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ADAMS Motorsports Welcomes Port’s Heating & Cooling

The great news continues for ADAMS Motorsports as they’re proud to welcome Port’s Heating & Cooling on-board for the 2018 OSCAAR Modified season.

Located at 183 Progress Rd. in Gravenhurst, Port’s Heating and Cooling delivers Muskoka customers HVAC, gas and oil maintenance and technician services. They can be reached at either (705)644-1279 or by their website at http://portsheatingcooling.business.site/.

The fourth season for ADAMS Motorsports in OSCAAR was met with success. With sophomore driver Luke Gignac behind the wheel, the team won a pair of feature events en route to winning the OSCAAR Modified Championship. Gignac managed to score 10 feature top-10’s to go with six heat victories.

Gignac will be back behind the wheel for a third straight year in 2018, focused on chasing the title once again.

“We plan on running the whole season again and hope to continue making the team and car stronger,” Gignac said. “We are looking forward to racing at Jukasa (Motor Speedway) and also looking forward to seeing the extra teams that are coming out to the MOD class. More competitors will only make this class stronger!”

With the days counting down to the season opener, ADAMS Motorsports is focused on making the 2018 season as successful as possible, putting in the work during the off-season  right now. The year will kick off with the car being displayed at the Motorama Custom Car and Motorsports Expo in OSCAAR’s booth, before the season begins at Sunset Speedway in May.

Port’s Heating & Cooling joins previously announced PBS Motors and Pumps, Dwinnells Family Movers, Heritage Heating, Morton Metals, OTD Building Supplies, Fox’s Bakery and Deli, and TSS Top Shops as sponsors of the No. 99 Modified in 2018.

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.

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ADAMS Motorsports Welcomes Back Fox’s Bakery and Deli

Continuing to work hard towards the 2018 campaign, ADAMS Motorsports is proud to welcome back Fox’s Bakery and Deli for a third consecutive season.

Since opening in 1978 in Barrie (96 Victoria Street), the bakery 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. Fan can learn more about the company by visiting their website at  http://www.foxsbakery.com/.

The fourth season for ADAMS Motorsports in OSCAAR was met with success. With sophomore driver Luke Gignac behind the wheel, the team won a pair of feature events en route to winning the OSCAAR Modified Championship. Gignac managed to score 10 feature top-10’s to go with six heat victories.

Gignac will be back behind the wheel for a third straight year in 2018, focused on chasing the title once again.

“We plan on running the whole season again and hope to continue making the team and car stronger,” Gignac said. “We are looking forward to racing at Jukasa (Motor Speedway) and also looking forward to seeing the extra teams that are coming out to the MOD class. More competitors will only make this class stronger!”

With the days counting down to the season opener, ADAMS Motorsports is focused on making the 2018 season as successful as possible, putting in the work during the off-season  right now. The year will kick off with the car being displayed at the Motorama Custom Car and Motorsports Expo in OSCAAR’s booth, before the season begins at Sunset Speedway in May.

Fox’s Bakery and Deli joins previously announced PBS Motors and Pumps, Dwinnells Family Movers, Heritage Heating, Morton Metals, OTD Building Supplies, and TSS Top Shops as sponsors of the No. 99 Modified in 2018.

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.

Gignac, ADAMS Motorsports Recognized for Championship

On Saturday, February 3, the OSCAAR Modified teams gathered together for the series year-end banquet, which saw them recognize the champions – Luke Gignac and ADAMS Motorsports.

With six heat wins, two feature victories, and 10 top-10’s, the sophomore campaign was filled with consistency en route to Gignac being crowned the 2017 OSCAAR Modified Champion.

As part of the banquet, Gignac was brought up to the front and presented with a pair of trophies – one of which his name will be added to and features each champion through the years, while the other he will be able to hold onto forever. He was also able to give a speech to his peers in recognition of his accomplishments.

“I want to thank Allan and Diane for the great opportunity to race for them,” he said. “You have to thank all of your sponsors. I want to thank Dave and the crew as they do a great job so we get to race every weekend. Honestly, I don’t have a lot to say. I want to thank Fox’s Bakery and Top Shops – they’re not only great sponsors, but they show up at the banquet which is pretty cool. I got to thank my wife because she doesn’t just encourage me to come, she wants to come to the track every week. She encourages me to do this, and hopefully we can do it for a lot more years.”

