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May 1, 2021 - Podium finish in Spring Nationals stop at Crossville Speedway
1Friday night saw Jensen Ford return with the Schaeffer’s Spring Nationals at Crossville Speedway (Crossville, Tenn.) for the $4,053 prize. Topping the 29-car field in time trials, Ford locked into the pole position for the opening night feature. Losing two spots in the 40-lap affair, Jensen notched a third-place finish, trailing Dale McDowell and Donald McIntosh to the checkers with Will Roland and Brandon Williams rounding out the Top-5. (Thomas Hendrickson photo)

1On Saturday afternoon at Clarksville Speedway (Clarksville, Tenn.), Jensen qualified second fastest in his group but cut down a left-rear tire in his heat. Electing to sit out his B-Main to take a provisional into the $10,053-to-win A-Main, Ford was marching forward until he got caught behind a tangle, ending his night on lap 13.

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April 17, 2021 - Smoky Mountain triumph gives Ford first career Southern All Stars victory
1 Jensen Ford etched his name into the history books on Saturday night at Smoky Mountain Speedway during the Rockin’ with the Stars event. The driver of the Whitehead Construction Inc. No. 83 Stanco Equipment/ Shoun Trucking/ TNT Race Cars Super Late Model raced to his first-career Southern All Star (SAS) feature win.

“I bet the odds. I went on different tires as everybody else,” Ford said. “We weren’t as good in lapped traffic I don’t think, but when we were by ourself, we were really good. Heck, I’m just happy to finish a race. I’ve only finished one race this year. We’ve been fast as it shows right here. We won this race finally. Like I said, I’m just happy to finish a race. It sucks to have speed and not be able to show it. Thanks so much to everyone who supports our team. This one is for them.”

After Mother Nature wiped out the first two attempts, Jensen Ford finally visited I-75 Raceway (Sweetwater, Tenn.) on Friday evening for the Schaeffer’s Spring Nationals sanctioned contest. With the top-qualifiers from each group locked into the main event, Ford clocked in second in his group behind Dale McDowell. Starting the $5,053-to-win A-Main in third, Jensen was the third retiree of the race on the seventh lap. He was credited with a 20th-place finish.

1The following night at Smoky Mountain Speedway (Maryville, Tenn.) in a field of 31 Southern All Star Series entries, Jensen laid down the fastest time in his qualifying group, which positioned him on the pole alongside Dale McDowell. (Michael Moats photo)

Jumping into the lead on the drop of the green flag, Ford led wire-to-wire to capture his first win of the season and first-career Southern All Star Series triumph. He finished ahead of Ricky Weiss, Cory Hedgecock, McDowell, and Sam Seawright to earn $5,000.

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April 3, 2021 - Ford visits Tazewell Speedway for Lil' Bill Corum Memorial
1Saturday night found Jensen Ford in action at Tazewell Speedway (Tazewell, Tenn.) for the Lil’ Bill Corum Memorial. In a field of 35 Schaeffer’s Spring Nationals series entries, Jensen came one spot short of a transfer position in his heat race with a fifth-place finish, transferring him into the B-Main. Streaking to a 10-lap consolation victory, Ford locked into the 17th-starting position for the main event. With $21,000 on the line, Ford was an early retiree from the 75-lapper on the 11th lap. (Michael Boggs Photography)

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March 20, 2021 - Jensen Ford attends Bristol Dirt Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway
1Kicking off the week long Karl Kustoms Bristol Dirt Nationals, Jensen Ford invaded Bristol Motor Speedway (Bristol, Tenn.) on Tuesday afternoon as the famed facility covered the half-mile oval with dirt. With his preliminary events starting on Tuesday, Ford gained two spots in his heat race to record a ninth-place outing. With the track’s curfew postponing his preliminary feature to Wednesday morning, Jensen had improved several spots in the opening laps but a broken driveshaft brought an immediate end to his night.

1After Mother Nature wiped out Thursday night’s program, Ford shifted his focus to the Super Late Model ranks as action kicked off on Friday evening. In a field of 55 cars, Jensen laid down the fifth fastest time in his qualifying group before placing sixth in his heat. Transferring into the B-Main for another shot at the A-Main, Ford scored a runner-up finish behind David Payne. Starting the $10,000-to-win A-Main in 19th, Jensen pulled off early on the seventh lap. (Josh James Artwork)

The following night, Jensen held onto a third-place finish in his heat race after breaking a power steering line. Earning the 12th-starting position for the $50,000-to-win Bristol Dirt Nationals finale, Ford was up to sixth and challenging for a Top-5 spot when he folded his nose under which limited his steering, forcing him to retire.

