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2019 ISCRA Can Am Cup Series

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We're back once again with another gigantic carset! This time around I promise I'll do my best to release this at a reasonable time for once.

Credits go to the following:
Templates - Splash n' Go
Bases - Me
Logos - Google, Me, Wikipedia, Masgrafx, John Gamboa, Vector.me, BoTW, Racin Grafx, SRD, NNR
Numbers - BER, Dafont, Me
Renders - SNG scene modified by me

For 2019, the NQCS is bought out by the ISCRA, with a new title sponsor in Can Am. Sunoco also leaves the series, making Speedway the official fuel supplier of the ISCRA from here on.

ISPS star Benjamin Price looks to impress in his first season taking over for the retired Virgil Evans. Virgil finished 2018 winless, with four top 5s and twelve top 10s, but after a series of nasty crashes he decided the toll on his body was too much. He'll take a step back and become a driver coach for Pilot Racing and help mentor Price as he adjusts to the Cup Series.

Price will be sponsored by Mobil 1 for 31 races, while Rush Truck Centers takes the other 5.




Robin McKee returns to the #27 for 2019 with a fire in her eye and the skill to win a championship. In 2018, she finished sixth in points with a win, seven top 5s, and nineteen top 10s, proving that the youth movement is still in full force. Panasonic becomes her new primary sponsor, covering her for 28 races. Oakley will take the other 8.




Lucas Malone turned many heads in 2018, which was a surprise to nearly everyone compared to his track record before the season started. Lucas came home 7th in 2018, with two wins, ten top 5s, eighteen top 10s, and three poles. He led 835 laps over the course of the season, a staggering 15% of the total laps completed, though he led the most laps without bringing home the bacon five(!) times. It may have taken him until race 17 at Dover to break through and get his first win, but after that the ball started rolling, and he finished out the year strong and ready for 2019. This season, he returns with his Harman 6x6 sponsorship, though DigiTech will replace Arcam.








It's pretty weird to think that your most disappointing driver finished 11th in points, but compared to his teammates Kyle Slater wasn't quite up to snuff. Kyle had various struggles throughout the year, but still managed to end the season with a win at Pocono, eleven top 5s, and thirteen top 10s. He hopes to rebound and find the success of his teammates in 2019, but it will be an uphill battle, especially as he gets to grips with the new Challenger bodies and aero package. Sapphire returns as the primary sponsor for 21 races, while Fastenal returns for 7. Mobil 1 will run for the 5 races that teammate Benjamin Price has Rush Truck Centers on the car, while Jack in the Box will take the other 3 races.






Stay tuned for more!
 
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Casey Dawson returns for 2019 after a solid showing in 2018, despite not winning any races. The Oregon native finished 8th in points, the highest in points without a win, with five top 5s and a staggering twenty top 10s. He was frequently a frontrunner throughout the season, but never really contended for the lead. This season, he hopes to change that. With a massive surge in funding from Peak and BlueDef, the team looks to visit victory lane a lot in 2019 as the premier Team Cherikee car. Peak will run for 14 races, while BlueDef runs for 12. Spotify will run 6 races as Ebay takes the remaining four.




 
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Krista Noel had a wider range of success in 2018 than her teammates, winning two races en route to a 14th place points finish. However, in the offseason, sponsor Dewalt announced their departure for Dean Campbell in the Sparco Pro Series, leaving Krista and fellow driver Duke Tillman without sponsorship for 2019. Luckily, Smithfield saw promise in the 28-year old and offered to join the #35 team for all 36 races of the 2019 season. Krista definitely has the tools to be a force in the ISCRA. It's just a matter of being consistent.

 
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Duke Tillman had an up-and-down 2018, finishing 18th in points with two wins, five top 5s, and thirteen top 10s. However, he had a series-leading 9 DNFs over the course of the season, much to the disdain of his sponsor Stanley. The group left Team Cherikee for greener pastures, eventually settling on Sparco champion Dean Campbell. For 2019, Duke will be sponsored by Sony for 28 races, while Eibach Springs takes the other 8. Duke is on thin ice at Team Cherikee, and if he doesn't turn it around soon he'll be sent back to Texas without a job.




Corey Hawkins enjoyed his first year back to the track after his enlistment in the National Guard, even though it didn't quite translate to the track as he imagined. Corey started off 2018 red hot, winning 3 of the first 6 races at Binghamton, Rockingham, and Bristol, but quickly faded and ended 2018 13th in points with eight top 5s and thirteen top 10s. For 2019, his sponsor lineup remains the same, as the National Guard and Skykick both return for 30 and 6 races respectively.


 
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Wayne Clark's 2018 was a tumultuous one, finishing 15th in points with three wins, eight top 5s, and thirteen top 10s. He first broke thru at Homestead, where a shitshow emerged after a late caution. With a restart with two to go, the majority of the field dove down pit road unexpectedly, causing a massive stackup which ended with Chris Howard rolling over three times down pit road. Two more wins at Armory Digital and Talladega helped seal him as one of the finer plate racers in the series, despite not having much outstanding skill on other track types. Amazon departs from Clark to replace a sponsorship gap in teammate Devin Sawyer's schedule, while Nationwide covers 24 races. Home Depot will cover 8 more races, as Popeyes takes the remaining four.



 
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Devin Sawyer finished 2nd in points in 2018, just 31 points shy of the first ISCRA Cup championship. With four wins, fourteen top 5s, and twenty-five top 10s, the 31-year old had a sudden charge into the points battle after Alex Pearson began to falter midseason. However, he was held off and had to settle for second. For 2019, Devin looks to steal the title away and seal his position in ISCRA lore. Oracle will return for 18 races, while Amazon moves from Wayne Clark to the #21 camp for 12 races. Powermatic rounds out the schedule with 6 races on the hood.



