Jordan Anderson Racing NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Trucks Race Report – Martinsville Speedway; October 30, 2020
Track: Martinsville Speedway (0.526 Mile oval)
Race: NASCAR Hall of Fame 200
Date: October 30, 2020
No. 3 U.S. LawShield/ USSF #GunVote Chevrolet Silverado – Jordan Anderson
Stage 1: 26
Stage 2: 27
Laps Completed: 199
Laps Led: 0
Jordan Anderson grabbed his second straight top-20 finish in Friday night’s NASCAR Hall of Fame 200 at Martinsville Speedway. Anderson started in the 16th position, and overcame early contact with Natalie Decker, and a pit road penalty late in the final stage to finish in the 19th position.
Stage One Recap:
Anderson started the NASCAR Hall of Fame 200 in the 16th spot after the competition-based performance metrics system once again determined the starting lineup. The system is calculated by the fastest lap and finishing position from the previous race, along with ranking in owner points standings.
When the first caution flew on Lap 14, for a multi-truck tangle that would block the track. Crew Chief Arthur Haire would make the call for the No. 3 to stay out of the track.
The second caution would fly on Lap 48 as Anderson would get into the back of the No. 44 of Natalie Decker spinning her truck across the track, and blocking the No. 3 in the process. Unable to get around Anderson would lose multiple laps to the lead trucks in the process.
The stage would go on to end under caution, and Anderson would be credited with the 26th position.
Stage Two Recap:
At the stage break, Anderson would come into the pit lane where the over the wall crew would service the U.S. Law Shield / NSSF #GunVote No. 3 for fuel, four tires and an adjustment. Anderson would rejoin the field in the 31st position.
When the third caution flew on Lap 79, Anderson would remain on the track to set up the potential for a lucky dog wave around as cautions at the tight paper clip shaped track breed more cautions.
When the fourth caution flew on Lap 92, Anderson would once again remain on the track looking to earn track position.
A two-lap shootout would setup the finish to the second stage, Anderson would finish the stage in the 27th position.
Under the stage break, Anderson would come to pit road. The over-the-wall crew would perform a four-tires and fuel stop. Anderson would restart the third stage in the 23rd position.
The sixth caution of the day flew on Lap 109, Anderson would stay out looking for track position.
After two more caution flags, Anderson would be avoiding all the carnage and working his way back thru the field truck after truck.
After the tenth caution flag on Lap-193 for contact with the leaders, Anderson would be penalized for pitting too soon with the lead lap trucks, and would be penalized a lap.
A green, white checkered finish would set up the end to the NASCAR Hall of Fame 150. The No. 3 U.S. LawShield / USSF #GunVote truck of Jordan Anderson would just run out of time, and would be credited with the 19th finishing position, one lap down.
“Tonight was a wild race, a lot of cautions. I got into the back of Natalie there at the end of Stage 1, and we got stuck on the outside and couldn’t get around her stalled truck. We lost a lot of track position as the leaders rolled by on the inside of the track. From there it was just a fight the rest of the race to gain track position back, and put the U.S. LawShield / USSF #GunVote Truck in position for the wave around. I think we were as far back as 32nd at one point. This Jordan Anderson Racing team does not give up and Crew Chief Arthur Haire made some good calls to put us into position to advance thru the field. I’m glad we were able to salvage a Top-20 finish for everyone at U.S. LawShield and USSF #GunVote”
Gander RV & Outdoors Trucks Series Championship Standings:
After 22 events, Anderson sits 19th in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series point standings.
Anderson will be back behind the wheel of the No. 3 Bommarito.com Chevrolet Silverado when the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series returns to action on Friday, November 6, 2020, at Phoenix Raceway in Avondale, Ariz. live coverage of the Lucas Oil 150 will be on Fox Sports 1 (FS1), and on the radio at Motor Racing Network, and SiriusXM Channel 90 at 8 p.m. ET.
Returning to Jordan Anderson Racing for the second race of 2020, U.S. LawShield traces its roots back to 2009 when a group of Houston, Texas-based attorneys saw first-hand the injustice against law-abiding gun owners who were forced to legally defend themselves. They observed that these gun owners, who acted lawfully in self-defense, were at a significant disadvantage within the justice system. They watched these people face unwarranted hardships, loss of freedom and financial ruin in trying to defend themselves in what they felt was a rigged justice system. These passionate attorneys created what is known today as U.S. LawShield and its Legal Defense for Self-Defense Program now supports a community of members totaling over 500,000 strong across the United States. The company focuses on educating members in self-defense law; empowering them to handle critical life-threatening situations with confidence; and protecting them from potential injustices in the legal system after lawful acts of self-defense. www.uslawshield.com
On the verge of the upcoming United States Presidential Election, the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) of the firearm industry trade association, felt the NASCAR Hall of Fame 200 at Martinsville Speedway would be great opportunity to bring awareness to the #GUNVOTE voter registration project.
For more information on the #GunVote voter registration project please visit http://www.action.gunvote.org
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