Debuting a brand new No. 17 Honda Civic, Kevin Bridge was able to work out the bugs during practice to win the opening round of the Great Lakes Concrete Series at Sunset Speedway as part of the track’s Spring Velocity.
After a long winter going through their program and making it stronger, Semple Motorsports returned to Sunset Speedway on Monday afternoon, ready to see if their hard work had paid off.
So far the season is going as planned for Paul Maltese as he was able to put together another solid feature on Monday night, en route to a top-10 finish at Sunset Speedway.
Competing in two separate events across Sunset Speedway’s Spring Velocity weekend, Rick Spencer-Walt made it known that Spencer-Walt Motorsports is ready to collect multiple checkered flags this season.
For the second year in a row, Rick Spencer-Walt ended the Spring Velocity at Sunset Speedway in victory lane as he used the bump and run on Travis Hallyburton late to score the win.
In a battle that saw bumps traded and right down to the wire, it’d be Treyten Lapcevich scoring the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock feature victory at Sunset Speedway.
It came down to the wire, which kept it exciting for the fans as Kevin Bridge made the pass in the late stages on Warren Paxton to score the Spring Velocity feature win at Sunset Speedway.