Unlike most races held in 2020, qualifying will be held for the 2021 season opening NextEra Energy 250 at Daytona International Speedway (DIS). Single truck single lap qualifying will set the starting grid for the 100-lap race later in the evening. Qualifying will be shown LIVE on FS1 at 3:10 PM ET Friday, February 12, 2021. Anderson is locked into the 36-truck field based on finishing in the top-30 in owners points from 2020. 46 trucks are entered for the event.
– Daytona International Speedway Stats: Friday’s NextEra Energy 250 marks Anderson’s fourth NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start at DIS. In four other truck races at DIS, Anderson holds an average finish of 16.5, with a career best finish of second coming in 2020. In only in his second start Anderson would go on to claim a ninth-place finish in 2018.
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“After our runner-up finish last year at Daytona, we’re excited to see what this years’ race has in store for us. Our crew chief Bruce Cook, and the entire No. 3 crew have worked extremely hard to put together a fast Swann Enforcer Chevrolet Silverado for us to go compete for the win with.”
– Chassis; JAR will bring chassis No. 014 back to DIS for Friday night’s NextEra Energy 250. Having competed in the two superspeedway races for JAR in 2020, chassis No. 014 earned the best results of the season with two top-ten finishes. In the trucks debut for JAR in last year’s NextEra Energy 250, chassis No. 014 claimed the runner-up position in the closest finish in Daytona truck race history by a margin of 0.010 seconds behind Grant Enfinger. The second race of 2020 No. 014 took place at Talladega Superspeedway in October where yet again performed flawlessly claiming another top-ten with an impressive sixth place finish.
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 earning multiple top ten finishes and scoring a career best second place finish in the 2020 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. JAR also fields the No. 3 Chevrolet Silverado for select drivers in the NCWTS. To learn more about the JAR, visit JordanAndersonRacing.com