With S2RT Racing’s primary driver Curtis Stewart on vacation, he has pegged past G.D. Coates Used Car Superstore Mini Stock Division Champion Cameron McGlashan to drive the No. 6 Mini Stock for Sunset Speedway’s opening night.
As the expert panel of five discussed who should be included, there were several other drivers mentioned for consideration. So here are some of those competitors to keep an eye on as we enter the season.
After a successful campaign that saw him place third in the year-end G.D. Coates Used Car Superstore standings, Dylan Holmes will return to Sunset Speedway in 2019 once again behind the wheel of the No. 2 Mustang.
After a successful campaign that saw Samantha Shaw place second in the year-end G.D. Coates Used Car Superstore Mini Stock standings, she will be returning to Sunset Speedway to chase the championship.
Although Taylor Thring will be busy with the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series, it doesn’t mean that she’s giving up being behind the wheel. The second generation racer confirmed that she will be splitting her time between Sunset Speedway, as well as a competing at a couple other tracks.
ACL Motorsports continues to expand their marketing partners for the 2019 campaign, welcoming B&B Towing on-board for this season.
Since a young age, Shiann Wilman has been hanging around the race tracks, watching her heroes and favourite drivers compete. This year, though, she is going to get behind the wheel herself in Sunset Speedway’s Signs of Innovation Mini Stock division.