Despite crossing the finish line in second, Kyle Neumeister picked up the victory in Peterborough Speedway’s Autumn Colours Classic feature.
Taking the lead in the early stages, Kyle Neumeister did not look back en route to winning the Signs of Innovation Bone Stock 25-lap Velocity 250 feature at Sunset Speedway.
Fans at Sunset Speedway got used to seeing the No. 92 in victory lane during Kyle Neumeister’s championship run last season. Though for those who may have forgotten, he returned to the familiar spot after winning the Signs of Innovation Bone Stock invitational on Saturday night.
After winning the inaugural Signs of Innovation Bone Stock Championship last year at Sunset Speedway, Kyle Neumeister returned to the track on Sunday to score his second straight Spring Velocity feature victory.
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.
Kyle Neumeister ended the 2018 campaign at Sunset Speedway exactly the way it began – sitting in victory lane, as he won the Velocity 250 Grassroots Performance Bone Stock invitational on Sunday afternoon.
For most teams, it’s big a enough challenge to win a single title in a season. Now try doubling down with a pair of championships at Kyle Neumeister accomplished that feat in 2018.
Since winning the first feature of the season, Kyle Neumeister has been fast ever since and he showed that on the final night, winning the feature en route to picking up the 2018 Grassroots Performance Bone Stocks Championship.
If Kyle Neumeister unloads the car at Sunset Speedway on Saturday night, you know you’ll probably see it sitting in a familiar location by the end of the night.
It seems no matter the track the Bone Stocks are racing at, the man to watch this season has been Kyle Neumeister, who has scored multiple victories through the first two months of racing.