2021 SCSCS

National Champion

Ben Ebeling

2021 SCSCS

Division Champions

Brent Nelson - Mid-Atlantic

Kevin Kromer - North

Ben Ebeling - South

2021 SCSCS

Rookie of the Year

Jason Kitzmiller

In Memory of a Racer

Charlie Canterbury

1953 to 2009


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Trick Shot® and STAAR Trucking Sign On as Primary and Secondary SCSCS TV Partners


Reynoldsville, Pennsylvania (October 27, 2021) – On behalf of STAAR Lubricants, management team and partners, Trick Shot® Sustainable Products is proud to announce a joint venture with STAAR Trucking, in the co-branding of the Super Cup Stock Car Series. This exciting opportunity will provide the ability for all three entities to vastly showcase products and strengthen their brand, utilizing the upcoming televised events from 2021 and beyond on the MAVTV Motorsports Network.


Owned by Benny and Todd Gordon, familiar names that famously won two Pro Cup Series national titles and four division titles with Benny as driver and Todd as his crew chief, STAAR Trucking is one of the fastest growing asset-based transportation companies in the Northeast.

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Blessings Abound as 2021’s Award Winners Are Celebrated


Thornburg, Virginia (October 10, 2021) – The morning after the season-ending twin 60-lap races last weekend, several drivers along with their family and crew members converged one final time for 2021.  Thanks to the hospitality of Dominion Raceway, the annual awards presentation took place at the 118 Bar and Grill located on the facility property.


Festivities kicked off with series director Joe Schmaling announcing that the Super Cup Stock Car Series will again begin and conclude their 2022 season at the Thornburg, Virginia 4/10-mile oval on Saturday, April 30th and either September 24th or October 1st, respectively.  The final trophy presented was to the overall series champion, Ben Ebeling, the ninth different one in the last decade.

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2021 Winner and Champion:  Ben Ebeling in Command of SCSCS Final Night of Festivities at Dominion


Thornburg, Virginia (October 4, 2021) – All Ben Ebeling needed to do was finish in the top five to cap off a season of ultimate consistency and claim the championship.  The accomplishments went a step further with Saturday’s Super Cup Stock Car Series Championship Night at Dominion Raceway.


The afternoon started off with the Hickory, North Carolina driver setting a new track record of 15.768 seconds, a mere 15 thousandths of a second quicker than the only other remaining title contender Bob Schacht.  In addition to that, Ebeling’s son Landon drew him the first starting position as part of the six-car redraw.


Two yellow flags slowed the competition in the first 60-lap main event, but it was Ebeling’s No. 44 Startown Carpet & Floor Coverings / Swanny's Auto Sales / Wrenn’s Lawn Service / L & C Truck Repair / Battery Specialist of Hickory / RE Suspension Ford that established itself as the car to beat on the restarts and ensuing green flag runs.


Time in the shop was the key to a flag-to-flag victory, Ebeling’s eighth of the year, and what sealed the deal for the championship before the field even took the green flag for the second race.

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Stage Is Set for SCSCS Championship Night at Dominion Raceway


Statesville, North Carolina (September 28, 2021) – The scenarios have been calculated leading into the curtain-closing Super Cup Stock Car Series race weekend of 2021.  The overall champion along with various additional accolades will be named by night’s end at Dominion Raceway, the third consecutive instance in which the Thornburg, Virginia facility has hosted such an occasion.


Perhaps not coincidentally since they have led the pack from the get go, the two drivers remaining in contention for the championship split the victories at the 4/10-mile oval when the season began in early May.  Ben Ebeling holds a fairly comfortable 93-point advantage on Bob Schacht as the field of competitors will make their way onto the speedway on Saturday afternoon.


Ebeling, from Hickory, North Carolina, is currently in his longest dry spell between race wins (only four) over his SCSCS career, but has used consistency down the stretch to maintain command of the points lead.  He will essentially need to finish in the top five, a feat he has only failed to complete once in all of 2021, in order to lock up his first overall title and continue a span of no repeat champions since 2012.

