Check out 19 of Ashley McCubbin’s memorable images from this past season’s St. Onge Recreation Super Stock action at Sunset Speedway.
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.
From the first green flag of the season to the last checkered flag flown, it was certainly an exciting year for the St. Onge Recreation Super Stocks at Sunset Speedway. There were lots of battles back and forth on a weekly basis, with a couple different faces gracing victory lane along the way.
Ahead of the big event, here is a glimpse into the season that has occurred thus far at Sunset Speedway.
Although the drivers were ready to put on a show at Sunset Speedway in the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock division, mother nature had other plans as she only allowed one feature to get put into the books, along with a single round of heats at Spring Velocity.
Each week, Short Track Musings will be releasing a guide of where to catch some short track asphalt racing action across Ontario.
Each week, Short Track Musings will be releasing a guide of where to catch some short track racing action across Ontario.
After winning the 2018 Sunset Speedway St. Onge Recreation Super Stock Championship, Coltin Everingham will be right in the thick of things once again.
Let’s keep the momentum rolling, with some more drivers who have openly discussed their 2019 plans as of March 8, 2019.
After picking up a couple top-10’s over last season, Nick Tooley is taking a different approach to the upcoming campaign.