Brandon Passer Scores Fourth Super Stock Feature Victory of 2018

The competition is at an all-time high at Sunset Speedway in the St. Onge Recreational Super Stocks with close racing every week. This past weekend, though, it was Brandon Passer scoring his fourth feature victory of the season.

Ethan Constable won the first heat ahead of Herb Walters, Frank Davey, Brandon Passer, Nick Tooley, Gerrit Tiemersma, and Dan Robb.

Dan Archibald won the second heat ahead of Dustyn Mombourquette, Stefan Semeraro, Coltin Everingham, Johnny Morrison, and Justin Holmes.

Herb Walters won the third heat ahead of Robb, Tiemersma, Passser, Constable, Davey, and Tooley.

Johnny Morrison won the fourth heat ahead of Archibald, Holmes, Everingham, Semeraro, and Mombourquette.

Come feature time, Johnny Morrison would lead the field to the green flag ahead of Dustyn Mombourquette, Ethan Constable, Frank Davey, Dan Archibald, Gerrit Tiemersma, Brandon Passer, Dan Robb, Coltin Everingham, Stefan Semeraro, Herb Walters, Justin Holmes, and Nick Tooley.

Morrison grabbed the early lead with Constable and Mombourquette side-by-side for second. Constable got the second spot on Lap 2, with Archibald and Passer following him through to bump Mombourquette back to fifth. Walters would get by Davey for sixth on Lap 5, followed by a pass on Mombourquette a lap later for fifth. Davey would then get alongside Mombourquette for sixth, with Holmes challenging Tiemersma for eighth two laps later.

With nine laps on the board, Morrison continued to lead as Archibald challenged Constable for second, with Walters and Passer side-by-side for fourth ahead of Davey and Mombourquette. Behind them, Holmes and Tiemersma remained side-by-side for eighth, with Holmes getting the spot on Lap 12 ahead of Tiemersma and Semeraro.

Archibald would grab the runner-up spot at Lap 13, with Passer following him through for third. Walters would look to challenge Constable next, but ran into a mechanical issue, resulting in both him and Constable ending up three-wide with Davey. The caution would then fly on Lap 15 for Walters stopping on track. With 16 laps to go, Morrison led Archibald, Passer, Constable, Davey, Holmes, Tiemersma, Mombourquette, Semeraro, Everingham, Robb, and Tooley.

The restart would see Passer tag the back of Morrison, which allowed him to take the lead a lap later. Morrison now ran second ahead of Archibald and Davey, with Archibald challenging Morrison for second on Lap 17, as Constable challenged Davey for fourth. Morrison held off Archibald, with Constable taking the fourth spot initially, but Davey got right back alongside. Behind them, Holmes and Tiemersma once again battled, this time for sixth, ahead of Semeraro, Mombourquette, Everingham, and Robb.

Constable would get the fourth spot on Lap 21, passing Archibald one lap later for third. Holmes would move into fifth with six laps to go ahead of Davey, Tiemersma, Semeraro, Robb, and Everingham. Semeraro would get alongside Tiemersma for seventh at Lap 26 ahead of Robb, Everingham, Tooley, and Mombourquette.

There would be battles through the field in the closing stages as Holmes got alongside Archibald for fourth, with Constable alongside Morrison for second.

Brandon Passer picked up the win ahead of Johnny Morrison, Ethan Constable, Justin Holmes, Frank Davey, Stefan Semeraro, Dan Archibald, Gerrit Tiemersma, Dan Robb, Coltin Everingham, Nick Tooley, and Dustyn Mombourquette.

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