HUDSON, N.C. (October 19, 2013) – After shifting their focus to racing in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East (NKNPSE) and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS), Brandon Jones and his Turner Scott Motorsports (TSM) team returned to the UARA-Stars series for the FLUIDYNE 150 presented by Ultra-Cool Brake Fans at Tri-County Motor Speedway. Jones started the 150-lap event in the eighth-position. With a caution plagued event that brought multiple green-white-checkered flag restarts, Jones was able to stay clear of the wreckage and bring home a fifth-place finish.
Brandon Jones will be back in action when he makes his third start of the season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Martinsville Speedway on Saturday, October 26 at 1:30pm EDT. The Kroger 200 will be broadcasted live on FOX Sports 1 and Sirius Radio.
It was great to get back behind the wheel of the late model at Tri-County this weekend. The UARA-Stars is very fun and competitive series and has allowed me to have some more seat time. I’m really looking forward to getting back behind the wheel of Turner Scott Motorsports Silverado next week at Martinsville, I think the close quarters racing at Tri-County has prepared us to be patient for the 200-laps at Martinsville [Speedway]. – Brandon Jones
Turner Scott Motorsports was established in 1999 by Texas businessman Steve Turner, who was joined by partner Harry Scott Jr. as co-owner in 2013. This season will mark the fourth season of full-time NASCAR competition for the organization, which expanded in 2011 from a two-truck operation in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) to become the largest stand-alone multi-series team in NASCAR’s top-tier touring series. The team earned its first championship when James Buescher captured the NCWTS title in 2012. Turner Scott Motorsports operates out of an 110,000 square-foot state-of-the art facility in Mooresville, N.C. The Chevrolet-backed team has created alliances with General Motors’ powerhouse team Hendrick Motorsports, which provides engine support for both its NNS and NCWTS programs, and Earnhardt Technology Group for drive train and suspension technology assistance. For more information on Turner Scott Motorsports, visit www.turnerscottmotorsports.com.