to the 2022 SCSCS Championship Begins at Dominion Raceway on
Saturday, April 30th
North Carolina (April 27, 2022) –
The initial two races toward a total journey of 18 scheduled
checkered flags commences this coming Saturday at a favorite venue
among many – the 4/10-mile oval located on the Thornburg, Virginia
multipurpose property known as Dominion Raceway and Entertainment.
Super Cup Stock Car Series drivers and teams will be looking to kick
off 2022 on a high note as they traverse the various tracks and
states that follow. Others
plan on taking it one race at a time and perhaps turning in a
successful performance close to home once the first green flag
Pack is a past SCSCS champion and has achieved victory on six
occasions. However, only
one of those wins took place in the Midland, Virginia resident’s
home state and that was back in 2011 at the former Old Dominion
Speedway in Manassas. Now
he will be giving it all he can to etch his name in the record books
at the track that first opened in 2016 and has been hosting series
events since late 2017, in which he holds a trio of third place
Thomas relocated in recent years from Pennsylvania to Gloucester,
Virginia. Since then,
the past Street Stock and dirt racer acquired a car from Pack and
made his debut midway through 2021.
At the final race of the season, he recorded hard charger
honors and a career best sixth place result with hopes to use
off-season preparation to build upon that conclusion toward the new
least a half dozen contenders from
the previous season’s top 10 in points are expected back for this
weekend’s festivities. Hickory,
North Carolina’s Ben Ebeling looks to pick up where he left off
last season with two more Dominion trophies as he begins his title
defense, trying to become
the first driver in a decade to repeat as champion.
challengers from last
year (including Maysville, West Virginia’s Jason Kitzmiller,
Petersburg, West Virginia’s Brent Nelson, Walnutport,
Pennsylvania’s Kevin Kromer, West Mifflin, Pennsylvania’s Lauren
Butler, and Elizabethton, Tennessee’s Dusty Silvers) have all
achieved finishes somewhere within the top five previously at
addition, multiple competitors will be ones to watch during the
season opening twin 60-lap main events, which will be the 14th and
feature races held at the facility.
That list includes past lap leader and Dominion first-time
champion Ron Langdon from Freeport, New York, York, Pennsylvania
twins Hayden and Landon Brothers
who both had strong showings at last October’s event, Warrington,
Pennsylvania’s Mike Senica and Haymarket, Virginia’s Rob Jones
each making their track debut but driving for veteran campaigner
Bill Ashton, and potentially more.
First of three
15-minute practice sessions will fire off on Saturday at 1:00 p.m.
with qualifying taking place only a few minutes after the grandstand
gates open at 5:00 p.m. where drivers will be gunning to eclipse
Ebeling’s track record of 15.768 seconds set last time out in
2021. Racing, including
the SCSCS Season Opening Twin 60s, is slated to start at 7:00 p.m.
An early optional
practice session will be offered to teams the evening before from
5:00 p.m. through 8:00 p.m.
can be found on the Super Cup Stock Car Series official web site supercupstockcarseries.com
with interactive updates throughout race day available on Facebook
(search Super Cup Stock Car Series), Twitter (@SCSCSRacing), and