REYNOLDS, ND-May 4th, 2015
The Adams Racing team had different expectations heading into the season opener at River Cities Speedway on Friday. However, the night started out rough drawing a 176 lining the 20A Home of Economy 410 sprint up in the fourth row of the heat race. Before the first lap was completed, Jordan was competing for the 4th spot. A car spun out in front of him and he simply had no where to go. Jordan commented, "It was a really unfortunate way to start our season. For how the track was, the car felt really good." This moved the 20A to the b main advancing the top six into the feature. Jordan started 9th and maneuvered his way to a 4th place finish with no brakes. Jordan said, "That was a handful. I kept telling myself i just needed to keep hanging on for a couple more laps." The team made adjustments and started the feature from the 22nd position. The red flag flew a few laps in, and Jordan was scored In the 15th position on a dry track that eventually took rubber. As the race progressed, Jordan fought up to the 9th position to clinch his first top ten of the season. Asking Jordan about what he thought on the finish he commented,"Given the circumstances, it feels pretty good to walk away with a top ten finish. I was extremely happy with my crew. They worked their tails off to get the car ready for the b main. We will repair this week and throw it all back on the line next week."
Jordan would like to thank all his partners for the 2015 season. Please go view his partners in the "Partners" category.