fbpx

@IamJasonAlder

On and off the track
  Instagram
2021: @f4uschampionship with @velocity_rd
We are going right AND left now! πŸ˜πŸ€™
.
.
.
#ja77 #racecar #racer #race #racetrack #car #cars #carlifestyle #carlife #speed #fast #fastcars #formula1 #formulaone #f1 #indycar #nascar #motorsport #motorsports #drive #driver #driving #determination #comeback

2021: @f4uschampionship with @velocity_rd
We are going right AND left now! πŸ˜πŸ€™
.
.
.
#ja77 #racecar #racer #race #racetrack #car #cars #carlifestyle #carlife #speed #fast #fastcars #formula1 #formulaone #f1 #indycar #nascar #motorsport #motorsports #drive #driver #driving #determination #comeback
...

.
.
.
#ja77 #racecar #racecars #racer #race #racetrack #car #cars #carlifestyle #carlife #speed #fast #fastcars #formula1 #formulaone #f1 #indycar #nascar #motorsport #motorsports #drive #driver #driving #determination #comeback

.
.
.
#ja77 #racecar #racecars #racer #race #racetrack #car #cars #carlifestyle #carlife #speed #fast #fastcars #formula1 #formulaone #f1 #indycar #nascar #motorsport #motorsports #drive #driver #driving #determination #comeback
...

.
.
.
#ja77 #racecar #racer #race #racetrack #car #cars #carlifestyle #carlife #speed #fast #fastcars #formula1 #formulaone #f1 #indycar #nascar #motorsport #motorsports #drive #driver #driving #determination #comeback

.
.
.
#ja77 #racecar #racer #race #racetrack #car #cars #carlifestyle #carlife #speed #fast #fastcars #formula1 #formulaone #f1 #indycar #nascar #motorsport #motorsports #drive #driver #driving #determination #comeback
...

Championship Banquet...
Jason will receive his Championship trophy and ring on Saturday, January 18, Speedway Club at Charlotte Motor Speedway...
.
.
.
.
#racer #winner #champion #onegoal #dedication #commitment #racing #Motorsports .
.
@apexdrivercoach @2020teknology @stevenrossmotorsports1 @inex_legend @legendsracingnews @legendsnation @uslegendcars

Championship Banquet...
Jason will receive his Championship trophy and ring on Saturday, January 18, Speedway Club at Charlotte Motor Speedway...
.
.
.
.
#racer #winner #champion #onegoal #dedication #commitment #racing #Motorsports .
.
@apexdrivercoach @2020teknology @stevenrossmotorsports1 @inex_legend @legendsracingnews @legendsnation @uslegendcars
...

drenched in champagne

drenched in champagne ...

#Onegoal .
.
.
.
#racer #racing #Motorsports #determination #dedication #sacrifice #focused #fast #iamjasonalder

#Onegoal .
.
.
.
#racer #racing #Motorsports #determination #dedication #sacrifice #focused #fast #iamjasonalder
...

  Twitter
Load more ...
  Facebook
Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

3 months ago

AB Motorsports

... See MoreSee Less

10 months ago

AB Motorsports

Jason delivered an unscripted and very emotional speech at last night's awards banquet and I (his mom) would like to explain the origin of his unexpected decision to wave a red flag on his racing career.

Auto racing is a demanding sport.

It requires time, and lots of it! Practices and race weekends are just the tip of the time iceberg and out-of-state drivers need to tack travel days on either side of every race event. Racing is truly a time commitment if you really want to be competitive. When you include the mental load racing requires, you find yourself stretched pretty thin.

Racing also requires hefty resources. Sponsors generously foot some of the bill, but families pick up the rest. Jason is one of five kids in our household, and he struggles with the recent realization that the flow of resources in our family pour primarily into him.

Jason mentioned giving back to his siblings and family issues in his championship speech. The sacrifice and love behind those words left me in tears.

For a decade, our tight-knit family has tried to find balance between family and racing. For me, as a wife and mother, this has been the biggest challenge of my life. Jason, with wisdom that is well beyond his 16 years, recognizes that our family needs some time to repair some of the cumulative damage that has been caused by the absences of dad/husband/brother/son while James & Jason have pursued and conquered this unbelievable state, national, and world championship over the last 10 years.

Jason has a dream. He wants to race cars. His entire family wants him to achieve that dream. But Jason has decided he isn't going to get into a car again until we heal as a family. So he has waved a red flag, not necessarily a black flag. We ask you, his fans, to lift our family up in prayer, to appreciate that Jason has an unselfish and generous heart of compassion, and to know that we - as a family - are watching and waiting for God to light our boy's path.

