Next SCSCS Event Venue Adjusted; Pair of Prime
Facilities Highlight Remaining
North Carolina (July 12, 2018) – As the Super Cup Stock Car Series 2018
season crosses the halfway point to completion, various circumstances have
required some adjustments to the remainder of the schedule.
The Saturday, July 21 event at
Clearfield, Pennsylvania’s recently renamed UMI Motorsports Park has been
postponed to a future date in 2019. This
will allow for upgrades and renovations track staff has diligently started,
albeit later than expected due to a lengthy winter, to result in providing an
optimal fan and racer experience once the finished product is prepared.
This particular date will not be replaced and alternatively gives
competitors and their families some extra time to enjoy a short summer break.
The next event on Saturday,
August 11 was originally scheduled for Ona Speedway, but instead will take
place at the Dominion Raceway and Entertainment complex.
After recent changes in management at the historic West Virginia
3/8-mile in which the SCSCS last visited in 2013, it was amicably decided to
look into rescheduling for a time in the future.
The Thornburg, Virginia
facility, which opened its doors in spring 2016, stepped up to the plate within
24 hours offering to host the SCSCS for a second occasion in 2018.
The 4/10-mile asphalt oval opened this year’s campaign with a race won
by current series point leader Bob Schacht.
The second feature on that April evening was unexpectedly rained out and
The remainder of the 2018
schedule remains intact with only a couple tweaks to minor details.
The Southern Division title will be decided at the third and final visit
to Dominion on Saturday, September 29. The
Northern Division as well as overall SCSCS championship are tentatively planned
to conclude during the third and final visit to Jennerstown Speedway Complex on
Saturday, September 15.
The next event at Dominion as
well as the Saturday, August 25 and September events at the Pennsylvania
1/2-mile facility will each feature a pair of 50-lap races.
The exact format for the September Dominion event is still in the
process of being determined. As
always, schedule details are subject to change due to occurrences such as
Each of the August races at
Dominion Raceway will be filmed by Sopwith Motorsports Television Productions
to premiere the following month on MAVTV. In
addition, September events at both Jennerstown and Dominion will air in front
of a national audience on a tape delay basis.
The race day schedule is
already set for Dominion with practice slated to begin at 1:00 p.m. and
qualifying starting shortly after 4:00 p.m.
A fan meet and greet with the SCSCS drivers will take place ahead of the
6:00 hour with the first of Twin 50-lap races taking the green flag at 7:00
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