Each year, the competition for the St. Onge Recreational Super Stocks at Sunset Speedway gets even stronger, as evident by nine different feature winners over the course of last season.
When Short Track Musings spoke with BJ Johnson prior to the show, he mentioned that he prefers racing over freestyle as there’s nothing like beating someone else head-to-head. He perfected that on Sunday at the Roger’s Centre, driving Gas Monkey Garage all the way to the Racing victory.
2015 Monster Jam World Freestyle Champion Mike Vaters II put together his best Toronto run to date en route to picking up the freestyle victory on Saturday night at the Rogers Centre.
2017 Monster Jam World Freestyle Champion Lee O’Donnell proved he can get the job done at the Roger’s Centre on Saturday night, scoring the two-wheel competition victory.
Dealing with slick track conditions, 2017 Monster Jam World Racing Champion Ryan Anderson was fast from the first round to the end on Saturday night behind the wheel of Son-uva Digger for his third Toronto Racing victory in four appearances.
With consistency on a weekly basis, A.J. Emms put together another solid year of OSCAAR Modified competition en route to a runner-up in the year-end standings.
With success in the Super Stock division on his side, Jade Franklin will make the move up a division in 2018, set to compete in the APC Auto Parts United Late Models of Ontario Tour.
With just one finish off the podium, Daniel Hawn put together an impressive OSCAAR Pro Midget rookie campaign en route to a runner-up in the standings.