Luke Gignac Fights Back for Top-10 Finish at Autumn Colours Classic

PETERBOROUGH, Ontario — Despite an early trip down pit road during the feature, Luke Gignac came back to score a top-10 finish on Sunday at Peterborough Speedway’s Autumn Colours Classic.

Gignac started off the weekend by finishing third in his first heat, followed by a fourth in the second qualifier.

Starting seventh for the 50-lap feature, he would get sideways on the third Lap, though remained ninth through the process. The first caution would then come out on Lap 20, allowing Gignac to come down pit road and address the issues that he was facing.

Restarting from the tail of the field, he would make his way up to 14th by Lap 30, avoiding in an incident amongst the top-five to move up two spots to 12th. Restarting on the sixth row at Lap 32, he would move up to the eighth spot by Lap 40, though faded back to 12th once again over the next five laps. He kept through the final five laps of the feature, ultimately crossing the finish line in 10th.

For his efforts all season long, Luke Gignac placed fourth in the year-end points standings.

ADAMS Motorsports is proud to receive support from PBS Motors and Pumps, OTD Building Supplies, Port’s Heating and Cooling, Duckworth’s Fish and Chips Orillia, Dwinnells Family Movers, Fox’s Bakery & Deli, TSS Top Shops, and Heritage Heating Contractors.

Be sure to keep up with ADAMS Motorsports by liking their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/adamsmotorsportsmodified/?fref=ts and checking out their website at http://www.adamsmotorsports99.com.

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

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Luke Gignac Scores Top-Five Finish at Frostoberfest at Flamboro Speedway

MILGROVE, Ontario — Running competitively throughout the entire feature, Luke Gignac would pick up a top-five finish at Frostoberfest at Flamboro Speedway.

Gignac would finish eighth in his first heat, followed by a fourth in the second qualifier.

The early laps of the feature saw Gignac run just outside of the top-10, moving up into 10th by Lap 11, and was able to get up to ninth by the race’s third caution on Lap 19. Gignac continued to move forward, running seventh by the sixth caution at Lap 42. Under yellow, a fellow competitor was black-flagged, moving Gignac up to sixth. Gignac would get a good restart, allowing him to cross the finish line with a fifth-place finish.

The next race for the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds is at Peterborough Speedway at Autumn Colours Classic.

ADAMS Motorsports is proud to receive support from PBS Motors and Pumps, OTD Building Supplies, Port’s Heating and Cooling, Duckworth’s Fish and Chips Orillia, Dwinnells Family Movers, Fox’s Bakery & Deli, TSS Top Shops, and Heritage Heating Contractors.

Be sure to keep up with ADAMS Motorsports by liking their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/adamsmotorsportsmodified/?fref=ts and checking out their website at http://www.adamsmotorsports99.com.

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

Luke Gignac Suffers Mechanical Issues at Iron Man 72 at Sunset Speedway

INNISFIL, Ontario — Sometimes it is your day, and sometimes you just get dealt a bad hand. This past weekend at Sunset Speedway, ADAMS Motorsports unfortunately endured the latter in the Iron Man 72.

Luke Gignac started off the weekend well, finishing third in the first heat, followed by a sixth in the second qualifier.

Starting 14th for the first 36-lap feature on Saturday night, Gignac moved up into 12th in the early laps, battling side-by-side with Chris Milwain for the 11th spot at the halfway mark. Despite losing the spot with 16 laps left in the feature, Gignac continued to battle hard en route to a 12th-place finish.

While preparing for the second feature on Sunday, the team discovered a broken left front spindle just before the feature. The decision was then made to start and park, with Gignac hitting pit road on Lap 6. He would be credited with a 17th-place finish.

Gignac will be back in action at Flamboro Speedway on Sunday October 6, for the next round of Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modified competition. Gignac currently sits fourth in the standings, 34 points behind second.

ADAMS Motorsports is proud to receive support from PBS Motors and Pumps, OTD Building Supplies, Port’s Heating and Cooling, Duckworth’s Fish and Chips Orillia, Dwinnells Family Movers, Fox’s Bakery & Deli, TSS Top Shops, and Heritage Heating Contractors.

Be sure to keep up with ADAMS Motorsports by liking their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/adamsmotorsportsmodified/?fref=ts and checking out their website at http://www.adamsmotorsports99.com.

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin / AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com.

Luke Gignac Scores Top-10 Finish at Flamboro Speedway

MILGROVE, Ontario — Despite having to go to the back after an incident, Luke Gignac made his way back to the front for a top-10 finish on Saturday night at Flamboro Speedway.

Gignac started off the night solidly, finishing fourth and second in his pair of qualifying heats.

Starting eighth in the feature, he’d run there solidly through the opening laps, moving up into seventh on an early race restart. He’d get alongside Brad Pearsall for sixth on Lap 10, with the caution coming out a couple laps later for an incident up ahead of him.

The restart would see Gignac battle hard to try and crack the top-five, but would suffer contact with another competitor when they cut down on him, followed by a spin in turn three. As a result, Gignac was sent to the back of the field as an involved car.

