After taking a step back this season, Cameron McGlashan is ready to throw his hat back in the Mini Stock ring, ready for the full schedule at Sunset Speedway in 2020.
Although there is rule book debates going on, there has also been some news revealed as to what drivers are planning to do this season. So here are some competitors who have openly discussed their 2020 plans as of January 16, 2020.
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.
Continuing to find speed throughout the 2019 campaign, Curtis Stewart was able to finish the year ranked third in the standings.
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 drop of the initial green flag this season at Sunset Speedway, the No. 81 Mustang could be seen at the front of the field with Samantha Shaw battling for checkered flags.
Battling hard all season long, Tyler Seaboyer put together the pieces to be crowned the 2019 Sunset Speedway G.D. Coates Used Car Superstore Mini Stock Champion.