Jones Heads to Bristol For the NCWTS UNOH 200

Jones Heads to Bristol For the NCWTS UNOH 200

(August 18, 2014) – The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) heads to World’s Fastest Half Mile for the UNOH 200 Presented by ZLoop at Bristol Motor Speedway (BMS). Jones gets set to make his third start of the 2014 season and second at BMS. The 17-year-old made his first-career NCWTS start one year ago at BMS, bringing home a 27th-place finish. Jones also has two-career starts at BMS in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, with a career-best finish of eighth earlier this season.

The UNOH 200 Presented by ZLoop can be seen live on Wednesday August 20 at 8:00 p.m. EDT on FOX Sports 1. The event can also be heard live on MRN Radio as well as SiriusXM Satellite radio, Channel 90.

I’ve been looking forward to getting back to Bristol in a truck since we were there earlier this season in March in the [NASCAR] K&N [Pro Series East] cars. We had a pretty good run, and after the test we did a few weeks ago I’m feeling good about our chances in the No. 33 Wolf Pack Energy Services Silverado. Hopefully we can run up in the top 10 throughout the night and bring home another solid finish. – Brandon Jones

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About Turner Scott Motorsports

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 fifth 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