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Jim Crabtree Jr.

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Jim Crabtree Jr. - North

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Jerod Brougher

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Charlie Canterbury

1953 to 2009



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Home Track Advice Assists Ebeling to SCSCS Sweep at Kingsport


Kingsport, Tennessee (June 16, 2018) – In the initial appearance for the Super Cup Stock Car Series at Kingsport Speedway, a vast majority of drivers on hand were navigating the tricky oval known as the “Concrete Jungle” for the first time.  Hickory, North Carolina’s Ben Ebeling was one of those, but adapted to the 3/8-mile rather efficiently leading into Operation: Johnson Kitty Friday Night Thunder at Kingsport presented by Racing Radios.


In qualifying it was Ebeling’s team owner, Mike Potter, who scored a well-received first career SCSCS pole award as evidenced by the cheers from the local fans in the stands and team members in the pits with a best time of 15.516 seconds.  The nearby Johnson City, Tennessee resident broke out into an impressive lead from the get-go in his No. 14 Potter Racing Chevrolet, his first laps led in series competition.


As the first of the twin 50-lap races progressed past halfway, Potter’s advantage on second place Ebeling began to shrink.  After a few laps of hounding the back bumper, the No. 44 Startown Carpet and Flooring / / Battery Specialists / Potter Racing Ford peeked under Potter.  After a couple circuits of side by side action, the first lead change of the event came on lap 38.

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Milestones to be Achieved during Operation: Johnson Kitty Friday Night Thunder at Kingsport presented by Racing Radios

Statesville, North Carolina (June 11, 2018) – Details are all set for what should be a banner Friday night of thunder at Kingsport Speedway.  After Tropical Storm Cindy swept through the first attempt to compete at the Eastern Tennessee facility in 2017, the Super Cup Stock Car Series drivers and teams have been anxiously awaiting to make some noise on the “Concrete Jungle” racing surface.


Operation: Johnson Kitty, a non-profit organization based in nearby Johnson City, will serve as the primary partner for the night’s activities.  The SCSCS looks forward to supporting their mission to empower the community to advocate for every cat’s right to be safe, healthy, and valued.  Operation: Johnson Kitty will be on hand at the track raising funds for spays, neuters, and vaccinations for feral and community cats.

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From Front to Back to Front, Schacht Sweeps at Midvale


Midvale, Ohio (June 3, 2018) – Bob Schacht showed that he was the car to beat throughout Saturday’s McInturf Realty Twin 50s presented by Patrick Miller Photography, but getting to victory lane was by no means the easiest of tasks once the green flag for each flew.


The Mooresville, North Carolina veteran driver shattered the track record in qualifying with a fast time of 14.473 seconds and the top six redraw went in his favor after pulling the number one pill for the first 50-lap feature.  Schacht accelerated into the lead over 2017’s Jennerstown Speedway finale winner J.P. Crabtree III until a caution was displayed 17 laps in.

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McInturf Realty Twin 50s presented by Patrick Miller Photography Continues SCSCS Midvale Tradition


Statesville, North Carolina (May 29, 2018) – An eighth straight year sees the Super Cup Stock Car Series invade Eastern Ohio this coming Saturday.  Under new management with John and Kelley Chapman calling the shots for the 65th season of competition, the drivers and teams on the circuit are looking forward to continuing the tradition of visiting the pristine Midvale Speedway facility.


Two former winners on the tight 3/10-mile oval are slated to try their hand at returning to victory lane at the McInturf Realty Twin 50s presented by Patrick Miller Photography.  Petersburg, West Virginia’s Brent Nelson looks to turn around a dismal result from one year ago and bring his No. 80 Airtek Inc. / Steam Turbine Services / Precision Auto Collision / Atkinson Welding Chevrolet back to success, similar to 2016.

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Bob Schacht, Mother Nature Split SCSCS Duels at Dominion


Thornburg, Virginia (April 29, 2018) – Longtime racer Bob Schacht can now officially declare himself a Super Cup Stock Car Series points-paying race winner.


