Jordan Anderson – No. 3 Dometic Outdoor Chevrolet Silverado Preview-
News and Notes:
– Practice; For Saturday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS), Chevy Silverado 250 drivers will not receive any practice time prior to qualifying.
– Starting position; With no practice scheduled, teams would go straight to qualifying on Friday afternoon after a technical inspection to determine the starting order for Saturday’s Chevy Silverado 250. trucks in Round 1 advancing to Round 2 to determine the starting order of the Top-10. Hit the racetrack 6e in round one, Anderson would place the #3 Dometic Outdoor truck in the Top 10 of round one to advance to round two. On lap two, Anderson would lap 54.533 at 175.600 mph to place 9e. After qualifying concludes, the #3 Jordan Anderson Racing Bommarito Autosport Dometic Outdoor Chevrolet will start 9th inside the fifth row for Saturday’s Chevy Silverado 250.
– Talladega Superspeedway Stats; Saturday’s Chevrolet Silverado 250 will mark Anderson’s sixth start at Talladega Superspeedway. In five previous starts, Anderson is averaging 12.8 with a career-best 6e coming in 2020. Between Daytona International Speedway (DIS) and Talladega Superspeedway, Anderson has ten Superspeedway starts with an average finish of 13.20 with a best of second at DIS.
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– Frame; JAR will bring chassis #014 back to Talladega Superspeedway for Anderson to compete for the third year in a row. Chassis #014 attempted to qualify for DIS in February, but encountered engine problems and did not qualify for the race. Prior to Daytona, chassis #014 would compete last October in the Chevy Silverado 250 at Talladega where it would claim an 11e arrival point. After serving for the summer chassis, the No. 14 would record a tie for Anderson’s career-best finish in NASCAR, claiming second position in a wild final lap in the NCWTS season opener at DIS. In 2020, chassis #014 would earn JAR two top-ten finishes by claiming second place in the closest finish in Daytona truck racing history by a margin of 0.010 seconds behind Grant Finallyger at his debut, while in his second race of 2020 at Talladega Superspeedway #014 performed perfectly earning a sixth-place finish. In four races, JAR #014 has an average finish of 5.25.
Jordan Anderson Racing Bommarito Sports car
NASCAR Xfinity Series Race Preview-
Talladega Superspeedway; October 1, 2022
Track; Talladega Superspeedway– Oval (2.66 miles)
Race: Sparks 300; 113 laps –25/25/63; 300.58 miles
Date/Broadcast: Saturday; October 1, 2022 4:00 p.m. ET (3:00 p.m. CST)
TV: USA Network, and the NBC Sports app
Radio: Performance Racing Network (PRN) – Check local listings for affiliates, and SiriusXM NASCAR 90 Channel
Social media: Jordan Anderson Racing Bommarito AutoSport; Facebook, instagram
Myatt Snider – Tax Killer #31 Preview of the Chevrolet Camaro SS-
News and Notes:
– Practice; Similar to the 2022 spring race, the NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) will not receive any practice time for Saturday’s Sparks 300.
– Starting position; With no scheduled practices, teams would go straight to qualifying on Friday afternoon after technical inspection to determine the starting order for Saturday’s Sparks 300. In 2022, superspeedway qualifying for the NXS would consist of two single-car qualifying laps with the 10 fastest cars. in lap 1, move on to lap 2 to determine the starting order of the Top-10. Hit the racetrack 18e in Lap 1, Snider would complete a lap of 53.277-179.740 placing 21st overall in Lap 1 without qualifying for Lap 2. After qualifying was completed, the No. 31 Jordan Anderson Racing Bommarito Autosport TaxSlayer Chevrolet will start 21st in Lap 1. inside line 11 for Saturday afternoon’s Sparks 300.
– Talladega Superspeedway stats; Saturday’s NXS Sparks 300 will mark Snider’s sixth NXS start at Talladega Superspeedway. In April 2020, Snider would make his NXS debut on the 2.66-mile Alabama superspeedway, which would earn him 27e place at the finish after trailing to the back of the pack for most of the race and would be caught up in an accident caused by someone else up front. The 2020 fall race would see Snider have much of the same as he would race in the middle of the pack the entire race until a spinning car on the track on the final lap ended his day which gives 26e arrival point. 2021, would see Snider move to a new team and go into contention in the Spring Top 10 race, with the entire race having a chance to win on the final lap in fifth when the warning flag went out. Returning to the previous sync loop, Snider would be tagged in the 9e position in the final descent. The 2021 fall race would see Snider race ahead the entire race before getting caught in the big one with 26 laps to go, resulting in a disappointing 31.st place at the finish after having had a fast car all day.
Moving up to JAR Bommarito Autosport in 2022, Snider would find himself ahead again at Talladega in the spring race at the end of Stage 2 after qualifying in Stage 31st position. After several crashes in the final laps, Snider was able to escape with a ninth-place finish. In five starts at Talladega Superspeedway in Xfinity Series competition, Snider is averaging 20.4. Snider also made two starts in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) in 2017 and 2018, earning him second and third place finishes with a 2.5 average.
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– Frame; JAR Bommarito Autosport will return chassis #110 to the track this weekend at Talladega Superspeedway for the Sparks 300. Chassis #110 last competed at Daytona International Speedway (DIS) after being delayed 3.5 hours. Snider will launch the WaWa 250 on the 22n/a position after qualifying would be canceled and the grid would be fixed by the performance measurement system. In the first stage, Snider would run up to 8e before disappearing to the back of the peloton at the end of stage 1 to avoid any possible accidents and would eventually finish 18e. Stage 2 would see Snider race to the back of the leading pack and work his way to finish ninth at the end of Stage 2. The final stage would not see things as smooth as crash after crash. Snider would be involved in two crashes in the final stages which would require the car to come to the pits to repair the damage. At the end of the WaWa 250 Snider would survive with a 12e arrival point.