Restarting 14th, he’d begin to make his way forward, running eighth as of the scheduled halfway mark. Shortly thereafter, the caution came out for an incident in turn three after fluid was laid down by a fellow competitor.  Between the delay in cleaning up the mess, along with the track’s curfew, it’d be announced under the red flag that the event would be shortened from its scheduled distance of 40 laps to 30 laps.

Restarting on the fourth row, Gignac battled hard through the final 10 laps, ultimately crossing the finish line with a seventh-place finish.

Gignac will be back in action at Sunset Speedway on Saturday September 21, for the next round of Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modified competition. Gignac currently sits fourth in the standings, 10 points behind second.

ADAMS Motorsports is proud to receive support from PBS Motors and Pumps, OTD Building Supplies, Port’s Heating and Cooling, Duckworth’s Fish and Chips Orillia, Dwinnells Family Movers, Fox’s Bakery & Deli, TSS Top Shops, and Heritage Heating Contractors.

Be sure to keep up with ADAMS Motorsports by liking their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/adamsmotorsportsmodified/?fref=ts and checking out their website at http://www.adamsmotorsports99.com.

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin / AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com.

Luke Gignac Drives to Front For Top-10 Finish at Delaware Speedway

LONDON, Ontario — Starting deep in the field, Luke Gignac made his way through the field for a top-10 finish on Saturday night at Delaware Speedway.

After finishing seventh in his lone heat, Gignac would be forced to start 13th for the 50-lap feature.

He began to make his way forward immediately, getting alongside Mike Hearty for ninth on Lap 6. He’d continue to move forward, taking over the eighth spot two laps later, ultimately working his way up to seventh by Lap 11. He’d remain there until the race’s first caution at Lap 26, avoiding contact ahead of him to move up to sixth.

Restarting on the outside of the third row, he’d move up to fifth, challenging for the fourth spot with just 11 laps to go. Ultimately, he’d be unable to get by, fading back to sixth at the checkered flag.

Gignac will be back in action at Flamboro Speedway on Saturday, August 24, for the next round of Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modified competition. Gignac currently sits fourth in the standings, 19 points behind second.

ADAMS Motorsports is proud to receive support from PBS Motors and Pumps, OTD Building Supplies, Port’s Heating and Cooling, Duckworth’s Fish and Chips Orillia, Dwinnells Family Movers, Fox’s Bakery & Deli, TSS Top Shops, and Heritage Heating Contractors.

Be sure to keep up with ADAMS Motorsports by liking their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/adamsmotorsportsmodified/?fref=ts and checking out their website at http://www.adamsmotorsports99.com.

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin / AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com.

Luke Gignac Scores Sixth-Place Finish at Peterborough Speedway

PETERBOROUGH, Ontario — Running in the top-10 all race long, Luke Gignac was able to complete the 40-lapper at Peterborough Speedway with a solid finish.

Gignac started off the afternoon by finishing second in the first heat, followed by a fourth in the second qualifier.

Starting fourth in the feature, he would drop back to fifth in the early laps, ultimately dropping back to 10th by Lap 7. He would get back up to eighth on Lap 8, and rose there solidly through the feature, avoiding a spin ahead of him with five laps to go.

Restarting seventh, he would battle hard through the final laps en route to a sixth-place finish.

Gignac will be back in action at Delaware Speedway on Saturday, August 17, for the next round of Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modified competition. Gignac currently sits fifth in the standings, 10 points behind second.

ADAMS Motorsports is proud to receive support from PBS Motors and Pumps, OTD Building Supplies, Port’s Heating and Cooling, Duckworth’s Fish and Chips Orillia, Dwinnells Family Movers, Fox’s Bakery & Deli, TSS Top Shops, and Heritage Heating Contractors.

Be sure to keep up with ADAMS Motorsports by liking their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/adamsmotorsportsmodified/?fref=ts and checking out their website at http://www.adamsmotorsports99.com.

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin / AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com.

Luke Gignac Scores Second Straight Top-Five Finish at Flamboro Speedway

HAMILTON, Ontario — The momentum carries through another week for ADAMS Motorsports, as Luke Gignac scored a top-five finish on Saturday night at Flamboro Speedway.

Gignac showed speed during qualifying, placing third and second in his pair of qualifying heats.

Starting on the outside pole for the feature, Gignac would fade back to the third spot in the opening laps. He’d remain there, battling hard, until he was passed by a couple cars on Lap 22. He would battle back, though, getting back into the fourth spot a couple laps later.

The speed would remain from there to the checkered in the 40-lap event, with Gignac crossing the finish line in fourth.  It marks his second straight top-five finish following a fifth-place finish at Sunset Speedway.

Gignac will be back in action at Peterborough Speedway on Saturday, August 3, for the next round of Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modified competition. Gignac currently sits fourth in the standings, 10 points behind second.

ADAMS Motorsports is proud to receive support from PBS Motors and Pumps, OTD Building Supplies, Port’s Heating and Cooling, Duckworth’s Fish and Chips Orillia, Dwinnells Family Movers, Fox’s Bakery & Deli, TSS Top Shops, and Heritage Heating Contractors.

Be sure to keep up with ADAMS Motorsports by liking their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/adamsmotorsportsmodified/?fref=ts and checking out their website at http://www.adamsmotorsports99.com.

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin / AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com.