While the weekend did not go as planned, McLean Motorsports was able to learn a lot throughout the Velocity 250 at Sunset Speedway.
Making his way to the front in the early stages of the Velocity 250 at Sunset Speedway, Ryan Semple scored a solid podium finish.
Continuing to gain speed throughout the weekend, Robbie Sikes finished off the Velocity 250 at Sunset Speedway with a top-15 finish.
After becoming the top qualifier, all eyes were on Jordan Howse. Then when he rolled the highest number for the invert possible – 12, all eyes were really on the No. 8 Super Stock. However, it was for the right reason as he drove through the field to win the Velocity 250 at Sunset Speedway.
The last two weeks for the Super Stocks have been highlight reel worthy – from three-wide on the last lap, to the closest finish of the year. Now we’re set to ramp it up with a notch with the Short Track Playoffs? Oh boy……
Ryan Semple finished the year the same way he started it – solidly running up front, scoring another heat victory and top-five on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
In a thriller to close out a great season, the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock drivers each battled for the win. At the end, though, it was Mike Weeda edging out Coltin Everingham to become the ninth different feature winner this season at Sunset Speedway.