10 Things to Know About the ARCA/CRA Super Series at Jennerstown

The ARCA/CRA Super Series heads to Jennerstown Speedway Saturday, racing for $10,000 in the Laurel Highlands 150.

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The ARCA/CRA Super Series heads to Jennerstown Speedway Saturday, racing for $10,000 in the Laurel Highlands 150. Here are 10 Things to Know going into this weekend's Super Late Model showdown in the Keystone State.

- The ARCA/CRA Super Series returns to Jennerstown Speedway (PA) for the first time since 2020, when Cody Coughlin won the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour event and Bubba Pollard won the combo Super Late Model event with the CARS Tour. This will be the first standalone ARCA/CRA Super Series event at Jennerstown.

- The main event for the CRA Super Series will be 150 laps.

- Jennerstown Speedway (PA) is a half-mile track that opened in 1927. One of the first major touring series events to run at Jennerstown was the USAC Midget Cars who ran the track for the first time in 1969.

- Some of the early favorites have to be Stephen Nasse and Casey Roderick, who won both Pro and Super races at Salem Speedway (IN) on the same day a few weeks back. Derek Griffith is fresh off a win at Jennerstown in the Motor Mountain Masters event in 2021. He led 139 of the 150 laps that day for the win. That event will return in August.

- The winner of the race will pocket $10,000 for the victory.

- The other features in action this weekend include: Street Stocks, Chargers, Furious 4s, Late Models, Modifieds, and Pro Stocks.

- Despite no victories, Stephen Nasse led 35 laps in two different events at Jennerstown. His best finish was a 16th a year ago when the 200-lap show saw 15 lead changes.

- Eddie Van Meter is the point leader coming into the weekend for the ARCA/CRA Super Series.

- While this event is only 150 laps the ASA National Tour used to run a 400-lap event at Jennerstown. Mike Eddy won three times at the 400-lap distance and another time at the 300-lap distance.

- In addition to the ARCA/CRA Super Series event all of the undercard feature events will be show live on RacingAmerica.TV - If you can’t make it to the track this weekend, then watch it live.