Intense Door to Door Super Cup Racing will be Certain at Midvale
Tennessee (August 4, 2015) – The Kuester Implement 75
presented by Comp-Cal is next up on the 2015 schedule as the Super
Cup Stock Car Series racers tackle the Midvale Speedway in Ohio.
The 2014 running
saw a memorable battle for the lead wage on until the very last lap
between Kevin Kromer and JJ Pack.
Kromer was victorious that night for his second victory on
the 3/10-mile, but the current season so far has been forgettable
for the veteran driver.
After more than
three years in a row without finishing outside the top 10, the
Walnutport, Pennsylvania driver has not been around to see the
checkered flag in three straight races due to various mechanical
Refreshed from a
recent family vacation, Kromer only has a few short days to finish
examining the issues in hopes to turn that luck around at a track in
which he holds an average finish of 2.5 in four races.
“I’ve got a lot
of work to do to get to Midvale,” Kromer said.
“We’re going to go there to win.
It’s a track that I know how to win at.
I know how to drive that track.
Just got to get the car together and hope everything pans
also looks to return to familiar form, after the Cal
Richardson-owned team made the difficult decision to skip the last
race due to some issues with the rear end at the previous race the
night before. The
defending series champion most recently got some seat time in his
debut at the 2.5-mile Pocono Raceway in an ARCA car, but can’t
wait to get back to racing in Super Cup.
The competitor off
to the fastest start in 2015 is a driver who has never even seen
Midvale before. Clearfield,
Pennsylvania’s Dan Bainey has won two of the first three races,
but admits that another win will not be easy.
“It’s going to
be tough,” Bainey said. “They
are gunning for it now, but that’s awesome.
This is my rookie year and the car works.
These guys are tough to race against.
They race hard. These
guys are veterans. They’ve
done this a lot and, me going to new tracks, that’s tough so we
will give it the best shot we can and see what happens.”
As is the case with
many situations in a grassroots series like Super Cup, Bainey will
seek advice from some of his closest competition.
getting a hold of (second and fourth in points Harvey and Brian)
Harrison or JJ Pack and get at least a little feel before we get
down there,” Bainey explained.
driver looking to secure his first win of the year sits third in the
current standings and has recorded consistent results in past
Midvale starts. Brent
Nelson knew after the Motordrome/CNB doubleheader in July that he
had some homework to do, but is optimistic heading into the upcoming
“Do a little bit
more work on the car and just go over everything, because we have to
make sure everything is ready to go when we get to Midvale,”
Nelson said. “We’ve
run good there. We’ll
have something for them. We’ll
Some teams will
take advantage of a Friday evening open practice that takes place
from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. Race
day practice kicks off at 3 p.m. with an on track autograph session
for fans scheduled to follow qualifying.
Later in the
evening will be a 75 lap feature that is always one of the annual
favorites for the drivers and many asphalt short track enthusiasts
throughout the Eastern part of the Buckeye State.
Full schedule and
driver information is available at www.supercupstockcarseries.com
while race day updates will be viewable at www.facebook.com/SCSCSRacing
and on Twitter @SCSCSRacing.