INNISFIL, Ontario — Although Chris Allard was having fun with his own Mini Stock this season at Sunset Speedway, he also had a hand in the success by a trio of Pure Stock competitors.
With those commitments growing on a weekly basis, the decision was made to sell his own ride in favor of focusing on the bone stock side of the equation.
The change in focus paid off, as evident by Jacob Booth and Calvin Reesor placing one-two in the year-end points standings, and a trio of heat victories between them on the final night of racing. Through the season, both drivers were able to find victory lane on several occasions, with Reesor picking up nine top-five’s in 13 races this season.
He also began helping Josh Berry through the second half of the year, and was able to find some success in watching the No. 22 steadily run inside the top-five in qualifying action. Berry scored a sixth-place finish on Saturday night, showcasing the progress which has been made.
Prior to selling the car, Allard has scored 10 straight top-10 finishes in Mini Stock competition.
Chris Allard’s Mini Stock season was supported by Ideal Supply Napa Auto Parts, KDELL Electrical Inc, Simcoe Engraving, Pro Floor Sanding & Refinishing, Bridgland Electric, Hwy 400 Transmission, Shepherd Docks, Pizzaville Alcona, Moody Photography, Auto Trim, Georgian Powder Coating, Short Track Musings, Kerney & Sons Contracting, Greywood Customs, and Modulus Engineering Ltd.
Be sure to keep up with the latest about Chris Allard Racing on the facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Chris-Allard-Racing-775655842565197.
Press Release by Ashley McCubbin / AM Marketing – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Categories: Bone Stocks, Press Release, Sunset Speedway
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