The first heat did not start out well for Gignac, as he would go for a spin on the second lap. He then had a competitor come across his nose four laps later, resulting in slight damage to the fender of the No. 99 Modified. Despite these incidents, Gignac crossed the finish line with a fifth-place finish.
He then came out for the second round of qualifying, running up front throughout the 10-lap affair en route to finishing second.
Unfortunately, wet weather on Sunday did not allow for the 40-lap feature to be run. As a result, drivers in attendance will be awarded their heat points, as well as 50 show-up points.
Gignac will be back in action at Jukasa Motor Speedway on June 1.
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