The Sauble Falls Tent and Trailer Park Late Models are proving to have some of the best competition at Sunset Speedway, as Gord Shepherd became the fourth different driver to reach victory lane this season on Saturday night.
So far the season is going as planned for Paul Maltese as he was able to put together another solid feature on Monday night, en route to a top-10 finish at Sunset Speedway.
Competing in two separate events across Sunset Speedway’s Spring Velocity weekend, Rick Spencer-Walt made it known that Spencer-Walt Motorsports is ready to collect multiple checkered flags this season.
For the second year in a row, Rick Spencer-Walt ended the Spring Velocity at Sunset Speedway in victory lane as he used the bump and run on Travis Hallyburton late to score the win.
Jordan Latimer looked poised to have another strong run at Sunset Speedway on Saturday night, when a mechanical failure would see his feature end early.
After feeling a top-five within grasp on opening night, Paul Maltese put together a solid performance en route to scoring a fifth-place finish on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
The early season positive momentum continues for Ron Quesnelle, as he scored his third consecutive top-six finish to start off the 2018 campaign at Sunset Speedway.
After suffering disappointment last weekend at Sunset Speedway, Spencer-Walt Motorsports was able to bounce back with a solid top-10 performance on Saturday night.
A restart with four laps to go changed everything on Saturday night, as it gave Danny Benedict the perfect opportunity to take the lead, and win the first 60-lap feature of the year for the Sauble Falls Tent and Trailer Park Late Models.
The hard work throughout the off-season paid off for KDR Motorsports as they were able to score a pair of top-six finishes on opening night at Sunset Speedway.