Confident For Race In Daytona

This Week’s Rain-X Advance Auto Parts Chevrolet Camaro at Daytona International Speedway
Daytona International Speedway is the site of Brandon Jones’ first NASCAR national touring series pole award, which he earned at the start the 2017 XFINITY Series season. The 20-year-old driver also has one top-10 finish (seventh) in three starts at the 2.5-mile superspeedway.

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NASCAR Salutes
This weekend Jones will be honoring the Weapons Field Training Battalion from the US Marine Corps Base Quantico as part of the final weekend of NASCAR Salutes. Jones, who visited the Marine Corps Scout Sniper Instructor School at the base last September and is an avid supporter of the non-profit organization Hope For The Warriors, will have WTBN QUANTICO displayed on his windshield header during this weekend’s race at Daytona International Speedway.

Meet the Driver
Fans have the opportunity to meet Jones when he takes part in a Q&A session at the Team Chevy stage in the FanZone starting at 4:30 p.m. local time on Friday, June 30. Jones will also be out at the Advance Auto Parts Speed Perks Activation Area in the FanZone starting at 5 p.m. local time.

Autographs, Please
Jones is scheduled to participate in the XFINITY Series autograph session beginning at noon local time on Friday, June 30, located in the infield UNOH FanZone on the FPL Solar Patio. Fans will be awarded autographs on a first come, first serve basis.

This week we return to Daytona International Speedway. Is there anything you can take from your visit there in February for the night race on Friday?

“It’s tough to take much from February’s race since we got swept up in a multi-car accident on lap 28 while battling for fifth. However, it is nice to head back to Daytona knowing we have the kind of speed we showed earlier this year. My No. 33 Chevy was really fast in February when we won the pole award, which was the first pole in my NASCAR career. We had the 33 car running in the top-five for the majority of the race before we got caught up in someone else’s mess just two laps before the end of stage one. I’m confident that we’ll return with just as much speed as before, but this time we’ll plan on running even closer to the front because at places like Daytona, even fifth place can be too far back in the pack and a bit of a danger zone. Stage racing has made that area of the pack a lot more intense when the laps wind down and people start going for stage wins and bonus points. The two front positions seem like the spots you need to be in to have a little bit of a buffer from the chaos.”