Gander Outdoor Truck Series

NGOTS: Jordan Anderson Charlotte Preview


NASCAR Gander Outdoor Truck Series owner and driver, Jordan Anderson left Kansas Speedway last Friday evening having earned his best finish of 2019 thus far, and his best career finish at the 1.5-mile tri oval racetrack located in Kansas City.

Anderson qualified his No. 3 Bommarito/BG Services Chevrolet to a 16th place starting position for the Digital Ally 250 , a position that marks his best qualifying effort to this point in his 2019 campaign.

Anderson would run a clean race, consistently running in the top-15, top-20 running order. He finished the first stage in 13th, the second stage in 16th and would end the 167-lap event with a 13th place finish and his first top-15 of the season.

Anderson took to this Facebook account a couple days ago saying, “Big weekend for us in Kansas, brought home our best finish of the season, and some much needed momentum moving into the summer. Glad to get some of our crazy bad luck behind us and see our teams hard work start to pay off. Racing in the backyard at Charlotte Motor Speedway this weekend!”

The 28-year old South Carolina native will look to carry his momentum into this Friday evening’s NC Education Lottery 200 from Charlotte Motor Speedway.

In four NGOTS starts at CLT, Anderson earned his best finish at the track one year ago when he crossed the checkers for a 20th place result.

Anderson will look to improve upon that finish and earn his first career win in Friday’s event.

Tune into the NC Lottery 200 on Friday May 17 at 8:30pm EST as the NGOTS takes to the track for their eighth race of the season.

Stay Connected with Jordan:
Twitter: @j66anderson
Official Website:
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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