Construction Twin 50s Up Next at Motor Mile; Championship Finale
Added at Tri-County in October
North Carolina (August 16, 2022) – On the heels of another
unexpected month off from racing, the Super Cup Stock Car Series
gets back into gear with the next event and also has an announcement
regarding an added date to the schedule.
Motor Mile Speedway
in Radford, Virginia will host a jam-packed evening of competition,
featuring the A.L.L. Construction Twin 50s for the SCSCS, on
Saturday, August 20th for a general admission price of only $15.
The Radford, Virginia venue hosted two series events in 2021
for the first time and was well-received by each of the competitors.
The initial green
flag will fly before the sun sets and will be presented by Trick
Shot Sustainable Products, a generous partner of the series which
recently announced a deal to all SCSCS members, supporters, and fans
by going to https://itdoesthetrick.com/shop/
and entering coupon code (dashes included) THANK-YOU-SCSCS-25 to
save 25% on any purchase of $15 or more.
second 50-lap main event will occur under the stars and is presented
by STAAR Trucking, a customer-centric leader in the trucking and
shipping industry. Additionally
on the program of entertainment, the 0.416-mile oval will include
twin features for their local
Late Models as well as multiple other divisions.
The largest field
of the year so far is expected with multiple drivers making their
season debut. Grandstand
gates will open at 4:00 p.m. with a full docket of racing getting
underway at 7:00 p.m.
Both SCSCS winners
at Motor Mile in 2021 are currently the frontrunners for the
championship in 2022.
recent winner at Jennerstown, Jason Kitzmiller, leads Ben Ebeling by
47 points heading into the weekend.
There will be a slight points reset following the night, with
a competitor’s two worst performances dropped for the tally prior
to the final stretch of races.
On the topic of the
latter part of the season, it has been announced that the third time
will be a charm when it comes to racing in the Tarheel State in
2022. An agreement has
been reached to conclude the season on Saturday, October 22nd at
Hudson, North Carolina’s Tri-County Speedway.
The series has not held an event at the 4/10-mile oval since
its initial season in 2008, which was also the first ever points
participation as part of the historic track’s continued rebirth
would not be possible without various partners, which will be
detailed closer to the race date.
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