A.J. Emms Scores Seventh Consecutive Podium Result at Flamboro Speedway

MILLGROVE, Ontario — The consistency and speed carried to another track for Emms Racing, as evident by another podium finish this past weekend at Flamboro Speedway.

Notably, the strong result comes in A.J. Emms’ 73rd OSCAAR Modified career start, tying the series record for most career events.

“(A) wild night at Flamboro Speedway,” Emms commented. “Just a lot of racecars that were there really changed the layout of our night, cancelling one heat race. That changed some of our plans in terms of racing for the night. We were able to have a solid run in our first heat race. We were happy with how the car’s handling was all night. We knew with the starting position that we had, starting fifth, that we had the desirable inside line which really supported us in getting up to the third-place position near the start of the race. From there, we just kind of held tight and rode around. Just with Flamboro Speedway, it’s a tough place to pass at and being in third was a good position so we stayed there.

“We were up front battling with some fast racecars and some strong motors, and I would say I’m really happy with how the balance of our racecar was. Unfortunately, we had that big wreck going in turn four, and obviously that ended our race. I was happy everybody was okay, and safe, especially with a fan getting hit – not something you ever want to see at a race track and hopefully we won’t see it again for a very long time. I defiantly want to wish that fan a speedy recovery. I look forward to getting back to Flamboro for Frostoberfest.”

Emms was fast from the beginning of the night, scoring a third-place finish in his lone qualifying heat to set him up for a fifth-place starting spot in the feature. He would make his way forward quickly, running third with just six laps on the board.

Through the middle of the portion of the event, he would stay in contact with the top-two drivers, ready to make his move. The opportunities would be slim, as the leaders weaved their way through lap traffic. As they cleared the traffic with 10 laps to go, an incident in turn four would see the race called early. Emms was credited with a third-place finish.

“The 35 car (Andy Kamrath) and the 18 car (Jason Keen) were both really quick, so it’s hard to say what would’ve shaken out,” Emms shared. “With us passing lap cars, it also adds a whole other layer of uncertainty on to the list. I’m not really sure what would’ve happened. I do know that we had a fast racecar and I was really happy with that. Definitely thankful to finish third. It would’ve been great to have those last 10 laps, but to say the outcome would’ve been different is a tough call.”

Through eight races this season, Emms has scored five heat wins and seven feature podium finishes. When asked to grade the season, he says it’d be a B or B+, but admits it’s tough to do so.

“Again, I’m really thankful with the effort our team has put forth this year with all the podium finishes and consistency is really important, but at the end of the day, we want to win races and we want to get back to victory lane,” he explained. “So I think my grading would improve if we were able to get to victory lane, but with that being said, I’m proud of the effort we’ve put forward each and every week. I’m proud of some of the gains that we’ve been able to make in the shop throughout the week and offseason.”

The next race for the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds presented by Just Foam It is scheduled for Sunset Speedway on September 17 and 18. He has had success at the Innisfil, Ontario oval previously, having scored a pair of victories and pair of runner-ups in his last seven appearances.

“I’m excited to get back to Sunset,” he said. “The race track is close to home for us. We’ve had some success there in the past. It would be great to win at Fall Velocity, and again, just hope to keep the car in one piece and hope for another solid run. We’ve been really fortunate with a lot of top-three finishes this year and hopefully we can continue with that momentum and get a win.”

Emms Racing is proud to be supported by BAE Environmental, Bromley Automotive, TL Tire, FMR Scrap Buyers & Recyclers, Speedy Glass Orillia, Klotz Canada, Creecher’s Designs, TSS Top Shops, Peter Built Racecars, and Short Track Musings for the 2022 campaign.

Fans are encouraged to stay tuned to the Emms Racing website at http://www.ajemms.com, as well as the team’s facebook page via https://www.facebook.com/ajemmsracing/.

By: Ashley McCubbin / AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com.

A.J. Emms Sweeps Heat Races, Scores Sixth Consecutive Podium Finish at Peterborough

PETERBOROUGH, Ontario — Running up front is the norm it seems for Emms Racing, as evident by another strong showing at Peterborough Speedway this past weekend.

