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UserName: BenGrum

Real Name: Ben Grum

Hometown: Libertyville, IL

Tracks Where I Race: Rockford Speedway, Dells Raceway Park, Slinger Speedway, Indianapolis Speedrome


Classes I Currently Race: American Super Cup Series

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Chief's Pub Girls at Lake Forest Day parade.

#5 car on trailer.

Ben at Rockford Speedway practice.

Lake Forest Market Sq. Car Show.

Fast Date Events appearance.

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Ben Grum is not only a police officer but also a volunteer fireman and handyman.  His reputation around the PD as being a character will be welcomed among his fellow racers.    When asked about his experience this season, Ben describes racing a Super Cup as “it’s like driving a go kart on steroids” and can’t wait to get back in the car for the next race.  Although its Ben’s first year in a Super Cup, he is a fast learner and has shown good car control while racing in traffic.  Its apparent Ben will continue to improve with more experience and give his teammates as well as the other ASCS drivers a run for their money.    


Primary Ride

The Lawmen Racing#5 The Burt Collection/Chief's Pub/Axel's Automotive, Chevy Impala.

Backup Ride(s)

LFPD Squad Car!

View Schedule For: 2010

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The American Super Cup Series car is a ½ scale stock car built similar to the SPRINT Cup cars you see on TV. They have tube chassis, adjustable suspension, coil-over shocks, disc brakes, rack and pinion steering, etc. Super Cups can reach speeds of up to 100 mph, while racing 3 and 4 wide, which makes every short track look like Daytona! The goal of the series is to provide the most competitive and affordable stock car racing experience for new and old drivers alike. The cars are identical in every respect; from there Hoosier spec racing tires to their fully inspected and sealed Honda engines.  The strict adherence to the rules keeps everyone on the same page requiring drivers to concentrate on chassis setup and their driving skills. Anyone 15 years and older can get behind the wheel. Find out more at