While his amount of laps may not amount to some of his competitors, you cannot count Jordan Morris out of the equation for this weekend’s Operation Green Flag at Flamboro Speedway.
“I hope we have a clean race and bring this car back home in one piece with a podium finish,” he told SHORT TRACK MUSINGS.
Morris knows that won’t be easy as the entry list ranges in experience, with several other strong heavy hitters who have won past invitationals and championships in Pure Stock competition.
Morris has proven very capable of getting the job done, picking up a couple wins last year at Delaware Speedway, before scoring a runner-up in Sunset Speedway’s Fall Velocity.
“We had a very up and down season last year,” he admitted. “We struggled a little bit off the hop and then we picked back up for some wins and solid finishes, and left the season with a big bang at the Flamboro Enduro when we smoked out the track.”
While like everybody else he would have enjoyed being at the track the past two months, Morris admits quarantine gave him the opportunity spend time with family, while finishing off some neglected things around the house. That said, the racecar didn’t go to the way side as he says they were preparing their “mini stock for whatever the rest of this season brings us.”