The fans at Sunset Speedway on Sunday were treated to a show, with Brandon Passer and Frank Davey going back and forth throughout the event. Ultimately, when the race was called due to weather, it’d be Passer picking up the win.
Making the mid-race pass for the lead, Tom Walters held on the rest of the way to win the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock feature at Sunset Speedway.
A month after getting his first career checkered flag, Ethan Constable relived the feeling by winning the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock feature on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
The St. Onge Recreation Super Stocks have their first repeat feature winner of the 2019 season, as Tom Walters scored the win on Saturday night.
Sunset Speedway’s St. Onge Recreation Super Stock class may not be big in size, but the talent level is showcasing it’s way through as evident by the diversity of winners. On Saturday night, Brandon Passer made it five different feature winners in a row.
After running into issues, Coltin Everingham would go on a Sunday cruise in the second feature en route to the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock victory.
After coming close a couple different ways the past couple of years, Ethan Constable put everything together on Sunday afternoon to score the victory in the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock feature.
Grabbing the lead off of the initial green, Tom Walters led flag-to-flag en route to winning the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock feature.
After watching a pair of veterans win the first round of heats for the St Onge Recreation Super Stocks, the stage was set to see if the youngsters in the class could challenge back in the feature. However, precipitation would see the event cut short.
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