Making his way into the lead in the early stages, Frank Davey would cruise away from the field en route to winning the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock feature at Sunset Speedway.
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After making a pair of trips to victory lane last season, Frank Davey is ready to get back at it this year in the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock division at Sunset Speedway.
Let’s keep the momentum rolling, with some more drivers who have openly discussed their 2019 plans as of February 12, 2019.
Here is what we know when it comes to the Super Stocks as of January 1, 2019.
Despite stuck battling mid-pack throughout the feature on Saturday night, Ethan Constable still walked away from Sunset Speedway with a top-10 finish.
Starting deep in the field for Saturday night’s feature, Ryan Semple made his way to the front for a top-five finish.
When Brandon Passer came out of the gate as fast as he was, it was only a matter of time until he visited victory lane, and that happened on Saturday night as he won the St. Onge Recreational Super Stock feature.
Following a solid run on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway, Ethan Constable is ready for a new challenge this weekend.
After an off-season filled with making sure their ducks in a row, Travis McLean is ready to kick it all off beginning with round one of the Great Lakes Concrete Series at Sunset Speedway on Sunday, May 20.