INNISFIL, Ontario — Poised for a solid run on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway, Luke Gignac would see his feature end early as a result of an incident.
Gignac began the night solidly, placing seventh in his first heat, followed by a fourth in the second qualifier.
Starting 13th for the 40-lap feature, he’d break into the top-10 during the early stages of the feature, hopeful for a second top-10 of 2022. Unfortunately, significant contact with the wall on Lap 21 would see his event end with the No. 99 Modified on the tow truck.
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By: Ashley McCubbin / AM Marketing – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Categories: OSCAAR, OSCAAR modifieds, Press Release, Sunset Speedway
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