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Harvey Harrison

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Trent Gossar

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Charlie Canterbury

1953 to 2009



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Final Phase in the Completion of  2017 SCSCS Schedule


Oviedo, Florida (January 3, 2017) – Any teams considering participating in the SCSCS during 2017 are encouraged to get paperwork filed as soon as possible.  As outlined previous, registrations play a big role in determining where SCSCS events are scheduled.  "The effort to balance the travel burden on all of our competitors is an important part of our off-season job," says Competition Director Joe Schmaling.  Even teams that plan to utilize temporary licensing should submit registration forms for consideration, including the placement of special events."



After Strong 2016 Finish, Ashton Intending to be Back with SCSCS


Mount Joy, Pennsylvania (December 15, 2016) – Bill Ashton had his best year to date in 2016.  His third full season in the Super Cup Stock Car Series was capped off with a big win at his home track and a career best fourth place finish in points.  Nevertheless, at the time the Hopwood, Pennsylvania veteran hinted that it could be his final year competing.


Fast forward a few months and the current intention is to return for another slate of races as another page of the calendar turns.


“Finally got the car to where I’m less likely to have problems, so why quit now?” Ashton remarked.  “I couldn’t have asked for a better season, finishing every race without tearing it up.”

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2017 SCSCS Schedule Coming Together


Oviedo, Florida (December 12, 2016) – The Super Cup Stock Car Series schedule for 2017 is filling quickly.  Sister tracks, Kingsport and Lonesome Pine have recently signed on for the coming season and the remaining openings are in discussions.  "We are happy to announce the return of Lonesome Pine as the addition of Kingsport to our 2017 schedule', says Series Director Joe Schmaling.  "Our registrations from the area gave us the chance to add Kingsport which may prove to be a first step in developing a potential Southern division of SCSCS."

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United Tire Signs On as Presenting Sponsor for 2017 SCSCS Races


Mount Joy, Pennsylvania (November 16, 2016) – United Tire and Service, which is based in southeastern Pennsylvania, has agreed to be a presenting sponsor for all races in the Super Cup Stock Car Series for 2017. For well over three decades, United Tire has been comprised of a network of 18 auto repair and tire facilities across the Delaware Valley.


Super Cup Stock Car Series competitor Steve Harvilla is one of the founding members of United Tire. He looks forward to showcasing the brand to a wider audience through the partnership from behind the wheel of the Bobby Gerhart Racing stock car, which he debuted at Lonesome Pine Raceway (VA) in 2016. Steve has been a member of the Bobby Gerhart Racing team for the past 26 years and has assisted with the construction of the race cars and work in the pit crew. The Super Cup Stock Car Series has allowed Steve to fulfill his lifelong dream of becoming a racecar driver.

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RacingJunk.com Becomes the Official Classifieds of SCSCS


Mount Joy, Pennsylvania (November 1, 2016) – The Super Cup Stock Car Series is proud to announce an exciting partnership with RacingJunk.com, the largest online motorsports marketplace, to become the “Official Classifieds” of the stock car touring series.  The SCSCS.com Classified Ads page will now feature the RacingJunk.com logo which serves as a redirect to the RacingJunk website.


SCSCS fully supports RacingJunk.com’s grassroots initiative, which in return will provide drivers, teams, and fans a streamlined experience exploring a wide range of services to benefit from.

RacingJunk.com is a subsidiary of MotorHeadMedia.com. With over 850,000 registered members, the website connects to more than 2.0 million buyers and sellers every month, generating 30 million+ page views.


The Super Cup Stock Car Series formed in late 2007 as an affordable alternative to existing full-bodied stock car racing tours. The series features 600 horsepower, steel-bodied stock cars that were formerly associated with similar racing divisions. SCSCS enters its 10th full season of “Racin’ the Way It Used To Be!” in 2017 with events at pavement short tracks throughout the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic.


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The Unsung Heroes of the Super Cup Stock Car Series


Mount Joy, Pennsylvania (October 12, 2016) – Much like any motorsports operation or organization, success in the Super Cup Stock Car Series is based on much more than a single driver or car.  It is a complete team effort.  Sometimes flying under the radar from race to race are those that are right there for the season-long ride, and many make up a major piece of the puzzle as part of the group.

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New Champion Harvey Harrison and More Receive Accolades at 2016 Trophy Presentation


Somerset, Pennsylvania (September 6, 2016) – The best among the Super Cup Stock Car Series converged one more time in 2016 the morning after the finale event for an awards breakfast and annual trophy presentation.  The gathering, held at Hoss’s Steak and Seahouse in Somerset, Pennsylvania, nearby Jennerstown Speedway, featured several competitors and their teams rewarded for a successful season.


Harvey Harrison took home the highest achievement with the 2016 champion’s trophy, the first in his more than eight year career in the series.

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Ashton and Rohrbaugh Win Season Finale Twin 50s; Harrison Achieves First SCSCS Championship


Jennerstown, Pennsylvania (August 29, 2016) – A wide variety of storylines paired with differing sets of goals were ready to be played out entering the Heritage Coal / Farmer’s Union Co-Op Night at the Races presented by Grip Clean.  A new Super Cup Stock Car Series champion was certain to be crowned by the end of the night, but some feel good tales involving some unexpected familiar faces would take place up front as a series record number of competitors graced Jennerstown Speedway on Saturday evening.


Larry Berg started off the day continuing the streak of no repeat fast qualifiers in 2016 in his No. 7 Grant County Mulch, Inc. Ford.  Bill Ashton, for the second time this season at the 1/2-mile facility, redrew the pole starting spot.


Ashton proved to have his car dialed in better on this occasion from the start.  He and championship contender Brent Nelson fought for the top spot early on.  The Hopwood, Pennsylvania driver of the No. 35 Ethel’s Edibles / Medved Moving & Storage Chevrolet led early on but drifted back to fourth in the middle stages of the race.


Points leader Harvey Harrison made his first presence known near the front of the field early on, after narrowly avoiding a multi-car incident involving series newcomers Steve Harvilla and Clair Zimmerman.  He would get by Nelson for the lead after another restart following the halfway point.


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2017 Race Schedule



6/3 Pending


Kingsport Speedway


Jennerstown Speedway

Twin Features


Lonesome Pine Raceway


Jennerstown Speedway

Twin Features

9/16 TBA

2017 Special Events Schedule



5/20 TBA
6/17 TBA
7/22 TBA
9/9 TBA
10/28 TBA

Schedule subject to change without notice.


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