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INNISFIL, Ontario — Battling hard throughout both days of racing at Sunset Speedway, Lisa DeLeeuw would come up just shy of the top-10 in the Velocity 250 Mini Stock feature.

DeLeeuw showed speed through qualifying, finishing fifth in both of her qualifying heats.

Starting ninth for the 35-lap feature on Sunday, she’d drop back to 12th in the early stages of the event, though looked to battle back as she got alongside Melissa Bullen for 11th at the halfway mark.

The ladies would battle back and forth through the remaining portion of the feature, with DeLeeuw crossing the finish line in 12th. She’d be credited with an 11th-place finish after a fellow competitor got disqualified.

DeLeeuw is proud to be supported by Partimer Sign, Skytec Rentals, Solex Steel, Safeway Towing, BDS Enterprises, Can-alignment, Scentsy Independent Consultant, Jays Signs and Graphics, P&A Plastics, Higher Ground Landscaping, and Cabral Racing Promotions.

Be sure to check out the DY Racing website at https://dyracing.wordpress.com and like the DY Racing facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/dyracing.

By: Ashley McCubbin  / AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com.

INNISFIL, Ontario — Running up front all weekend at Sunset Speedway, Eric Yorke came up just one spot in the Velocity 250 feature.

Yorke was fast through qualifying, winning both of his heats on Saturday afternoon.

Starting sixth after the redraw, he would make his way forward immediately, moving up into fourth on the opening lap. He would then get alongside Jason Tolton for third on Lap 3, taking the spot three laps later. He would then track down Samantha Shaw for second, getting alongside and passing her for the spot on Lap 10.

Through the remaining 25 laps of the feature, he would weave his way through lap traffic, trying to track down the race leader. However, he would be unable to close the gap, crossing the finish line with a second-place finish.

Yorke is proud to be supported by Can-Alignment Motorsports, Solex Steel, Partimer Signs, Skytec Rentals, Budget Tire, Scentsy Consultant – Lisa DeLeeuw, and Cabral Racing Promotions.

Be sure to check out the DY Racing website at https://dyracing.wordpress.com and like the DY Racing facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/dyracing.

By: Ashley McCubbin  / AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com.

INNISFIL, Ontario — Eric Yorke made for a memorable trip back to Sunset Speedway on Saturday night, once again parking the No. 51 Nissan in victory lane.

After winning both of his qualifying heats, Yorke was forced to start ninth for the 25-lap feature. He’d waste no time making his way forward, moving up into third by the fourth lap. He continued moving forward, up to the runner-up spot by the sixth lap. He’d remain there, right in Tyler Seaboyer’s tracks for the race lead, up until the race’s first caution on Lap 16.

The restart saw a battle for the lead between Seaboyer and Yorke, but also produced the second caution with a car going around in turn two. Yorke got a good restart to take the lead, with Seaboyer in close pursuit. The pair remained that way through the final laps, with Seaboyer back alongside Yorke for the lead with three laps to go, with the pair remaining side-by-side through the next lap. Seaboyer would get loose through turns one and two on the last lap, allowing Yorke to get the run off the corner. Yorke would then lead the final lap en route to scoring the victory.

“The car was pushing through the corner, and loose off; I couldn’t run the inside line and he kept taking it, fighting his nose in there,” Yorke said in victory lane. “He almost got me; it was a good race.”

Yorke noted the big difference between his victory on Saturday, and the 50 lap event in August was the different tire compounds.

“We were on different tires at the invitational, and this is the only second time that we’ve run on these Hoosier tires,” he commented. “It is what it is, right? Constantly switching tires and mixing set-ups, it’s hard to keep up.”

Yorke is proud to be supported by Can-Alignment Motorsports, Solex Steel, Partimer Signs, Skytec Rentals, Budget Tire, Scentsy Consultant – Lisa DeLeeuw, and Cabral Racing Promotions.

Be sure to check out the DY Racing website at https://dyracing.wordpress.com and like the DY Racing facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/dyracing.

By: Ashley McCubbin  / AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com.

INNISFIL, Ontario — Taking part in the Mini Stock 50-lap invitational at Sunset Speedway, Eric Yorke picked up the victory while Lisa DeLeeuw turned in a respectable performance in the full size grid.

Eric Yorke started off the afternoon fast, by winning his first heat with DeLeeuw placing sixth. Yorke went on to win his second qualifier, with DeLeeuw fifth.

The pair would start at opposite ends of the grid, with Yorke starting on pole while DeLeeuw was 21st. Yorke quickly took advantage of his starting position, breaking out to the early lead as he grew a sizable lead over the field, beginning to put cars a lap down quickly.

The race appeared to have a green flag look to it, as the first 37 laps went green without a single yellow flag. The next stretch was a little messy, with a couple back-to-back cautions, but both DY Racing drivers managed to stay out of trouble throughout.

On each restart, Yorke battled hard against fellow front runner Samantha Shaw, though was able to get the jump with six laps to go, cruising to the victory. DeLeeuw, meanwhile, battled hard through each of the restarts, ultimately crossing the finish line in 15th.

Yorke is proud to be supported by Can-Alignment Motorsports, Solex Steel, Partimer Signs, Skytec Rentals, Budget Tire, Scentsy Consultant – Lisa DeLeeuw, and Cabral Racing Promotions.

DeLeeuw is proud to be supported by Partimer Sign, Skytec Rentals, Solex Steel, Safeway Towing, BDS Enterprises, Can-alignment, Scentsy Independent Consultant, Jays Signs and Graphics, P&A Plastics, Higher Ground Landscaping, and Cabral Racing Promotions.

