Gander Outdoor Truck Series

NGOTS: Jordan Anderson 2019 Season Preview


Jordan Anderson will embark on his second full-time season as owner and driver of his own No. 3 Chevrolet for Jordan Anderson Racing in 2019.

The season-opener Next Era Energy 250 from Daytona International Speedway is set for Friday February 15 and Anderson will look to have another strong run at the 2.5-mile track.

Anderson earned his first career NGOTS top-10 finish in the season-opener last February when he finished in the 9th position after starting 28th.

The 27-year old would go on to earn his second top-10 later in the season with a 7th place result at Talladega Superspeedway.

He would end his 2018 campaign ranked 15th in the standings with 2 top-10’s, 3 top-15’s and 13 top-20 finishes.

Not bad at all for his first season as an owner and driver in such a competitive series.

Anderson had a busy off season with prepping trucks he acquired, as well as new equipment and shiny new hauler.

Anderson on his new hauler, “Still remember the days as a kid dreaming of going racing with a hauler like this. New trailer and new equipment, but the same grit and determination from our little team.”

On the 2019 season: “2019 is officially here! It’s been incredibly humbling to see the doors that God has continued to open for our team to grow, and all the amazing people that have been such a monumental part of the journey, Anderson said.”

Anderson will have FVP Parts and Bommarito Auto on his 2019 Silverado for Daytona. Bommarito is one of multiple sponsors returning to the No. 3 for another season.

The first NGOTS practice from Daytona took place earlier this afternoon and the No. 3 Bommarito Automotive Group Chevrolet ran five laps and was scored 22nd on the charts with a speed of 181.759mph.

The second and final practice took place about an hour later, with Anderson 34th on the charts with a speed of 180.097 after running just six laps.

Single car qualifying will begin tomorrow at 4:30pm EST.

Stay connected with Jordan on Social Media throughout the season.

Official Website:
Twitter: @j66anderson
Instagram: @jordanandersonracing

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About Sarah Handy

Sarah is going into her third year covering NASCAR for Rubbings Racing as well as helping run their Social Media platforms. Born and raised in Rhode Island, Sarah is an avid racing fan as well as a fan of the major New England sports teams. She is currently studying Public Relations and Marketing at SNHU with plans to move to North Carolina after graduation. Sarah also enjoys visiting her home track of NHMS each year, reading, running and photography.

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