Stock Car Championship Series prepares for it next race. The Stock Car Championship Series (SCCS)is the most exciting racing series to hit the East Coast in years. The Stock Car Championship Series combines the excitement of late model stock car...
Stock Car Championship Series prepares for it next race.
The Stock Car Championship Series (SCCS)is the most exciting racing series to hit the East Coast in years. The Stock Car Championship Series combines the excitement of late model stock car racing with the driving challenge of world class road course venues.
Lynnie Doughton Series Director said "We are real excited with the quality of our current racers and are seeing interest of racers from both road and oval racers. We are combining an existing base of Late Model Stock Cars with a new racing venue with the road courses. There have been stock cars running in club events for a while, but we have taken it to the next level into a professional race series.
2002 is SCCS's inaugural season, and will consist of 8 events held in the southeast. Regulations permitting larger starting fields than normal stock car events will add to the excitement on tracks up to 3.2 miles long!
SCCS was formed to create a new market for competitors, fans, tracks and manufacturers within the racing industry. The goal of SCCS is to provide an opportunity to bring new competitors to stock car racing and new fans to road racing.
The July 19 night race at Lowe's Motor Speedway is the third race of the SCCS season, and the only night race of the season.
When the SCCS cars are not on the track during the weekend, there are other race cars including sports cars that are providing a full weekend full of racing for the fans.
SCCS, LLC is the founder of the Stock Car Championship Series (SCCS). SCCS is America's Premier Stock Car Road Racing Series, consisting of 8 events throughout the eastern United States. SCCS combines the excitement of bump & grind stock car racing with the driving challenge of first class road course venues. SCCS cars are purpose built race chassis's with 1999-2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Ford Taurus, Pontiac Grand Prix and Dodge Intrepid bodies with 400+ horsepower.