Can-Am Midgets

Jeff Blackburn Victorious in T.Q. Can-Am Midget Fall Velocity at Sunset Speedway

INNISFIL, Ontario — Making his way to the front, Jeff Blackburn never looked back en route to winning the Qwick Wick Fire Starters T.Q. Can-Am Midget feature at Fall Velocity on Saturday at Sunset Speedway.

The first heat saw problems for both Bob Bailey and Dave Mathers, while Jeff Blackburn picked up the checkered flag in front of Cory Whittam, Brody RIckwood, David Miller, the 29, and Craig Pitchell.

Daniel Hawn won the second qualifier ahead of Dominique Smith, Luc Munsie, Darren McLennan, the 68, Jaden Riddell, and Cassidy March.

Come feature time, Luc Munsie grabbed the early advantage in front of Dominique Smith and Daniel Hawn, as the 28 headed down pit road with issues. Unfortunately, he wasn’t the only driver who experienced problems, as Darren McLennan headed pit side on Lap 2.

At the front of the field, Dominique Smith took over the top spot on Lap 3 ahead of Munsie, as Daniel Hawn battled Jeff Blackburn for third in front of Cory Whittam. Blackburn took the spot on Lap 5, immediately passing Munsie for second.

Jeff Blackburn wasted no time getting to the front, taking over the lead on Lap 6 in front of Smith, Hawn, Whittam, Munsie, Brody Rickwood, David Miller, Paul Jorgensen, Jaden Riddell, the 29, the 6, Cassidy March, and Bob Bailey.

Hawn continued to move forward, getting alongside Smith for second on Lap 15, and completing the pass a lap later, as Whittam looked to follow him through. Whittam’s attempt would be successful, as he passed Smith two laps later.

At the front of the field, Jeff Blackburn set it on cruise control en route to scoring the victory in front of Daniel Hawn, Cory Whittam, Dominique Smith, and Luc Munsie.

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