Track: Darlington Raceway- Oval (1.366 Miles)
Race: LiftKits4Less.com 200
Date: May 7, 2021
Format: 147 Laps – 45/45/57; 200.1 Miles
No. 3 Rusty’s Off Road / Lunch Time Investments Chevrolet Silverado – Jordan Anderson
Stage 1: 28
Stage 2: 29
Laps Completed: 147 of 147
Laps Led: 0
Stage One Recap:
– Anderson would start the LiftKits4Less.com 200 from the 31st position after the use of the performance matrix for the starting order, 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 Kansas Speedway.
-At the Lap-15 competition caution Anderson was scored in the 29th position. Crew Chief Arthur Haire would call the driver of the No. 3 to pit road for four tires, fuel, and an adjustment.
-Caution would once again wave over the field on Lap-19, Anderson running 27th at the time would elect to stay on the track.
–The third caution would wave over the field on Lap-32 as drivers would come together in Turn 2 and spin.
-Anderson would finish Stage 1 in the 28th position one-lap down.
Stage Two Recap:
-At the stage break, Anderson would come to pit lane for four tires, fuel, and an adjustment and would restart the Stage in the 30th position.
-The fifth caution would fall over the speedway once again on Lap-82, with the stage end only a few laps away Anderson would gamble and stay out on track and take the wave around to get back on the lead lap.
-After a two-lap dash to the stage break, Anderson would remain in the 29th position when the green-checkered flag waved on lap 90.
-Under the stage break, Anderson would come to pit lane as the leaders would stay out. The over the wall crew would go to work applying four tires, fuel and a small adjustment. Anderson would restart the Final Stage in the 29th spot.
–During the seventh caution on Lap-103, Anderson would advance to 28th and radioed to Haire that his Rusty’s Off Road Silverado was still free. Haire elected to keep Anderson on the racetrack.
–The eighth caution would wave on Lap-111 has three trucks get together after Tanner Gray gets into the outside wall. Anderson would remain on track.
–When the race resumed on Lap-118, the two-front row trucks would make contact on the start and chaos followed as a huge 17-truck pile up occurred. Anderson would avoid all the spinning and crashing trucks to find himself in the 12th position when the Red Flag was displayed.
–When the Red Flag was lifted, and yellow displayed Anderson would make his final pit stop of the day for four tires, fuel, and an adjustment. Anderson would restart in 8th after the choose.
–Caution 10 was issued on Lap-132 as Parker Klingerman loses a right front tire and collects Stewart Friesen. Spinning directly in front of Anderson. Spotter Reid Sorenson would do an excellent job navigating the No. 3 away from the crashing trucks. Anderson would be scored in the sixth position.
–Choosing to restart on the high side Anderson would line up 8th for the restart on Lap-144.
–With trucks fanning out every-where with two Laps to go. Second running Rhodes would get loose and back all the trucks up. Anderson would lose two positions.
–The eleventh caution would fly after the leader would take the white flag. Deeming the race official. When the checkered flag was issued the JAR Rusty’s Off Road / Lunch Time Investments LLC Chevrolet Silverado would avoid all the contact and spinning trucks to earn its second top-ten finish of the season in the 10thposition.
LiftKits4Less.com 200 Recap:
–Sheldon Creed captured his first victory of 2021 in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series beating Ben Rhodes. Carson Hocevar, Matt Crafton and Grant Enfinger rounded out the top five.
–There were 12 cautions for 66 laps. There were 20 lead changes among 12 different drivers.
Quote: “We needed this finish bad, to come away with a Top-Ten at my home track in only my second time racing here is pretty awesome. I’d like to thank Rusty’s Off Road from coming on board and letting me pay tribute to Larry McReynolds with this awesome paint scheme. Nic at Lunch Time Investment’s over in Columbia. Really just everyone who supports me and this team it makes me super proud when we come away with an effort like this. My Xfinity Crew Chief Arthur Haire was subbing for Bruce Cook tonight, and he made some tremendous calls. That was a wild race with the trucks really having a hard time finding grip creating a lot of crashes. My Spotter Reid Sorenson did a great job in keeping me pointed in the right direction to avoid them all. I am really happy to bring this Rusty’s Off Road / Lunch Time Investment’s Chevrolet Silverado home with a Top-Ten.”
-Rusty’s Off Road – Family owned and operated, Rusty’s Off-Road is a leader in the 4X4 industry with their innovative line of Jeep specific products. Being able to have in-house manufacturing capabilities Rusty’s is able to control cost and sell retail at wholesale cost without sacrificing quality. Rusty’s has grown from a small business with 2 bays’ serving a regional market to a worldwide company in a 65,000 square foot building.
-Lunch Time Investments, LLC. (LTI) located in Columbia, South Carolina by founder and CEO, Nicholas Sambenedetto holds a passion for helping others. LTI helps mentor individuals and companies in how to invest, how to purchase/store cryptocurrency, and additionally offer consulting services. In addition, LTI purchases storage units from auction and resells their contents. Typically, people have an idea but don’t know how to turn it into action. Most people don’t have a lot of time and get consumed in design on how to get it done. That is where Lunch Time Investments, LLC can help. It is done over the course of Lunch!
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Championship Standings:
After eight events, JAR jumps up five spots to 27th in the NCWTS Owner Standings after Anderson’s 10th place finish on Friday night. Anderson is not eligible for 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver points after declaring for 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series Rookie of the Year.
A TBA driver will be behind the wheel of the Jordan Anderson Racing No. 3 Chevrolet Silverado when the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to the track Saturday, May 22, 2021, for the Toyota Tundra 225 at Circuit of the Americas. LIVE coverage will be on Fox Sports 1 (FS1), Motor Racing Network (MRN), and SiriusXM at 2:00 P.M. EST.