After an early battle for the lead, Mark Gordon took the advantage and never looked back en route to winning the KOD Disposal Super Stock feature on Saturday night at Peterborough Speedway.
Dan Archibald won the first heat ahead of Mark Gordon, Tyler Bouillon, Paul Boundy, Jeff Remington, and Kyle Gordon.
Tyler Betts won the second heat ahead of Marlie Owen, Tim Burke, Brad Lavalle, Sean Walker, and Tyler Junkin.
The third heat started messy, with Archibald spinning Bound on the opening lap. Mark Gordon picked up the win ahead of Kyle Gordon, Bouillon, Remington, and Boundy.
The fourth heat saw Betts spin Burke for the lead in turns three and four. Per Peterborough Speedway rules, Betts was sent to the tail with Burke retaining the lead. As Betts tried to make his way through, he would take Owen and Walker three-wide on the last lap. This wouldn’t work, with contact being made as Walker got loose, resulting in Owen going around as Walker crashed up into the wall. Tim Burke would get the victory.
Come feature time, Tyler Betts started pole ahead of Mark Gordon, Tim Burke, Marlie Owen, Tyler Bouillon, Brad Lavalle, Jeff Remington, Kyle Gordon, Paul Boundy, Dan Archibald, and Tyler Junkin.
The drop of the green flag would see a battle for the top spot between Betts and Gordon, as Burke ran third ahead of Bouillon and Owen. Behind them, Archibald got alongside Remington for sixth, making the pass on Lap 3. Boundy ran eighth ahead of Kyle Gordon, Lavalle, and Junkin.
At the front of the field, Mark Gordon would clear Betts for the top spot on Lap 6, with the rest of the top-five remain unchanged. Archibald was able to catch them as the laps continued to tick away, making contact with Owen and spinning her with two laps to go. Archibald would be sent to the tail with Owen getting her spot back.
Mark Gordon got a good restart, leading the way to the victory ahead of Tyler Betts, Tim Burke, Marlie Owen, and Tyler Bouillon. Dan Archibald drove his way back to sixth ahead of Paul Boundy and Kyle Gordon.