This past weekend, Sunset Speedway opened their 2017 season with Jordan Howse winning the first St. Onge Recreational Super Stock feature of 2017. Based on the 30 laps of feature action, here are some thoughts to consider.
After a solid campaign, Nick Goetz is entering this year confident in his team’s chances this season.
Debuting a new car for herself this year, Lisa DeLeeuw put together a solid night as she continued to get to know her new ride.
Running up front throughout the feature, Eric Yorke started off this season at Sunset Speedway with a podium finish.
On the opening night of the season at Sunset Speedway, Cameron McGlashan put together a career night as he scored his first career mini stock heat victory, before finishing second in the 25-lap feature.
Making his return full-time this season, Hillbilly Deluxe Racing’s Robbie Sikes put together a solid, clean feature on opening night at Sunset Speedway.
Despite battling an ill-handling car throughout the night, Jade Franklin persevered to post a top-10 finish.