Emms started off the night by posting a pair of strong performances in his heats to set him up to start ninth in the 30-lap feature.
He would begin to make his way to the front, moving into the eighth spot by lap five. He was looking to continue his climb to the front, however contact with fellow rookie David Balch resulted in the No. 99 Modified for ADAMS Motorsports going around.
Restarting at the rear of the field, Emms looked to make up ground quickly, working his way through the field to move into the 10th spot before the second caution of the event with four laps to go for a car going around in turn four.
He would get a good solid restart, maintaining his position, to finish the event in the 10th spot.
Be sure to head over to the ADAMS Motorsports website at http://www.adammotorsports99.com to see photos from the night.
Thanks to Adams Home Comfort, Barrie Auto Flea Market, Dwinnels Family Movers, Wolseley Canada, TSS Top Shops, Duckworths Fish and Chips Orillia, Wix Filters, Klotz Canada, Heritage Heating Contractors Incorporated, Hastings Home Hardware, Whitechurch Towing, Accurate Industrial Liquid Waste Ltd, Kitchen Tire 2013, Morton Metals and Orillia Trim and Door for their continued support.
The Hoosier OSCAAR Modifieds will get a week off from competition before heading to Flamboro Speedway on May 30th.
Press Release by Ashley McCubbin