Statesville, North Carolina (May 23, 2020) – Various determining factors in recent days have led to the Super Cup Stock Car Series making the mindful decision to withdraw from the Indy Summer Nationals program scheduled for Saturday, June 20. Luckily, competitors will still have a visit to the Lucas Oil Raceway 0.686-mile oval to eagerly anticipate.
Another event promoted by Mike Moore and his Revsracing LLC group was rescheduled from May to Saturday, October 24. This has offered the opportunity for the SCSCS to join the autumn weekend instead, billed as the Indy Revolution. While the exact race format will be determined at a later date, the series will run in conjunction to the Must See Racing Sprints, Midwest Compact Touring Series, and the CRS National Truck Shootout as part of the festivities.
In addition, Moore has committed to inviting the SCSCS to return for the June 2021 Indy Summer Nationals. The balance of the 2020 Indy Summer Nationals rolls on and fans are encouraged to continue supporting this highly-anticipated event if intending to be in the area, and are again welcomed back for some intense short track racing four months later.
The Super Cup Stock Car Series now turns its focus to Saturday, July 11 as the doors of their 2020 season open at a longtime premier partner facility. Jennerstown Speedway Complex and Campground will host twin 50-lap features as the year finally gets into full swing.
Interested competitors are urged to relay their commitment to participate by contacting SCSCS Director of Competition Joe Schmaling (email JoeSCSCS@gmail.com or call (828) 768-3589) within the coming weeks. Looking further ahead, tire needs involving the ensuing event at Salem Speedway on Saturday, July 25 can be arranged in advance or at Jennerstown as well.
Continued updates will be forthcoming on the Super Cup Stock Car Series official web site www.supercupstockcarseries.com, Facebook (search Super Cup Stock Car Series), Twitter (@SCSCSRacing), and Instagram (SCSCS_Racing).