The plans continue to roll out of hiding and be revealed for fans, so here are some more drivers who have openly discussed their 2019 plans as of January 31, 2019.
With some help from Dan Cabral at Cabral Racing Promotions, here are some more drivers who have openly discussed their 2019 plans as of January 10, 2019.
Here is what we know when it comes to the Super Stocks as of January 1, 2019.
While Kris Lawrence was crowned the 2018 Great Lakes Concrete Series Super Stock Champion, there were plenty of drivers who had success over the course of this past season.
The St. Onge Recreational Super Stocks put together some great races across the season. So let’s take a look back on five great feature moments, as well as a single qualifier shocker.
Check out 21 of Ashley McCubbin’s memorable images from this past season’s St. Onge Recreational Super Stock campaign 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 season, Coltin Everingham put together one of the most impressive seasons at Sunset Speedway en route to winning both the track St. Onge Recreation Super Stock Championship, and the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Division II title.
While Coltin Everingham walked away with the 2018 St. Onge Recreational Sunset Speedway Championship and the 2018 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Division II Ontario Provincial title, there were plenty of drivers who had success over the course of this past season.
After all the dust settled at the front of the field, it’d be Matt Bentley emerging victorious in the Velocity 250 at Sunset Speedway on Sunday afternoon.