Jordan Howse had run Outlaw Midget events before, but getting behind the wheel of the Brian Woodland owned No. 48 proved to be the magic ticket. He scored his first career Outlaw Midget feature victory on Saturday night at Peterborough Speedway’s Autumn Colours Classic.
Each year, the competition for the St. Onge Recreational Super Stocks at Sunset Speedway gets even stronger, as evident by nine different feature winners over the course of last season.
Through the course of the 2017 season, there were plenty of moments that stood out for the St Onge Recreation Super Stocks at Sunset Speedway.
After becoming the top qualifier, all eyes were on Jordan Howse. Then when he rolled the highest number for the invert possible – 12, all eyes were really on the No. 8 Super Stock. However, it was for the right reason as he drove through the field to win the Velocity 250 at Sunset Speedway.
In a thriller to close out a great season, the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock drivers each battled for the win. At the end, though, it was Mike Weeda edging out Coltin Everingham to become the ninth different feature winner this season at Sunset Speedway.
In what will go down as one of the most memorable features of the season, Jordan Howse held on through the late race chaos to score the victory in the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock division on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
In a feature filled with chaos from top to bottom, Jordan Howse cruised to yet another St. Onge Recreation Super Stock victory at Sunset Speedway on Saturday night.