The Everett’s Auto Parts Sport Four division was the first of three races to be afforded an extra five laps to decide their champion between Crystal Murray, Tyler Duhancik, Henry LeVallee, and Jarrod Freitas. Duhancik started deep in the pack after failing to turn a lap in qualifying.
Green flag waved to start the 30-lapper, and Murray, LeVallee, and Freitas made haste towards the front from their mid pack starting points. On Lap 4, Freitas suffered mechanical issues and was forced to turn pit side, ending his hopes for the title. Before long, Murray was glued to the rear bumper of leader Matt Pion, and the two raced nose-to-tail almost the entire length of the race with LeVallee close in tow. Duhancik was working his way steadily through the field and back into the picture.
A late-race caution gave Duhancik one last chance at getting into the mix, But with Murray and Levallee in the front two rows, he would need to make ground quick.
With three laps to go, Murray fired off strong and pulled a big lead on Pion and Levallee. Duhancik drove hard to crack the top three, but it was Crystal Murray to cross the line first to take down the win, and with it, the 2022 Sport Four Championship.
Henry LeVallee crossed the line second, followed by Tyler Duhancik in third, and Justin Leduc and Matt Pion rounded out the top-five following post-race inspection.
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