After taking the lead with 10 laps to go, Jordan Howse held off the field on a late race caution to score the victory in the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock feature on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
Chris Allard won the first heat ahead of Coltin Everingham, Dustyn Mombourquette, Frank Davey, Paul Maltese, Jay Cutting and Ethan Constable.
The second heat saw Herb Walters run into a problem on the opening lap. Jordan Howse picked up the win ahead of Ryan Semple, Brandon Passer, Justin Holmes, Gerrit Tiemersma and Johnny Morrison.
The third heat started off in a big way, as Constable got loose off of turn two, hitting Mombourquette, who’d make contact with Everingham before hitting the wall. Chris Allard went for the daily double ahead of Davey, Maltese and Constable.
Justin Holmes won the fourth heat ahead of Passer, Tiemersma, Walters, Semple, Howse and Morrison.
Come feature time, Frank Davey started pole ahead of Herb Walters, Brandon Passer, Chris Allard, Justin Holmes, Dustyn Mombourquette, Gerrit Tiemersma, Jordan Howse, Jay Cutting, Ryan Semple, Ethan Constable, Stefan Semeraro, Johnny Morrison, and Paul Maltese.
Walters would take the initial lead, with Passer and Davey side-by-side for second. Passer got the spot on Lap 2, with Davey going three-wide with Allard and Holmes. Allard came out on top for third on Lap 3 ahead of Holmes, with Howse alongside Davey for fifth. Howse got the spot a lap later, ahead of Davey and Tiemersma. He continued to move forward, getting alongside Holmes for fourth at Lap 5, with Semple and Everingham side-by-side for eighth.
Howse got fourth, getting alongside Allard for third at Lap 7, completing the pass a lap later. Holmes then took fourth on Lap 9 ahead of Allard, with Semple up to sixth as Everingham and Tiemersma went side-by-side for seventh ahead of Davey. Howse would get alongside Passer for second at Lap 12 as Cutting headed down pit road with a problem.
With 13 laps on the board, Walters continued to lead, now ahead of Howse, Holmes and Passer as Semple and Allard went side-by-side for fifth ahead of Everingham, Tiemersma, Semeraro and Mombourquette. Semple got the spot on Lap 16, with Everingham getting alongside Allard for sixth.
At the front of the field, Howse was able to track down Walters for the lead, getting alongside him for the top spot. Holmes continued to run third, now ahead of Passer, Semple, Everingham and Allard, with Semeraro alongside Tiemersma for eighth. Semeraro got the spot on Lap 20 ahead of Tiemersma, with Mombourquette running 10th.
Howse was able to clear Walters for the top spot on Lap 21 with Holmes still third ahead of Passer, Semple and Everingham. The event’s lone caution would fly on Lap 23 with Everingham spinning Semple in turn four. With eight laps to go, Howse led Walters, Holmes, Passer, Allard, Semeraro, Tiemersma, Mombourquette, Davey, Maltese, Constable, Everingham and Semple.
Howse got a good restart to keep the lead ahead of Walters and Holmes. Holmes then got alongside Walters for second with six laps to go ahead of Allard, Passer, Tiemersma, Semeraro and Mombourquette. Holmes got the spot on Lap 26, with Allard getting alongside Walters for third. Passer continued to run fifth ahead of Semraro and Tiemersma. Everingham then got alongside Tiemersma for seventh with three laps to go, with Semple rounding out the top-nine.
Jordan Howse led the rest of the way en route to scoring the victory ahead of Justin Holmes, Chris Allard, Herb Walters, Brandon Passer, Stefan Semeraro, Coltin Everingham, Gerrit Tiemersma, Ryan Semple, Dustyn Mombourquette, Frank Davey, Paul Maltese, Ethan Constable, Johnny Morrison, and Jay Cutting.