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Check out 19 of Ashley McCubbin’s memorable images from this past season’s St. Onge Recreation Super Stock action at Sunset Speedway.
Sometimes when you stick a microphone in front of a driver’s face, you have no clue what they may say and a couple of times you’ll hear something that surprises you or gives you a bit of a perspective.
This past weekend allotted an opportunity for the drivers and crew members, along with staff at Sunset Speedway to gather together to celebrate the season that was in 2019.
From the first green flag of the season to the last checkered flag flown, it was certainly an exciting year for the St. Onge Recreation Super Stocks at Sunset Speedway. There were lots of battles back and forth on a weekly basis, with a couple different faces gracing victory lane along the way.
After entering the Velocity 250 with confidence, things would not pan out as Jordan Latimer hoped.
After being out of the seat for most of the 2019 season, Ryan Semple proved that he can still get the job done behind the wheel on Sunday at Sunset Speedway.
After coming close to victory throughout the 2019 campaign, Gerrit Tiemersma was able to break through in the biggest event of the season – the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock Velocity 250 feature.
Following a trip to victory lane last week, Jordan Latimer will enter the Fall Velocity with confidence on his side.