Brandon Jones No. 19 Menards/Jeld-Wen Toyota Supra Advance NXS Daytona International Speedway (1)


·  JONES HEADS TO DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY:  Brandon Jones and the No. 19 Menards/Jeld-Wen team charge into Daytona for the 2021 Xfinity Series season kickoff this Saturday.  Jones finished 2020 with his personal best performance with a career-high three wins and his first career Truck Series win while notching a career-high 10 top-five and 19 top-10 finishes.  Jones is reunited with crew chief Jeff Meendering for a third consecutive year and the No. 19 team is focused on the Xfinity Series championship.  This will be Jones’ 10th start on the prestigious 2.5-mile superspeedway.  He has two top-five and four top-10 finishes as well as a pole on the historic track.  Jones and the 19 Menards team look forward to Daytona to start their quest for the 2021 Xfinity championship. 

·  JGR AT DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY: JGR has 100 total starts at Daytona International Speedway in the NXS, earning four wins, 26 top-five finishes, 41 top-10 finishes and nine pole starting positions. The team has led 641 laps, completed 10,148 of 11,244 attempted laps (90.3%) and earned an average start of 10.4 and an average finish of 16.6. Tony Stewart (2008), Denny Hamlin (2008), Joey Logano (2011) and Matt Kenseth (2013) each have one win for JGR in the series.

·  RACE INFO: Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner 300 at Daytona International Speedway is scheduled for Saturday, February 13, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. ET. Watch and listen live on FoxSports1, Sirius XM Channel 90 and MRN Radio.

Jones’ Career NASCAR Xfinity Series Stats at Daytona International Speedway:

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Jones’ 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series Stats:

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Jones’ Career NASCAR Xfinity Series Stats:

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From the Cockpit:

Brandon Jones: ”I am very excited to get back to Daytona this weekend and kick off the 2021 race season! We are coming off my best year and our 19 Menards team has been preparing this whole off season. Over the last few months Jeff (Meendering) and I have sat down and reviewed last year’s notes and discussed what we can do better as a team. I feel very confident that we will be even stronger this year and we will be bringing great Supras to the track.  We have been taking advantage of the TRD simulator, reviewing old notes, running go karts, working with my teammates and Blake Koch. I have also been making sure my physical and mental ability are at their highest potential.  Working in the gym five to seven days a week and doing exercises for hand-eye coordination are just a few things I have been amping up to succeed.  My mindset this year is going above and beyond and making sure I am doing things other competitors are not.  With Daytona coming up, I have been looking closely at previous notes and tapes that really grasp on drafting techniques. It’s really exciting to have Menards and Jeld-Wen back on board, they are a huge part of this team.  As a team we are extremely focused on starting Daytona strong and challenging for the championship.” 


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