Event Focus Shifts Resulting in Return Trip to Motor Mile
North Carolina (September 3, 2021) – Following the success of
the inaugural visit a month back and thanks to the facility’s
support and assistance in generously stepping up with coordination
aspects, the next Super Cup Stock Car Series road toward the
championship will take place at a different venue than initially
September 10th will feature twin main events at Motor Mile Speedway.
A set of
unfortunate circumstances related to the originally scheduled
Kentuckiana Dual Weekend, factors of which were partly outside the
overall realm of series control, resulted in this reorganization
being made. Series
officials remain optimistic that a plan can potentially be
formulated for some flexibility to further encourage the growing
interest in teams throughout the Midwest area to join the series for
ahead, the third and fourth rounds of the Championship Series slate
will each be 50 laps in distance, while the annual increase to 60
laps will take place as part of finale weekend at Dominion Raceway
on Saturday, October 2nd. The
final four races of 2021 will now be settled entirely within the
Commonwealth of Virginia.
Pit Row TV will be
on hand to film and produce the remaining races on the schedule,
which will premiere on MAVTV Motorsports Network and associated
viewing platforms at a later date.
Title and presenting sponsorship is available for these shows
and interested parties should contact series director Joe Schmaling
at JoeSCSCS@gmail.com for
first appearance by the SCSCS at Motor Mile in August resulted in a
sweep of the night by current point leader Ben Ebeling.
Nevertheless, the Hickory, North Carolina-based team knows it
will not be anywhere close to an easy feat to replicate such a
Second in the
standings Bob Schacht, who resides in Mooresville, North Carolina,
battled side by side for numerous laps with Ebeling during that
previous Friday evening and is searching for his first win since
May. Maysville, West
Virginia’s Jason Kitzmiller also challenged for the top spot and
is currently riding a streak of four consecutive runner-up
performances, certainly hungry for a first career victory.
competitors will look to unseat this year’s race winners and
obtain their first trophy of 2021 and, in many cases, others have
the goal to simply improve upon their season or career best finish
and close off the conclusion of the season strong.
will open at 4:30 p.m., in time for fans to see the SCSCS cars on
track for a half hour practice session.
Single-car qualifying is scheduled to commence at 5:30 p.m.
and the first green flag expected to fly at 7:00 p.m.
The night of family
fun will also include open practice for local divisions, which will
settle the battles for their track championships the following
night. Admission is set
at only six dollars with children 12 and under admitted for three
An early optional
practice session will be offered to teams from Noon through 3:00
p.m. on race day.
For a detailed race
day schedule as well as a comprehensive list of potentially expected
entrants, please visit the Super Cup Stock Car Series official web
Further interactive updates heading into and throughout race
day will be available on Facebook (search Super Cup Stock Car
Series), Twitter (@SCSCSRacing), and Instagram (SCSCS_Racing).