Hometown favorite is the Fastest Qualifier & Lands Two Podiums
Bark River, MI - Wanting redemption after a wild ride ended his last appearance at Bark River early, Chad and the Hord Racing crew put together a package that was tough to beat. Saturday morning the truck qualified first. Drawing a four for the inversion, Chad would be starting in the 2nd row once the checkers flew. Not wanting to repeat his previous experience, Chad was patient and started picking off the competition.
On the restart Chad was able to gain a position. At one point while pushing the truck to the limits to reel in the leader, the #9 was up on two wheels through the large sweeping corner, to the point the crowd could only see the bottom of the truck. Chad pulled off an amazing save and made another run on the white flag lap but couldn’t quite get by, finishing the race in second.
Starting in row three on Sunday, following his second place finish, Chad new he would have to work his way to the front as soon as possible. Luck would not be on our side as Chad had the line through the corner, charging forward off a jump, when another truck got into him on the inside, spinning the truck out and sending Chad all the way to the back of the field.
On a mission Chad began to work his way through the pack and found himself back into fifth by the mandatory caution.FULL STORY
Fourth of July Parades
Once again the Hord Racing team appeared in three local parades over the Fourth of July week-end. The festivities started Friday the Fourth in Iron Mountain, MI where the Pro-2WD was pulled on a trailer behind the F-250 as the truck was engineless after losing the engine in Crandon, and the spare needed freshening. The truck was part of the BOSS Snowplow parade entry and was well received by the parade goers.FULL STORY
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2014 TORC Series Schedule