Running their inaugural season of competition at Sunset Speedway, the Grassroots Performance Bone Stocks put together some great features across the feature. As we embark on the off-season, let’s take a look back on three great feature moments, as well as a single qualifier shocker.
Check out eight of Ashley McCubbin’s memorable images from this past season’s inaugural Grassroots Performance Bone Stock season at Sunset Speedway.
Sometimes when you stick a microphone in front of a driver’s face, you have no clue what they may say and a couple of times you’ll hear something that surprises you or gives you a bit of a perspective.
Scrolling through facebook hoping to sell a snowmobile, Jeff Norman saw a bone stock for sale and sent a message to the seller, asking if they’d accept a snowmobile as a trade. The seller easily accepted, and he was headed to the race track with a car in hand.
Making her first laps on track this season at Sunset Speedway, Aundrea Lusk improved throughout the season to leave a lasting impression on her rookie campaign.
Kyle Neumeister ended the 2018 campaign at Sunset Speedway exactly the way it began – sitting in victory lane, as he won the Velocity 250 Grassroots Performance Bone Stock invitational on Sunday afternoon.
For most teams, it’s big a enough challenge to win a single title in a season. Now try doubling down with a pair of championships at Kyle Neumeister accomplished that feat in 2018.