Thank you for your enthusiasm and support of Jason. We are truly blessed to share his racing journey with each of you.

- Becky Alder
... See MoreSee Less

Jason delivered an unscripted and very emotional speech at last nights awards banquet and I (his mom) would like to explain the origin of his unexpected decision to wave a red flag on his racing career. 

Auto racing is a demanding sport.

It requires time, and lots of it!  Practices and race weekends are just the tip of the time iceberg and out-of-state drivers need to tack travel days on either side of every race event. Racing is truly a time commitment if you really want to be competitive. When you include the mental load racing requires, you find yourself stretched pretty thin. 

Racing also requires hefty resources. Sponsors generously foot some of the bill, but families pick up the rest. Jason is one of five kids in our household, and he struggles with the recent realization that the flow of resources in our family pour primarily into him. 

Jason mentioned giving back to his siblings and family issues in his championship speech. The sacrifice and love behind those words left me in tears. 

For a decade, our tight-knit family has tried to find balance between family and racing.  For me, as a wife and mother, this has been the biggest challenge of my life. Jason, with wisdom that is well beyond his 16 years, recognizes that our family needs some time to repair some of the cumulative damage that has been caused by the absences of dad/husband/brother/son while James & Jason have pursued and conquered this unbelievable state, national, and world championship over the last 10 years.  

Jason has a dream. He wants to race cars. His entire family wants him to achieve that dream. But Jason has decided he isnt going to get into a car again until we heal as a family.  So he has waved a red flag, not necessarily a black flag. We ask you, his fans, to lift our family up in prayer, to appreciate that Jason has an unselfish and generous heart of compassion, and to know that we - as a family - are watching and waiting for God to light our boys path. 

Thank you for your enthusiasm and support of Jason. We are truly blessed to share his racing journey with each of you.

- Becky Alder

Comment on Facebook

We as a racing family completely understand and respect his decision. He is a strong and remarkable young man to not only make but move forward with his decision. The track will definitely be lighter without his presence and we hope to see him back on the track soon.

Will definately miss him at the track. One of the nicest drivers in the garage. Lots of respect for him. Prayers to your family.

Much love & respect for this amazing young man & his entire family! His heartfelt speech was very emotional (just ask Catherine 😭). I know that God has great plans for you. I'm sure we will see you again on the racetrack, but for now we will continue to pray for His peace & His guidance. Congratulations again on your Championship!! See you soon!! πŸ’šπŸ

Jason’s talk did not fall on deaf ears. We all heard him and we all understand this struggle. It is impossible to explain to the average person all that this sport demands. We have all had the same conversation in our homes, and we respect and understand the decision to regroup and refocus. Racing is a hobby, a sport. Luckily, it’s a sport that you don’t outgrow. Take the time you need to refocus and hold onto your dreams.

We will miss James and Jason at the track but respect and understand this decision. We will keep the Alder family in our prayers.

Great speech and great kid . Congratulations on your championship. Hold your head high . Hope to see you back at the track one day !!!

From one race mom to another ...You should be proud mom. ❀️ Praying you find your way as a family. ❀️

Prayers for Family healing! Congratulations on the Championship! With so many racing divisions get your fix where and whenever you can! Once a Racer always a Racer!

❀️ God is good. Strength, healing, peace, hope for your faithfulness. You have an amazing family. πŸ™πŸ»

I had the chance to meet Jason at Carteret this past year when it was National weekend. Great guy with a good attitude and acted just like he does out on the racetrack. Happy I got to have that chat with him and hope for the best πŸ‘πŸΌ

WOW! All I can say is WOW! Jason has great talent, but Family First, Always! I respect their decision as a family and I hope by some miracle that Jason will find a sponsor or sponsors and will get back in a seat this year!!!!! AB Motorsports, if it's meant to be he will race or at least test in 2020...

Any race family completely understands this decision. God Bless all of you and thanks for sharing your story!

Very classy and mature young man!!!!! Congrats to him on championship!!!

Powerful and True ... God Bless you guys and enjoy your time together!!! See you again when the Green Flag comes back out!!! β€οΈπŸ’›πŸ’š

His speech was from the heart for sure. Takes a big man to say what he did and want to fix the problems. Most kids wouldnt care. Hes a great kid....racing will always be there. Much respect πŸ’ͺπŸ‘Š

His speech was very moving and you could tell it was from the heart. Also my son Hank said it was the best speech of the night.

Congrats on your championship way to go out on top🏁🏁🏁

What a powerful post. We will be praying and hoping for an eventual green flag.

Beautiful said, Becky Alder

Well said and soo true

View more comments

Load more ...

