Super Stock veteran Stan Coe will enter Saturday’s event sitting third in the division points standings. After a 2nd place finish in May 28th action, it’s clear that Coe is very close to infiltrating Sunset Speedway’s victory lane for the first time in 2016. One year ago, Coe made a spirited run for the Sunset Speedway championship and came up just short to eventual titlist Cayden Lapcevich. This season, he’s back hoping to employ the same ‘consistency first’ strategy that he’s utilized to great success for much of his career. Watch the No. 58 on Saturday night, because if he doesn’t end his evening in victory lane there’s an excellent chance he’ll have a second straight podium finish in his hip pocket.
Already a feature winner at Peterborough Speedway this season, Archibald is still working his way towards his first Sunset triumph of 2016. The Barrie, ON veteran recovered from mid-race contact on May 28th and charged from the rear of the field to salvage a 10th place finish. This weekend, if Archibald can avoid the early-race extracurriculars, he should most definitely have enough car to contend for his first top-3 finish of the Sunset season.
You’d certainly have to think that Johnny Morrison’s time on the Super Stock ‘winless’ streak is coming to an end. The second-generation racer turner in a top-5 finish at the highly touted Spring Velocity on May 22nd, then appeared en route to his first career feature win on May 28th before contact with another car sent Morrison careening out of the lead. The Barrie, ON up-and-comer ended up salvaging an 11th place finish, but the message was sent that he is ready for his time on the top step of the podium. This Saturday, Morrison will have another opportunity at Win #1.
Following two weeks spent battling overheating issues, Coltin Everingham will be back at Sunset on June 4th with hopes of earning his first top-10 of the 2016 NWAAS season. The Innisfil, ON driver’s family-run program is set for a breakout performance – and if Everingham can stay cool (both literally and figuratively) he could be ready for a much needed breakthrough outing.
Second-generation racer Ethan Constable has improved with every start thus far. His No. 11 will be back on track at Sunset to continue the unenviable transition into the Super Stock division, alongside some of the very best competitors in the province. A top-15 finish on May 28th was a shot in the arm for the Constable team, and they will no doubt be motivated to continue their forward momentum towards their first career top-10.