Jordan Latimer Taken Out Early At Velocity 250


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.

JL Motorsports is proud to be supported by Kicx 106, 104.1 the Dock, Kitchen Tire, Creechers Design, A/C Electric, Gamebridge Go Karts, Thor Motors Orillia, Jack Latimer Sales Representative Re/Max Orillia, Krueger Electrical Services, T&C Construction and Welding, Hazlet Trucking Orillia, TSS Top Shops, Tax Smart, and North River Motorsports this year.

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