Jordan Latimer was caught up in an early crash at the Velocity 250.
By: Ashley McCubbin/JL Motorsports
September 30 2016
After running strongly in qualifying, Jordan Latimer’s hopes of a strong run ended after getting caught up in an early crash at the Velocity 250.
Latimer started off the weekend strong, finishing sixth in his first heat, followed by a seventh in the second heat. With a pair of solid finishes, Latimer escaped having to run the b-mains on Sunday morning.
Starting 18th in the feature, Latimer was right in the thick of the storm when a pair of the front running cars didn’t get going. He wasn’t able to get slowed up timing, making significant contact with another competitor which resulted in front-end damage. As a result, he’d be forced pit side and done for the afternoon.
Jordan Latimer and JL Motorsports thank Ken Semkin for the opportunity to run the car for the Velocity weekend.
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