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Coltin Everingham Scores First Career Super Stock Feature Victory at Sunset Speedway

Leading flag-to-flag, Coltin Everingham dominated en route to his first career St. Onge Recreation Super Stock feature victory at Sunset Speedway.

Jordan Howse won the first heat ahead of Ryan Semple, Mike Weeda, Dan Archibald, Gerrit Tiemersma, Chris Allard, Jade Franklin and Dustyn Mombourquette.

Coltin Everingham won the second heat ahead of Justin Holmes, Stefan Semeraro, Herb Walters, Brandon Passer, Frank Davey and Jay Cutting.

The third heat featured a quick caution with Tiemersma going around in turn two on Lap 2. Ryan Semple picked up the win ahead of Mombourquette, Weeda, Howse, Allard, Archibald, Franklin, and Tiemersma.

Herb Walters won the fourth heat ahead of Semeraro, Passer, Holmes, Davey and Cutting.

Come feature time, Everingham took the early lead with Mombourquette and Cutting side-by-side for second. Mombourquette grabbed the spot ahead of Cutting and Franklin.

Franklin got alongside Cutting for third at Lap 3, but the caution flew instead as Holmes stopped in turn three. With 27 laps to go, Everingham led Mombourquette, Cutting, Franklin, Davey, Passer, Weeda, Allard, Semeraro, Walters, Semple, Howse, Tiemersma and Holmes.

The first attempt at a restart would not go smoothly as Weeda took Allard and Passer three-wide going into turn one, which ultimately caused the field to get bottled up. That continued down the backstretch, with contact resulting in significant damage for Weeda, Allard and Davey in turn three.

The second attempt didn’t go either, with Everingham called for jumping.

The third attempt played out, with Everingham leading ahead of Mombourquette and Franklin, as Archibald and Walters went side-by-side for fourth ahead of Howse, Semeraro and Holmes. Walters got the spot on Lap 6, though the caution would fly as Semple slowed on the frontstretch with a flat tire following contact with Cutting. With 24 laps to go, Everingham led Mombourquette, Franklin, Walters, Archibald, Howse, Semeraro, Holmes, Cutting, Tiemersma, Passer, Allard and Semple.

Everingham got a good restart ahead of Mombourquette, with Walters alongside Franklin for third. Howse would then take the pair three-wide, with Walters getting the spot on Lap 9. Howse would then get alongside Walters a lap later for third, completing the pass two laps later with Archibald up to fifth.

Behind them, Franklin now ran side-by-side with Holmes for sixth. Holmes got the spot on Lap 14, with Semeraro getting alongside Franklin next. Tiemersma would run ninth as of the halfway mark followed by Semple, Allard, Passer and Cutting. Semple would then get alongside Tiemersma for ninth at Lap 17, completing the pass a lap later as Semeraro cleared Franklin for seventh.

Holmes would look to move forward, getting alongside Archibald for fifth at Lap 20 ahead of Semeraro, Semple, Franklin and Tiemersma. Franklin then got alongside Semple for eighth, completing the pass with seven laps to go. Semple would then get back alongside Franklin a lap later, as Allard made his way up to 10th ahead of Tiemersma, Passer and Cutting.

Back up front, Everingham had built himself a solid lead with Howse getting alongside Mombourquette for second behind him with four laps to go, as Archibald and Holmes continued to battle for fourth ahead of Semeraro. Howse got second with two laps to go, while Semple got alongside Franklin for eighth on the last lap.

Coltin Everingham picked up the win ahead of Jordan Howse, Dustyn Mombourquette, Herb Walters and Dan Archibald. Justin Holmes finished sixth ahead of Stefan Semeraro, Ryan Semple, Chris Allard and Gerrit Tiemersma. Brandon Passer finished 11th, followed by Mike Weeda.

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