 
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Bryce Lancaster had a solid 2018, finishing 16th in points with two wins, seven top 5s, and fourteen top 10s, enough to snag the ROTY award. For 2019, Bryce is much more prepared, and as he does double duty in the Sparco Pro Series, he looks to be more of a threat in Cup. Element returns for 27 races, while Orbitz takes the other 9.




Craig Thornton's 2018 was par for the course, finishing 11th in points with a win at Martinsville, seven top 5s, and fifteen top 10s. He was never a particular threat to win, but always found himself within the top 15 every week. For 2019, Craig looks to break out for Texas Motorsports, but he has plenty of stiff competition to go up against. Castrol returns for 18 races, as Wawa takes 6, Albertsons runs 5, ASUS runs 4, Toyotacare runs 2, and Freightliner runs 1.






 
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What are some of the fonts that you use for your numbers? All of them from every set look really good.
 

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What are some of the fonts that you use for your numbers? All of them from every set look really good.
The 70 and 87 use a modified He's Dead Jim, the 52 is ITC Bolt, the 35 is Aardvark, and the 92 is the same font as the windshield. The 4 was drawn from scratch. All others can be found on BER.
 

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Skye Thompson's 2018 was a good one, coming home 5th in points with three wins, ten top 5s, and nineteen top 10s. However, a lack of reliability and several large crashes left her unable to seriously contend for the title. Skye looks to rebound in 2019 and make a true shot at the title, hoping to gain favor with the new rules package due to her three wins all coming on intermediates. The higher downforce for 2019 may make it a challenge to pass, but she'll find a way. Traxxas returns to sponsor 20 races, as Alliance Truck Parts takes 8. XPO Logistics moves from the now-retired Brad McLaughlin to cover 5 races for Skye, as Adidas takes the remaining 3. Consolidating down to a two-car team will be a challenge for the Jack MacLean Incorporated team, but their drivers are definitely prepared for it.






Eva Martinez enters 2019 just as confident as her teammate after finishing 2018 fourth in points. Finishing just three points ahead of Skye, she notched two wins, ten top 5s, and twenty two top 10s in a strong rookie campaign. She'll enter 2019 as one of the favorites to win the title, wth high downforce being her bread and butter along with an increase of funding from her local sponsorship in Repsol. They'll return for all 36 races again, but increase their involvement and promotion with the team in an attempt to boost the brand's American value. Look for Eva to be contending for the win and more this upcoming season.

 
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Robbie McCall enters 2019 with nowhere to go but up. Finishing 27th in points with just one top 5 and five top 10s, this team massively underperformed despite the cash being brought in from Raytheon, Dana, and ampm. If this team can't pick it up this season, the Caldwell Racing Team may have to downsize to two cars to save money. The three aforementioned sponsors return for 2019, with Raytheon running for 22 races, Dana for 8 races, and ampm for 6 races.





Jake Hartley was right in between Tanner and Robbie in 2018, finishing 25th in points with three top 5s and five top 10s. However, he brought the team's lone bright spot at Talladega, where he won in a thriller over Kyle Slater by 0.070 seconds. For 2019, former sponsors Carhartt and AMD leave the team, leaving Amsoil to sponsor 27 races. California Pizza Kitchen will sponsor the other 9.




Tanner Walton struggled heavily during 2018, finishing 20th in points with two top 5s and five top 10s. He enters 2019 unsure of his future, so he hopes to make the best of it this season. After the departure of Budweiser, the team is stretching its budget pretty thin between two sponsors. Advocare returns to sponsor 26 races, as Shure steps up to sponsor the other 10.




Shane Harvey returns for his third year in the ISCRA Cup Series after an awful 2018. Shane finished 30th in points with one top 5 and three top 10s, along with a disheartening 8 DNFs. However, he shocked the racing world at Martinsville by handily winning the pole and leading quite a bit of laps before being involved in a wreck late in the race. For 2019, Hitachi returns for all 36 races. Shane looks to rebound from a truly miserable season, but it's going to be a huge hill to climb.

 
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Andrew McConnell completed one of the most average, uneventful seasons possible in 2018, finishing 24th in points with just three top 10s. However, the Utica, NY native turned quite a few heads during the Rolex 24 over the winter. After several stints driving in the GTD class for Turner Motorsports, he was caught by NBC pounding down six 5-Hour Energies in the paddock, then collapsing, requiring 15 minutes of CPR and several hits with the paddles to stabilize the heart. Andrew then got back in the BMW and set the fastest lap of the weekend in the rain, drawing the attention of many on social media as well as team owners throughout the ISCRA. 5-Hour Energy loved this free promotion and signed with Andrew for the 2019 season. They will cover 9 races, most notably the season opener at Armory Digital. AVIS Car Rental will take six more, as NTT Data returns for the second season as the primary sponsor of the #60 team, this time for 21 races. Things are on the up and up for Andrew, and he's got a lot to look forward to in 2019.



 
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Jeff Chandler started off 2018 as best as one could, winning at Armory Digital by 0.020 seconds over eventual champion Alex Pearson. After this miraculous win, he seemed to cool off for the remainder for 2018, finishing 19th in points with one win, three top 5s, and six top 10s. This season, Jeff looks to improve on the speedways and look at a top-10 points finish. However, he knows his sponsorship from Bauer is the only thing keeping him tied to the illustrious Mark Powell Motorsports team. Should any problems arise, whether they be on- or off-track, Jeff may be trading the track in for the rink. Bauer will return for 24 races, as Autolite will run 6, Manitowoc will run 4, and Forrester will run 2.




 
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