Be sure to check out the DY Racing website at https://dyracing.wordpress.com and like the DY Racing facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/dyracing.

By: Ashley McCubbin  / AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com.

HAGERSVILLE, Ontario — The strong performances continue for DY Racing in 2019, as Eric Yorke scored a top-five finish in the Mini Stock invitational at Jukasa Motor Speedway.

Yorke started off the afternoon fast, time trialing quickest with a lap of 22.522 seconds around the half-mile oval. Lisa DeLeeuw also put up a solid lap, qualifying 31st with a lap of 26.041 seconds.

The pair of teammates would run strong throughout the 35-lap feature, with Yorke keeping himself within the top-three for the whole event. Unfortunately, he would fall back a couple spots in the final six laps, crossing the finish line in fifth. DeLeeuw also put together a solid run, making up a bit of ground at times, ultimately finishing 27th.

Yorke is proud to be supported by Can-Alignment Motorsports, Solex Steel, Partimer Signs, Skytec Rentals, Budget Tire, Scentsy Consultant – Lisa DeLeeuw, and Cabral Racing Promotions.

DeLeeuw is proud to be supported by Partimer Sign, Skytec Rentals, Solex Steel, Safeway Towing, BDS Enterprises, Can-alignment, Scentsy Independent Consultant, Jays Signs and Graphics, P&A Plastics, Higher Ground Landscaping, and Cabral Racing Promotions.

Be sure to check out the DY Racing website at https://dyracing.wordpress.com and like the DY Racing facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/dyracing

By: Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com

INNISFIL, Ontario — After taking some time away from racing, Eric Yorke returned to Sunset Speedway in style – visiting victory lane on Saturday night.

The No. 51 Nissan showed that it has not lost any speed during the DY Racing’s team off, with Yorke winning one of his qualifying heats. He then quickly made his way to the front in the feature, taking the lead and cruising away from the field.

For Yorke, it marks the perfect lead-in to the big race at Jukasa Motor Speedway on July 25. Yorke and his teammate Lisa DeLeeuw tested there earlier this season, with the No. 51 topping the speed charts.

Yorke is proud to be supported by Can-Alignment Motorsports, Solex Steel, Partimer Signs, Skytec Rentals, Budget Tire, Scentsy Consultant – Lisa DeLeeuw, and Cabral Racing Promotions.

Be sure to check out the DY Racing website at https://dyracing.wordpress.com and like the DY Racing facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/dyracing

By: Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com

INNISFIL, Ontario — The long winter is over as DY Racing drivers Eric Yorke and Lisa DeLeeuw made their first starts of the 2019 campaign at Sunset Speedway.

For Yorke, he was fast right from the first green flag of the season, finishing second in his first qualifier, before winning the second heat.

Starting fourth in the feature, he would drop back in the early stages, though began to make his way back forward, moving back into fourth by Lap 4. He would then get alongside Dylan Holmes for the third spot on Lap 6, quickly making his way by. After making his way around Mike Robinson Jr. for second on Lap 14, he began to work on tracking down the race leader.

As it looked as though the gap was shrinking, the No. 51 entry shut off, causing Yorke to head down pit road on Lap 19. He was credited with a 15th-place finish.

DeLeeuw also showed potential to kick off the year, placing seventh in both of her qualifying races. Starting 13th for the 25-lap feature, she would avoid the early incident in turn one, and battled hard through the duration of the event, eventually crossing the finish line with a 13th-place finish.

Yorke is proud to be supported by Can-Alignment Motorsports, Solex Steel, Partimer Signs, Skytec Rentals, Budget Tire, Scentsy Consultant – Lisa DeLeeuw, and Cabral Racing Promotions.

DeLeeuw is proud to be supported by Partimer Sign, Skytec Rentals, Solex Steel, Safeway Towing, BDS Enterprises, Can-alignment, Scentsy Independent Consultant, Jays Signs and Graphics, P&A Plastics, Higher Ground Landscaping, and Cabral Racing Promotions.

Be sure to check out the DY Racing website at https://dyracing.wordpress.com and like the DY Racing facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/dyracing

By: Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com

Photos – Autumn Colours Classic

Posted: October 13, 2017 in Photos

Running strong in both features at Frostoberfest, Lisa DeLeeuw was able to come home with a 10th-place finish overall.

DeLeeuw missed qualifying on Saturday, forcing her to start at the back of the pack in 28th for Sunday’s first 30-lap feature. She began to make up ground from the drop of the green flag, though, missing an incident on Lap 6 along with some passes to move up to 22nd. She would then pick up three more spots to 18th by the second caution at Lap 11. Continuing to move forward, she broke into the top-15 with 13 laps to go, en route to picking up a 14th-place finish.

Starting seventh in the second feature, she moved up to fourth in the first three laps. Though with some of the faster cars making their way through the field, she dropped back to seventh over the next 10 laps. She’d battle hard, though, not losing positions, en route to an eighth-place finish.

Her pair of results averaged together, compared to the rest of the competitors, resulted in a 10th-place finish overall for the event.

DeLeeuw and DY Racing are proud to be supported by Partimer Sign, Skytec Rentals, Solex Steel, Safeway Towing, BDS Enterprises, Can-alignment, Scentsy Independent Consultant, Jays Signs and Graphics, P&A Plastics, Higher Ground Landscaping, and Cabral Racing Promotions.

Be sure to check out the DY Racing website at https://dyracing.wordpress.com and like the DY Racing facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/dyracing

By: Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com

Photos – September 23/24

Posted: September 27, 2017 in Photos