Race Recap: Noland Podiums at New Smyrna

August 29, 2020 – Jett Noland is back on the podium after Thursday night’s Clyde Hart Memorial Super Late Model 100.

Starting fifth on the field, Noland quickly drove to the front, challenging Stephen Nasse for the lead in the first thirty laps. Though a few cautions threw a wrench in his plans, as Brad May was able to get around him and hold him off.

“This Anthony Campi Racing crew gave me a fast hot rod tonight,” Noland said after the race. “It was a little hard to pass tonight because the track was so slick, and we started getting a little loose towards the end there. But I’m pretty happy with our performance.”

While the 2020 schedule is forever changing, Thursday night’s performance gives Noland a vote of confidence going into October’s Winchester 400.

“The field we had tonight was phenomenal,” Noland continued. “While we didn’t get the win, we beat the likes of Kyle Busch, Matt Craig, Sammy Smith, and Jesse Dutilly. That’s world class talent right there.”

Stay tuned to JettNoland.com for updates to Jett’s 2020 schedule as we navigate the ever changing racing landscape.

– Jett Noland Racing Press Release

Race Preview: Clyde Hart Memorial at New Smyrna

August 24, 2020 – After last weekend’s rain-out at New Smyrna Speedway, the Anthony Campi Racing No.81 will return for Thursday night’s Clyde Hart Memorial Super Late Model 100 with Jett Noland behind the wheel. The rising star, gets back behind the wheel ready to pick up his first Super Late Model victory at his favorite track.

“My confidence is at an all time high,” said Noland. “I’ve gotten really comfortable behind the wheel of this Noland’s Roofing No.81. Anthony Campi and the guys have done a great job really dialing in this car. Now it’s up to me to execute and put it in victory lane.”

Jett and the crew will focus on continuing to add on Jett’s already phenomenal season as it builds to a crescendo at this year’s Winchester 400.

“We just announced that we’re going to the Winchester 400 later on this year,” Noland continued. “With our schedule all over the place, we’re really treating that race like our Snowball Derby. While we’ll be with Mike Cope Racing for that event, I truly can’t thank Anthony Campi and the guys enough for having me in the No.81 this season. We’ll still be working with Anthony in the future, just more on the Pro Late Model side of things.”

Stay tuned to JettNoland.com for results from New Smyrna Speedway.

– Jett Noland Racing Press Release