Making his return full-time this season, Hillbilly Deluxe Racing’s Robbie Sikes put together a solid, clean feature on opening night at Sunset Speedway.
Despite battling an ill-handling car throughout the night, Jade Franklin persevered to post a top-10 finish.
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If the numbers from pre-season testing are an early indication for the season, this year is primed to be full of excitement at Sunset Speedway. Here is a rough recap from the second weekend of testing.
It’s just a matter of days now till you can officially pronounce the off-season over – and cure a need for speed that’s been burning since Autumn Colours. However, some drivers got their fix already as the first practice session of 2017 was busy at Sunset Speedway was busy on Good Friday. Here’s a rough recap of what you should know.
After spending a couple years out of the driver’s seat, Robbie Sikes is getting back at it this season. Sikes will race the No. 37 Super Stock full-time at Sunset Speedway, as a teammate to Jade Franklin.
Following a successful season of racing, Jade Franklin and the Jaded Motorsports team attended the 2016 Sunset Speedway Banquet this past weekend. Franklin’s great year of results was awarded, as he took […]
After running strongly in qualifying, Jordan Latimer’s hopes of a strong run ended after getting caught up in an early crash at the Velocity 250. Latimer started off the weekend strong, finishing […]
In one of the most dramatic finishes of the season, it’d be Matt Bentley picking up the win in the Velocity 250 Super Stock feature at Sunset Speedway. The first heat on […]
As Originally Published on OnPitRoad.com Following a successful season, Ryan Semple is set to return to Sunset Speedway once again in 2016, looking to secure the St. Onge Recreational Super Stock Championship. […]