2016 SCSCS Champion

Harvey Harrison

2016 SCSCS

Rookie of the Year

Trent Gossar

In Memory of a Racer

Charlie Canterbury

1953 to 2009

 

 

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Super Cup Stock Car Series has received several emails / phone calls regarding the viability of a potential Cup car / crate engine series. SCSCS has set up a special email link for interested teams / drivers to make inquires.

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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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New SCSCS Champion to be Decided in Jennerstown Twin Finale

 

Mount Joy, Pennsylvania (August 23, 2016) – The Super Cup Stock Car Series concludes its regular season for the third straight year at Jennerstown Speedway Complex.  Three drivers are focused on being named the 2016 champion, but the road to the ultimate trophy is far from determined.  

Two 50-lap races headline Heritage Coal / Farmers Union Co-Op Night at the Races presented by Grip Clean, and with five different winners in as many events the competition will continue to be tougher than ever.

 

Harvey Harrison catapulted into the points lead after a strong showing at Lonesome Pine Raceway last time out, which included bonuses for winning the pole award and leading the most laps.  It has been quite the turnaround since the start of the season, when the Renick, West Virginia driver’s No. 51 Southern Coal Corporation Chevrolet was sidelined with overheating issues.

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MAVTV Air Times Announced for SCSCS Beginning September 2016

First Broadcast Airs Thursday September 1st at 12:30 PM

 

Mount Joy, Pennsylvania (August 17, 2016) –  Earlier this year, in January, the Super Cup Stock Car Series (SCSCS) and the MAVTV Motorsports Network originally announced the exciting intention to televise multiple 2016 events.  After much anticipation, air dates and times have been released.

 

SCSCS, billed as Racin’ the Way It Used to Be, is enjoying its ninth season of competition, currently touring around short tracks throughout Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.  600 horsepower, 3,300 pound steel-bodied stock cars, many of which originated from the former Hooters Pro Cup Series, are featured in the unique race formats.

 

The broadcasts, 30 minutes in length, will premiere on Thursday, September 1 with a regular air time of 3:30 p.m. EDT every week.  Viewers on the west coast will have the opportunity to watch in primetime the following Tuesday beginning on September 6 at 10:00 p.m. PDT.  Additional opportunities for each event will be available for viewers nationwide to watch as well.  Please visit www.supercupstockcarseries.com and www.mavtv.com for full listings and more information.

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Ebeling Scores Debut SCSCS Victory in Car Owner’s Backyard

 

Coeburn, Virginia (August 7, 2016) – A new face to the Super Cup Stock Car Series paired up with a familiar name to the region, and it turned out to be a winning combination in the return to Lonesome Pine Raceway after a six-year absence.

 

Series regular Harvey Harrison cut into Brent Nelson’s point lead right away by capturing the fastest time of 17.498 seconds around the 3/8-mile.  The West Virginia veteran of the No. 51 Southern Coal Corporation Chevrolet, who came into the Saturday night as the only former SCSCS winner at “The Pine”, dedicated the pole award to Charlie Canterbury, a racer who lost his life following the conclusion of the SCSCS race there in August 2009.

 

Only one-hundredth of a second back from Harrison was a SCSCS newcomer and past winner in the Carolinas in Late Models and Street Stocks, Ben Ebeling.

 

Nelson redrew to start from the pole with Brandon Harrison outside, but Harvey Harrison quickly found his way to the top spot six laps in.  Ebeling followed into second with Stephen Cox frequently challenging for the runner-up position throughout a lengthy green flag run that would last until 48 circuits into the Performance Fiberglass Products 75 presented by Extreme Awards and Personalization.

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2016 Race Schedule

with MavTV Broadcast Schedule

Date

Location                        

6/4

Midvale Speedway

TV*

Sept 1  12:30 pm, 3:30 pm

TV*

Sept 7   1:00 am, 4:00 am

6/18

Columbus Motor Speedway

TV*

Sept 8  12:30 pm, 3:30 pm

TV*

Sept 14  1:00 am, 4:00 am

7/9

Jennerstown Speedway

Twin Feature #1

TV*

Sept 15 12:30 pm, 3:30 pm

TV*

Sept 21  1:00 am, 4:00 am

7/9

Jennerstown Speedway

Twin Feature #2

TV*

Sept 22 12:30 pm, 3:30 pm

TV*

Sept 28   1:00 am, 4:00 am

8/6

Lonesome Pine Raceway

TV*

Sept 29 12:30 pm, 3:30 pm

8/27

Jennerstown Speedway

Twin Features

2016 Awards Banquet

* All television air time are based on eastern times.

Schedule subject to change without notice.

 

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