The sixth season for the Philips Cup Series is hosted by Robbert Pieete on his YouTube channel, Tasmandutch. It began with the TND Shootout exhibition race at Daytona International Speedway on July, 2013. The first points race was the Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway, held on July 28th, 2013, and the final race was the Famous Last Words 600, held at Charlotte Motor Speedway on February 16th, 2014.

Driver List[edit | edit source]

Car # Manufacturer Driver Sponsor
1 Jocelyn van der Aart Norton
2 Samantha Emerson* American Airlines
4 Hyundai Michael Krakander* BP
7 Blake Hauschield Fire Guys
8 Chevy Emily Michaels Philips
9 Ryan Anderson DeWalt
01 Inge Lamboliana One Direction
02 Chevy John Cittadino xPedx
04 Joshua Michaels Taylor Swift
08 Robin Podolski* Quicksilver
10 Tessa Sato-Jackson Valvoline
12 Jeffre Buckeye* Sprint
14 Kyle Thomas* Martini
17 Tyler Everest* Falken
18 Anna Gregg Monster
23 Elise Kortekaas* SP Tools
24 Dom Caps NY Yankees
27 Jaime Pintor My Little Pony
30 Kieth Batson Harley Davidson
32 John Andrews* Dollar General
36 Jeremy Dube Whelen Modified
38 Shaun Howell A Day to Remember
41 Kieth Black Target
43 Max Powers* FedEx
44 Jeff Stevens* Hotwheels
52 Mason Wood AT&T
53 Connor Breton Fifths Third
57 Dirk Roogkloot* A&W
60 Eveline Lotterer Hollister
61 Beth Senese Top Notch Designs
62 Joseph Onesto Top Notch Designs
69 Kelley Waters Dell
70 Jackson Phillips Jack Daniels
72 Larissa van der Voet Philips
76 Andrea Ericson* Rockstar
82 Eline Suijten Billy Talent
85 Judith Pieete Gulf
88 Nick Caps Miami Dolphins
89 Sam Brady Racing with Jesus
91 Peter Saviano Citgo
96 Natalie Hills* Raid
97 Steven Kimball* ING - Starbuck

Driver Changes[edit | edit source]

  • Samantha Emerson, Michael Krakander, Robin Podolski, , Jeffre Buckeye, Kyle Thomas, Elise Kortekaas, John Andrews, Max Powers, Jeff Stevens, Dirk Roogkloot, Andrea Ericson, Natalie Hills, and Steven Kimball enter the series as rookies.
  • Tyler Everest competes as a rookie despite having run a partial schedule in Season 5.
  • Anne Batson, Evan Gattuso, Jacob Winston, Jake Smith, Hayden Kline, Dillon Young, Billy bishop, Zack Austin, Sam Young, Aiden Spencer, Hannah Hauschild, Steven Brind'Amour, Theo Stegall, Dustin Caps, Molly Black, Renesmee Brown, Trey Spencer, Catie Spencer, Max Power, Danique Ekklisia, Thijs van der Voet, Jarrett Stymest, Charlene Sixx, and Zachary Brown did not return for Season 6 competition.
  • Former competitors Mason Wood, Connor Breton, Kelley Waters, and Peter Saviano return to competition.
  • All other drivers swapped rides, with the exception of Jocelyn van der Aart, Emily Michaels, Ryan Anderson, Inge Lamboliana, Joshua Michaels, Tessa Sato-Jackson, Anna Gregg, Dom Caps, Kieth Batson, Jeremy Dube, Shawn Howell, Keith Black, Eveline Lotterer, Beth Senese, Joseph Onesto, Larissa van der Voet, Eline Suijten, Jackson Phillips, and Sam Brady.

Race Schedule[edit | edit source]

The race schedule consisted of 22 races. Race City replaces Dover's race date. Kyalami replaces Zandvoort's early-season date. Lausitzring replaces California's race date. Grand Detour and Eldora are added to the schedule. Rockingham replaces Phoenix's race date. Zandvoort gets a later date after Rockingham. Richmond and Coca-Cola trade race dates. Atlanta's date is moved back after Richmond to be the final race before the Chase. Syracuse is bumped up to be the first race of the Chase. Texas is replaced with Spa-Francorchamps. Talladega and Bristol swap race dates.

Race # Track Venue Pole Sitter Race Winner
1 Daytona Daytona 500 Jocelyn van der Aart Jackson Phillips
2 South Boston Sears 240 Zach Sasser Kelly Waters
3 Indianapolis Brickyard 400 Anna Gregg Peter Saviano
4 Watkins Glen Smirnoff Ice 350 Kelly Waters Ryan Anderson
5 Utica-Rome Shell 250 Peter Saviano Jocelyn van der Aart
6 Michigan Pintor Pie 400 Zachery Robinson Joshua Michaels
7 Race City Canadian Tire 250 Judith Pieete Tessa Sato-Jackson
8 Kyalami Sasol 300 Oliver Wilson Dirk Roogkloot
9 Zen Joltis Xxxtreme 500 in

Memory of Nick D'Palmo

Kyle Thomas Jaime Pintor
10 Lausitzring Allianz 500 in

Memory of Paige Martinez

Anna Gregg Anna Gregg
11 Grand Detour Dancemasters 500 Jeremy Dube Blake Haushchild
12 Eldora Lucas Oil 500 Inge Lamboliana Zach Sasser
13 Rockingham HSBC 400 Inge Lamboliana Zach Sasser
14 Zandvoort Syntix Stock Car Challenge Sam Brady Jackson Phillips
15 Coca-Cola Vodafone 500 Jackson Phillips Michael Krakander
16 Richmond Kenwood 500 Andrea Ericson Alex Smith
17 Atlanta Insomniac 500 Shawn Howell Jeremy Dube
Chase for the Philips Cup Series championship
18 Syracuse Menards 400 Kris Wascher Inge Lamboliana
19 Spa-Franchochamps Delhaize 300 Joshua Michaels Nick Pericles
20 Talladega Starbucks 499 Debbie Meijers Makoto Iguchi
21 Bristol Gillette 500 Oliver Wilson Denise Steinhauer
22 Famous Last Words 600 Charlotte Sam Brady Blake Haushchild

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Zach Sasser, Jackson Phillips, and Blake Hauschild won the most races this season, with two apiece.
  • Anna Gregg, Oliver Wilson, Inge Lamboliana, and Sam Brady got the most pole positions, with two apiece
  • Six rookies won races this season.
  • Makoto Iguchi bacame the first Japanese driver to win a Philips Cup Series race.
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