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Dan Bainey Wins Race of Survival at CNB Bank Raceway Park Super Cup Opener


Clearfield, Pennsylvania (May 17, 2015) – Hometown racer Dan Bainey outlasted a host of mechanical issues from his closest competitors, a late charge from veteran Harvey Harrison, and even the impending weather to take his first career win in only his second Super Cup Stock Car Series start.


The Window World 75 presented by RH2 held at CNB Bank Raceway Park in Clearfield, Pennsylvania saw four different leaders during its distance.  Bainey took the top spot from 2014 opening race winner Brent Nelson with less than 20 laps remaining after a late restart.


“I thought I burned the tires off, and thought I don’t think I can get around (Brent Nelson),” Bainey commented after the race.  “That last restart, he said he had an issue, and I wasn’t going to give up at the end there.  They said 10 laps to go and my ears were ringing; the excitement kicked in.  I think my heartrate was up to 150 there for a while.”

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Close Racing and Free Admission Set to Kick Off 2015 Super Cup Season at CNB

Skyland, North Carolina (May 11, 2015) – It has been a long race-less eight months, and the Super Cup Stock Car Series teams and drivers are more than ready to get back on the track.  Potentially the largest field in its eight year history is expected for the Window World 75 presented by RH2 at CNB Bank Raceway Park, and will feature the emergence of some changes for the 2015 season.


It was announced back in January that the series would be switching to the American Racer EC-82 economy compound as the tire to be used starting with the Clearfield, Pennsylvania event.  In order to keep competition fair and balanced, drivers will be required to practice a minimum of 30 laps on their race-selected tires.


Some of the top competitors have agreed that this change could be an equalizer going in and therefore should create some close racing on Saturday evening.  One of those drivers is last year’s runner up Kevin Kromer.

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Mix of Newer Faces in Hopes of Adding to Super Cup Competition in 2015


Skyland, North Carolina (April 14, 2015) – The bulk of veterans have already committed to returning for another season, continuing a sturdy foundation in the Super Cup Stock Car Series.  As an added bonus, fans will see a fresh look with several drivers announcing their intentions to join in on the fun starting with the upcoming season opener at CNB Bank Raceway Park in Clearfield, Pennsylvania.

Hometown driver Dan Bainey comes in with the goal of keeping up with the front runners and maybe putting a trophy on the shelf.  Debuting at the end of last season with a strong fourth place finish gives him high hopes going into 2015.


"It helps with my confidence as a driver, since for 15 years I have always been the one wrenching on the cars,” said Bainey.

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Brandon Harrison and Family Team Working Hard for More Super Cup Success


Skyland, North Carolina (March 31, 2015) – One staple since almost the beginning of the Super Cup Stock Car Series has been the presence of the Harrison family from deep in the valley of West Virginia.  2015 will be no different with three family members intending to run the full schedule once again, and perhaps looking forward to it the most is the youngest member of the racing family Brandon Harrison.

The driver in his mid-20s will return to racing on a full time basis after very limited starts in the last couple seasons.  Brandon got back in a rhythm quickly at the final race of 2014 with a top five qualifying effort and although his race was cut short after being collected in a wreck, he is optimistic heading into the season opener.

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Western Pennsylvania Drivers to Build upon Past Experiences and Results in 2015


Skyland, North Carolina (March 11, 2015) – The rural areas surrounding the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania have seen a hotbed of asphalt racing talent in recent decades, and the presence from that region has grown in the Super Cup Stock Car Series.  One bragging right the western part of the state does not have is a series championship; however, a couple drivers had their best season to date in 2014 and continue to inch closer toward that goal.

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2015 Race Schedule

Date Track
5/16 CNB Bank Raceway Park
6/13 Columbus Motor Speedway
6/27 CNB Bank Raceway Park
7/17 Motordrome Speedway
8/8 Midvale Speedway
8/22 CNB Bank Raceway Park
9/12 TBA
Schedule subject to change without notice.


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