Ready To Make Some Moves at Indy

This Week’s ATLAS / Menards Chevrolet Camaro at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Brandon Jones has one previous NASCAR XFINITY Series start at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The 20-year-old driver finished 10th in his debut at the ‘Brickyard’ last season after starting the day in the 13th position.

About ATLAS
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About Menards
A family-owned and run company started in 1958, Menards currently operates 305 stores located in 14 Midwestern states. Menards is known throughout the home improvement industry as the low price leader; it’s no wonder their famous slogan – “SAVE BIG MONEY” – is so widely known and easy to remember. Menards does things right – the company’s strength and success can be seen in the well-stocked and maintained stores, the lowest prices in town, and the way Guests are always treated like family.

Menards Store Autograph Session
Jones is scheduled to appear alongside fellow RCR driver Paul Menard for an autograph session at the Menards store located on 96th Street in Indianapolis beginning at 7 p.m. local time on Thursday, July 20.

Meet Brandon Jones
Jones is scheduled to be available for a Q&A session at the Team Chevy display located in the IMS Infield Midway starting at 10:30 a.m. local time on Saturday, July 22. Jones will then take part in the XFINITY Series autograph session beginning at 11 a.m. local time on Saturday at the Infield Pavilion.

How do you think the addition of restrictor plates will affect the racing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway this year?

“I think it will have a positive effect on the racing seen this season. The restrictor plates will bunch us all back up and make passing more frequent. In the past, the cars always seem to spread out so much that it was extremely difficult to pass anyone and put on a good show for the fans. This year, we will be bunched up, drafting a little bit and able to move around a little more easily. It should be an exciting race. I actually tested this package earlier this season. There were only three of us out there, but we were in a draft pretty much the entire time. That will only increase in intensity with a whole field out there running so close together. It’s a track that still requires help to pass someone, but with other cars out there it shouldn’t be too hard to get a run and make some moves.”