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March 6, 2021 - 16th place finish with World of Outlaws at Smoky Mountain Speedway
1Jensen Ford was one of 51 World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series entries on hand at Smoky Mountain Speedway (Maryville, Tenn.) on Saturday afternoon for the ninth annual Tennessee Tipoff. Grabbing the third and final transfer spot in his heat race, Ford locked into the 14th-starting position for the $12,000-to-win A-Main. Unable to gain any ground in the 50-lap affair, Jensen crossed the line in 16th when the checkered flag flew. (Charlie Lancour photo)

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January 16, 2021 - Ford scores 11th-place finish in season opener at Volusia
1After losing Friday night’s program to Mother Nature, Jensen Ford was one of 64 Crate Racin’ USA Winter Series entries on hand at Volusia Speedway Park (Barberville, Fla.) on Saturday afternoon to kick off his 2021 season with the Sunshine Nationals finale. With the field split into three separate groups, Ford laid down the fastest lap in his group before placing second in his heat behind Kyle Bronson. Earning the 10th-starting position for the $10,000-to-win A-Main, Jensen faded one spot in the 30-lap affair to register an 11th-place finish.

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December 11, 2020 - Jensen Ford ends 2020 season with three wins
In a year that saw several events cancelled early in the season by the Covid-19 pandemic, Jensen Ford competed in a total of 33 races behind the wheel of his Whitehead Construction Inc. No. 83 Late Model. He amassed three wins, 14 Top-5 finishes, and 20 Top-10 performances.

His 2020 season will kick off on January 15th at Volusia Speedway Park (Barberville, Fla.) for the Crate Racin' USA Winter Series-sanctioned Sunshine Nationals.

November 28, 2020 - 11th place finish in Leftover at 411 Motor Speedway
1Jensen Ford was one of 52 Iron-Man Racing Series entries on hand at 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tenn.) on Saturday afternoon for the fifth annual Leftover. With the Top 4 qualifiers from each group getting locked into the main event, Ford followed up the ninth fastest time in his group with a runner-up finish in his heat behind Austin Horton. Starting the $5,000-to-win A-Main in 13th, Jensen muscled forward two spots in the 50-lap affair to place 11th. (Josh James Artwork)

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November 14, 2020 - Top-5 finish in Crate Late Model Championship at Volunteer Speedway
1On Friday evening Jensen Ford returned to Volunteer Speedway (Bulls Gap, Tenn.) powering his Stanco Equipment No. 83 Late Model for the two-day Crate Late Model National Championship. Drawing a stout field of 73 American Crate All-Star Series entries, Ford timed in second fastest in his time trial group but suffered fuel issues while leading his heat that forced him pitside for the remainder of the evening.

1The following night, Jensen came in second fastest overall in time trials behind Ricky Weiss before picking up a 10-lap heat race victory. Earning the second-starting position for the $15,000-to-win A-Main, Ford snuck past polesitter Ricky Weiss for the lead on the opening lap until Weiss wrestled it back two laps later. Hanging onto a Top-5 finish in the remaining distance, Jensen Ford notched a fifth-place finish behind Jimmy Owens, Jason Welshan, Logan Roberson, and Zach Sise. (Michael Boggs Photography)

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November 7, 2020 - Fourth place finish in Fall Brawl at Bulls Gap
1Saturday afternoon saw Jensen Ford return to action at Volunteer Speedway (Bulls Gap, Tenn.) piloting the Tyler Smith-owned No. 32 Late Model for the Coca-Cola Fall Brawl. Coming in sixth fastest overall in a field of 27 cars, Ford earned the sixth-starting position for the A-Main. Clawing forward two spots in the 25-lapper, Jensen notched a fourth place finish behind Jason Welshan, Ricky Weiss, and Matt Henderson with Mack McCarter coming in fifth.

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October 17, 2020 - Jensen Ford scores a pair of Top-10 finishes with Southern All Stars
1Jensen Ford visited Smoky Mountain Speedway (Maryville, Tenn.) on Friday night to compete in the Super and Crate Late Model ranks for the King of the Mountain Championship. In a field of 34 Southern All Star Series entries, Ford secured his spot into the $3,000-to-win A-Main with the third fastest time in his qualifying group. Losing one spot in the 30-lap affair, Jensen recorded a seventh place outing.

1For the American Crate All-Star Series sanctioned event, Jensen followed up the fourth fastest lap in time trials with a third place finish in the Dash. With $2,000 on the line in the feature, Ford held his spot for all 30 laps to finish third behind Carder Miller and Matt Henderson with Eli Beets and Jake Teague rounding out the Top-5.

1The following night, Ford posted a third place in his heat, which positioned him 11th on the starting grid for the $7,000-to-win finale. Coming one spot shy of a Top-5 finish, Jensen clawed forward five spots in the 50-lapper to place sixth. (Michael Moats photo)

In the Crate ranks, Jensen locked his spot into the main event with the seventh fastest time overall. Rolling off sixth, Ford slipped back to a 12th place outing.

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