If the numbers from pre-season testing are an early indication for the season, this year is primed to be full of excitement at Sunset Speedway. Here is a rough recap from the second weekend of testing.
As the final days countdown prior to kicking off this season, Jade Franklin and Jaded Motorsports are proud to welcome back Nitro Industrial Sales for 2017.
Sunset Speedway’s Super Stock division just continues to grow in size, and talent. It was recently revealed that Jay Cutting would be making his return to the track, driving a car owned by John Latimer.
JL Motorsports is proud to announce that Jordan Latimer’s No. 90 Limited Late Model at Sunset Speedway will once again be sponsored by Krueger Electrical Services.
It’s just a matter of days now till you can officially pronounce the off-season over – and cure a need for speed that’s been burning since Autumn Colours. However, some drivers got their fix already as the first practice session of 2017 was busy at Sunset Speedway was busy on Good Friday. Here’s a rough recap of what you should know.
While original plans for JL Motorsports appeared to be sending the team in a different direction, there’s been a change in heart. The team officially confirmed a couple weeks ago they will be returning to Sunset Speedway’s Sauble Falls Tent and Trailer Park Limited Late Model division for 2017.
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After spending a couple years out of the driver’s seat, Robbie Sikes is getting back at it this season. Sikes will race the No. 37 Super Stock full-time at Sunset Speedway, as a teammate to Jade Franklin.
Armed with a newer car for 2017, it’s easy to see why Stefan Woyslaw is looking forward to hitting the race track in a couple weeks.
As the final days countdown prior to kicking off this season, Jade Franklin and Jaded Motorsports are proud to welcome back Duivenvoorden Haulage as the primary sponsor.