain postponed the events, and after a start in the ARCA Racing Series in July at the Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis he is anxious to take to the track on Saturday.


“It’s been a long time coming,” said the driver who has additional racing experience in the ARCA Truck Series.   “I really am looking forward to being there with everybody.”


Senica looks to bring his Team LaCross Motorsports prepared Chevrolet with sponsorship from Bell Plantation, XS Energy Drink, and DP Quality Foods home with a solid finish.


Several additional series regulars will be on hand in an attempt to pick up their first win of the season or in many cases of their career as well.  All four Super Cup races to date in 2014 have provided some intense battles for the lead and side by side racing throughout the field during the course of the events, and Saturday should be no different as the season winds down with only two races remaining.


Grandstand and hillside seating will open at 3:00pm with plenty of time for fans to acquaint themselves with the facility before Super Cup qualifying begins at 5pm.  Feature events will start at 6pm.  The full race day schedule can be viewed at, and updates throughout the weekend will be available on the official Facebook page



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