REYNOLDS, ND-June 29th, 2015
The Jordan Adams Racing team was off until Sunday night this past weekend. The team traveled to Minot, North Dakota to take on Nodak Speedway. 20 cars were checked in for battle with Jordan lined up to start 9th in his heat race. Jordan would work his way to 7th before sliding off the cushion with 3 to go on a very dry track. Restarting 10th, Jordan fought back to finish 5th. This lined the #20A car to start 8th in the feature. The track took rubber early and was hard to pass on. Jordan narrowly avoided a car that spun in front of him halfway through the race. Restarting 5th, Jordan would advance one position and finish 4th for another top 5. Jordan commented, "It was fun to be back at Nodak Speedway. The tracks fast and wide and usually presents a few lines to race on."
The team is getting ready for a busy holiday weekend as they have a doubleheader. Friday, the team will be in Grand Forks back at River Cities Speedway. Saturday, Jordan will look to repeat at Greenbush Race Park where he picked up his first career feature win last year.
REYNOLDS, ND-June 22nd, 2015
The Adams Racing team has had a couple busy weeks. June 12th, the team was in Grand Forks, ND taking on River Cities Speedway. Jordan would start 7th in his heat race and cross the checkers in 4th transferring him into the feature. This lined Jordan up 14th in the A main. Jordan would slowly maneuver his way through the field and bring it home 10th for another top ten on a tough track to pass on.
The team then took to Granite City Speedway in Sauk Rapids, MN with the World of Outlaws. After a rainout on Tuesday night, the race was rescheduled for Wednesday. Jordan would qualify 21st out of 27 cars. He started and finished 7th in his heat race, missing the transfer by one spot. This lined Jordan up to start 1st in the b main. Once the green flag dropped, Jordan never looked back and won it. This moved him into the feature starting 20th. Jordan fought hard with the best in the business and finished 17th.
On Friday, the team was defending their home turf against the World of Outlaws once again. Jordan would qualify 14th out of 16 in his group. Jordan started 7th in his heat and finished 6th, again missing the transfer by one spot. Jordan started the b main 7th and finished 6th, ending his night short.
Saturday, the crew headed to Devils Lake Speedway to get back into NOSA action. Jordan would start 2nd in his heat and finish 2nd. After starting 9th in the feature, Jordan scrapped hard and fought for a well earned 5th place finish.
Sunday, the team headed to Minot, but unfortunately mother nature won before the heat races were scheduled.
REYNOLDS, ND-June 9th, 2015
The Jordan Adams Racing team took to the track at River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, ND this past Friday night. 32 outlaw sprint cars were checked in for battle at the bullring. Jordan would start 5th in his heat race and bring it home 4th transferring the 20A sprinter into the A main. Jordan would start 16th in the feature and maneuver his way up to a respectable 8th place finish to claim another top ten at the tricky bullring. Jordan commented, "All in all it was a decent night. The track was a lot more racey and provided multiple grooves for passing."
The team also made their first appearance of the year at the well known Huset's Speedway in Brandon, SD on Sunday night. There were 22 cars checked in to do battle. Jordan was scheduled to go out for qualifying 7th. However, shortly after hot laps concluded, rain began to fall. A rain delay of almost an hour nullified qualifying and set up heat races by the initial draw. This would line Jordan up starting 3rd in the first heat race. As the green flag was given by Doug Clark, Jordan slid back to the 4th position. Coming out of the first corner, Jordan reclaimed 3rd and would hang on to finish there in only his second appearance at the Huset's Speedway. This would line the Home of Economy sponsored #20A up on the inside of row five for the A main. As the green flag flew, there was a pile up in turn one that Jordan narrowly avoided. However, everything got worked out and there was no caution. Jordan lost multiple positions and found himself trying to climb back through the tough field of Huset's regulars. When the checkered flag flew, Jordan was scored 17th. "Huset's is a neat little track," said Jordan. "It's definitely one that's going to take a lot of laps to feel comfortable running. The talent here is very high. It makes it a fun challenge racing with some of the best in the world during a weekly show."
Jordan would like to extend his thanks out to his crew for keeping after it at the track and working hard to give him the best car possible.
Jordan would also like to recognize all his partners for the 2015 season as he would not be able to do any of this without them. Please go view them in the "partners" category.