“It was a great start to the night,” A.J. Emms said. “The car worked great right out of the trailer. We had a lot of speed, (and) winning both of our heat races was great, and then finishing third in the feature was a solid run for us. It’s great to see that the car has speed.

“Now it’s just executing and making sure we put ourselves in a good position so hopefully the cards fall our way and we can capitalize. Hopefully that will happen sooner than later and we’ll keep chipping away.”

Emms started off the night showing speed from the drop of the initial green flag, leading all 10 laps in the opening heat off the pole. He then started at the back for his second qualifier, carving his way through the field to pick up another checkered flag.

Starting sixth for the 40-lap feature, he would move up to fourth in the opening 10 laps before the first yellow flag at Lap 11. Restarting on the second row, he would look to continue making up ground, taking over third with 16 laps on the board. He would try to reel the top-two in through the second half of the feature, finding himself close to second in the closing laps, but unable to find a way by as he crossed the finish line in third.

When asked what it’s going to take to turn the six straight podiums into a trip to victory lane, Emms says it’s about continuing to show speed each week and hope luck is on their side.

“Both the 34 (TJ Edwards) and 35 (Andy Kamrath) car are very quick,” he added. “They have a different package than us, and that’s paying off throughout races. But like I said, hopefully the cards can fall our way and we can get this thing into victory lane in a couple weeks.”

The next race for the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds presented by Just Foam It will take place at Sauble Speedway on Saturday, August 20. In each of four previous appearances at the beach, he has scored a top-five finish, including a trip to victory lane in 2017 and second in June.

“Sauble hasn’t been one of my favourite race tracks, but we’ve had some success there recently so I am exciting to get back to Sauble Speedway,” he commented. “With a strong run the last time we were there starting near the rear of the field and making our way through, I was really proud of our team’s effort that week and I’m hoping we can carry some of that momentum and the momentum we’ve had to go out and win that feature.”

With his upcoming 73rd career start at Sauble Speedway with the series, he will tie the record for most career starts in OSCAAR Modified competition.

“I mean, I’ve raced for a long time and been able to very fortunate with the sponsorship in having BAE Environmental with me all the way through,” he commented. “Just having great opportunities to be in a racecar and the funding available, so very thankful to have the opportunity to have competed in that amount of events and continuing to learn and get better. So hopefully we can have a win – hopefully I can put it in victory lane for that.”

Emms Racing is proud to be supported by BAE Environmental, Bromley Automotive, TL Tire, FMR Scrap Buyers & Recyclers, Speedy Glass Orillia, Klotz Canada, Creecher’s Designs, TSS Top Shops, Peter Built Racecars, and Short Track Musings for the 2022 campaign.

Fans are encouraged to stay tuned to the Emms Racing website at http://www.ajemms.com, as well as the team’s facebook page via https://www.facebook.com/ajemmsracing/.

Press Release by: Ashley McCubbin

A.J. Emms Scores Heat Victory, Fifth Straight Podium at Sunset Speedway

INNISFIL, Ontario — The speed continues to be there on a weekly basis in the No. 14 Modified, as evident by a fifth consecutive podium for Emms Racing on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.

“Very solid night for the whole crew,” A.J. Emms said afterwards. “It was really good to have a strong outing with no damage. Our OSCAAR Modified was really fast. I got to really thank Peter Schotanus for his help, helping us get to the race track and go fast. But overall, it’s a solid night for us. It’s great to lead some laps. Unfortunately, we couldn’t pull it off, but we were really happy to have the solid run that we had.”

Emms began the night on a great note, leading flag-to-flag in his first heat en route to picking up the checkered flag. The invert for the second qualifier saw him start deep in the field, with him trying to work his way forward; despite getting trapped up high for a bit, he was able to score a fourth.

Starting fourth for the 40-lap feature, he wasted no time in moving forward, grabbing the second spot on the first lap. He was not done, putting the No. 14 Modified out front of the field on Lap 4. He would lead the next 13 laps, before being tracked down and passed by the eventual feature winner.

Through the second half of the event, he was able to stay within striking distance of the lead, though unable to make a move, ultimately crossing the finish line in second.