The North Carolina resident bested his previous track record set during September’s special event held at Dominion Raceway in Thornburg, Virginia with a time of 15.872 seconds.  After the six fastest qualifiers redrew for their starting positions for 2018’s season opening Duels at Dominion, the No. 75 Engineered Components / Bob Schacht Motorsports Chevrolet would have to climb from fifth position to find its way to the front.


SCSCS newcomer Allen Purkhiser, making his first appearance in a stock car in approximately six years, showed that he could dust the rust off fairly quickly and jumped out to the early lead at the 4/10-mile facility.  Schacht found his way to the runner-up position fairly efficiently and was knocking on the door as the competitors approached slower traffic.

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SCSCS Duels at Dominion Kicks Off 2018 Season Saturday


Statesville, North Carolina (April 24, 2018) – At least seven months of hard work and determination in race shops up and down the eastern portion of the country all will culminate on Saturday, April 28.  The Super Cup Stock Car Series 2018 season will begin at the site of their most recent race, Dominion Raceway in Thornburg, Virginia.


15 full-bodied stock cars invaded the 4/10-mile oval for a special event in September 2017.  Heading in with perhaps the most momentum is the driver who took the checkered flag at the end of that 75-lap distance, Bob Schacht.


“I liked it a lot, especially because I won, but it’s got good grip, it’s super wide, and it’s really a nice facility,” the driver of the No. 75 Engineered Components / Bob Schacht Motorsports Chevrolet noted.


Schacht knows that the caliber of competition will be even heavier this time around given that it will set the stage for the championship battle in the 11th season of the SCSCS.  The veteran driver whose home base is Mooresville, North Carolina will be going full bore for the first time in his short tenure with the series.

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Competitors Switching Things Up In Preparation for 2018 SCSCS Season


Statesville, North Carolina (March 20, 2018) – They say that sometimes a change can be good.  Many teams getting ready for the 2018 Super Cup Stock Car Series are putting that phrase into motion for various purposes.


Kevin Kromer has been a fixture on the SCSCS circuit since nearly the beginning, but continues pushing toward the objective of upping his game and giving it another go to pursue the ultimate prize, series champion.


The Walnutport, Pennsylvania driver underwent shoulder surgery during the winter months, but will be prepared come the season opening event at Dominion Raceway on Saturday, April 28.  Due to the limited time available over the off-season, Kromer elected to switch to the car his son Kyle piloted over the last few years.  Kyle Kromer will scale back to a limited schedule in 2018 in order to concentrate on his career after recently graduating from Police Academy.


“For some odd reason that car works so good,” Kromer mentioned.  “It’s pretty much race ready, will have a new color, and we’re working on lettering it now.”

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Completion of 2018 Super Cup Stock Car Series Schedule Features a Multitude of Variety


Mount Joy, Pennsylvania (February 2, 2018) – Hard work behind the scenes and careful consideration has resulted in a Super Cup Stock Car Series 2018 season schedule that is unlike any in the past.


16 races across eight dates at six tracks in five states will contribute toward determining the champion and many other awards during the 11th year of the series, which features 3,300 pound and 600 horsepower full-bodied stock cars.


“2018 is shaping up to be a banner year for our series,” Director of Competition, Joe Schmaling, remarked.  “Once again, our drivers will be showcased in front of a national audience with several new teams expected for this season.”


Drivers will get an earlier start compared to recent years on Saturday, April 28.  Following a popular special event demonstrating the “Racin’ The Way It Used To Be” brand, the SCSCS will make its first appearance for points at the immaculate Dominion Raceway and Entertainment Complex in Thornburg, Virginia.

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2018 Race Schedule




Dominion Raceway

Thornburg, VA


Midvale Speedway

Midvale, OH


Kingsport Speedway

Kingsport, TN


Jennerstown Speedway

Jennerstown, PA


UMI Motorsports Park

Clearfield, PA


Ona Speedway

Ona, West Virginia


Jennerstown Speedway

Jennerstown, PA


Championship Weekend

Jennerstown Speedway

Jennerstown, PA


Special Event

Dominion Raceway

Thornburg, VA

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