Since opening in 1978 in Barrie (96 Victoria Street), Fox’s Bakery & Deli has become known for their wide delicious of baked goods and deserts, ranging from breads, buns, pies, dessert cakes and cookies. They also carry some widely known convenience items, ranging from Woods honey to Kawartha Diary Ice Cream. Steve Fox, the owner, has been a longtime support of racing, supporting a wide variety of drivers through the years. Fans can learn more about the company by visiting their website at http://www.foxsbakery.com/.
The fifth season for ADAMS Motorsports was met with success. 2017 OSCAAR Modiifed Champion Luke Gignac was able to score five top-five and eight top-10 feature finishes, while placing in the top-10 in the year-end standings despite missing some races due to a injury.
Gignac will be back behind the wheel for the fourth straight year in 2019, focused on the chasing the championship once again.
With the days counting down to the season opener, ADAMS Motorsports is focused on making the 2019 season as successful as possible, putting in the work during the off-season right now. The season will kick off at Sunset Speedway in May.
Fox’s Bakery & Deli joins previously announced sponsors TSS Top Shops, Port’s Heating and Cooling, Duckworth’s Fish and Chips Orillia, Dwinnells Family Movers, and Heritage Heating Contractors on-board the No. 99 Modified.
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