Looking To Gain A Solid Finish at Pocono

This Week’s Anderson’s Maple Syrup Chevrolet Camaro at Pocono Raceway
Brandon Jones has one previous start in the NASCAR XFINITY Series at the “Tricky Triangle,” which resulted in a top-10 finish when he placed eighth there last season. The 20-year-old driver also has one ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards start in which he finished third during last year’s event at the 2.5-mile triangular track.

Anderson’s Maple Syrup
In 1928, Paul Anderson first shared the distinct taste of Wisconsin’s Northwoods by producing sweet pure maple syrup, and starting a 90 year pure maple syrup tradition. Three generations later his grandson, Steve Anderson, still carries on this syrup-making heritage by bottling pure maple syrup from the same sugar bush his grandfather tapped for so many years. Anderson’s Maple Syrup is pure, all natural and a healthy alternative for families.

Supermarket Shopping Spree
Jones will be at the Giant food store located at 65 Route 611, Bartonsville, Pennsylvania, beginning at 5 p.m. local time on Thursday, June 8, to take part in a shopping spree benefiting a local food pantry. Jones will have two minutes to race around the store and collect as much food as he can for the food pantry. After the shopping spree, Jones will be available to sign autographs for fans.

Meet Brandon Jones
Jones will be taking part in a Q&A session at the Team Chevy stage on Friday, June 9, starting at 11:45 a.m. local time in Pocono Raceway’s Fan Fair. Come ask Jones a question and grab an autograph before he hits the track for practice.

You finished eighth in last year’s NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Pocono Raceway after rain shortened the event. How are you preparing for this weekend’s return to the “Tricky Triangle” with only one XFINITY Series start there?

“Last year was an interesting weekend at Pocono Raceway. We didn’t get much XFINITY Series practice in with the weather, but I did run the ARCA race that Friday night and that seat time helped a lot in figuring out where I could lift and beat people in the corners. I also relied a lot on my RCR teammates. Brendan Gaughan was very helpful in bouncing ideas off of and figuring out the keys to getting around that track. This year, I’m coming back with more experience both at Pocono and as a whole, and I’m running the ARCA race again the night before. I think I’ll have plenty of extra seat time to grab a solid finish this weekend.”