Race Reports

Dan Archibald Fends Off Field En Route to Super Stock Victory

Despite being challenged throughout the evening, Dan Archibald held off the field en route to winning the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock feature on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.

Jordan Latimer won the first heat ahead of Ethan Constable, Brandon Passer, Frank Davey, Paul Boundy, and James Townsend.

Gerrit Tiemersma won the second heat ahead of Coltin Everingham, Dan Archibald, and Tom Walters.

Frank Davey won the third heat ahead of Latimer, Passer, Constable, Boundy, and Townsend.

Coltin Everingham won the fourth heat ahead of Archibald, Tiemersma, and Mark Gordon. Walters was leading until seven laps to go, when his car suddenly died.

Come feature time, Gerrit Tiemersma started pole ahead of Dan Archibald, Tom Walters, Frank Davey, Brandon Passer, Ethan Constable, Jordan Latimer, Coltin Everingham, Mark Gordon, Paul Boundy, and James Townsend.

Dan Archibald broke out into the early lead, with Tiemersma and Walters side-by-side for second. Walters got the spot on Lap 2, with Davey following through a lap later. Tiemersma now ran fourth ahead of Latimer and Passer, as Gordon and Everingham battled for seventh. Gordon got the spot on Lap 5, with Everingham, Constable, Townsend, and Boundy rounding out the field.

The field would remain single file through the early stages of the 30-lap feature until Latimer got alongside Tiemersma for fourth on Lap 10, completing the pass a lap later.

Davey would then challenge Walters for second just past the halfway mark on Lap 16, with the pair remaining side-by-side through the next eight laps. However, there’d be no change in position, with Walters using the lap car of Boundy to keep the second spot.

In the final stages of the feature, there’d be a couple battles with Latimer getting alongside Davey for third, and Everingham alongside Passer for sixth with three laps to go.

Dan Archibald picked up the win ahead of Tom Walters, Jordan Latimer, Frank Davey, and Gerrit Tiemersma. Brandon Passer finished sixth, followed by Coltin Everingham, Ethan Constable, Mark Gordon, James Townsend, and Paul Boundy.

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