Jordan Anderson Racing NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race Report – Texas Motor Speedway; June 12, 2021
Track: Texas Motor Speedway- Oval (1.5 Mile)
Race: SpeedyCash.com 220
Date: June 12, 2021
Format: 147 Laps –35/35/77; 220.5 Miles
No. 3 Good Sam Chevrolet Silverado – Howie DiSavino III
Stage 1: 31
Stage 2: 29
Laps Completed: 143 of 147
Laps Led: 0
Stage One Recap:
– DiSavino would start the SpeedyCash.com 220 from the 30th position after the use of the NASCAR performance matrix to determine the starting order, the matrix is based off the No. 3 team’s ranking in the owner points standings, as well as the finishing position and the fastest lap turned during the Camping World Truck Series’ previous race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
– However, at the start of the race NASCAR would require DiSavino to drop to the tail of the field to serve a penalty for a late driver change as DiSavino replaced Anderson.
– Running consistent laps DiSavino was able to move past the No. 6 by Lap-3 to move into 35th position.
– The first caution flag of the day would wave over the field on Lap-7 as the No. 2 would get into the traction compound and spin. DiSavino would restart in the 32nd spot.
– Caution would be displayed for the second time on Lap-21 for the No. 2 spinning again and making the contact with the wall.
– Running in the 31st position the third caution would fall on Lap-33 for the No. 49 truck that stopped on the track.
– Nearing the end of the Stage the leaders would pit for four tires and fuel. The No. 3 would elect to stay out until the Stage break.
– The Stage would end under caution and DiSavino would end up being credited with the 31st position in Stage 1.
Stage Two Recap:
– At the stage break, DiSavino would come to pit lane for fuel, four tires and an adjustment and would restart the Stage in the 30th position.
– At the restart DiSavino would lose two spots to the No. 04 and No. 12.
– The fourth caution would come out on Lap-52 when the No. 42 makes contact with the No. 52 spinning him into the inside wall. Running in the 31st position at the time the No. 3 would remain on track and restart 28th.
– Lap-61 would see the fifth caution as the No. 10 would come to a stop at the beginning of pit road. Running in the 30th position at the time of the caution DiSavino would remain on the track and line up 28th.
– The sixth caution would be displayed when the No. 51 would spin in the traction compound and make contact with the wall. With the Stage nearing the end the No. 3 would remain on track as the leaders pit early.
– Just like the first stage the second stage would also end under caution. Running in the 28th spot at the time DiSavino would be credited with that.
– Under the stage break, DiSavino would come to pit lane for four tires, fuel and an adjustment.
– Restarting in 25th DiSavino would remain there until teams would start to come to pit lane for early green flag stops on Lap-108.
– Running in the 17th position Lap-123 would see the No. 3 come to pit lane for its green flag service with 4 tires and fuel.
– The Stage would continue to run caution free.
– When the checkered flag flew on Lap-147 DiSavino would finish the SpeedyCash.com 220 4-Laps down in the 24th position.
– However, after post-race inspection the third-place finisher was disqualified and scored in the last position moving DiSavino up in the finishing order to 23rd.
SpeedyCash.com 220 Recap:
– #4-John Hunter Nemechek won the SpeedyCash.com 220 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway Saturday afternoon.
– #24-Chase Elliott was second, followed by #98-Grant Enfinger, #16-Austin Hill, #18-Chandler Smith, #21-Zane Smith, #38-Todd Gilliland, #26-Tyler Ankrum, #15-Tanner Gray and #25-Josh Berry.
– #45-Ross Chastain initially finished third but was disqualified following post-race inspection.
– Pole-sitter Nemechek won stage 1. Stage 2 was won by #21-Smith.
– There were 15 lead changes among 7 drivers and 6 cautions for 38 yellow flag laps.
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NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Championship Standings:
After eleven events, JAR moves up to the 29th position in the NCWTS Owner Standings after DiSavino’s 23rd place finish on Saturday afternoon.
Keith McGee will be back behind the wheel of the Jordan Anderson Racing No. 3 Chevrolet Silverado when the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to Nashville Superspeedway Friday, June 18, 2021, for the Rackley Roofing 200. LIVE coverage will be on Fox Sports 1 (FS1), Motor Racing Network (MRN), and SiriusXM Channel 90 at 8:00 P.M. EST.
About Jordan Anderson Racing
Jordan Anderson Racing (JAR) is a NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) team, and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) team, owned by owner/driver Jordan Anderson. Established in 2018, JAR has competed full-time in the last three NCWTS seasons claiming back-to-back runner-up finishes in the 2020 & 2021 season opening NextEra 250 at Daytona International Speedway. JAR fields a full-time entry in the NXS Series; the No. 31 Chevrolet Camaro SS driven by Jordan Anderson, Tyler Reddick, and Josh Berry. JAR also fields the No. 3 Chevrolet Silverado for select drivers in the NCWTS.