Cup Stock Car Series Sets Presence in West Central Pennsylvania;
Releases 2015 Schedule
North Carolina (September 30, 2014) – The Super Cup
Stock Car Series has reached a long-term agreement with CNB Bank
Raceway Park for 2015 and beyond, which will include three visits to
the Clearfield, Pennsylvania facility during the new season.
“The series promotes itself as
‘racing the way it used to be’ which is exactly what people
need,” said CNB Bank Raceway Park president Tim Bainey Jr.
“It is an affordable way to have fun, in a great
atmosphere, with good competition, and set up in a way that
resembles what NASCAR racing was a few years ago when it was so
popular. The series really has it all and that is why I am making a
personal commitment to helping bring this series to our region.”
The season will begin at the 5/8-mile
asphalt oval on Saturday, May 2, 2015 and additional appearances
will take place in June and August.
Tim’s brother Dan Bainey made his Super Cup debut with a
fourth place finish at Jennerstown Speedway in September, another
track in the region along with a return to Motordrome Speedway that
have committed to the 2015 schedule as well.
“I believe the Super Cup Stock Car
Series is the key to the future of asphalt racing in this part of
the country,” continued Bainey. “I am really looking forward to
seeing this grow in a way that will keep racing affordable for those
of us who love it – long into the future.”
Annual trips to Ohio tracks Columbus
Motor Speedway and Midvale Speedway are also planned for the 2015
More details regarding the
partnership can be viewed on CNB Bank Raceway Park’s official web
The full 2015 tentative schedule along with rules and forms for the
new season can be accessed at the official Super Cup Stock Car
Series site www.supercupstockcarseries.com.
Machines in the Super Cup Stock Car Series Bring Storied Pasts
North Carolina (September 30, 2014) – The
Super Cup Stock Car Series features steel-bodied stock cars, a heavy
machine that is not widely used in the racing community as much as
it had been after several went away from traditional specifications.
Despite that, this style of car remains in existence all over
the country with many carrying quite the history.
The purchased or inherited machines active in Super Cup today
are no different, and many have been associated with some names that
have accomplished a good amount of success.
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Pack Wins the Battle and the War at Jennerstown Super Cup 2014
North Carolina (September 15, 2014) – It has been no secret
that Bealeton, Virginia’s JJ Pack has been the driver to beat
during the 2014 Super Cup Stock Car Series season.
Leading into the Flight 93 National Memorial race weekend at
Pennsylvania’s Jennerstown Speedway, Pack had finished no worse
than second throughout the year.
Richardson-owned and Black Draft Distillery/IceBoxx
Customs-sponsored No. 16 Chevrolet driven by Pack claimed the Pole
Award once again heading into the 75-lap feature presented by
Mignogna Collision Center. After
the redraw, Jeff Zillweger led the field to green for the second
time this season with Pack starting fifth.
Outside front row starter Brian Harrison was even with
Zillweger through the first two turns and then pulled ahead.
Zillweger got loose and looped his car on the inside of turn
four to bring out the first caution with one lap complete.
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Pack Closes in on Super Cup Championship Going into Jennerstown
North Carolina (September 8, 2014) – The Super Cup Stock Car
Series embarks upon their final event of the 2014 season with the
running of the Flight 93 National Memorial race being held at
Jennerstown Speedway on Saturday. The
Super Cup 75-lap portion will be presented by Mignogna Collision
Center and will be a Boschett winner’s race in which a custom
Boschett Timepiece will be awarded to all former series race winners
in attendance at the post-season trophy presentation that will take
place the same evening.
One driver has set
himself apart from the competition with a nearly flawless record to
Virginia’s JJ Pack has been racing stock cars for more than a
decade and entered his first Super Cup Stock Car Series race in
2010. Since then he has
raced on and off with the series, but in 2014 his team decided to
make a full time run for the championship.
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Pack Sweeps at CNB Bank Raceway Park and Moves One Step Closer to
Super Cup Championship
North Carolina (August 24, 2014) – The headline may lead to
the thought that Bealeton, Virginia’s JJ Pack had a dominant path
to a flag-to-flag win in Saturday night’s Cool Shirt Systems 75
presented by On Track Racing Experience; however, it was nothing of
Pack claimed his
second straight pole award in convincing fashion, but after the
redraw started on the outside of row one next to Brian Harrison who
was returning after a two race absence.
At a facility that had undergone significant rainfall in the
last week it was unknown how the cars would react to going side by
side from the get go. Nevertheless,
Pack worked his way around on the outside for the lead before coming
to the stripe to complete the first lap.
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Joins North Carolinians in Mourning the Passing of Senator Martin
North Carolina (March
8, 2014) – Martin
Nesbitt Jr., attorney and esteemed North Carolina legislator for
more than 30 years passed away Thursday March 6th. Noted for
many accomplishments within his duties in the state legislator and
champion of causes to better the less fortunate, Senator Nesbitt
could also be found assuming a different leadership role at a
variety of regional short tracks as crew chief for son Mart and more
recently granddaughter Taylor as well.
Citing stomach cancer, the passing of Martin Nesbitt Jr. was
rather unexpected with his resignation as NC Senate minority speaker
coming just two days prior. The following day, a grand welcome
awaited the statesman on his return to his lifelong home of Buncombe
County. North Carolina.
has lost a very great friend and had provided invaluable insight
beyond the formative years of the series. Martins absence will
be felt by many within his extended racing family", commented
Series Director Joe Schmaling. "We offer our deepest sympathies
to the Nesbitt family at this time of great loss".