The team has already confirmed they will be back for 2018, hoping to go back-to-back. The journey will kick off with showcasing the No. 99 Modified at the Motorama Custom Car and Motorsports Expo next month.

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. / Team Group Photo Courtesy of Cherie Gignac

2017 OSCAAR Modified Champion – Luke Gignac

Luke Gignac may have been in his sophomore year of competition, but he looked like a seasoned veteran en route to being crowned the 2017 OSCAAR Modified Champion.

“It really was a great season,” he said. “As a team, we really do get along well. We try to just race every week and let the points fall where they fall.”

From drop of the green flag to start the year, he was fast as he scored a fifth-place finish at Flamboro Speedway, before winning a heat en route to a fourth at Kawartha Speedway a couple weeks later.

Returning to Flamboro at the end of June, Gignac was once again fast and it showed throughout qualifying. The speed carried over into the main event, as he got to the front early and never looked back en route to his first career OSCAAR Modified feature victory.

Making his first trip to the beach of 2017, Gignac was fast at Sauble Speedway with a heat win and a fifth. He would show speed when he returned to Kawartha, but getting caught up in a Lap 5 incident relegated him to a ninth-place finish.

Gignac quickly rebounded when the series made their third trip to Flamboro, making a mid-race pass on Gary Elliott to score a third-place finish.

The driver of the No. 99 PBS Motors and Pumps, Fox’s Bakery and Deli, OTD Building Supplies, Dave Wiggins Custom Exhaust, Heritage Heating, Wix Filters, TSS Top Shops, Morton Metals, and Dwinnells Family Movers Modified would make another stop in the winner’s circle to kick off the month of August at Peterborough Speedway. Taking the lead on Lap 13 from Elliott, he never looked back despite fierce competition through the field for every position. The win at the Chase for the Colors event locked him to start pole for the Autumn Colours Classic in October.

“I would have to say winning the chase for the colors was right up there as one of the best moments of the season for us, knowing that we would be on the pole for the final race of the year,” Gignac said. “It really took a lot of pressure off of us.”

Gignac appeared to have the opportunity to continue the win-streak at Sauble Speedway later on that month as he ran in the top-five throughout the 30-lap feature. However, when the pair of leaders got together with five laps to go, Gignac was caught up in the crash, resulting in a 12th-place finish.

Not wanting to give up any more ground in the points standings, the ADAMS Motorsports team knew they needed to rebound quickly. Starting on pole for Sunset Speedway’s Velocity 250, Gignac ran inside the top-five for the entire event, crossing the finish line in second behind Gary McLean.

The final trip of the year to Flamboro Speedway once again saw Gignac show his familiar speed and poise, but contact with a fellow competitor with three laps to go saw him place ninth on the final running order.

The benefit of starting on pole for the Autumn Colours Classic played out perfectly for Gignac in the season finale, as he turned his great starting position into running up front all feature long inside of the top-three, crossing the finish line in third to clinch the championship. The weekend wasn’t without any nervous moments, though, as a touch panic was in the air when he could not get the car fired up prior to the feature.

“When the car wouldn’t start at Fall Colors, it was a little upsetting,” Gignac admits. “But with the help of a couple of our competitors (No. 8 Gary McLean and No. 56 Jase Cornell teams), they got the switch fixed and we made it out.”

On behalf of OSCAAR, congratulations to Luke Gignac on a very successful season. We look forward to seeing you out on-track once again in 2018.

ADAMS Motorsports Welcomes Back OTD Building Supplies

Continuing to work hard towards the 2018 campaign, ADAMS Motorsports is proud to welcome back OTD Building Supplies for a fourth consecutive season.

Since opening in 1993, Orillia Trim & Door Building Supplies has been supplying quality trim and door for people in the Orillia area. Catering to both commercial contractors and retain customers, the company consists of seven product divisions:

  • Windows, Awnings and Exterior Doors
  • Deck Boards, Railings and Wood Siding
  • Interior Doors, Trims and Mouldings
  • Paints, Stains and Specialty Coatings
  • Kitchen Cabinets and Bathroom Vanities
  • Related Hardware Items and Accessories
  • Woodworking Tools and Accessories

Find out their location, as well as more about the company by checking out the website at http://otdbuildingsupplies.com/.

