Knowing he had some gain to make up in the points, Dylan Holmes took the first step towards doing that by winning the G.D. Coates Used Car Superstore Mini Stock feature on Saturday night.
Although it’s been rough to get in a lot of racing thanks to Mother Nature, the Mini Stocks have certainly been creating buzz across the province with exciting races everywhere. Ahead of the fourth edition of the Ontario Mini Stock Rankings to be released on Wednesday, here are five thoughts to ponder.
With some of the best G.D. Coates Used Car Superstore Mini Stock drivers on the property, it was looking like there’d be a great feature to come on Sunday afternoon. However, precipitation would see the event cut short.
Grabbing the lead in the early stages, Dylan Holmes would dominate the G.D. Coates Used Car Superstore Mini Stock feature on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
After a successful campaign that saw him place third in the year-end G.D. Coates Used Car Superstore standings, Dylan Holmes will return to Sunset Speedway in 2019 once again behind the wheel of the No. 2 Mustang.
Currently sitting fourth in the Signs of Innovation Mini Stock standings at Sunset Speedway, Dylan Holmes is in the midst of a career season.
Now that he has the winning feeling, Dylan Holmes isn’t set to let it go as he scored his first career Signs of Innovation Mini Stock feature victory on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
After coming close over the past two years, Dylan Holmes broke through for his first career Sunset Speedway Signs of Innovation Mini Stock feature victory on Saturday night.
In an interesting twist of events, someone other than Cameron McGlashan drove the No. 00 Mustang in the Signs of Innovation Mini Stock feature on Saturday night.
With about two months left of racing at Sunset Speedway, things are certainly getting interesting when it comes to the top drivers in the standings as everybody tries to tally up as many points as possible. With that in mind, it’s perfect time to bring back everybody’s favorite column.