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Larry Frame Set to Tackle 2024 With a Storied Ride and Knowledgeable Advice


Statesville, North Carolina (February 8, 2024) Planning to join the Super Cup Stock Car Series behind the wheel in 2024 is Larry Frame, an individual with motorsports in his blood practically his entire life.


"I got hooked on racing at a very young age," Frame indicated about his interest growing up watching races at places in northern Virginia such as the Old Dominion Speedway, a track in which the SCSCS visited in 2011.


Despite that, the chance to make his driving debut did not arrive until the age of 44.


"I raced a grocery getter at Eastside Speedway," Frame began, regarding his past experience at a 4/10-mile dirt facility located in Waynesboro, Virginia.  "Later I started racing Mini Mods at (nearby track) Winchester Speedway and (on asphalt) at Shenandoah Speedway."


The latter, which will host the fifth running of the Veterans Classic on Saturday, June 1st, Frame collected a couple trophies in the process during his previous tenure competing there.


Frame will be piloting a ride with a good amount of SCSCS history.  It last saw track time at Jennerstown Speedway with Codie Rohrbaugh driving in 2014 and before that was the original in which Brent Nelson first purchased from another occasional series competitor, Jeff Roark, to join the series in 2010 and ran most recently at the former Columbus Motor Speedway more than a decade ago.


"I am looking forward to racing with the Super Cup series this year in one of Brent Nelson's cars," Frame, who has assisted the No. 80 team during multiple past race days, commented.


"I think Larry is as excited as a kid in a candy store to drive this year," Nelson, a 20-time series winner, added.  "I am glad to see him getting one of my cars ready to race and have fun, rather than it just sitting in the shop."


Nelson recognizes Frame could have a steep learning curve, but ahead of his debut has provided a good amount of advice that certainly could be universal to anyone continuing to acquire knowledge and skill.


"I've told him to take it easy and learn the feel of the car, then, as he gets more comfortable, he can step it up," Nelson explained.  "These heavier cars will not turn when you try to drive them in deep until you are very comfortable, then you will still drive it in too hard.  I still catch myself doing it from time to time."


The first three events for the 2024 Super Cup Stock Car Series campaign have been confirmed, beginning with the Coalminers Classic at Coeburn, Virginia's Lonesome Pine Motorsports Park on Saturday, May 4th.  A future release will detail the schedule in full once the remaining dates have been finalized.


More information can be found on the Super Cup Stock Car Series official website, on Facebook (search Super Cup Stock Car Series), Twitter (@SCSCSRacing), and Instagram (SCSCS_Racing).



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Lonesome Pine Raceway Park

Coeburn, VA


Shenandoah Speedway

Shenandoah, VA


Franklin County Speedway

Callaway, VA


Shenandoah Speedway

Shenandoah, VA


Lonesome Pine Raceway Park

Coeburn, VA



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