After being spun while running in the top-five, Darryl St. Onge rebounded for a top-10 finish on Sunday at Sunset Speedway.
St. Onge was quick right from the start of the night, leading seven laps in his qualifying race before being passed on the final lap for a runner-up finish. He then backed it up with a fourth-place finish in his second heat.
Starting the feature from sixth, he dropped back to ninth in the early stages, remaining there until the first caution at Lap 23 when he moved up a spot due to a competitor pitting. Restarting eighth, he avoided an incident on the restart to move up two spots to sixth. Just outside of the top-10, he used the next restart to move into the top-five, avoiding another spin ahead of him to move up two more spots.
Restarting third with 13 laps to go, a battle with past series champion Gary McLean did not work out in his favor, as contact would send St. Onge for a spin in turn three at Lap 30. Restarting from the tail of the field, St. Onge immediately began making up ground, running ninth when the feature was called two laps short of the scheduled distance.
The OSCAAR Modifieds will be back in action at Kawartha Speedway on July 13. alongside the OSCAAR Hot Rod Series, Ontario Legends Series, and Bone Stocks. Make sure to come out and check out the great night of racing, remembering to either print or show the coupon to get $5 off your general admission.
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