By Adam Fenwick, National Speed Sport News
MOORESVILLE, N.C. – J.P. Morgan was honored as the 2012 Rev-Oil Pro Cup Series champion during the series awards banquet Saturday night at the Charles Mack Citizen Center.
Morgan was recognized for claiming his first series championship in 2012. During his championship season he won seven of 14 races, finishing no worse than fourth throughout the course of the year.
“We are a very close team and very dedicated. That means a lot, that is very important,” Morgan said upon taking the stage to accept his championship trophy. “I’ve got to really thank (Series President) Jack McNelly. Everybody really knows, but without him taking an interest in the series and taking it on, from that day he has not wavered one bit."
“I appreciate everything you’ve done Jack as far as the series is concerned. Obviously if it wasn’t for you wanting to make this happen, it wouldn’t happen. I want to give you personal thanks for that,” Morgan said. READ MORE