After a long grueling season full of twists, turns, and interesting technical discussions, the Signs of Innovation Mini Stocks are set for the final night of 2017 on Saturday, September 16.
Despite going around for a spin early in the feature, Trevor Hemingway rebounded to score a top-20 on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
Battling hard from the drop of the green flag on Saturday night, Lisa DeLeeuw posted a solid top-15 finish at Sunset Speedway.
Eric Yorke kept the success rolling on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway, picking up his fourth feature victory of the season.
When the motor blew in his own car, Cameron McGlashan believed his season was over at that point. However, a generous offer from fellow competitor Dave Middel to borrow his car paid off with a heat victory on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
Despite chaos at every turn on Saturday night, Ryan Semple managed to avoid trouble and pick up another top-five finish at Sunset Speedway.
The strong finishes continue for Rick Spencer-Walt at Sunset Speedway, as he scored a pair of top-fives this past Saturday night.
After celebrating his first career Late Model victory last weekend, Jordan Latimer was poised to come out with another strong run on Saturday night. Unfortunately, luck saw the night not go as planned for the JL Motorsports team.
While there’s talk of a hurricane in the southern United States, the fans at Sunset Speedway witnessed one of their own. ‘Hurricane’ Thayne Hallyburton dominated the second Sauble Falls Tent and Trailer Park Late Model feature en route to scoring the victory.
While it’s been an exciting year for the Lucas Oil Can-Am T.Q. Midgets with competitive side-by-side racing each event, the season will draw to a close on September 23 at Sunset Speedway. One of the drivers hopeful for a strong run at the Innisfil, Ontario oval is Adrian Stahle.