INNISFIL, Ontario — It seems whenever the modifieds make the trek to Sunset Speedway, there’s one car that catches everyone’s attention – the No. 35. There’s a reason why, with the continued speed that is shown.
The trend continued this past Saturday night, as Andy Kamrath opened their track’s inaugural season of home track modifieds in victory lane.
Kamrath was the fast car from the drop of the first green flag, posting the quickest lap in qualifying at 14.263 seconds. However, it wasn’t all smooth sailing. He spent the initial start turned around facing the wrong way in turn one after going around when Shawn Murray checked up ahead of him.
It still did not take him longer to work his way to the lead, doing so by the second lap on the board. He then stretched the gap with the lead considerably, before being rolled in through the closing stages of the event.
TJ Edwards knows what it takes to beat Kamrath, and almost had the right plan in mind on Saturday. He closed the gap in the final six laps a bit, and one could only wonder what could’ve been. Shawn Murray rounded the podium, rebounding following his first lap spin.
Herb Walters and Wally Wilson were the rest of the top-five, with Wilson fighting issues throughout the day.
Categories: Race Reports, Sunset Speedway
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