The initial list of 5 TO WATCH saw big names dropped that could possibly insert themselves in not only the conversation to win races, but possibly the championship. However, the discussion doesn’t end there. Here is part two.
Each year, the competition for the St. Onge Recreational Super Stocks at Sunset Speedway gets even stronger, as evident by nine different feature winners over the course of last season.
Between being behind the wheel of his Legend and Super Stock, Miles Tyson was very busy all season long in 2017, experiencing some success along the way. Recently, I caught up with Tyson to talk about the year, as well as his outlook for 2018.
Over the course of the season, I have gotten the opportunity to take plenty of photos of each division on-track, with some of those images turning out stellar beyond words can describe.
Although it appeared the chips were put against him at times, Ryan Semple stuck with it throughout the entire 2017 campaign en route to a runner-up points finish.
Through the course of the 2017 season, there were plenty of moments that stood out for the St Onge Recreation Super Stocks at Sunset Speedway.
From the first event in May to the very last feature in September, the season at Sunset Speedway was filled with a ton of highs, and a couple of lows, as the St. Onge Recreational Super Stocks put together one of the most competitive seasons to date.