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Multitude of Racers Hope to Add Name to Lengthy Record Book of Past SCSCS Jennerstown Achievers on Saturday


Statesville, North Carolina (June 13, 2023) – The facility that has hosted the most events in Super Cup Stock Car Series history is second on the schedule this season.  It will be the only chance to visit Jennerstown Speedway Complex’s victory lane in 2023, attracting the interest of several competitors prior to when the green flag waves this coming weekend, many of which will be making their first start of the year.


Jeff Zillweger, from nearby Pittsburgh, has received race day advice and feedback in recent times from NASCAR Truck Series racer Norm Benning.  Prior to a return to the Laurel Highlands region of Pennsylvania, the three-time Hard Charger of the race award winner at Jennerstown has received some additional assistance in preparing from one of the well-known families within the SCSCS.


“The Harrisons have been helping with putting a body on,” Zillweger indicated, regarding the 2016 series champion Harvey Harrison and Brian Harrison, runner-up twice last time out at Franklin County Speedway, and their contributions in Renick, West Virginia to ready the No. 18 machine.  “Great guys to stop what they are doing to help me.  I really appreciate them.”


Zillweger will be looking to repeat or better a third-place performance at Dominion Raceway last October and at his home track in 2016 in which he also scored third in the series standings that year.


Additional Pennsylvania residents with intentions to appear for their 2023 debut include Greensburg’s John Komarinski, a past Late Model and Street Stock competitor and 18-time SCSCS starter at the track with a best finish of fourth in his signature No. 33.  Warrington’s Mike Senica will be back aboard the Ashton Racing No. 57 in hopes of topping an eighth-place result around the 0.522-mile oval last July.

2019 rookie of the year Lauren Butler is scheduled to take the reigns of Jason Schue’s No. 3 during Saturday evening.  It will be the West Mifflin, Pennsylvania former Street Stock track champion’s first appearance since July of last year behind the wheel in the series and at the track, in which she has a best SCSCS finish of second twice.  Gloucester, Virginia’s Jeff Thomas used to call Pennsylvania home and will be bringing his ride back north to see what he can do, with guidance from Butler’s Edlin Motorsports team.  Richard Hauck joins from a few states over, Howell, Michigan to be exact, and much like Senica will search to improve upon a best past finish of eighth.


Many of the familiar names from two weeks ago are entered once again.  The earlier mentioned father and son duo of Harvey Harrison and Brian Harrison have shown achievement at Jennerstown before.  

Harvey’s last SCSCS win came at the speedway in 2018, while Brian led at the halfway point twice in the past there and is hungrier than ever to be one spot better than his four career runner-up results.  The younger Harrison will be making his first start at the facility since 2017.


Hickory, North Carolina’s Ben Ebeling won both races at Franklin County Speedway to open the season and will certainly be a factor to add to that victory total this weekend as well.  Nevertheless, while the 2021 champion continues to refine his own Jennerstown skills, eyes in the stands could likely be on his teammate and car owner.  Bill Ashton, from Uniontown, Pennsylvania, scored his only SCSCS win in 2016 at the track and showed formidable speed in a new ride for 2023 at Franklin County.


Last for now but absolutely not least is the driver who has been synonymous with success in Pennsylvania.  Petersburg, West Virginia’s Brent Nelson suffered motor issues early at Franklin County in his new primary car’s maiden voyage.  As a result, the leader of 480 laps at Jennerstown will be bringing out the trusty “backup” ride, a No. 80 that won five past occurrences in the last two years at the speedway.


Grandstand gates will open at 4:00 p.m. with racing getting underway, including Jennerstown Speedway Complex’s six weekly divisions of competition, at 6:00 p.m.


Tickets can be purchased in advance at and for those unable to catch the action in person, FloRacing cameras are on hand capturing every lap from green to checkered.


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