Hawkestone, Ontario’s Cameron McGlashan was set to throw in the towel – but he did not give up and was crowned the 2017 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Sunset Speedway Mini Stock Track Champion.
Ryan Semple finished the year the same way he started it – solidly running up front, scoring another heat victory and top-five on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
Despite the night not starting off as warranted, the Spencer-Walt Motorsports team worked hard to complete the season with a top-10 finish on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
After going through an up-and-down season, from his first career feature victory to some frustrating nights, Jordan Latimer finished up on a high note with a pair of top-fives.
Gord Shepherd has had the dream season at Sunset Speedway this year, with consistent finishes on a weekly basis. He capped off his 2017 Sauble Falls Tent and Trailer Park Late Model Championship campaign in style, sweeping both features on Saturday night.
In a thriller to close out a great season, the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock drivers each battled for the win. At the end, though, it was Mike Weeda edging out Coltin Everingham to become the ninth different feature winner this season at Sunset Speedway.
In a night full of twists and turns, the unexpected certainly took place at Sunset Speedway as nothing played out as it originally appeared so. Once the dust settled, though, it’d be Daniel Montanari picking up the feature victory while Cameron McGlashan was crowned the 2017 Signs of Innovation Mini Stock Championship.