Spencer-Walt Motorsports started off the playoffs on a solid note, posting a top-five finish at Sunset Speedway’s Velocity 250 this past weekend.
While Jordan Latimer started off his Velocity 250 run strong, a pair of incidents resulted in him having to pull into the pits before the completion of the event.
Continuing to learn with each lap on the track, Wally Wilson scored a top-20 finish on Sunday at Sunset Speedway.
Running up front and leading laps on Sunday at Sunset Speedway paid off for Luke Giganc en route to a podium finish.
While the weekend started off well for A.J. Emms, it didn’t finish off as he wanted with a mechanical issue taking him out of the running.
After a great year of competition for Sunset Speedway’s Fast Eddie Late Models, it’d be Glenn Watson taking home the Velocity 250 victory and division championship on Sunday evening.
After continuing to get faster throughout the year, Danny Benedict was where he needed to be at the right time as he scored his first career Sauble Falls Tent and Trailer Park Limited Late Model victory.
Gary McLean made his first start of the season, and managed to find his way to feature victory lane on Saturday afternoon.
Making his way to the front in both features over the weekend, Dan Archibald would sweep both features as part of Sunset Speedway’s Velocity 250 weekend.
After becoming the top qualifier, all eyes were on Jordan Howse. Then when he rolled the highest number for the invert possible – 12, all eyes were really on the No. 8 Super Stock. However, it was for the right reason as he drove through the field to win the Velocity 250 at Sunset Speedway.