Jordan Howse Continues Winning Ways at Sunset Speedway

In a feature filled with chaos from top to bottom, Jordan Howse cruised to yet another St. Onge Recreation Super Stock victory at Sunset Speedway on Saturday night.

The night did not start off cleanly, as three-wide between Coltin Everingham, Joe Daley and Johnny Morrison saw Morrison go for a spin on Lap 2 in turn three. Jordan Howse won the first heat ahead of Chris Allard, Everingham, Stefan Semeraro, Herb Walters, Dave Doucette, Daley, Morrison, and Jay Cutting.

The second qualifier also featured a caution, with Dustyn Mombourquette having issues on Lap 6. Ryan Semple won ahead of Mike Weeda, Dennis Cybalski, Gerritt Tiemersma, Justin Holmes, Frank Davey, and the 65.

Coltin Everingham won the third heat ahead of Morrison, Allard, Howse, Walters, Semeraro, Doucette, Cutting, and Daley.

Dustyn Mombourquette won the fourth qualifier ahead of Passer, Holmes, Weeda, Cybalski, Semple, Tiemersma, the 65, and Davey.

Come feature time, the opening saw Stefan Semeraro and Herb Walters go side-by-side for the lead, with Semeraro getting the top spot on Lap 2 as Dustyn Mombourquette got alongside Walters. However, the caution would fly for Coltin Everingham leaking fuel. With 29 laps to go, Semeraro led Walters, Mombourquette, Gerritt Tiemersma, Chris Allard, Johnny Morrison, Jordan Howse, Justin Holmes, Ryan Semple, Mike Weeda, Jay Cutting, Joe Daley, Brandon Passer, Dennis Cybalski, Frank Davey, Dave Doucette, the 65, and Everingham.

The restart saw Walters and Semeraro battle for the top spot ahead of Allard, with Howse alongside Tiemersma for fourth. Howse got the spot on Lap 5, with Semple looking to follow him through, when the caution flew for Daley stopping in turn three.

The restart saw Allard take Walters and Semeraro three-wide for the lead, but the caution flew once again for Weeda and Holmes getting together on the frontstretch. With 25 laps to go, Allard led Walters, Semeraro, Howse, Tiemersma, Semple, Morrison, Cybalski, Everingham, Mombourquette, Doucette, Cutting, and Davey.

Allard would grab the advantage on the restart with Tiemersma and Walters side-by-side for second, as Morrison and Howse battled for fourth ahead of Everingham. Behind them, Semeraro had dropped back to seventh alongside Doucette by Lap 9 ahead of Semple, Cybalski and Davey. Douctte was able to clear Semeraro on Lap 11, getting alongside Everingham for sixth when the caution flew for Mombourquette going aroind in turn two.

The restart was not smooth at all, with Walters getting sideways off of turn two, resulting in chaos as everybody scattered to get around him, including a spin by Daley. Everybody was able to keep going without a caution, though, as Allard led with Morrison and Howse side-by-side for second ahead of Tiemersma, Doucette and Semple.

Semple continued to climb forward, getting alongside Doucette for fifth on Lap 14, completing the pass two laps later. At the front, Howse tracked down Allard for the lead, getting alongside him just past the halfway mark. He was able to complete the pass, moving into the top spot on Lap 19 ahead of Allard and Morrison, as Tiemersma and Semple went side-by-side for fourth, with a three-wide battle behind them for sixth between Doucette, Everingham, and Semeraro.

Tiemersma initially cleared Semple for the fourth spot on Lap 22, but Semple came back a lap later to complete the pass. Behind them, Doucette ran sixth, with Semeraro getting alongside him with six laps to go. Semeraro completed the pass, bringing Weeda and Everingham through with him over the next two laps. Doucette now ran ninth ahead of Cybalski, with Weeda getting alongside Semeraro for sixth on the final lap.

Jordan Howse led the rest of the way en route to victory ahead of Chris Allard, Johnny Morrison, Ryan Semple, and Gerritt Tiemersma. Stefan Semeraro finished sixth, followed by Mike Weeda, Coltin Everingham, Dave Doucette, and Dennis Cybalski. The 65 finished 11th, followed by Justin Holmes, Frank Davey, Herb Walters, and Dustyn Mombourquette. Jay Cutting finished 16th, followed by Joe Daley and Brandon Passer.

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