By Mike Spieker
REYNOLDS, N.D. (August 8, 2017) – The Jordan Adams Racing team had another two-race weekend on tap with the Buffalo Wild Wings NOSA Sprint Cars last weekend. It all began on Friday night at River Cities Speedway before the NOSA tour headed west to Devils Lake Speedway for the fourth and final time of the 2017 season.
A stout field of 27 Sprint Cars were checked in Friday night at the Bullring. Jordan picked up a second place finish in his heat to start the night. The redraw during intermission put him back in the eighth starting position for the 25-lap main event.
Jordan fell back to 10th in the opening laps of the feature, which was plagued by several cautions. The Reynolds, N.D. driver fought back, advancing into the top five by lap 10.
Once in the top five, Jordan traded the fourth position with Nick Omdahl for several consecutive circuits. Jordan eventually won the battle before advancing to third on the final lap.
“Friday was another good run for our Home of Economy / Amity Technology team. The race was very aggressive and there was quite a bit of carnage, but we managed to stay out of that for the most part minus some front wing damage,” Adams said. “It feels good to be getting some better results as we are starting to wind down the season.”
On Saturday, Adams collected his 11th top 10 finish of the season at Devils Lake Speedway.
“We capped off the weekend with a decent run in Devils Lake,” Jordan continued. “I have struggled there in the past, but I feel like we made some improvements and came away with a seventh place finish. We still have room to improve, but I feel like we made leaps and bounds from last time we were there.”
The J.A.R team will be taking the weekend off this coming weekend. They will be back in action the following Friday night with the World of Outlaws at River Cities Speedway.
Top Fives: 4
Top Tens: 11
Heat Wins: 3
The Jordan Adams Racing team would like to thank all of their partners for their continued support!
Aflac - Mallory Britton
American Crystal Sugar
Home of Economy
Larry Kuster Trucking
Reynold’s United Coop
Tony Anderson Construction
University of Minnesota Crookston