“We are really hungry to get back there and we hope that it happens in the near future,” he added. “But if we keep knocking at the door like this, it’s bound to happen. We are hoping the consistency continues and our hard work is definitely paying off.”

The next race of the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds presented by Just Foam it is at Peterborough Speedway on Saturday, July 30. Emms knows what it takes to be successful at Peterborough, scoring his first career victory in the Autumn Colours Classic in 2016 there. Notably, he has no finishes worse than seventh in his last nine appearances there, with seven top-five’s.

“Peterborough Speedway is a fun race track,” he said. “I enjoy going there. It’s a fun race track to drive, really fast race track. I like how the two-ends are very different. I like it’s an old speedway with a lot of character and history, and Peter Schotanus has had a lot of success there in the past so I always enjoy going back there and hearing old stories. I’m excited to get back there and hopefully we’ll have a good outing there like we had here.”

Emms Racing is proud to be supported by BAE Environmental, Bromley Automotive, TL Tire, FMR Scrap Buyers & Recyclers, Speedy Glass Orillia, Klotz Canada, Creecher’s Designs, TSS Top Shops, Peter Built Racecars, and Short Track Musings for the 2022 campaign.

Fans are encouraged to stay tuned to the Emms Racing website at http://www.ajemms.com, as well as the team’s facebook page via https://www.facebook.com/ajemmsracing/.

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin

A.J. Emms Scores Pair of Podiums at Delaware Speedway

LONDON, Ontario — Running up front both days this past weekend, A.J. Emms picked up a pair of podium finishes.

“Overall, it was a good weekend for us,” he commented. “We had two really good runs and it was nice to come out of there with some good momentum. Delaware Speedway officials did a good job all weekend putting on a good show. With all the carnage that happened, it was nice to keep the car clean and be able to focus on our maintenance moving forward.”

The first day of the double-header, Friday, started off with Emms starting at the back of his qualifying heat, making his way forward for an eighth-place finish.

Starting 15th for the 40-lap feature, Emms would escape the wreck on the opening lap, moving him up to the sixth spot. He would utilize the restart to move up a spot to fifth, jumping up to third following a caution a couple laps later. He would work at tracking down the top-two drivers, though unable to en route to a third-place finish.

He would start off the second-day of the double header on Saturday stronger, with a runner-up in his qualifier, setting him to start fifth for the feature.

Emms would move up to fourth by the caution at Lap 2, utilizing the restart to take the runner-up spot.  He would try to close the gap to the leader through the remainder of the feature, though unable to, ultimately scoring a runner-up finish.

The pair of finishes continue to add to the team’s strength at Delaware with a podium in each of his last six appearances, despite the repave done this past winter.

“I think it turned out good,” Emms said of the repave. “I know across the divisions, there were some tire issues some people had, but you’re going to get that with any new repave. But I feel they did a good job in that now you have an outside groove to run in some, and I look forward to going back there.”

With the pair of podiums this past weekend, Emms has now scored four podiums in a row, placing in third in the season standings.

“Like I was just saying, the momentum is always a good thing as now we can focus on not having to repair things but maintenance,” he said. “Obviously, we want to not just run good but get to victory lane, and that’s what we’re going to work towards these next races.”

Emms Racing is proud to be supported by BAE Environmental, Bromley Automotive, TL Tire, FMR Scrap Buyers & Recyclers, Speedy Glass Orillia, Klotz Canada, Creecher’s Designs, TSS Top Shops, Peter Built Racecars, and Short Track Musings for the 2022 campaign.

Fans are encouraged to stay tuned to the Emms Racing website at http://www.ajemms.com, as well as the team’s facebook page via https://www.facebook.com/ajemmsracing/.

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin

A.J. Emms Scores Heat Victory, Runner-Up at Sunset Speedway

INNISFIL, Ontario — After a rocky start to the 2022 campaign, the momentum is rolling on Emms Racing’s side as A.J. Emms picked up his second straight runner-up finish on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.

“Overall, a solid night for us especially since the first night at Sunset Speedway was a major bust for us,” he commented. “It was nice to finish all the laps. It was nice to run up at the front and lead some laps this evening. The race might have played out differently if we didn’t get that caution at the halfway mark, but that’s just not how it worked out this evening and we’re happy with a second-place finish.”

