REYNOLDS, ND-August 6th, 2015
The Jordan Adams Racing team had one goal going into this past Friday night. They wanted to be two positions better then the previous week when the checkered flag was waving. However, the stars did not all align and a tough night was completed.
29 cars were ready to take on the Legendary Bullring, River Cities Speedway. Jordan would start 8th in his heat race and finish 7th. Missing the transfer spot by one, Jordan would have to run the B main. Jordan started from the pole in the B main and won it lining him up 19th for the A main. At the start of the feature, Jordan worked the low side of the track and picked off a couple positions. With three laps in, Jordan was up to 15th when the caution flag flew. On the ensuing start, Jordan would try and make something happen on the top, middle, and bottom but could not get around the cars that were in front of him. Jordan brought the car home in 15th, respectively.
"It was just a tough night of racing. Its part of the sport, it's going to happen at some point or another. Our car was fast in the feature there was just nowhere to go. I've said it all year I need to start doing better in the heats to give us a chance in the feature. We've been starting around 10th to 16th and on a track like this with the competition as stiff as it is that's tough to be a contender for the win at the end of a race. We will come back this week with nothing but looking forward," Jordan commented.
Jordan would like to thank all his partners for the 2015 season. Please go view them in the "Partners" category.
Jordan would also like to thank his crew for their continued work week in and week out.
This week Jordan will be racing at River Cities Speedway on Friday night.