Emms started off the night solidly, finishing fourth and seventh in his qualifying heats to start the feature in the 10th position. The start of the race didn’t go as he would’ve hoped, dropping back to the 12th position by the first caution at lap five. He would pick it right back up, though, moving into 10th by the second caution at lap 13.
The racing after the restart would get chaotic, would trouble happening in front of Emms at lap 16. he would avoid the spinning car of Dan Price, keeping all four fenders clean on his No. 99 Adams Motorsports Modified to run in the 11th position. Emms kept battling, making his way into the top-10 after the restart and battled Tommy Robb for eighth at lap 19. He would clear him to grab the position just before the caution flew for a pair of cars getting tangled up in turn one.
The final restart didn’t go as he wanted, though, as battling a loose racecar, he fell back to the 11th spot before the checkered flag fell.
Be sure to head over to the ADAMS Motorsports website athttp://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 return to competition this coming weekend on June 13 with a trip to Full Throttle Motor Speedway for the Rick Woolner Memorial. Details about the event can be found via http://www.oscaar.ca and http://www.fullthrottlemotorspeedway.ca.
Press Release by Ashley McCubbin