Report by Ashley McCubbin
Photos by Jerry Abramowicz | Motorsports Alley
INNISFIL, Ontario — A couple new faces in the field on Saturday night provided some excitement across all five divisions, as evident by the action on the race track.
Making his first Limited Late Model start of the year, Miles Tyson picked up right where he left off at Fall Velocity making another appearance in victory lane at the end of the night. He was quickest in time trials, but didn’t lead the initial laps. Instead, he had to work his way back to the point en route to the victory. Kendra Adams put together another solid performance with second, followed by Dustyn Mombourquette, Paul Maltese, Daniel Montanari, Al Inglis, and Ryan D’Antimo.
Brandon Passer has a knack for putting himself in the right position at the end of these races to capitalize, something he mastered once again on Saturday. After Nick Tooley and Brandon McFerran got together battling for the lead in the final five laps, it’d be Brandon Passer taking advantage to score the victory in front of Gerrit Tiemersma, Cory McAllister, Johnny Morrison, and Matt McGrath. Anthony Dibello finished sixth in his second Sunset appearance of 2022 ahead of Tooley, Pepper, McFerran, and Connor Maltese.
Josh Bullen is proven to be fast each time his mustang hits the track this season, making a visit victory lane in front of Doug Butler, Cameron McGlashan, Curtis Stewart, and John Bird. Notably, Bird was driving the No. 78 normally driven by Matt Boyes after his own car got wrecked in the heats. Eric Rainey finished sixth, followed by Chris Allard, Randi Seguin, Jason D’Antimo, and Patrick Farrow. Kris Inglis was 11th, followed by Coleridge Phinnemore, Boyes (driving Bob Phinnemore’s car), Peter Wakeling, and Madisson Tienkamp following a wreck with four laps to go.
Aundrea Lusk continued her winning ways, scoring another checkered flag on Saturday night in front of Andrew Shilling, Jacob Booth, Brandon Steele, and Jordan Owen. Calvin Reesor’s consistency led him to sixth, followed by Austyn Jennett, Kris Khan, Nicholas Reece, and Jack Bird. Cash Ireton, Tyler Ecker, Steve Oakes, Shawn Stewart, and Karlie Wilman rounded out the field.
Ryder White is stoppable – as Will Quarrie proved in his first appearance of 2022 at Sunset Speedway. He passed the youngster on the final corner of the last lap to win the feature, with Laila Walser third, followed by Jake Spencer-Walt, Keegan Moat, Amber Wallice, and Morgan Moore.
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