Jordan Anderson Racing and Bommarito Autosport NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race Report –Talladega Superspeedway; October 1, 2022
Track: Talladega Superspeedway– Oval (2.66-Miles)
Race: Chevy Silverado 250
Date: October 1, 2022
Format: 94 Laps –20/20/54; 250.04 Miles
No. 3 Dometic Outdoor Chevrolet Silverado – Jordan Anderson
Stage 1: 21
Stage 2: 36
Laps Completed: 18 of 94
Laps Led: 0
Stage One Recap:
- Start: 9
- Lap 1: 11
- Lap 2: 11
- Lap 3: 8; In the bottom lane Anderson formed up on the back bumper of the No. 88 to help advance
- Lap 4: 10; Anderson would get sideways after receiving a hard push from the No. 15
- Lap 5: 9; Top Lane begins to slowing edge ahead of Anderson’s No. 3
- Lap 6: 9
- Lap 7: 8
- Lap 8: 8
- Lap 9: 8
- Lap 10: 8
- Lap 11: 8
- Lap 12: 9
- Lap 13: 9; Anderson remains in the bottom lane as it forms up to make a run forward
- Lap 14: 8
- Lap 15: 8
- Lap 16: 8
- Lap 17: 5; No. 88 bails out of the upper lane entering Turn-3 running third
- Lap 18: 4; Caution; Anderson’s No. 3 Dometic Outdoor Chevrolet erupts in a ball of fire entering Turn-1. Anderson navigates the truck to the bottom of the speedway in an attempt to escape the burning truck.
- Lap 20: Stage 1 Finish: 21 (-1 Lap)
* After being evaluated at the infield care center Anderson would be airlifted to UAB Hospital in Birmingham for further treatment
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race Recap:
– #25-Matt DiBenedetto won the Chevy Silverado 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Talladega Superspeedway. The win is his first at Talladega, his first of the season, and the first of his career. The race went into overtime, setting up a dramatic finish. On the final lap, the lead swapped hands numerous times before a wreck broke out heading toward the finish line. The caution fell, freezing the field. #25-DiBenedetto was pushed below the yellow line, while #32-Bret Holmes rode the high lane. It appeared Holmes narrowly beat DiBenedetto to the line, but NASCAR reviewed video at the time of caution, declaring DiBenedetto the winner.
– #99-Ben Rhodes was scored in second with #32-Holmes in third. #17-Ryan Preece, #98-Christian Eckes, #1-Hailie Deegan, #61-Chase Purdy, #91-Colby Howard, #75-Parker Kligerman, and #16-Tyler Ankrum were the remainder top-10.
– Playoff drivers not within the top-10: #18-Chandler Smith, 14th, #38-Zane Smith, 17th, #52-Stewart Friesen, 20th, #4-John Hunter Nemechek, 24th, and #23-Grant Enfinger, 29th.
– There was a scary accident early in the race, on lap 19, just before the end of stage 1. #3-Jordan Anderson’s Chevrolet burst into flames and slammed the inside wall. He quickly climbed from the burning machine, but was taken to the infield care center and later airlifted to Birmingham for treatment for burns.
– #18-Chandler Smith won stages 1 and 2.
– There were 25 lead changes among 11 drivers and nine cautions for 36 yellow flag laps.
– The average speed of the race was: 114.286mph.
– Dometic Outdoor; Dometic is a global market leader in the mobile living industry. Millions of people around the world use Dometic products in outdoor, marine, residential, and professional applications. Our motivation is to create products with outstanding design and reliability, to support our mission to make the outdoors more accessible and enjoyable for all. With a strong brand portfolio, Dometic operates in the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific – a unique global market reach with presence in over 100 countries. Dometic employs approximately 9,000 people worldwide, had net sales of SEK 21.5 billion (USD 2.5 billion) in 2021, and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.
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NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Driver Point Standings:
After Finishing in the 36th position in the Chevy Silverado 250 driver Jordan Anderson remains in the 37th position in the NCWTS Driver Point Standings.
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Owners Point Standings:
After the 21st event of the 2022 season and seventh JAR has competed in, JAR falls to 39th in the NCWTS Owner Point Standings after Anderson’s 36th place finish on Saturday afternon.