Jones To Finesse His Way To A Top Finish

This Week’s Bali / Menards Chevrolet Camaro at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
Brandon Jones has two previous starts in the NASCAR XFINITY Series at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and is looking to improve upon his best finish of 19th. Jones has completed all 150 laps during his two starts at the 2.4-mile road course.

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Meet Brandon Jones
Fans can meet Jones during the XFINITY Series autograph session at the track beginning at 10 a.m. local time on Saturday, August 12 alongside his competitors.

How do you prepare yourself for Mid-Ohio this weekend since it’s a completely different type of road course than Watkins Glen?

“It can be tricky. All three road courses are completely different from one another. With Watkins Glen, it’s not as technical of a track, but it’s a very fast one. There are a lot of high speed corners there. For Mid-Ohio, it’s a much more technical than any other track we visit. There are a lot of places on that course where you need to finesse your car to get around without any problems. You want to make sure you aren’t spinning your tires out there with all the elevation changes we go through. I actually attended a road course school there with Daniel (Hemric, teammate) earlier this year and I believe that will help me a lot this weekend. The school really slowed down the course for me and showed us where our braking points are at and how far we can drive into the corners. Between that and more simulator time this week, I think I should have a pretty good feel for the track on Friday.”