Follow @IamJasonAlder across all social platforms

  Instagram
2021: @f4uschampionship with @velocity_rd
We are going right AND left now! πŸ˜πŸ€™
.
.
.
#ja77 #racecar #racer #race #racetrack #car #cars #carlifestyle #carlife #speed #fast #fastcars #formula1 #formulaone #f1 #indycar #nascar #motorsport #motorsports #drive #driver #driving #determination #comeback

2021: @f4uschampionship with @velocity_rd
We are going right AND left now! πŸ˜πŸ€™
.
.
.
#ja77 #racecar #racer #race #racetrack #car #cars #carlifestyle #carlife #speed #fast #fastcars #formula1 #formulaone #f1 #indycar #nascar #motorsport #motorsports #drive #driver #driving #determination #comeback
...

.
.
.
#ja77 #racecar #racecars #racer #race #racetrack #car #cars #carlifestyle #carlife #speed #fast #fastcars #formula1 #formulaone #f1 #indycar #nascar #motorsport #motorsports #drive #driver #driving #determination #comeback

.
.
.
#ja77 #racecar #racecars #racer #race #racetrack #car #cars #carlifestyle #carlife #speed #fast #fastcars #formula1 #formulaone #f1 #indycar #nascar #motorsport #motorsports #drive #driver #driving #determination #comeback
...

.
.
.
#ja77 #racecar #racer #race #racetrack #car #cars #carlifestyle #carlife #speed #fast #fastcars #formula1 #formulaone #f1 #indycar #nascar #motorsport #motorsports #drive #driver #driving #determination #comeback

.
.
.
#ja77 #racecar #racer #race #racetrack #car #cars #carlifestyle #carlife #speed #fast #fastcars #formula1 #formulaone #f1 #indycar #nascar #motorsport #motorsports #drive #driver #driving #determination #comeback
...

Championship Banquet...
Jason will receive his Championship trophy and ring on Saturday, January 18, Speedway Club at Charlotte Motor Speedway...
.
.
.
.
#racer #winner #champion #onegoal #dedication #commitment #racing #Motorsports .
.
@apexdrivercoach @2020teknology @stevenrossmotorsports1 @inex_legend @legendsracingnews @legendsnation @uslegendcars

Championship Banquet...
Jason will receive his Championship trophy and ring on Saturday, January 18, Speedway Club at Charlotte Motor Speedway...
.
.
.
.
#racer #winner #champion #onegoal #dedication #commitment #racing #Motorsports .
.
@apexdrivercoach @2020teknology @stevenrossmotorsports1 @inex_legend @legendsracingnews @legendsnation @uslegendcars
...

drenched in champagne

drenched in champagne ...

#Onegoal .
.
.
.
#racer #racing #Motorsports #determination #dedication #sacrifice #focused #fast #iamjasonalder

#Onegoal .
.
.
.
#racer #racing #Motorsports #determination #dedication #sacrifice #focused #fast #iamjasonalder
...

  Twitter
Load more ...
  Facebook
Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

3 months ago

AB Motorsports

... See MoreSee Less

10 months ago

AB Motorsports

Jason delivered an unscripted and very emotional speech at last night's awards banquet and I (his mom) would like to explain the origin of his unexpected decision to wave a red flag on his racing career.

Auto racing is a demanding sport.

It requires time, and lots of it! Practices and race weekends are just the tip of the time iceberg and out-of-state drivers need to tack travel days on either side of every race event. Racing is truly a time commitment if you really want to be competitive. When you include the mental load racing requires, you find yourself stretched pretty thin.

Racing also requires hefty resources. Sponsors generously foot some of the bill, but families pick up the rest. Jason is one of five kids in our household, and he struggles with the recent realization that the flow of resources in our family pour primarily into him.

Jason mentioned giving back to his siblings and family issues in his championship speech. The sacrifice and love behind those words left me in tears.

For a decade, our tight-knit family has tried to find balance between family and racing. For me, as a wife and mother, this has been the biggest challenge of my life. Jason, with wisdom that is well beyond his 16 years, recognizes that our family needs some time to repair some of the cumulative damage that has been caused by the absences of dad/husband/brother/son while James & Jason have pursued and conquered this unbelievable state, national, and world championship over the last 10 years.

Jason has a dream. He wants to race cars. His entire family wants him to achieve that dream. But Jason has decided he isn't going to get into a car again until we heal as a family. So he has waved a red flag, not necessarily a black flag. We ask you, his fans, to lift our family up in prayer, to appreciate that Jason has an unselfish and generous heart of compassion, and to know that we - as a family - are watching and waiting for God to light our boy's path.

