Jordan Ross, the rising driver from the Indiana racing circuit, completed his first day of action Sunday, Aug. 13 in the World Driving Championship. The six-day competition got underway at Victoria Park in Wolvega, Netherlands with Ross kicking off the series in fourth place out of 10 drivers competing in the event. The series continues to Germany, and the Netherlands.
Ross competed in five races Sunday. He finished fifth, second, eighth, fifth and fifth for a total of 32 points. The leader after the first session was Doug McNair of Canada with 49 points. Ross completed the first day with 32 points.
Ross exchanged his purple and gold colors for the special red, white and blue colors to represent the USA. He was accompanied by two family members to the event, which concludes Friday, Aug. 18.
Other drivers competing in the series are Peter McMullen of Australia, Hanna Huygens of Belgium, Santtu Raitala of Finland, Michael Nimczyk of Germany, Rodney Gatt of Malta, Rick Ebbinge of the Netherlands, Blair Orange of New Zealand, and Miograg Pantic of Serbia.
The series picks up again Tuesday, Aug. 15 at Gelsenkirchen, Germany, then moves onto Mons Belgium Wednesday, Aug. 16. The final leg of the championship is set for Berlin, Germany Friday, Aug. 18.
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