Looking To Use Experience To Advantage at Bristol

This Week’s Ohio Logistics Chevrolet Camaro at Bristol Motor Speedway
With 11 total starts at Bristol Motor Speedway across his NASCAR career, Brandon Jones is looking to use his experience to his advantage this weekend at the “World’s Fastest Half-Mile.” Jones has four previous NASCAR XFINITY Series starts at “The Last Great Colosseum,” recording one top-10 finish of ninth place in 2016. Jones also has four NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts and two top-10 finishes, as well as three NASCAR K&N Pro Series East starts and two top-10 finishes at Bristol Motor Speedway. The 20-year-old driver has also completed 2,239 laps of the 2,294 competed (97.6 percent) at the short track.

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Meet Brandon Jones
Fans can meet Brandon Jones, along with RCR teammates Brendan Gaughan and Daniel Hemric, at the Team Chevy stage located in Bristol Motor Speedway’s Fan Zone beginning at 2:45 p.m. local time on Friday, August 18.

By the numbers, Bristol Motor Speedway is one of your best tracks. What are some of the challenges of racing at Bristol?

“There is usually a lot of competition at Bristol Motor Speedway with many Cup drivers wanting to come down and race with us. That’s a challenge in itself with just the number of cars out on such a tight track. I feel like I do well at Bristol though because of all my experience racing there. It’s a track I’ve grown up at with all the different series I’ve raced in there. I’ve done races in both the Camping World Truck Series and K&N Pro Series East there, which definitely helps every time we return. It’s still a tricky place though. We’re bunched up in traffic all the time out there, but you’re still constantly trying to set up passes and complete them while you’re surrounded out there. It’s a fun challenge and unlike any other track we visit.”