@Sunset_Speedway • Innisfil, ON (July 7, 2015)- After breaking into the top-15 for the first time during the season a couple weeks ago, she would break into top-10 on Saturday night, finishing 10th in the Signs of Innovation Mighty Mini feature at Sunset Speedway.
She started off the night by finishing sixth in her heat, forcing her to run the consolation race to qualify for the feature. She had a good run in the consolation race, finishing fourth to qualify for the 20-lap feature.
With the invert for the feature, she would start 16th for the feature. Throughout the first half of the event, she would run just outside of the top-10, keeping her nose clean and trying to find her way through the traffic further up through the field. She was able to avoid a late incident with two laps to go involving a pair of her competitors to move up a couple more positions.
She then also avoided the final incident of the feature, crossing the caution/checkered-flag with a 10th place finish.
Thanks to Partimer Signs, Gelderman Landscape Services, Skytec Rentals, Can-Am Alignment, Millgrove Gardens, BDS Frame and Alighment, B&D Auto Recyclers, Safeway Towing, Phoenix Place, Auto Clinic, Ponderosa Nature Resort, Ancaster Embroidery, Country Girl Designs, Lisa DeLeeuw – Independent Scentsy Consultant, and Sunflower Studios for their continued support.
See photos from the night via the DY Racing website at https://dyracing.wordpress.com and like the DY Racing facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/dyracing.
DeLeeuw will return to Sunset Speedway in two weeks for a double-header points event. Saturday, July 18 will feature regular points racing, well Sunday, July 19 will be used to make up the rained out points event from May 30. Details and tickets for both events can be purchased via http://www.sunsetspeedway.ca.
Race report by Ashley McCubbin