From the drop of the initial green flag this season at Sunset Speedway, the No. 81 Mustang could be seen at the front of the field with Samantha Shaw battling for checkered flags.
Battling hard all season long, Tyler Seaboyer put together the pieces to be crowned the 2019 Sunset Speedway G.D. Coates Used Car Superstore Mini Stock Champion.
From the first green flag of the season to the last checkered flag flown, it was certainly an exciting year for the G.D. Coates Used Car Superstore Mini Stocks at Sunset Speedway. There were lots of battles back and forth on a weekly basis, with a touch controversy to spice things up, and a couple different faces gracing victory lane along the way.
Following a great season of competition across the province, everybody came together for the short track year-end playoffs. With each track hosting a big event, a lot of talent was showcased with the cream rising to the crop, as familiar faces found their way to victory lane. It also did not go as smoothly as warranted for everybody, though, as some drivers suffered bad luck along the way.
This past week, there were a couple more champions crowned with Tyler Seaboyer and Brian Wilson each enjoying their special moments at Sunset Speedway and Full Throttle Motor Speedway.
Battling hard throughout both days of racing at Sunset Speedway, Lisa DeLeeuw would come up just shy of the top-10 in the Velocity 250 Mini Stock feature.
Running up front all weekend at Sunset Speedway, Eric Yorke came up just one spot in the Velocity 250 feature.
Taking the lead in the early stages, Andy Kamrath did not look back en route to winning the G.D. Coates Used Car Superstore Mini Stock Velocity 250 feature at Sunset Speedway.
From Spira Racing
Making her way through the field, Samantha Shaw drove her No. 81 Mustang to her fifth victory of the 2019 Sunset Speedway G.D. Coates Used Car Superstore Mini Stock season.