Emms started off the night solidly by posting a third-place finish in the first heat. He then lined up fourth in the second qualifier, making his way to the lead at the halfway mark to pick up the victory.

Starting on pole for the 40-lap feature, Emms broke out to an early advantage ahead of the field, building up a healthy lead. Though he would be brought right back to everyone when the caution came out at the halfway for an incident.

Restarting on the front row, he would battle for the top spot over the next four laps, ultimately slotting into the second spot. He would try to run the leader back down in the closing laps, coming up short with a runner-up finish.

With the up and down results at Sunset – a pair of victories alongside a pair of finishes outside the top-10 in the last six races, Emms admits it’s a definitely a confidence boost when it comes to the Innisfil oval.

“We have had some feature wins here which has been great, but it’s been a bit of a roller coaster at Sunset,” he commented. “So moving forward, we’re excited to carry this momentum into the end of the year and hope we can get a win here soon.”

Emms Racing is proud to be supported by BAE Environmental, Bromley Automotive, TL Tire, FMR Scrap Buyers & Recyclers, Speedy Glass Orillia, Klotz Canada, Creecher’s Designs, TSS Top Shops, Peter Built Racecars, and Short Track Musings for the 2022 campaign.

Fans are encouraged to stay tuned to the Emms Racing website at http://www.ajemms.com, as well as the team’s facebook page via https://www.facebook.com/ajemmsracing/.

By: Ashley McCubbin / AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com

A.J. Emms Rebounds for Runner-Up Finish at Sauble Speedway

SAUBLE BEACH, Ontario — After going for a spin in qualifying, A.J. Emms turned a deep in the field starting spot into a runner-up finish on Saturday night at Sauble Speedway.

“A bit of a roller coaster of an evening,” he commented. “It was great to see so many OSCAAR Hot Rods as well as OSCAAR Modifieds out. They’ve done a nice job with the facility in getting it all cleaned up. In terms of driving style, Sauble has traditionally hasn’t been a track that has been my favourite, although a beautiful facility – although we’ve had some success there. We were able to battle through some adversity in the heat races and just some racing situations in terms of where track went and how things fell which put us in a poor position to start the feature.

“I was really proud of our team for putting together a racecar that was able to make it way through the field and everything in the feature fell our way and we were able to make it up to a second-place run which we felt was solid given our deep starting position. Overall, a solid weekend for us especially after a disastrous opening night at Sunset Speedway. It’s great to rebound at Sauble with a strong finish and we’re looking forward to next week.”

Emms started off the night making his way forward in the second half of the first heat for a fourth-place finish. The second qualifier began well as he looked to challenge for the lead in the final laps, though contact resulted in a spin and placing seventh.

As a result, he would start near the back end of the field, though quickly began to make his way forward, taking the eighth spot with just seven laps on the board. He’d remain there until the first yellow flag at Lap 10, though utilized the restart to his advantage to battle for sixth.

Emms continued his climb, cracking the top-five on Lap 14, getting the fourth spot just five laps later. He was not done there, taking over the third spot on Lap 23. The race was not over there yet, with a late-race caution with 10 laps to go.

He quickly made the move on the restart to take over the runner-up spot. He would look to track down the leader for the top spot, though unable to do so, ultimately crossing the finish line in second.

The podium finish allows him to move up three spots in the standings, currently ranked seventh though just four points out of second.

“It definitely adds to the confidence,” he commented. “We definitely still have some work to do as there’s some incredibly fast racecars out there, and we know that there are a lot of cars that are able to hit it, meaning have a lot of speed. We know we have to continue to improve and we have to continue to work, but it’s great to see some of the work that we did in the off-season pay off with the car having the capability to drive where I wanted it. That was great.

“In terms of rolling the outside and inside, that’s going to be really important at Sunset Speedway as I find that’s a track similar to Sauble where the field is stacked up incredibly close, so that will be important coming into this weekend. Hopefully we do the similar thing in making our way around cars because we know with how our ordering in terms of the feature and heat races, that it’s going to be important to be able to pass cars. It’s great we have some speed because the competition is so tough, and hopefully we can keep the ball rolling.”

