MILGROVE, Ontario — Cruising his way to the front of the field, Daniel Hawn put on a dominating hat trick performance en route to winning the Living Lighting, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Pro Sprint Frostoberfest feature presented by Team All Tech.
Daniel Hawn won the first heat ahead of Rob McCall, Katherine Summers, Rob Summers, Gary Triska, Shawn Stanley and Kevin Taylor.
Daniel Hawn went for the daily double ahead of Taylor, Katherine Summers, Rob Summers, Triska, McCall, and Brad Holmes.
Jaden Riddell scored the victory in the fourth heat ahead of Stanley, Battilana, Elliott, Cullen, Haskell, and McKenzie.
Come feature time, Katherine Summers started pole ahead of Ken McKenzie, Gary Triska, Tyler Cullen, Kevin Taylor, Ryan Battilana, Rob Summers, James Stanley, Daniel Hawn, Owen Elliott, Jaden Riddell, and Brad Holmes.
Katherine Summers grabbed the initial advantage ahead of Taylor and Hawn, but the caution came out on Lap 2 for Elliott going around in turns three and four. Under caution, Taylor’s car would die, ending his feature early. With 24 laps to go, Summers led Triska, Hawn, Battilana, Cullen, Stanley, Riddell, Rob Summers, Jay Haskell, Holmes, and Elliott.
Hawn would get a good restart to grab the lead, as Katherine Summers battled Battilana for second ahead of Stanley, Riddell, and Triska. Battilana took the spot on Lap 4, bringing Stanley through with him as Riddell battled Summers for fourth. Riddell then took over the spot on Lap 5, with Summers and Triska rounding out the top-six.
Stanley would continue moving forward, getting alongside Battilana for second and completing the pass a lap later. Meanwhile, McKenzie’s feature would end early as a result of mechanical issues.
Riddell continued to run fourth ahead of Summers, with Triska and Cullen side-by-side for sixth. Cullen got the spot on Lap 9, passing Summers a lap later for fifth. Riddell would then get alongside Battilana for third on Lap 11, completing the pass a lap later. Cullen continued to run fifth ahead of Triska, Summers, Haskell, Elliott, and Rob Summers.
The race appeared to have a green flag look to it with the field spread out, but there’d be a caution before the event’s conclusion with Haskell’s car dying off of turn four. Under the caution, Katherine Summers got the lucky dog to get back on the lead lap.
Hawn got a good restart to keep the lead ahead of Stanley, with Riddell and Battilana battling for third. Riddell got the spot on Lap 16 ahead of Battilana, as Triska ran fifth ahead of Elliott, Cullen, and Katherine Summers. The battle for sixth got interesting on Lap 21, with Elliott and Cullen coming together, both cars going around for the yellow flag.
Daniel Hawn got a good restart to get the victory ahead of James Stanley, Jaden Riddell, Ryan Battilana, and Katherine Summers. Gary Triska finished sixth, followed by Tyler Cullen, Jay Haskell, Rob Summers, and Brad Holmes. Kevin Taylor finished 11th, followed by Ken McKenzie, with Owen Elliott scored 13th with a disqualification for unsportsmanlike conduct. Rob McCall failed to start the feature due to mechanical issues.
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