Brandon Jones Texas News And Notes

Brandon Jones

No. 19 iK9 Musket Powder Toyota Supra News and Notes:

·       IN THE SPOTLIGHT:  Brandon Jones and his 19 team are headed to Texas Motor Speedway this weekend after a weekend off.  They are excited to head there after making a huge statement at Kansas Speedway where Jones held off Chase Briscoe and Tyler Reddick for his first career NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) win where he crossed the finish line .272 seconds ahead of them on the 1.5-mile tri-oval.  The 19 team is very confident and motivated to carry this momentum to a similar track and they are focused on producing a similar result. This will be Jones’ eighth start at Texas Motor Speedway and iK9 Musket Powder will be on his Toyota Supra for the 200-lap event.    

  • JGR AT TEXAS:  Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) has a total of 89 starts, 12 wins, 9 poles, 34 top-five finishes, 57 top-10 finishes, an average start of 10.3 and an average finish of 11.1. Kyle Busch captured nine of the team’s 12 victories with Erik Jones winning the other three. 
  • INFO:  O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge at Texas Motor Speedway (1.5-mile) begins at 8:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, November 2nd. The race will be broadcast live on NBC, Sirius XM Channel 90 and PRN Radio.

Jones’ Career NASCAR Xfinity Series Stats at Texas Motor Speedway:

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Jones’ 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series Stats:

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Jones’ Career NASCAR Xfinity Series Stats:

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From the Cockpit:

Brandon Jones:  “The win in Kansas is exactly what our iK9 Musket Powder team needed as we begin to close out the year. It gives us a lot of momentum going to Texas, which is a race that I already felt pretty confident about. We had an extremely good car at Texas earlier this spring—we were able to carry a lot of speed and had a strong setup, so I’m confident that our No. 19 team will have a good starting point for this weekend. The biggest key to a good race at Texas is making sure you can really hold the bottom line. The track is beginning to weather and that process usually brings in some other lines, so maybe we’ll begin to see some other lines come in.”


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