Taking the lead with five laps to go, Coltin Everingham held the field off en route to his second St. Onge Recreation Super Stock feature victory of 2017 at Sunset Speedway.
Jordan Howse won the first heat ahead of Mike Weeda, Ryan Semple, Stefan Semeraro, Gerritt Tiemersma, Brandon Passer, and Donny Munce.
Herb Walters won the second heat ahead of Dustyn Mombourquette, Chris Allard, Johnny Morrison, Justin Holmes, Coltin Everingham, and Jay Cutting.
Ryan Semple won the third heat ahead of Weeda, Howse, Semeraro, Passer, Tiemersma, and Munce.
Coltin Everingham won the fourth heat ahead of Morrison, Holmes, Mombourquette, Allard, Walters, and Cutting.
Come feature time, Gerrit Tiemersma led the field to green ahead of Herb Walters, Dustyn Mombourquette, Brandon Passer, Coltin Everingham, Stefan Semeraro, Johnny Morrison, Chris Allard, Justin Holmes, Ryan Semple, Mike Weeda, Jordan Howse, Jay Cutting and Donny Munce.
The green flag saw Tiemersma and Walters battle side-by-side for the lead ahead of Mombourquette, Passer and Everingham. Everingham got alongside Passer for fourth on Lap 3, with the caution flying for Holmes having a flat tire. With 27 laps to go, Tiemersma led Walters, Mombourquette, Everingham, Passer, Morrison, Semeraro, Weeda, Allard, Semple, Howse, Cutting and Munce.
The restart saw the battle for the lead continue between Tiemersma and Walters, with Tiemersma taking the top spot on Lap 4. Mombourquette followed him through a lap later for second, with Everingham getting alongside Walters for third at Lap 5 ahead of Morrison, Weeda, and Passer. Semple would start to make his way forward, passing Passer for seventh at Lap 7. Behind him, Passer went three-wide with Howse and Semeraro for eighth.
Everingham was able to get the third spot, getting alongside Mombourquette for second on Lap 8, as Morrison got alongside Walters for fourth. Behind them, Weeda continued to run sixth ahead of Semple, as Howse and Semeraro went side-by-side. Mombourquette was able to hold off Everingham, though, maintaining the runner-up position ahead of Everingham.
Morrison would move up into fourth on Lap 10 ahead of Weeda, with Semple alongside Walters for sixth. Everingham got back alongside Mombourquette for second at Lap 12, as Semple passed Walters and got alongside Weeda for fifth a lap later. Mombourqutte once again held off Everingham, with Semple clearing Weeda for fifth at the halfway mark.
Semple’s climb continued as he got alongside Morrison for fourth at Lap 17, completing the pass a lap later as Howse got alongside Morrison next. Further up the field, the battle for second resumed between Mombourquette and Everingham, while Howse got alongside Semple for fourth at Lap 20 ahead of Morrison, Weeda, Semeraro and Allard.
With 23 laps on the board, Tiemersma continued to lead, with Everingham and Mombourquette side-by-side for second. Everingham got the spot with six laps to go, with Howse taking his shot at Mombourquette next. Everingham then got alongside Tiemersma for the top spot, taking the lead on Lap 25 as Howse moved into second ahead of Tiemersma and Semple.
Semple then got by Tiemersma on Lap 27 for third, bringing Weeda through with him a lap later.
At the front of the field, Coltin Everingham led the rest of the way en route to scoring the victory ahead of Jordan Howse, Ryan Semple, Mike Weeda, and Gerritt Tiemersma. Dustyn Mombourquette finished sixth, followed by Johnny Morrison, Chris Allard, Stefan Semeraro, and Justin Holmes. Herb Walters finished 11th, followed by Brandon Passer, Jay Cutting and Donny Munce.