Consistently improving with each season behind the wheel, everything came together in 2018 for Coltin Everingham as he crowned the 2018 Sunset Speedway St. Onge Recreation Super Stock Champion.
Despite the high temperatures and contact on track causing trouble for his competitors, Travis McLean made his way through the chaos for a top-10 finish on Sunday at Sunset Speedway.
Finding the familiar speed back in the No. 64, Ryan Semple was working his way to the front on Sunday afternoon at Sunset Speedway when contact would see his afternoon end early.
After entering the night with high hopes following a couple back-to-back strong runs, Ethan Constable’s night ended early on Saturday at Sunset Speedway.
Kris Lawrence will enter the last round of the Great Lakes Concrete Series for the Super Stocks with a healthy lead after scoring the feature victory on Sunday at Sunset Speedway.
It may have taken Dan Archibald all year long to win a St. Onge Recreation feature at Sunset Speedway, but he won one of the biggest, taking the 50-lapper to end of the 2018 season.
Things are rolling exactly how Ethan Constable would like at Sunset Speedway as he picked up his second consecutive podium finish on Saturday night.
The competition is at an all-time high at Sunset Speedway in the St. Onge Recreational Super Stocks with close racing every week. This past weekend, though, it was Brandon Passer scoring his fourth feature victory of the season.
Leading laps during the feature, Ethan Constable scored a season-best finish at Sunset Speedway on Saturday night.
The Semple Motorsports team continues to get stronger each week, picking up a heat victory this past Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.