REYNOLDS, ND-May 26th, 2015
The Jordan Adams Racing team had two stops on their calendar this past weekend. The first stop was on Friday at River Cities Speedway. 29 sprint cars were checked in for battle at the bullring. Jordan was scheduled to start 5th in his heat race. When things were all said and done, Jordan finished 2nd advancing him into the feature. This lined the Home of Economy 20A up on the outside of row 3. When the green flag flew, Jordan began to slide backwards slowly. At one point, the 19 year old Reynolds driver slipped back to the 10th position. As the race went on, Jordan fought back and salvaged a 6th place finish on a track that took rubber.
The team then took to Buffalo River Race Park in Glyndon, MN on Sunday. 27 cars were checked in and ready to do battle on the narrow track. Jordan drew a 79 which would line him up to start on the inside of row 3. By lap 2, Jordan claimed the lead coming off of turn 2 and led until lap 7. Wade Nygaard, the feature winner on the night, passed Jordan on the outside with three to go. This led to lining the 20A up outside row 3 for the feature event. Jordan worked his way to 4th place before avoiding a wreck that took out the 2nd and 3rd place contenders. This lined Jordan up 2nd for the restart. However, Jordan could not make a move around the leader 6n of Nikitenko. As laps went on, Jordan began to fade and slipped back to 5th place where he would end up finishing for his second top 5 of the young season.
"This weekend was pretty solid overall," said Jordan. "We had a fast car both Friday and Sunday, we were just a little off of where we needed to be. I think we had a better car then what our final result was for Sunday, but we had a fuel filter problem that costed us some speed in the final ten laps. We will regroup this week and be ready for the double header next weekend."
Jordan would like to thank all his partners for the 2015 season. Check them out under the "Partners" category.