By Souza Media
JENNERSTOWN, Pa. -- Justin Bonsignore's day at Jennerstown Speedway ended with a top-10 finish in the Jennerstown Salutes 150 on Saturday, May 28. Bonsignore qualified the No. 51 Phoenix Communications Inc., Kenneth Massa Motorsports, machine in 14th position for the 150-lap event, and went down one lap in the middle portion of the race.
However, following a pit stop with 50 laps to go, Bonsignore worked his way up into the top-10 and settled for an eighth-place finish, one lap down, at the end. Bonsignore was just the second car one lap down at the finish.
For the Jennerstown Salutes event, Bonsignore carried the name of Navy Petty Officer Third Class Robert Gilbertson on the roof of the No. 51, as NASCAR and JDV Productions honored fallen heroes for the special event in collaboration with Operation Vet NOW Inc.
Justin Bonsignore will return to the track at Monadnock Speedway for round six of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season on Saturday, June 18 for the Duel at the Dog 200.
For more information on Justin Bonsignore, visit JustinBonsignore.com and follow his Athlete page on Facebook for the latest updates.
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