Engine issues plagued the #66 Bolen Motorsports team in the American Ethanol e15 225 at Chicagoland this weekend but don't let that make you think this team is knocked down. Anderson is the spokesperson for the it's not about how you fall it's about how you get back up that counts and that is just what I expect to see the Forest Acres, SC native do Saturday Afternoon at New Hampshire.
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Anderson has went to battle once in New Hampshire that coming last season in the 500th NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race ever where Jordan finished 25th after starting 25th. Despite having engine issues, Jordan still managed to finish 23rd at Chicago. Before Chicago, Jordan had four straight Top-20 finishes and I don't think Jordan is done making the action Famously Hot on the track. Jordan enters this final string of races 19th in points with seven races remaining. Jordan has raced 6 of the 7 remaining tracks with Martinsville being the sole track, Anderson hasn't competed at. Anderson DNQ'ed earlier this year at Martinsville but will look to mark that track off the list. Oppurtunity could be looming at Talladega for Anderson's first victory with the Chase causing Chaos within the Series we will have to see. (Koelle,2016)