REYNOLDS, ND-May 17th, 2015
The Jordan Adams Racing team was back in action on Friday, May 15th at the bullring in Grand Forks, North Dakota. After a week of soggy conditions, it didn't look like there was going to be any racing Friday at River Cities Speedway. However, mother nature turned her ways around just in time for the track crew to get the pits and track in shape for racing. Thirty two sprint cars were checked in for battle. The 20A was scheduled to line up outside row two in a nine car heat race. After battling with a tight race car, Jordan came home in 5th place advancing to the feature. Jordan started 17th in the feature and maneuvered his was through the ruts and traffic to come home 5th securing his first top five of 2015. Jordan commented, "It was a rough but fun track. Our car was really good from the beginning, but I took it easy fearing there would be a few wrecks with the track conditions in the opening laps. Hopefully we can start improving in the heat races so we don't have to keep climbing through the field in the feature. Overall it was a good weekend and I'm looking forward to a two race weekend next weekend."
Jordan would also like to give props to the RCS track crew for holding out and getting the pits and track ready to race after the long week of rain.
Next up on the schedule is River Cities Speedway on Friday, May 22nd followed by the first out of town Northern Outlaw Sprint Association race at Buffalo River Race Park in Glyndon, Minnesota on Sunday, May 24th.