New Records Begin or Current Hot Streaks Continue at Jennerstown
Trick Shot Twins?
North Carolina (July 12, 2022) – Following an unexpected
five-week layoff, the Super Cup Stock Car Series is ready to bounce
back at a familiar venue in the Laurel Highlands region of
Speedway Complex hosts its first of two appearances in 2022 this
Saturday and there will be many teams with differing objectives
heading into the evening.
Nelson has been the hottest driver as of late at the 1/2-mile oval.
The Petersburg, West Virginia resident has achieved victory
in four of the last five visits.
The only other driver to win over that timeframe is Hickory,
North Carolina’s Ben Ebeling, who heads into the weekend with four
consecutive SCSCS trophies.
currently amidst a tight point lead battle with Jason Kitzmiller
from Maysville, West Virginia. 2021’s
top rookie led a total of 36 laps in last year’s Jennerstown
races, but the Dominion event winner from back in April will be
searching to earn his first checkered flag at the track.
Motorsports teammate Larry Berg hopes to continue or better a streak
of second and third place results over the last two events at
Shenandoah and Midvale. The
Petersburg, West Virginia grandfather of six-time Jennerstown winner
Codie Rohrbaugh was fast qualifier in 2016 and has multiple top five
finishes, but has not competed there since 2018.
number of other racers intend to get a new string of impressive
performances going after missing out on recent races.
It will be a homecoming return for West Mifflin,
Pennsylvania’s Lauren Butler as the past Street Stock champion’s
familiar purple and pink racecar gets its final repairs completed in
the Edlin Motorsports shop this week.
Twin brothers Hayden and Landon Brothers also are focused on
getting going again in their team cars out of York, Pennsylvania if
all goes according to plan.
Richard Hauck will
make the haul from Howell, Michigan in his first race back after
sustaining damage in an incident at the season opening event at
Dominion, while a few others will make their debut arrival of 2022.
them is another local racer, Jeff Zillweger, in which a majority of
the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania driver’s past SCSCS success has come
at Jennerstown. Jeff
Thomas, originally from Pennsylvania and a Street Stock regular for
a season at the track that now calls Gloucester, Virginia home,
expects to make the trip up as well.
Pennsylvania’s Mike Senica has a couple new corporate partners on
board as he looks to continue improving upon prior consistent
results in his ride fielded by past SCSCS Jennerstown winner Bill
Ashton. This only
scratches the surface regarding those expected to be on hand come
Practice is slated
to begin at 2:45 p.m. with qualifying taking place at 5:25 p.m.
The first of the Super Cup Stock Car Series Trick Shot
Sustainable Products Twin 50-lap main events will get underway at
6:00 p.m. with a planned autograph session behind the grandstands
for fans between races.
The Pit Row TV
production crew will be in attendance to film the races in
preparation for another season of SCSCS racing to premiere on MAVTV
Motorsports Network later in the year.
can be found on the Super Cup Stock Car Series official web site supercupstockcarseries.com
with interactive updates throughout race day available on Facebook
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