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Slight Schedule Shakeup Paves Way for Exciting Opportunities in 2023 for SCSCS Competitors


Statesville, North Carolina (March 8, 2023) – The slate of races for 2023 may look rearranged from past Super Cup Stock Car Series years, but will provide for numerous exciting occasions.  The schedule includes seven events at as many venues spanning three states.

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Jason Kitzmiller and CR7 Motorsports Keep a Streak of Unique SCSCS Champions Alive in 2022


Hudson, North Carolina (November 7, 2022) – Immediately following an entertaining evening of racing for the final time in 2022, the Super Cup Stock Car Series held its annual season-ending trophy presentation thanks to the hospitality of the Tri-County Speedway staff.

Maysville, West Virginia’s Jason Kitzmiller was formally recognized as the champion, one year after earning Rookie of the Year honors.


“We set out as a goal last year in the last couple races that we want to try to win this this year, so it is really very fulfilling,” Kitzmiller, whose No. 97 A.L.L. Construction, Inc. / Grant County Mulch / A & J Excavating / CR7 Motorsports Chevrolet started off the season in victory lane at Dominion Raceway, the first two of six wins in 2022, said.  “A lot of effort went into where we were at tonight.  We really had a good year.”

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Purkhiser and Nelson Spin and Win at Tri-County; Kitzmiller Named SCSCS Champion in Thrilling Conclusion to 2022 Season

Hudson, North Carolina (October 23, 2022) – The 2022 season finale featuring rounds five and six of the Super Cup Stock Car Series Championship Series had something for everyone in attendance at Tri-County Speedway on Saturday night.  Its first appearance at the unique 4/10-mile oval for many of the competitors resulted in quite the showdown all the way until the last checkered flag waved.


Jason Kitzmiller started off the evening by shattering the past series track record with a time of 16.135 seconds, nearly a half second faster than the mark set back in 2008.  The third Pole Award of the year would draw the Maysville, West Virginia driver five points closer to locking up the championship in which he has led since the onset of the season.

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Returning Drivers at Returning Track Join Final Championship Battle of 2022 SCSCS Season


Statesville, North Carolina (October 19, 2022) – By the time Saturday’s fifth and sixth rounds of the Super Cup Stock Car Series Championship Series conclude, someone will be hoisting the title trophy for the first time in their career.  The host facility for this year’s finale is a familiar track from back in the infancy of the series.


Tri-County Speedway in Hudson, North Carolina was the second venue the SCSCS ever visited as an exhibition race and then kicked off the inaugural season schedule in 2008 where Megan Reitenour earned the first checkered flag in the official record books.

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Doug George and Brent Nelson Unexpected Winners in Chaotic Conclusion at Dominion Raceway


Thornburg, Virginia (October 10, 2022) – Super Cup Stock Car Series Championship Series rounds three and four at Dominion Raceway were filled with surprises right from the get go and all the way until the final lap of the night.


Points leader Jason Kitzmiller, who was absent from the afternoon’s practice sessions due to an earlier commitment, set a series new track record navigating the 4/10-mile oval in 15.631 seconds.  The Maysville, West Virginia driver dueled side by side with redraw pole starter Ron Langdon for the early laps before clearing the No. 17 National Appliance / Oval Speed Unlimited / Langdon’s Automotive Chevrolet for the top spot.


It looked to be Kitzmiller picking up where he left off in April at the Thornburg, Virginia facility, but suddenly on lap 24 of 60, the engine expired on the No. 97 A.L.L. Construction, Inc. / Grant County Mulch / A & J Excavating / CR7 Motorsports Chevrolet thus ending a streak of 25 consecutive top five results.

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Take Two:  SCSCS Championship Series Rounds 3 & 4 Set for Dominion on Saturday, October 8th


Statesville, North Carolina (October 5, 2022) – Five months can feel like an eternity ago while for others seems like yesterday.  For current Super Cup Stock Car Series point leader Jason Kitzmiller, the memories could certainly be the latter throughout a long road for the 2022 title that continues on this Saturday at Dominion Raceway.


At the season opening Twin 60s in late April at the 4/10-mile oval facility, the Maysville, West Virginia driver captured his first two of six wins this year in what has been a season-long view from the top of the standings.  That does not mean Kitzmiller has gone uncontested, however.

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Impending Hurricane Ian Pushes SCSCS Championship Series Event at Dominion to October 8th


Statesville, North Carolina (September 27, 2022) – With the uncertainty of Hurricane Ian’s projected forecast, Dominion Raceway in coordination with the  Super Cup Stock Car Series have made the proactive decision to postpone this weekend’s festivities, including the SCSCS Championship Series twin races, to the following Saturday, October 8th.


The SCSCS has been fortunate to encounter minimal weather-related impacts since the threat of Hurricane Cindy canceled an event in the summer of 2017, but constantly keeps watch for the safety of competitors and their families.  Thoughts are with everyone preparing for or evacuating from the current impending storm.


Looking ahead, the final event of the season remains scheduled for Saturday, October 22nd at Tri-County Speedway.  This will mark the first time the series has competed at the North Carolina facility since their inaugural points event in March 2008.


More information regarding the upcoming event at Dominion Raceway will be available on the Super Cup Stock Car Series official web site supercupstockcarseries.com as well as on Facebook (search Super Cup Stock Car Series), Twitter (@SCSCSRacing), and Instagram (SCSCS_Racing).



Kitzmiller and Nelson Outrun the Rain in SCSCS Championship Series Rounds 1 & 2 at Jennerstown


Jennerstown, Pennsylvania (September 11, 2022) – Weather loomed from mid-afternoon on, but the Jennerstown Speedway Complex staff tirelessly worked to successfully complete the evening’s festivities, which included the Super Cup Stock Car Series Championship Series Rounds One and Two, for the fans and competitors in attendance.

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2023 Race Schedule




Motor Mile Speedway

Radford, VA


Franklin County Speedway

Callaway, VA


Jennerstown Speedway

Jennerstown, PA


Shenandoah Speedway

Shenandoah, VA


Dominion Raceway 

Thornburg, VA


Lonesome Pine Raceway

Coeburn, VA





Little Rock

Rockingham, NC

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