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JJ Pack

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1953 to 2009

 

 

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Super Cup Stock Car Series Announces Change in Tire Supplier

 

Skyland, North Carolina (January 26, 2015) – At this past weekend’s Motorsports 2015 Racecar and Trade Show at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center a special announcement was made about the tires that will be utilized in the Super Cup Stock Car Series.

 

Beginning with the season opener at CNB Bank Raceway Park (PA) in May, the American Racer EC-82 economy compound will be the tire of choice.  The supplier, Lias Tire based out of Indiana, Pennsylvania, will help with a mix of new and used tires to continue with the legacy of affordability in the series.

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Rob Morris Ready to Rebound for 2015 Super Cup Season

 

Skyland, North Carolina (January 14, 2015) – In 2014, years of steady learning and improvement began to show for Herndon, Virginia’s Rob Morris.  Unfortunately, circumstances beyond his control resulted in a season that was unraveled in a moment’s notice.  His Super Cup Stock Car Series machine took one of the hardest hits in quite some time when the throttle hung while climbing through the field at Midvale Speedway (OH).

 

Luckily, with support and determination Morris is ready to resume the positive momentum he had enjoyed prior to last August.  The first race of the season is the site of where Morris accomplished his best career SCSCS run.  At CNB Bank Raceway Park (PA), he led several laps competing for the lead with top points finishers JJ Pack and Kevin Kromer before finishing the event in fifth place.

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Super Cup Stock Car Series Representatives to Attend Motorsports 2015 Racecar and Trade Show

 

Skyland, North Carolina (January 8, 2015) – The Super Cup Stock Car Series continues to increase its presence in the Pennsylvania region in preparation for an exciting 2015 season.  Recently series PR Coordinator Aaron Creed spoke about the series at the Eastern Motorsport Press Association convention in King of Prussia, and now the steel-bodied tour will make an appearance at the Motorsports Racecar and Trade Show at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks from Friday, January 23 through Sunday, January 25.

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Super Cup Stock Car Series Champion Achieving Lifelong Goal; Tests at Daytona

 

Skyland, North Carolina (December 29, 2014) – It is any stock car driver’s dream to one day compete at the World Center of Racing, Daytona International Speedway.  2013 Super Cup Stock Car Series champion Todd Peck and team worked hard at the chance to turn laps on the highbanks in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series back in February, and now 2014 champion JJ Pack has moved one step closer to receiving a shot after testing an ARCA Racing Series car in December.

 

“It was a lot different than I thought,” said Pack, a veteran of short track racing.  “I have never been on a track where I was in the throttle the whole way around and on banking that high.  We definitely met our expectations.”

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Kyle Kromer Making a Difference On and Off the Track

 

Skyland, North Carolina (December 11, 2014) – It has been more than two years since second-generation racer Kyle Kromer came on the scene in the Super Cup Stock Car Series.  Although his starts were limited in 2014, the teenager continues to show improvement.

 

“I thought it went pretty well,” said the Walnutport, Pennsylvania driver.  “There were some things that could have been done differently.”

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The direction of the Super Cup Stock Car Series may have changed, but its goals have not.

 

Continue with a simple idea that we started with in the first place:  Race the cars that you have and don't change anything that you don't have to.  Be inclusive, not exclusive, allow similar type cars to race with the fewest amount of changes.  Hold races in the areas where the teams are.

 

We have never forgotten that this series was started for the people who were priced out by constant changes and high travel costs.

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Returning Super Cup Competitor Looks to Combine Past Racing Accomplishments with Current Ties

 

Skyland, North Carolina (November 20, 2014) – Tim Richardson brings a host of past experience as he plans to rejoin the Super Cup Stock Car Series for 2015.  The driver originally from Owings Mills, Maryland has quite the résumé behind the wheel, most recently including three Super Cup races in 2009 as well as a full schedule in 2011.  While achieving a best career finish of sixth twice and sixth in the final standings, he believes that he was not able to entirely show his ability.

 

“The car we had just did not want to turn left,” explained Richardson.  “Turned out to be a road course car and it was too difficult to transition and get it to respond.”

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Range of Options Under the Hood an Affordable Benefit for Super Cup Competitors

 

Skyland, North Carolina (October 30, 2014) – Throughout its years of existence the Super Cup Stock Car Series has continued to search for ways to keep expenses down.  Families and teams have faced escalating travel and overall living costs in recent times that leave less money to be devoted to weekend hobbies such as short track racing.

 

Enter a variety of affordable options for drivers to join and regularly compete in the series, one of them in the form of the car’s power plant.  In 2014, JJ Pack became the first champion to use a sealed motor; a McGunegill Engine Performance product that is widely used in the racing industry including Super Cup dating back to 2008.

 

“It was nice to see someone do well with it,” said series Director of Competition Joe Schmaling.  “MEP engines are hard to beat on every level from cost of operation, performance, service, and durability.  When you put the right people and the right parts in the same place championships happen.”

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2015 Race Schedule

Preferred dates listed below

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5/2 CNB Bank Raceway Park
5/16 Jennerstown Speedway
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 Jennerstown Speedway
Schedule subject to change without notice.
2014 Race Results
Date Track
4/19 Hickory Motor Speedway
5/10 Jennerstown Speedway
5/31 Columbus Motor Speedway
6/28 CNB Bank Raceway Park
7/19 Jennerstown Speedway
8/9 Midvale Speedway
8/23 CNB Bank Raceway Park
9/13 Jennerstown Speedway

 

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