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Jones Saddles Up For Texas Debut - WinStar World Casino 400 Event Preview - Texas Motor Speedway



Event: WinStar World Casino 400
Date: Friday, June 5, 2015
Venue: Texas Motor Speedway - 1.5 Mile Oval
Length: 167 laps / 250 miles / 400 kilometers
Time: 9 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1
Owners Points Position: 7th (Tied) (-71)
Brandon Jones, No. 33 Century A/C Supply Chevrolet

No Limits Newcomer Texas Motor Speedway will host the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) for the seventh race of the 2015 season. Brandon Jones, driver of the No. 33 Century A/C Supply Chevrolet for GMS Racing, will make his first NCWTS start at the mile-and-a-half track on Friday night.

Season to Date Jones and the No. 33 Century A/C Supply team look to continue making strides as the NCWTS heads to the Lone Star State. After four starts this season, Jones has racked up one top 10 and two top-15 finishes, including a 13th-place finish at the most recent mile-and-a-half on the schedule, Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway.

Points Report Following an eighth-place finish at Dover (Del.) International Speedway, the No. 33 truck jumped four spots to seventh in NCWTS Owner Standings.

Texas Chassis Choice The Century A/C Supply team has selected chassis No. 020 for the 167-lap event. Earlier this season, Ty Dillon drove this particular Chevrolet to a second-place finish in Atlanta, while Jones piloted it to a 13th-place result in Charlotte.

Tune-In Alert GMS Racing hosts a weekly webcast series as a behind-the-scenes experience for fans. "Before the Green Flag" features race previews and storylines leading up to race weekends with interviews from drivers and all of the personalities that make up GMS Racing. Before the Green Flag can be found on the GMSracing.net Multimedia page, GMS Racings Youtube Channel, and at GMSRacingLLC on Facebook and Twitter.

Meet Brandon On Friday, June 5, Jones is scheduled to participate in the NCWTS driver autograph session from 3:30-4:15 p.m. CT.

Im really excited to get back to the mile-and-a-half with our Century A/C Supply Chevrolet. We had good speed at Charlotte and well have the same truck in Texas, so we should unload pretty fast. The surface is pretty worn out and there are unique transitions in and out of the corners at Texas, so well have a little learning to do, but it seems to be a fun place to race.

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