Hopeful For Redemption

This Week’s AAA Chevrolet Camaro at Dover International Speedway
Brandon Jones has seven starts at Dover International Speedway across three different NASCAR touring series. Since 2013, the 20-year-old driver has amassed two NASCAR K&N Pro Series East starts, three NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts, and two NASCAR XFINITY Series starts at the mile-long concrete track. Across all his races at the ‘Monster Mile,’ Jones has secured one top-five and four top-10 finishes and completed 1,202 of the 1,220 laps (98.5 percent) he has competed in.

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Honorary Pit Crew Members
During this Saturday’s NASCAR XFINITY Series event, Jones and the No. 33 team will have three honorary pit crew members with them from the Dover Air Force Base. SrA Donovan Martin, SrA Tyrone Hamilton and A1C Christen Medema will be joining the team and getting a firsthand look at all that goes into a NASCAR race day.

Meet Brandon Jones
Jones will appear at the AAA Stage at Victory Plaza at Dover International Speedway’s midway beginning at 9:15 a.m. local time Saturday morning. Come out, ask a question and get an autograph from Jones before he takes to the track for

We have another short track this weekend with Dover International Speedway. Does Dover feel similar to Bristol Motor Speedway, or do the two just look alike and that’s it?

“Dover really only looks like Bristol. It’s is definitely a roller-coaster ride. You go into Turn 1 and it sinks down so much when you get in the corner, and then it sort of pops back up on the straightaways. It’s very unique and has the biggest elevation changes we feel on an oval track. There’s really nothing like it on the circuit. There’s nothing like Bristol either, so those two tracks are two completely different animals compared to anywhere else we visit.”

AAA is back on the car for the first time this year. How does it feel to have them returning as a sponsor for you this season?

“I’m honored AAA has returned this season to our No. 33 team after the great run we had with them at Kentucky Speedway last year. I’ve worked with AAA a couple of times now across the NASCAR XFINITY Series and Camping World Truck Series, and they’re a great partner to have. I’m looking forward to representing such an established brand and hope we can have more successful races together this season.”