This Week’s Tide / Menards Chevrolet Camaro at Kentucky Speedway
Brandon Jones has four previous NASCAR XFINITY Series starts at Kentucky Speedway, with one top-five finish of fifth coming from September 2015. The fifth-place finish was Jones’ first top-5 in the XFINITY Series. The 20-year-old driver also has four NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts, in which he has collected two top-10 finishes, and two ARCA Racing Series Presented by Menards starts. Jones finished second in the Truck Series race at the 1.5-mile track earlier this year.
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We return to Kentucky Speedway this weekend, where you had a strange weekend in July when you got wrecked out of the race before it really started. What are you looking forward to with this return?
“That was one of the weirder situations I’ve ever been involved in during my racing career. We were just in the wrong place at the wrong time when the start of the race got stacked up. With a broken tire spindle, our day was over before it even started. I’m looking forward to getting back there this weekend and getting some redemption. Kentucky has been a decent track for me in the past no matter the series I was racing in, so I have high hopes for this weekend. The track has been challenging since the repave, but it also had some more character to it since the first two times we raced on it. Turns 3 and 4 are still tricky with the fall off in the corner, but it’s fun to drive on. I’m excited to get out there and go for the win. We may not have made the Playoffs this season, but I believe that our No. 33 team can still grab a win before the year is over.”