Sean Cronan would continue to learn his new super late model ride and get it adjusted, finishing 12th on Saturday night at Barrie Speedway.

Cronan started off the night on the wrong foot after Brad Corcoran spun him on the third lap of the heat. He would finish the heat with a fourth place finish. 

He would follow that with a sixth in the second heat.

Come feature time as a result of his qualifying effort, he would start in the 14th position. By lap 11, he had worked himself up to the 13th position. He would get by Gary Passer to take the 12th position on lap 15.

Unfortunately, he would go a lap down on lap 18 to leader Brandon Watson.

The race would feature one caution on lap 24 when Rob Clarke would spin off of turn four. Shortly after the restart, Passer would pass Cronan back for the position.

In the final laps, Cronan would get back by Passer to finish 12th.

Special thanks to The Lockeroom Sports Bar and Grill, Spira Fire Protection, Women in Stride, Supercuts, Gunk Canada, Plumbtech Plumbing Inc., Speedy Auto Machine, Fox’s Bakery and Deli, Sturdy Power Lines, Bourque Transmission, Paul’s Auto Body, Sophie’s Place Restaurant and Home-Tec Exteriors for their support.

The next race for the OSCAAR Super Late Models is the Don Biederman Memorial Weekend at Sunset Speedway on June 29th and 30th. The Super Lates will be running a 50 lap feature each night, with the two races combined determining the Don Biederman Memorial Champion.

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