OSCAAR

Daniel Hawn Dominates Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprint Sunset Speedway Feature

Grabbing the lead quickly, Daniel Hawn dominated the Living Lighting, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Pro Sprint 25-lap feature presented by TXM Motorsports and Wild Wing of Woodbridge at Sunset Speedway.

Daniel Hawn won the first heat ahead of Ryan Battilana, Rob Summers, Kevin Taylor, Brad Holmes, Owen Elliott, and Brian MacDonald.

James Stanley won the second heat ahead of Dylan Little, Tyler Cullen, Gary Triska, Russ Couture, and Rob McCall.

Daniel Hawn went for the daily double ahead of Stanley, Summers, Little, and Taylor.

Brad Holmes won the fourth heat ahead of Triska, Couture, Elliott, and McCall.

Come feature time, Rob Summers started on pole ahead of Brad Holmes, James Stanley, Daniel Hawn, Gary Triska, Dylan Little, Kevin Taylor, Tyler Cullen, and Jaden Riddell.

The race did not start off cleanly with Taylor going around for a spin on the opening lap. Meanwhile, it wouldn’t take long for Hawn to get to the front, taking the lead by the end of the first lap ahead of Battilana and Summers, with Stanley, Riddell and Cullen rounding out the top-six.

The battle for third got interesting with Riddell taking Summers and Stanley three-wide on Lap 5. Riddell got the spot, with Stanley in fourth ahead of Summers and Cullen. Riddell continued to move forward, passing Battilana on Lap 9, bringing Stanley through with him.

Daniel Hawn led the rest of the way ahead of Jaden Riddell, James Stanley, Ryan Battilana, and Rob Summers. Tyler Cullen finished sixth, followed by Brad Holmes, Gary Triska, Kevin Taylor, and Brian MacDonald. Unfortunately, Dylan Little and Russ Couture failed to take the checkered flag as they broke mid-race.

The next race for the Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprints is at Grand Bend Speedway on Saturday, June 6, presented by Advanced Powder Coating.

By Ashley McCubbin

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