The next race on the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds presented by Just Foam It schedule is set for June 25 at Sunset Speedway. He has had success at Sunset Speedway previously, having scored a pair of victories in his five appearances at the Innisfil, Ontario oval.

“To be honest, it’s going to similar to Sauble where just like always we have to minimize mistakes and see where we end up in terms of speed this weekend,” he said. “Hopefully we’re able to cross our Ts and dot our Is this week in the shop, and that will hopefully put us in the ball park on Saturday evening. Sunset Speedway is one of those places where I just need to stay out of trouble, and go back to what I know, and make sure that we complete all the laps.

“Realistically, for me, it’s wide open in terms of Sunset. Like you highlighted, we’ve had some success there, but we’ve also had some misfortunes. Hopefully the racing Gods are on our side and things will prevail.”

A strong run would certainly be beneficial for Emms and the team right now, in knowing they’re in the middle of a stretch with four races across three weekends. Right after this coming weekend at Sunset, they will make the trip to Delaware Speedway for a double header on July 1 and July 2.

“It’s really disappointing the way they’ve structured our schedule with so many race weekends in a row, and then so many off-weekends back-to-back,” he admitted. “It makes it difficult on the teams financially to run that many races in a row and travel time, and just because we’re a traveling series and ordering parts, etc. It’s going to be really important to stay out of trouble, especially with COVID – getting parts is a stretch at times.

“It’s also important for us to go week-by-week and we just focus on what’s on hand, but have that preparation in that back of the mind that we have to go race the following week. Like I said, it’s unfortunate our schedule is laid out like that, but at the same time, it is manageable and doable so we’ll just do the best we can in keeping momentum, having solid finishes, learning each and every week, and continuing to better our program.”

Emms Racing is proud to be supported by BAE Environmental, Bromley Automotive, TL Tire, FMR Scrap Buyers & Recyclers, Speedy Glass Orillia, Klotz Canada, Creecher’s Designs, TSS Top Shops, Peter Built Racecars, and Short Track Musings for the 2022 campaign.

Fans are encouraged to stay tuned to the Emms Racing website at http://www.ajemms.com, as well as the team’s facebook page via https://www.facebook.com/ajemmsracing/.

By: Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com

A.J. Emms Scores Heat Victory to open OSCAAR Season at Sunset Speedway

INNISFIL, Ontario — Despite starting off Spring Velocity strong at Sunset Speedway, it unfortunately did not end as A.J. Emms would have hoped.

Emms started off the weekend by parking the No. 14 Modified in victory lane in his first heat, following a race-long battle. He then battled hard in the second qualifier en route to a fourth-place finish.

Starting fifth for the 40-lap feature, he immediately began to make his way forward on the opening lap with a pair of passes through the first couple corners. Unfortunately, coming off of turn four, he would get a little sideways, going around for the spin before making contact with the frontstretch wall.

It’d ultimately end his race on the first lap, resulting in being credited with a 16th-place finish.

Despite the race not going to plan, he is currently scored 10th in the season standings as a result of the strong qualifying performance.

The next race on the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds presented by Just Foam It schedule is set for June 18 at Sauble Speedway. In each of three previous appearances at the beach, he has scored a top-five finish, including a trip to victory lane in 2017.

Emms Racing is proud to be supported by BAE Environmental, Bromley Automotive, TL Tire, FMR Scrap Buyers & Recyclers, Speedy Glass Orillia, Klotz Canada, Creecher’s Designs, TSS Top Shops, Peter Built Racecars, and Short Track Musings for the 2022 campaign.

Fans are encouraged to stay tuned to the Emms Racing website at http://www.ajemms.com, as well as the team’s facebook page via https://www.facebook.com/ajemmsracing/.

By: Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com

A.J. Emms Scores Heat Victory, Podium Finish at Autumn Colours Classic

PETERBOROUGH, Ontario — Battling up front all weekend long, A.J. Emms was able to end off his 2021 Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds presented by Just Foam It season on a high note.

Emms started off the weekend on a high, scoring the victory in the opening heat. He then backed it up with a seventh in the second qualifier.

