In his return to Sunset Speedway, Harold Noseworthy finished in the 10th position.

In the heats, the Barrie, Ontario driver finished third and fourth, giving him a solid starting spot in the feature.

Once the feature started, the driver of the No. 69 Simcoe Auto Recyclers Civic kept the car straight and drove it as hard as he could to finish 10th. Noseworthy now sits 10th in points, 13 points out of the top five.

Make sure to come out to Sunset Speedway next week to support Harold Noseworthy and Hard Core Racing.

 

About Hard Core Racing

Hard Core Racing is the home of Harold Noseworthy, who won the 2004 Four Fun Championship. Check out http://hardcoreracing69.webs.com for more information.