Jordan Anderson Racing NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race Report – Charlotte Motor Speedway; May 28, 2021

Track: Charlotte. Motor Speedway- Oval (1.5 Mile)

Race: North Carolina Education Lottery 200

Date: May 28, 2021

Format: 134 Laps –30/60/74; 201 Miles

No. 3 Barstool Sports Zero Blog Thirty Chevrolet Silverado – Keith McGee 

Start: 33

Stage 1: 34

Stage 2: 30

Finish: 29

Status: Running 

Laps Completed: 123 of 134

Laps Led: 0

Stage One Recap:

– McGee would start the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 from the 33rd position after NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Qualifying would be cancelled due to a brief rain shower that had moved over the track. 

– At the start of the race NASCAR would require McGee to drop to the tail of the field prior to the green flag ultimately requiring him to start in the 37th position. 

– Running consistent laps McGee was able to move past the No. 10 by Lap-6. 

– Lap-16 would see the No. 34 truck fall to the back of the field and McGee would advance another position into 35th

– As the Stage would run caution free McGee would end up finishing Stage 1 in the 34th position.

Stage Two Recap:

– At the stage break, McGee would come to pit lane for fuel, four tires and an adjustment and would restart the Stage in the 35th position. 

– Running solidly in the 34th spot McGee would lay down consistent lap times. 

– A lap-49 caution allowed the over-the-wall crew to apply Fuel and Tires to the. No. 3 Barstool Sports Chevrolet Silverado. McGee would restart in the 33rd position. 

– Running in the 32nd position the third caution flag would wave on Lap-55. Having just pit just a few laps prior McGee would restart in the 30th spot. 

– McGee would finish Stage 2 in the 30th place. 

Final Stage:

– Under the stage break, the over the wall crew would go to work applying fuel and a small adjustment. McGee would rejoin the field in 31st.

– On Lap-108 McGee would be called to Pit Road by his crew chief for his final planned service of the evening under green flag conditions.

– NASCAR however would cite McGree for speeding on pit road and would require the No. 3 to pass thru pit lane once again.

– Upon serving his pass thru penalty McGee would speed once again requiring him to make another pass thru pit lane. 

– Once his penalty was successfully served the No. 3 would rejoin the field in the 30th position 10-laps down. 

– After a major accident on lap 115 put the field under caution for nine laps, McGee would come to pit lane to check tires for any debris that may have accumulated and would restart in the 30th position.

– When the checkered flag flew on Lap-134 McGee would finish the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 11-Laps down in the 29th position. 

North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Recap:

– #4-John Hunter Nemechek won the NC Education Lottery 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway Friday night. 

– #42-Carson Hocevar was second. #99-Ben Rhodes, #52-Stewart Friesen, pole-sitter #38-Todd Gilliland, and #18-Chandler Smith finished in positions three through six. #66-Ty Majeski, finished seventh, #19-Derek Kraus, #16-Austin Hill, and #21-Zane Smith closed out the top-10.

– There were 12 lead changes among nine drivers and five cautions for 31 yellow flag laps.

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NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Championship Standings:  

After ten events, JAR remains in the 31st position in the NCWTS Owner Standings after McGee’s 29th place finish on Friday night. 

Next Race: 

Jordan Anderson will be back behind the wheel of the Jordan Anderson Racing No. 3 Chevrolet Silverado when the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to the track Saturday, June 12, 2021, for the 220 at Texas Motor Speedway. LIVE coverage will be on Fox Sports 1 (FS1), Motor Racing Network (MRN), and SiriusXM Channel 90 at 1:00 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.