Picking up where he left off winning the Autumn Colours Classic, Jordan Howse won the first St. Onge Recreational Super Stock feature of 2017 at Sunset Speedway.
Dustyn Mombourquette won the first heat ahead of Stefan Semeraro, Johnny Morrison, Ryan Semple, Dan Archibald, Gerrit Tiemersma, Chris Allard, Frank Davey, Robbie Sikes and Jay Cutting. Notably, Sikes had a big save in turn three and four after contact from Davey at about halfway.
Mike Weeda won the second heat ahead of Herb Walters, Howse, Ethan Constable, Kyle Passer, Justin Holmes, Miles Tyson, Jade Franklin and William Hughes.
Johnny Morrison won the third heat ahead of Davey, Mombourquette, Semeraro, Sikes and Cutting. The heat featured a wreck, though, as Tiemersma and Archibald got together down the frontstretch, before crashing into the turn one wall. Both drivers were okay.
Miles Tyson won the fourth heat ahead of Holmes, Howse, Weeda, Walters, Franklin, Passer, Constable and Hughes.
Come feature time, it’d be Dustyn Mombourquette taking the early lead in the No. 6M Tripps Paint, Auto Trim of Barrie, Paul’s Autobody, The Water Store Midland. Com, Fastental and Direct Filtration, Cabral Racing Promotions Camaro while Johnny Morrison ran side-by-side with Mike Weeda for second. The caution then flew on Lap 1, though, for Ethan Constable going around in turn four.
With 30 laps to go, Dustyn Mombourquette led Johnny Morrison, Mike Weeda, Stefan Semeraro, Jordan Howse, Herb Walters, Justin Holmes, Miles Tyson, Kyle Passer, Chris Allard, Ryan Semple, Gerritt Tiemersma, Jade Franklin, Robbie Sikes, Jay Cutting, William Hughes, Ethan Constable, Frank Davey, and Dan Archibald.
Morrison got a good restart to put the No. 83 FREDDIE’S DAMN GOOD FRIES, HOT SPOT AUTO PARTS, LITTLEJOHN BARRISTERS, UCA, RENAUD BOYS, JB BARNES, FOX’S BAKERY AND DELI entry out front ahead of Mombourquette, as Weeda and Semeraro ran side-by-side for third. The pair was then both passed by Howse for third on Lap 3, before the caution flew for Holmes stopping in turn two with a flat tire. Archibald pulled into the pits under the yellow-flag, done for the event.
The first attempt at a restart resulted in another flat tire, this time for Miles Tyson in turns three and four.
Jordan Howse then got a good restart to put the No. 8 MACMASTER BUICK GMC OF ORANGEVILLE, STEWART’S EQUIPMENT, KUBOTA, GLENN WINDREM TRUCKING, PAUL HOWSE AND ASSOCIATES, FOODLAND OF HILLSBURGH, JOHN TEUNE ENGINES, FIERCEWRAPS.CA, DUTCHBOY CARPET CLEANING, SPECIALIZED WELDING, LARUE’S HAULAGE AND GEORGIA BECK BROOMS entry out front ahead of Morrison and Semeraro. Behind them, Weeda and Walters ran side-by-side for fourth, with Weeda getting the spot on Lap 6 before the caution flew for Cutting spinning in turn four after going three-wide with Holmes and Davey.
Howse got a good restart to keep the lead ahead of Morrison, Weeda, Semeraro and Semple. Walters ran sixth ahead of Mombourquette, Passer, Franklin, Tiemersma and Allard. Tiemersma then got alongside Franklin for ninth, passing him on Lap 13.
Franklin now ran 10th, with Holmes passing Allard for 11th on Lap 15 ahead of Constable, Davey, Sikes, Huges and Cutting. Holmes continued moving forward, passing Franklin for 11th on Lap 21. Unfortunately, Semeraro’s strong run came to an end on Lap 23 as he made his way down pit road.
Jordan Howse picked up the victory ahead of Johnny Morrison, Mike Weeda, Ryan Semple and Herb Walters. Dustyn Mombourquette finished sixth, followed by Kyle Passer, Gerrit Tiemersma, Justin Holmes and Jade Franklin. Chris Allard finished 11th, followed by Ethan Constable, Frank Davey, Robbie Sikes, Jay Cutting and William Hughes.