While poised for a strong run, Trevor Hemingway was caught up in a crash mid-way through the main event at Peterborough Speedway on Sunday.
Hemingway started off the weekend solidly, placing seventh in his first heat. He was then caught up in an incident mid-way through the second qualifier en route to finishing seventh.
Starting deep in the field for the main event, he avoided a wreck on the opening lap and battled hard to run 20th as of the third caution at Lap 10. On the restart, a couple cars got together in front of him, causing one of those cars to barrel roll. In the aftermath, Hemingway was one of the drivers caught up in the incident with heavy damage. Thankfully, all drivers involved were okay.
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