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Bridesmaids No More:  Clean Sweep for Kitzmiller and Team at Motor Mile


Radford, Virginia (September 12, 2021) – Riding in on the momentum of four consecutive runner-up finishes, Jason Kitzmiller has been on the verge of breaking through for a first career Super Cup Stock Car Series victory for quite some time now.  On Friday evening at Motor Mile Speedway, the Maysville, West Virginia driver ended that particular streak in a most favorable way.


After being top of the board in the lone practice session of the afternoon, next came qualifying for the twin 50-lap races that were on the docket.  Kitzmiller was right in the thick of where he needed to be, the No. 97 A.L.L. Construction / CR7 Motorsports Garage Chevrolet only 0.029 seconds off the fastest time.  That mark was set by Ben Ebeling for his third pole award this year and gained the Hickory, North Carolina competitor five more bonus points toward his championship lead.  In fact, first back to third place, Mooresville, North Carolina’s Bob Schacht, were separated by just over five hundredths of a second, each of which breaking the SCSCS track record from the August visit to the 0.416-mile oval.

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Penultimate Event Focus Shifts Resulting in Return Trip to Motor Mile


Statesville, North Carolina (September 3, 2021) – Following the success of the inaugural visit a month back and thanks to the facility’s support and assistance in generously stepping up with coordination aspects, the next Super Cup Stock Car Series road toward the championship will take place at a different venue than initially expected.  Friday, September 10th will feature twin main events at Motor Mile Speedway.


A set of unfortunate circumstances related to the originally scheduled Kentuckiana Dual Weekend, factors of which were partly outside the overall realm of series control, resulted in this reorganization being made.  Series officials remain optimistic that a plan can potentially be formulated for some flexibility to further encourage the growing interest in teams throughout the Midwest area to join the series for the future.


Looking immediately ahead, the third and fourth rounds of the Championship Series slate will each be 50 laps in distance, while the annual increase to 60 laps will take place as part of finale weekend at Dominion Raceway on Saturday, October 2nd.  The final four races of 2021 will now be settled entirely within the Commonwealth of Virginia. 

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The “Petersburg Posse” Reigns Supreme in Final Jennerstown Visit of 2021


Jennerstown, Pennsylvania (August 23, 2021) – Jennerstown Speedway Complex may have to rename themselves to Petersburg after Saturday’s dominance of the Super Cup Stock Car Series Twin 50s by residents of Grant County, West Virginia.


For the first time in numerous years of competition, qualifying was canceled due to a brief passing shower and to allow for the fans in the Laurel Highlands region to enjoy the complete program of feature racing.  Lineup was set by points going into the event with the top six redrawing for their starting position.

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SCSCS Championship Stretch Begins at Familiar Pennsylvania Venue This Saturday


Statesville, North Carolina (August 17, 2021) – The stage is set for the Super Cup Stock Car Series as teams begin their final rally toward the overall championship and additional awards.  The third visit of 2021 to Jennerstown Speedway Complex will kick it all off this Saturday with twin 50-lap feature races.

Pausing after the most recent event at Motor Mile Speedway, the points were reset with the worst two performances of the season for each top driver being dropped from the total.  Overall, the battle for the championship to be settled in early October at Virginia’s Dominion Raceway has mainly come down to two competitors.

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2022 Race Schedule




*Dominion Raceway

Spotsylvania, VA


Midvale Speedway

Midvale, OH


Shenandoah Speedway

Shenandoah, VA



UMI Motorsports Park

Clearfield, PA


Jennerstown Speedway

Jennerstown, PA


Motor Mile Speedway

Radford, VA


Jennerstown Speedway

Jennerstown, PA


*Dominion Raceway

Spotsylvania, VA


Hickory Motor Speedway

Hickory, NC

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*Schedule subject to change without notice.


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