SCSCS to Play Some Music City Tunes during
Autumn Special Event at Highland Rim
Joy, Pennsylvania (July 25, 2017) – The Super Cup Stock Car
Series has agreed to an opportunity for fans and drivers alike to
see ‘Racin’ The Way It Used To Be” in a new region this fall.
Highland Rim Speedway in Greenbrier, Tennessee will host a
non-points special event at their 1/4-mile built in the early 1960s
on Saturday, October 14.
Located less than a half hour outside of
Nashville, the weekend will give traveling teams and their families
a chance to visit the Music City.
On race day, there will be additional perks for racers
including guitars being awarded as the trophies for the feature
winner and hard charger in this 75-lap showdown.
“I think this could be a win-win for
everyone,” Highland Rim Speedway promoter Jerry Criswell
enthusiastically said. “Plus
being only 20 minutes from Nashville would make it easy to make a
mini-vacation out of it for the drivers, crews and fans.”
Current schedule for “The Rim” that
Saturday will begin with an hour practice session in the early
afternoon, allowing competitors to get acclimated with the
high-banked D-shaped oval prior to qualifying. Fans
will get to meet, greet, take pictures with, and receive
hero/autograph cards and other treats before the stars in their 600
horsepower, 3,300 pound steel-bodied stock cars thunder to the green
flag later in the evening.
Interested teams and competitors are encouraged
to contact Director of Competition, Joe Schmaling, at upcoming races
or email email@example.com.
Participation at such events will continue to dictate
strategy toward 2018 season scheduling in regards to the emergence
of two divisions encompassing north and south regions each.
For continued updates and information leading
up to this special autumn event please visit the official website at
as well as the Super Cup Stock Car Series Facebook
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