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Jon McKennedy Scores First Win for New Car Owners in ISMA Jennerstown Show by Carol D. Haynes, ISMA PR Jennerstown, PA  (July 15, 2017)– At the beginning of the 2017 International Supermodified Association, (ISMA), race season, P&L Motorsports had found the new driver they had looked for to run the …

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Final Race of July for SUPRS

Last Race Before Summer Break for SUPRS

Goshen, IN July 15, 2017…The Supermodified Ultimate Pavement Racing Series, (SUPRS), runs their last race of July using the “Regular 45” format of supermodified sim racing this Tuesday at Oswego Speedway. This race is the last one of the season before the annual summer break which allows members time to head out to support real supermodified racing around the country.

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Warren in Command

Rob Warren has taken a commanding lead in the SUPRS Gold Crest Non-Wing Championship XIII and has three feature wins in a row. While his domination of the points is unquestionable, Warren isn’t unbeatable and many of the SUPRS racers would love nothing more than to keep the 1st to Finish Race Servers driver out of Oswego Speedway victory lane.

Winning is Everything

Steve Callahan won the June 45 lap feature and stated recently, “The points are out the window, I’m only going for wins now,” and is one of those drivers that has his sights set firmly on crossing the starting line first after 45 quick laps. Besides this win, “Steady” Steve has had a miserable season. A win on Tuesday might ease the pain of an otherwise lackluster season where Callahan could end up out of the top five in points.

Clark Can’t Wait

You can bet that Kyle “The Cobra” Clark will fight Callahan right to the finish as he looks to secure his first Oswego Speedway non-wing supermodified sim racing win. If he is able to do so, taking the win will mark a career goal he set out to do when he became a SUPRS Member a little over a year ago. Standing on the podium for the last three races has made the The 2016 SUPRS Icings on Top Rookie of the Year even more hungry for that “W” at Oswego. He has repeatedly stated, “All I want to do is win at Oswego,” so keep your eyes on the driver of the Disturbed Motorsports number 38.

Watch, Listen, Enjoy

Be a part of the worldwide audience for the next SUPRS race with  SUPRS LIVE!  Follow your favorite SUPRS driver all night long with live video, track telemetry and scoring and timing.

For fans that have a Twitch.tv account, the SUPRS Chat is a great place to make new friends, talk sim racing, or real supermodified racing and enjoy the broadcast all on one page. Join the crowd when SUPRS goes “LIVE @ 9” with racing and the broadcast.

Don’t Miss This Race

Circle July 18, 2017 on your calendar and get ready to have some summer fun with SUPRS. The drivers take to the track at 8:30pm for Hot Laps and then take part in the mandatory Drivers Meeting at 8:45pm. Racing starts at 9:00pm with two 10 lap Heat Races followed by the 45 lap Feature.

Supermodified racing fans and online sim racers alike can learn more about the Supermodified Ultimate Pavement Racing Series by visiting www.SUPRS.net“Liking” SUPRS on Facebook, Circling SUPRS on Google+Following @SUPRSOnline on Twitter, and Viewing SUPRS videos on YouTube.

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100 Laps, Double Points Highlight Mid-Season Championship

Extra Distance Could Benefit Drivers Trying to Catch Rob Warren

July 7, 2017 – Goshen, IN…The Supermodified Ultimate Pavement Racing Series, (SUPRS) Mid-Season Championship for non-wing supermodified sim racing is coming on Tuesday July 11, 2017. The race that features a big 100 lap feature paying double points is just the ticket that some drivers need if they want to catch series points leader Rob Warren.

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Comfortable Point Lead for Warren

Warren took a big jump in the Gold Crest Non-Wing Supermodified Championship standings last week when he won swept the Independence Day Twin 25s. In so doing, he became just the third driver in SUPRS history to claim the DoubleDown bonus. That bonus rewards a driver that wins both features in a night with double points on the second feature.

Until he did that, Warren, the 2015 Gold Crest Non-Wing Supermodified Champion, had a narrow lead over 2016 Gold Crest Non-Wing Supermodified Champion Keith Powell. Powell, with two wins, looked to be the early favorite in the championship. But now it seems that Warren is the one everyone is chasing for the second half of the season.

Go Time for Everyone Else

Extra points, bonuses, and special points for being deemed Mid-Season Champion, mean this is the race that the SUPRS drivers look forward to as they try to make some major championship moves. This year, it’s guys like Powell, his teammate Steve Callahan, Domenic Gioia and Kyle Clark that are looking to use this race to stay in the hunt.

Gioia has gotten off to the best season start of his career by finishing on the podium three times in the first six races. Not be overlooked is the fact that Gioia won the Mid-Season Championship in 2014 and comes into the show solidly in the top five of the points.

Callahan Hoping to Avoid Calamity

Of all the other drivers mentioned so far, only Callahan joins Gioia as a former Mid-Season Champion. In fact he is the two-time and defending SUPRS Gold Crest Non-Wing Supermodified Champion. He’s also the only driver other than Warren and Powell to pull down a win so far this year. Callahan is also on the élite list of drivers that have more than one Mid-Season Championship crown with two. He’s the only driver competing that could claim a third. The only issue is, Callahan took a big hit last week when he couldn’t race which caused him to drop out of the top five, so he’ll be anxious to have a good run.

Will the Cobra Strike?

Kyle “The Cobra” Clark has steadily moved his way into the top five of the points. Week in and week out he has knocked on the door for his first feature win at Oswego Speedway. If he can slither away from the bad luck that seems to jump up and bite him in the long distance races, he could very well become a real contender for the championship.

Watch, Listen, Enjoy

Enjoy the high-speed action and points battle drama of the SUPRS Mid-Season Championship with  SUPRS LIVE!  Follow your favorite SUPRS driver all night long with live video, track telemetry and scoring and timing from Oswego Speedway.

 

Supermodified racing fans and online sim racers alike can learn more about the Supermodified Ultimate Pavement Racing Series by visiting www.SUPRS.net“Liking” SUPRS on Facebook, Circling SUPRS on Google+Following @SUPRSOnline on Twitter, and Viewing SUPRS videos on YouTube.


Non-Winged Supermodified Mid-Season Champions

  • 2005 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Jim Crannell
  • 2006 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: John Davidson
  • 2007 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Kris Heveron
  • 2008 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Kris Heveron
  • 2009 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Devin Gee
  • 2010 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: John Davidson
  • 2011 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2012 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2013 No Race
  • 2014 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Domenic Gioia
  • 2015 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Steve Callahan
  • 2016 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Steve Callahan

CURRENT POINT STANDINGS

SUPRS Mid-Season Championship Format

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