COLUMBIA, S.C. – Jordan Anderson Racing has unveiled team owner and driver Jordan Anderson’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series paint scheme for the official throwback weekend of NASCAR at Darlington Raceway on May 7-9.
In a press conference hosted by President of Darlington Raceway Kerry Tharp at the South Carolina Governor’s Mansion in Columbia (S.C.) saw Anderson along with South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster and South Carolina Lt. Gov. Pamela Evette lift the cover on the 1982 Larry McReynolds led, Mark Martin driven throwback scheme Anderson will race for the LiftKits4Less.com 200 on Friday, May 7.
The truck will be sponsored by Lunch Time Investments LLC and Rusty’s Off Road.
“Growing up in Forest Acres just a few miles from here. It is a surreal feeling to be invited to the Governor’s Mansion. I would like to extend a large thank you to NASCAR, Kerry Tharp of Darlington Raceway, and Gov. Henry McMaster for the invitation to unveil my special throwback paint scheme for the LiftKits4Less.com 200 at Darlington with them,” Anderson said.
“This scheme is a tribute to my future father-in-law Larry McReynolds as this is what the car looked like when he made his NASCAR Cup crew chief debut at Pocono Raceway in 1982 with a young Mark Martin behind the wheel. We all know Larry’s deep love of his home state of Alabama so I am happy to have Rusty’s Off Road an Alabama company as a part of the race weekend with us.”