The fourth season for ADAMS Motorsports in OSCAAR was met with success. With sophomore driver Luke Gignac behind the wheel, the team won a pair of feature events en route to winning the OSCAAR Modified Championship. Gignac managed to score 10 feature top-10’s to go with six heat victories.

Gignac will be back behind the wheel for a third straight year in 2018, focused on chasing the title once again.

“We plan on running the whole season again and hope to continue making the team and car stronger,” Gignac said. “We are looking forward to racing at Jukasa (Motor Speedway) and also looking forward to seeing the extra teams that are coming out to the MOD class. More competitors will only make this class stronger!”

With the days counting down to the season opener, ADAMS Motorsports is focused on making the 2018 season as successful as possible, putting in the work during the off-season  right now. The year will kick off with the car being displayed at the Motorama Custom Car and Motorsports Expo in OSCAAR’s booth, before the season begins at Sunset Speedway in May.

OTD Building Supplies joins previously announced PBS Motors and Pumps, Dwinnells Family Movers, Heritage Heating, Morton Metals, and TSS Top Shops as sponsors of the No. 99 Modified in 2018.

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.

ADAMS Motorsports Welcomes Back Morton Metals

Returning sponsors are the trend this week for ADAMS Motorsports, as they welcome back Morton Metals for the fifth consecutive season.

Morton Metals is a family owned, full line steel service centre located in Orillia Ontario. With a wide range of products in house, and the ability to source those “hard to find items”, they can easily satisfy any metal needs customers may have. Check out their website at http://www.mortonmetals.ca/.

The fourth season for ADAMS Motorsports in OSCAAR was met with success. With sophomore driver Luke Gignac behind the wheel, the team won a pair of feature events en route to winning the OSCAAR Modified Championship. Gignac managed to score 10 feature top-10’s to go with six heat victories.

Gignac will be back behind the wheel for a third straight year in 2018, focused on chasing the title once again.

“We plan on running the whole season again and hope to continue making the team and car stronger,” Gignac said. “We are looking forward to racing at Jukasa (Motor Speedway) and also looking forward to seeing the extra teams that are coming out to the MOD class. More competitors will only make this class stronger!”

With the days counting down to the season opener, ADAMS Motorsports is focused on making the 2018 season as successful as possible, putting in the work during the off-season  right now. The year will kick off with the car being displayed at the Motorama Custom Car and Motorsports Expo in OSCAAR’s booth, before the season begins at Sunset Speedway in May.

Morton Metals joins previously announced PBS Motors and Pumps, Dwinnells Family Movers, Heritage Heating, and TSS Top Shops as sponsors of the No. 99 Modified in 2018.

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.

ADAMS Motorsports Welcomes Back Heritage Heating

Continuing the sponsor announcements, ADAMS Motorsports is proud to announce that Heritage Heating will be back on board the No. 99 Modified for the fourth straight season.

Heritage Heating is all about helping you with any of your heat needs, ranging from natural gas, propane, oil, wood and air condition. Being WETT certified will also help ensure that they meet all your wood burning installation, service and inspections. Check out their website at http://heritageheatinginc.com.

The fourth season for ADAMS Motorsports in OSCAAR was met with success. With sophomore driver Luke Gignac behind the wheel, the team won a pair of feature events en route to winning the OSCAAR Modified Championship. Gignac managed to score 10 feature top-10’s to go with six heat victories.

Gignac will be back behind the wheel for a third straight year in 2018, focused on chasing the title once again.

“We plan on running the whole season again and hope to continue making the team and car stronger,” Gignac said. “We are looking forward to racing at Jukasa (Motor Speedway) and also looking forward to seeing the extra teams that are coming out to the MOD class. More competitors will only make this class stronger!”

With the days counting down to the season opener, ADAMS Motorsports is focused on making the 2018 season as successful as possible, putting in the work during the off-season  right now. The year will kick off with the car being displayed at the Motorama Custom Car and Motorsports Expo in OSCAAR’s booth, before the season begins at Sunset Speedway in May.

Heritage Heating joins previously announced PBS Motors and Pumps, Dwinnells Family Movers, and TSS Top Shops as sponsors of the No. 99 Modified in 2018.

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.