Various Circumstances Lead SCSCS to Cancel July
Salem Speedway Appearance
North Carolina (July 21, 2021) – A number of contributing factors, not
fully foreseen prior to the week of the event, has led to the Super
Cup Stock Car Series choosing to cancel their part of the program
for Saturday night’s festivities at Salem Speedway.
“There’s not one thing to point a
finger at, but in the end, the car count did not support this race
to happen,” series director Joe Schmaling stated.
“There are people within our series family who have fallen
under the weather and have communicated their uncertainty with us in
recent days. When it
comes to the cost for us, the cost for our teams, and the cost for
the track, the numbers just didn’t add up for a limited car count
show. We have to do
what’s best for the most and we can’t force it to happen.”
While this Saturday’s races will not be
held, the Super Cup Stock Car Series does have every intention to
return to Salem Speedway on Saturday, September 11th for leg number
one of the Kentuckiana Dual Weekend.
“The stars did not align for this race
and I am optimistically disappointed, but we’ll do the best we can
do with what we’ve got and we’ll go from there,” Schmaling
The series will press on with its next
event on Friday, August 6th, the inaugural appearance at
Motor Mile Speedway in Radford, Virginia.
More details and continued updates throughout the season will be
available at the official web site at supercupstockcarseries.com
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