Starting fifth for the feature, a three-wide move on the second lap would allow him to move up to the runner-up position. He was able to remain there through the next 20 laps, before fading back to fourth following the third restart. He would keep in touch with the car ahead of him, though, making a move with a couple laps to go to cross the finish line with a third-place feature finish.

Despite an overall up and down season, the team was able to complete the season with a solid fourth-place finish in the year-end standings.

Emms Racing is proud to be supported by BAE Environmental, FMR Scrap Buyers and Recyclers, TL Tire, Klotz Canada, Speedy Glass Orillia, Mike Westwood Fabrications, Peter Built Racecars and Short Track Musings.

Fans are encouraged to stay tuned to the Emms Racing website at http://www.ajemms.com, as well as the team’s facebook page via https://www.facebook.com/ajemmsracing/.

By: Ashley McCubbin / AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com.

A.J. Emms Scores Second Straight Top-10 Finish at Flamboro Speedway

MILLGROVE, Ontario — Despite falling back in the early stages of the feature, A.J. Emms made his way forward to score a top-10 finish at Flamboro Speedway’s Frostoberfest.

He scored a runner-up in his lone qualifying heat, setting him up to start sixth for the 40-lap feature. He would get stuck in the high line off the drop of the green flag, unable to get down, fading back to 12th in the opening five laps.

He would avoid an incident ahead of him on Lap 14 to move up to 11th, breaking into the top-10 just before the halfway mark of the feature. Despite being challenging to pass being a single-groove track, he was able to make a couple more passes, scoring an eighth-place finish.

The finish allowed Emms remain third in the standings, five points out of the runner-up spot heading into the final race.

The next event for the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds presented by Just Foam it is scheduled for Peterborough Speedway on Sunday, October 10. Qualifying will take place on Friday, October 8, and Saturday, October 9. Emms know what it takes to be successful at Peterborough, scoring his first career victory in the Autumn Colours Classic in 2016 there. Notably, he has no finishes worse than seventh in his last eight appearances there, with six top-five’s.

Emms Racing is proud to be supported by BAE Environmental, FMR Scrap Buyers and Recyclers, TL Tire, Klotz Canada, Speedy Glass Orillia, Mike Westwood Fabrications, Peter Built Racecars and Short Track Musings.

Fans are encouraged to stay tuned to the Emms Racing website at http://www.ajemms.com, as well as the team’s facebook page via https://www.facebook.com/ajemmsracing/.

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin / AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com

A.J. Emms Ready for Rebound at Delaware Speedway

INNISFIL, Ontario — After a rough outing at Sunset Speedway, the Emms Racing team is ready to turn things around this coming weekend at Delaware Speedway.

Emms started off the weekend at Sunset Speedway scoring a runner-up in the first heat, followed by a third in the second qualifier.

Starting seventh for the feature, Emms would make contact with a fellow driver on the opening lap of the event. Restarting from the back, he was unable to make the progress forward with the resulting damage, crossing the finish line in 20th.

As a result, Emms drops to fourth in the standings, 15 points out of the lead with three races remaining on the schedule.

The next event for the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds presented by Just Foam It is at Delaware Speedway on Saturday, September 25. Emms knows his way around the half-mile, scoring a third and a win in his last two appearances.

“I am really looking forward to Delaware,” he said. “Delaware has always been a good track for us that we’ve had some success at. Looking forward to redeeming ourselves, and having a good run.”

When asked as to what has been the secret to his success there, it’s a combination of a good handling car and the driver behind the wheel.

“I’ve always ran well there,” he commented. “I’ve always been fortunate to have really good handling cars there, even dating back to my days with ADAMS Motorsports. But I also think there’s things that you can do behind the wheel as a driver to manipulate the car to do what you want it to do.”

Emms Racing is proud to be supported by BAE Environmental, FMR Scrap Buyers and Recyclers, TL Tire, Klotz Canada, Speedy Glass Orillia, Mike Westwood Fabrications, Peter Built Racecars and Short Track Musings.

Fans are encouraged to stay tuned to the Emms Racing website at http://www.ajemms.com, as well as the team’s facebook page via https://www.facebook.com/ajemmsracing/ for details as they’re released.

By: Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing – ashleymccubbin17@gmail.com