Jordan Phillips drives the #37 Bandits
Class car. His home track is Lowe's Motor Speedway but he can also
be found racing at Concord Motorsports Park. He lives in
Team members helping Jordan are:
Dad, Mom, Kennedy, Jake Speed, Jason Horton, Joey Mooningham.
Jordan started racing in 1999 in the Jr.
Sportsman I Class at Dixie because he loved it. His first win was
in 2000 in the Jr. Sportsman I Class at Riverside Kartway. Career
highlights include 2 time VA State Champion, 8 time NC State Champion,
2003 Champion of Champions NC/SC, and 2004 National Champion.
The thrill of racing for Jordan is the
speed and excitement. His most exciting racing moment was winning
his first National. He's most proud of his National Championship.
Jordan's racing hero is Dale Earnhardt.
Of racing, Jordan says, "You don't have
to be enemies with people you race against!".
His favorite racing website is