Starting on the pole, Eric Yorke withstood the challenge from Samantha Shaw to dominate en route to winning the Mini Stock 50 lap feature on Sunday afternoon at Sunset Speedway.
The strong performances continue for DY Racing in 2019, as Eric Yorke scored a top-five finish in the Mini Stock invitational at Jukasa Motor Speedway.
After taking some time away from racing, Eric Yorke returned to Sunset Speedway in style – visiting victory lane on Saturday night.
Eric Yorke may not be at Sunset Speedway on a weekly basis this year, but that doesn’t mean you should let his name slip off of your radar. After all, he is a past track champion.
The long winter is over as DY Racing drivers Eric Yorke and Lisa DeLeeuw made their first starts of the 2019 campaign at Sunset Speedway.
Since then, the news has just joined continued to drop with drivers revealing their plans for 2019. So here are some more competitors who have openly discussed their 2019 plans as of January 19, 2019.
All eyes will be on Flamboro Speedway on June 10 when they host their first ever “STOCK” Car Nationals, featuring the pure stocks, mini stocks and super stocks. Particularly, the Mini Stocks have garnered a lot of attention, thanks to the efforts by Rich Schwartzenburg to garner event, award, and lap sponsors to bring the purse to over $6800.