Track: Atlanta Motor Speedway– Oval (1.54-Miles)
Race: FR8 208
Date: March 19, 2022
Format: 130 Laps –30/30/70; 207.9 Miles
No. 3 EasyCare / Bommarito.com Chevrolet Silverado – Jordan Anderson
Stage 1: 28
Stage 2: 25
Laps Completed: 135 of 135
Laps Led: 0
Stage One Recap:
Stage Two Recap:
Final Stage Recap:
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race Recap:
– With last-lap pass, Corey Heim gets first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win at Atlanta: Moments after taking the white flag in Saturday’s FR8 208 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Corey Heim powered to the inside of Kyle Busch Motorsports teammate Chandler Smith, got a push from teammate John Hunter Nemechek and held on to win his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race.
– #51- Corey Heim won the Fr8 208 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Saturday’s race was the first on the newly reconfigured surface at Atlanta. The win was the first of Heim’s career in just five series starts.
– #99-Ben Rhodes finished second, followed by #66-Ty Majeski, #18-Chandler Smith, #38-Zane Smith, #52-Stewart Friesen, #17-Ryan Preece, #15-Tanner Gray, #19-Derek Kraus, and #22-Austin Wayne Self.
– Stage 1 was won by #52-Stewarrt Friesen.
– Stage 2 was won by #4-John Hunter Nemechek.
– Nemechek played a role in the race finish. After falling two laps down courtesy of a green flag pitstop he found himself mixed in with the leaders. He fell third in line behind Kyle Busch Motorsports teammates #18-Smith and #51-Heim, but on the last lap, chose to stick with Heim and helped push him to the lead.
– There were 18 lead changes among 10 drivers and seven cautions for 40 yellow flag laps.
– The average speed of the race was: 109.182mph.
– EasyCare/ APCO Holdings; Since 1984, EasyCare has been helping some of the most successful dealerships in the nation drive results in their stores with a full suite of F&I products, forward-thinking training, dealership development, consultative participation programs, and a best-in-class claims experience. EasyCare has the only F&I products named a “MotorTrend Recommended Best Buy” for franchised dealers and has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. EasyCare is part of the APCO Holdings, LLC, a family of brands, which has protected over 11 million customers and paid over $3.5 billion in claims.
For more information about what EasyCare has to offer, visit EasyCare.com for information about the APCO Holdings family of brands, visit APCOHoldings.com.
– Bommarito Automotive Group; A primary supporter of Jordan Anderson Racing, Bommarito Automotive Group is celebrating 50 years in the St. Louis marketplace, the Bommarito Automotive Group currently operates 20 automotive franchises throughout every St. Louis neighborhood led by president John Bommarito and the over 900 dedicated team members. Bommarito is recognized by the St. Louis Business Journal as Missouri’s No. 1 selling automotive group and is currently ranked 52nd in the nation. What once started as a vision to have one Bommarito vehicle in every driveway, is today a reality thanks to the ‘Where Price Sells Cars” mission. For more information on the Bommarito Automotive Group, visit them online at Bommarito.com, and follow their social channels on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Driver Point Standings:
Finishing in the 18th position in the FR8 208 driver Jordan Anderson would move ahead five positions to 31st in the NCWTS Driver Point Standings.
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Owners Point Standings:
After the third event of the 2022 season, JAR moves ahead to the 33th position in the NCWTS Owner Point Standings after Anderson’s 18th place finish on Saturday.