PETERBOROUGH, Ontario — After showing he had speed all year at Peterborough Speedway, he proved it against one of the stoutest fields of the year with a top-10 feature performance.
Although he only managed a sixth in the first heat on Friday, October 7, he returned the next day back to the regular form fans have expected from him. He’d pace the field from flag-to-flag in the second qualifier en route to hoisting the checkered flag.
Starting up front in the 50-lap feature, he’d run sixth in the early stages, ultimately dropping back a spot before the first yellow flag at Lap 8. Restarting on the outside, he’d fell back over the course of the run, running ninth at the halfway mark.
A late-race caution changed the entire outcome of the event for him, as he’d find himself in the midst of a three-wide battle for position, with contact resulting in another driver hitting the outside turn three wall. Restarting tail of the field as an involved car, he’d go for a spin on the restart, crossing the finish line with a sixth-place finish.
It marks his eighth straight top-10 with the super stock, with that string including a pair of top-five’s.
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Press Release by Ashley McCubbin / AM Marketing – email@example.com
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