Looking To Get Back On Track In XFINITY Series

Brandon Jones and the No. 33 Sparco Chevrolet Camaro at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Brandon Jones has one previous NASCAR XFINITY Series start at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, which resulted in an 11th-place finish. The 20-year-old driver also has two NASCAR K&N Pro Series East starts at the ‘Magic Mile,’ with a highest finish of 12th.

About Sparco S.P.A
Two race drivers who shared the same passion for motorsport founded Sparco in 1977. More than 40 years later Sparco has grown to be the largest manufacturer of automotive safety equipment in the world. Sparco’s commitment to producing the safest driving suit possible is still the number one priority for the company. Thousands of professional and amateur racing drivers rely on Sparco every year to protect them in the unfriendliest environment; the cockpit of a race car. At speeds of more than 200 mph, and temperatures above 120 degrees, a driver must be 100 percent confident in their safety equipment. Therefore, the world’s top professional drivers choose Sparco, more than any other brand.

Meet Brandon Jones
Fans can meet Jones, along with his RCR teammates Brendan Gaughan, Daniel Hemric and Ben Kennedy, beginning at 9:45 a.m. local time on Saturday, July 15 at the XFINITY Zone stage in the NHMS Fan Zone.

How does New Hampshire Motor Speedway compare to other short tracks the NASCAR XFINITY Series competes at?

“New Hampshire is probably the hardest short track we visit in the series. It’s an extremely flat, big mile long track. It’s a very technical track too. It took me a couple visits up there to figure out where I need to be on the track to run well and pass cars. Having two NASCAR K&N Pro Series East starts at the track helped me figure out a lot before moving up to the XFINITY Series. Last year, I also studied past races and worked different set-ups on the simulator before making my first laps in the XFNITY car. New Hampshire ended up being a decent race for us, so we have good notes to look back on this weekend as we prepare for Saturday’s event.”