Thank you for your enthusiasm and support of Jason. We are truly blessed to share his racing journey with each of you.

- Becky Alder
... See MoreSee Less

Jason delivered an unscripted and very emotional speech at last nights awards banquet and I (his mom) would like to explain the origin of his unexpected decision to wave a red flag on his racing career. 

Auto racing is a demanding sport.

It requires time, and lots of it!  Practices and race weekends are just the tip of the time iceberg and out-of-state drivers need to tack travel days on either side of every race event. Racing is truly a time commitment if you really want to be competitive. When you include the mental load racing requires, you find yourself stretched pretty thin. 

Racing also requires hefty resources. Sponsors generously foot some of the bill, but families pick up the rest. Jason is one of five kids in our household, and he struggles with the recent realization that the flow of resources in our family pour primarily into him. 

Jason mentioned giving back to his siblings and family issues in his championship speech. The sacrifice and love behind those words left me in tears. 

For a decade, our tight-knit family has tried to find balance between family and racing.  For me, as a wife and mother, this has been the biggest challenge of my life. Jason, with wisdom that is well beyond his 16 years, recognizes that our family needs some time to repair some of the cumulative damage that has been caused by the absences of dad/husband/brother/son while James & Jason have pursued and conquered this unbelievable state, national, and world championship over the last 10 years.  

Jason has a dream. He wants to race cars. His entire family wants him to achieve that dream. But Jason has decided he isnt going to get into a car again until we heal as a family.  So he has waved a red flag, not necessarily a black flag. We ask you, his fans, to lift our family up in prayer, to appreciate that Jason has an unselfish and generous heart of compassion, and to know that we - as a family - are watching and waiting for God to light our boys path. 

Thank you for your enthusiasm and support of Jason. We are truly blessed to share his racing journey with each of you.

- Becky Alder

Comment on Facebook

We as a racing family completely understand and respect his decision. He is a strong and remarkable young man to not only make but move forward with his decision. The track will definitely be lighter without his presence and we hope to see him back on the track soon.

Will definately miss him at the track. One of the nicest drivers in the garage. Lots of respect for him. Prayers to your family.

Much love & respect for this amazing young man & his entire family! His heartfelt speech was very emotional (just ask Catherine 😭). I know that God has great plans for you. I'm sure we will see you again on the racetrack, but for now we will continue to pray for His peace & His guidance. Congratulations again on your Championship!! See you soon!! πŸ’šπŸ

Jason’s talk did not fall on deaf ears. We all heard him and we all understand this struggle. It is impossible to explain to the average person all that this sport demands. We have all had the same conversation in our homes, and we respect and understand the decision to regroup and refocus. Racing is a hobby, a sport. Luckily, it’s a sport that you don’t outgrow. Take the time you need to refocus and hold onto your dreams.

We will miss James and Jason at the track but respect and understand this decision. We will keep the Alder family in our prayers.

Great speech and great kid . Congratulations on your championship. Hold your head high . Hope to see you back at the track one day !!!

From one race mom to another ...You should be proud mom. ❀️ Praying you find your way as a family. ❀️

Prayers for Family healing! Congratulations on the Championship! With so many racing divisions get your fix where and whenever you can! Once a Racer always a Racer!

❀️ God is good. Strength, healing, peace, hope for your faithfulness. You have an amazing family. πŸ™πŸ»

I had the chance to meet Jason at Carteret this past year when it was National weekend. Great guy with a good attitude and acted just like he does out on the racetrack. Happy I got to have that chat with him and hope for the best πŸ‘πŸΌ

WOW! All I can say is WOW! Jason has great talent, but Family First, Always! I respect their decision as a family and I hope by some miracle that Jason will find a sponsor or sponsors and will get back in a seat this year!!!!! AB Motorsports, if it's meant to be he will race or at least test in 2020...

Any race family completely understands this decision. God Bless all of you and thanks for sharing your story!

Very classy and mature young man!!!!! Congrats to him on championship!!!

Powerful and True ... God Bless you guys and enjoy your time together!!! See you again when the Green Flag comes back out!!! β€οΈπŸ’›πŸ’š

His speech was from the heart for sure. Takes a big man to say what he did and want to fix the problems. Most kids wouldnt care. Hes a great kid....racing will always be there. Much respect πŸ’ͺπŸ‘Š

His speech was very moving and you could tell it was from the heart. Also my son Hank said it was the best speech of the night.

Congrats on your championship way to go out on top🏁🏁🏁

What a powerful post. We will be praying and hoping for an eventual green flag.

Beautiful said, Becky Alder

Well said and soo true

View more comments

Load more ...

Follow @IamJasonAlder across all social platforms