Simply two weeks after he was cleared of fees of possessing a stolen race truck, NASCAR Tenting World Truck Collection driver Jordan Anderson scored a career-best seventh place end at Talladega, praising God for the victory and thanking his followers for his or her assist.
The 27-year-old unbiased racer had discovered himself in authorized turmoil in late September when he unwittingly bought a rebuilt race truck from a storage that didn’t personal it, and a warrant was issued for his arrest after he missed a date to show it into Rowan County, N.C., police because of logistical points.
His lawyer was in touch with the district legal professional, nonetheless, and some days later Anderson handed the truck over to the authorities, who dropped the costs towards him because of inadequate proof he had knowingly dedicated against the law by buying it.
Anderson known as the scenario a “humbling lesson” for a brand new group proprietor however acquired proper again to work making ready for the Talladega race.
After driving a Chevrolet Silverado for a lot of the season with just one prime 15 end to point out for it, Anderson pulled out the Toyota Tundra he got here in ninth on the season-opening occasion at Daytona and the change paid off.
Anderson survived the crash-filled race in Alabama, which included a 10-car “massive one” that took out three championship contenders, and crossed the end line with harm to his truck’s hood.
“God is sweet!” Anderson proclaimed on social media after the race.
“Such a tremendous feeling to outlive all of the carnage right this moment and produce house the end we did!”
Anderson is out of playoff rivalry however is sitting in 15th place within the season standings, two forward of the place he ended up in 2017.
He’ll be seeking to enhance upon his place on the subsequent race in Martinsville, Va., on Oct 27.