Ryan Semple finished the year the same way he started it – solidly running up front, scoring another heat victory and top-five on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
Heading into the last break before the stretch to end the season, some drivers are looking to carry their momentum forward so their final results match their performance, while others want to end on a strong note after some mid-year struggles. With that said, here are your five thoughts……
Despite having a mid-race spin, Ryan Semple made his way back through the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock field to post a top-10 finish on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
Despite going through his fair share of trials this season, Robbie Sikes got to see a glimmer of hope at the end of the tunnel on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway, tying his season-best finish.
Running upfront throughout the feature, Jade Franklin scored another solid top-10 finish on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
While the box score will not reflect the performance put in on Saturday night, it appears the Jaded Motorsports team is making solid progress.
Battling hard throughout the 30-lap feature at Sunset Speedway, Jade Franklin just missed scoring a top-10 finish.
After having to restart from the back of the field five laps into the feature, Jade Franklin drove his way back to the front en route to a top-10 finish at Sunset Speedway.
Despite being involved in an early accident during the feature, Ryan Semple rebounded to post a top-five finish on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
This past weekend, Sunset Speedway opened their 2017 season with Jordan Howse winning the first St. Onge Recreational Super Stock feature of 2017. Based on the 30 laps of feature action, here are some thoughts to consider.