Cruising away from the field, Coltin Everingham scored the victory on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway in the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock feature. As a result, he is locked in for the Jukasa Motor Speedway $5k event on Labour Day weekend.
Dustyn Mombourquette won the first heat after an impressive battle with Stefan Semeraro. Justin Holmes finished third, followed by Nick Tooley, William Hughes, and Paul Pepper.
Brandon Passer edged out Coltin Everingham to win the second heat ahead of Frank Davey, Mike Weeda, and Dan Robb. The heat started out messy with Dan Archibald spinning Robb, collecting Gerrit Tiemersma in the process. Tiemersma was done with damage while Archibald received the black flag. Constable also received a mechanical black flag during the heat, as well.
Stefan Semeraro won the third heat ahead of Johnny Morrison, Holmes, Tooley, Mombourquette, Hughes, and Pepper.
The fourth heat featured a hard wreck when Robb made significant contact with the turn three wall after contact from behind courtesy of Everingham, while Everingham was three-wide with Archibald and Weeda. Everingham picked up the win ahead of Archibald, Passer, Constable, Davey, and Weeda.
Come feature time, Nick Tooley started pole ahead of Johnny Morrison, William Hughes, Dustyn Mombourquette, Ethan Constable, Coltin Everingham, Stefan Semeraro, Mike Weeda, Justin Holmes, Frank Davey, Brandon Passer, Paul Pepper, Dan Archibald, and Gerrit Tiemersma.
The drop of the green flag saw a battle for the lead between Tooley and Morrison, but also saw the caution fly as Holmes slowed with heavy front end damage from contact on the start. He would come to pit road, getting the hood removed before rejoining the field for the restart.
The second attempt to start the race went smoothly as Tooley jumping out to the early lead as Morrison and Mombourquette battled side-by-side for second. The battle got interesting a lap alter on Lap 3, as Everingham took them both three-wide. This would allow Morrison to grab second a lap later ahead of Everingham and Mombourquette, with Constable and Weeda side-by-side for fifth.
Constable moved into fifth on Lap 6, with Semeraro getting alongside Weeda for seventh, as Archibald and Davey ran side-by-side for ninth. Semeraro snagged the seventh spot on Lap 8, with Archibald getting alongside Weeda for eighth.
While Constable got a little sideways off turn four running fifth on Lap 9, further up the field Everingham moved up into second ahead of Morrison. Everingham would then track down Tooley for the top spot, getting alongside him on Lap 10. Everingham then moved into the lead a lap later, ahead of Tooley, Morrison, Mombourquette and Semeraro.
Archibald and Weeda now ran side-by-side for sixth, as Davey and Holmes battled for eighth ahead of Constable, Passer, Hughes, and Pepper. Archibald would look to have the edge on Weeda at Lap 17, but Weeda was able to get right back alongside him a lap later. Further back, Passer got alongside Constable for 10th with 10 laps to go, with Semeraro getting alongside Mombourquette a lap later for fourth.
With 21 laps on the board, Everingham continued to lead as Morrison got alongside Tooley for second. Morrison grabbed the spot on Lap 23, bumping Tooley back to third ahead of Semeraro, Mombourquette, Archibald, Davey, Weeda, Holmes, Constable, Passer, Hughes, and Pepper. As the laps trickled down, Archibald would move up to fifth, with Davey getting alongside Mombourquette for sixth.
Coltin Everingham cruised to the win ahead of Johnny Morrison, Nick Tooley, Stefan Semerao, Dan Archibald, Frank Davey, Dustyn Mombourquette, Mike Weeda, Justin Holmes, Brandon Passer, William Hughes, Paul Pepper, and Ethan Constable.