“I’m not a Shaw, I’m not a Montanari – I’m Tyler Seaboyer. I don’t give up no matter what it is.”
When the OSCAAR Modifieds take to Sunset Speedway this weekend for the Velocity 250, one of the drivers in the field hoping to take home the win will be A.J. Emms.
After getting dirty at Brighton Speedway, the OSCAAR Hot Rod Series are ready to get back on the pavement, beginning with this weekend’s Velocity 250 at Sunset Speedway.
With six feature victories throughout the season, Daniel Montanari certainly put together a strong campaign en route to being crowned the 2018 Sunset Speedway Signs of Innovation Mini Stock Champion.
Consistently improving with each season behind the wheel, everything came together in 2018 for Coltin Everingham as he crowned the 2018 Sunset Speedway St. Onge Recreation Super Stock Champion.
Kevin Bridge battled hard throughout the Great Lakes Concrete Series feature on Sunday en route to a top-five finish.
Cameron McGlashan capped off the 2018 season at Sunset Speedway on a positive note, scoring his fifth straight top-10 finish.
Despite the high temperatures and contact on track causing trouble for his competitors, Travis McLean made his way through the chaos for a top-10 finish on Sunday at Sunset Speedway.
Finding the familiar speed back in the No. 64, Ryan Semple was working his way to the front on Sunday afternoon at Sunset Speedway when contact would see his afternoon end early.
After entering the night with high hopes following a couple back-to-back strong runs, Ethan Constable’s night ended early on Saturday at Sunset Speedway.