The St. Onge Recreational Super Stocks put together some great races across the season. So let’s take a look back on five great feature moments, as well as a single qualifier shocker.
Heading into the second half of the 2018 season at Sunset Speedway leading the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock point standings, it’s easy to say that Stefan Semeraro is having the year he wanted thus far.
Out-battling some of the best in the division, Stefan Semeraro did what he needed to do to score his first career St. Onge Recreation Super Stock feature victory 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……
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.
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Starting on the pole, Cameron McGlashan would lead flag-to-flag en route to scoring his second career feature victory at Sunset Speedway in the Signs of Innovation Mighty Mini division. McGlashan becomes the […]
Despite being challenged over the course of the final laps of the feature, Cameron McGlashan was able to hold off all challengers en route to scoring his first career feature victory at […]