After struggling the past couple of weeks, Terry Woodley got his season back on track with a top-10 finish on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
Woodley started off night solidly, finishing third in his heat, followed by a ninth place finish in the Dash for Cash.
Starting fifth in the 25-lap feature, Woodley moved up to fourth with a pass on Cory Young in the first couple of laps. The climb continued as Woodley got alongside Dave Crumbie for third at Lap 5. Woodley made the pass before the caution flew for a spin further back in the field.
Restarting in third, he fell back a couple spots to fifth with the quicker cars making their way through the field. He didn’t give up, though, getting alongside Allard for fourth at Lap 14 and completing the pass a lap late. As the laps wound down, though, he’d fall back to fifth after being passed by Brandon Crumbie just before the second caution flew at Lap 20.
Woodley got a good restart, battling Chris Allard for the fifth spot. Ultimately, it didn’t work as planned as he fall back to sixth at Lap 22, with Samantha Shaw passing him to bump him back to seventh a couple laps later.
Despite falling back some spots, Woodley kept battling hard all the way to the checkered flag, finishing the race in seventh. For Woodley, it marks his 24th top-10 finish in the last 26 races dating all the way back to last season.
NFC Motorsports, co-owned by Woodley and Lyle McInyre, thanks Nottawasaga Mechanical, Zeggil Custom Homes, CARS Collingwood Automotive Repairs and Services, PWL Electrical, Lil Loads, Wallys Wheels and Complete Welding for their support.
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