In the feature at Sunset International Speedway on May 12th, Harold Noseworthy finished in 26th position after the wheel fell off in the feature when the hub broke.
In the first heat, the Barrie, Ontario driver finished fourth after starting fourth.
In the second heat, Noseworthy started fifth, was spun on lap one by Ryan Goddard and came back to finish fifth.
In the feature, the driver of the No. 69 Simcoe Auto Recyclers Civic was named an involved car in the first incident of the night on lap two when Stephen Wilson spun and put to the back of the field after starting mid-pack. Then shortly after the restart, Noseworthy’s wheel fell off and he was done for the night.
As a result, Noseworthy now dropped a spot in points to 11th, nine points outside of the top 10.
Make sure to come out to Sunset Speedway next week to support Harold Noseworthy and Hard Core Racing.
About Hard Core RacingHard Core Racing is the home of Harold Noseworthy, who won the 2004 Four Fun Championship. Check out http://hardcoreracing69.webs.com for more information.