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With crew chief back, Jones looks to ride hot streak into playoffs with ...


Erik Jones looked poised for his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory as he lined up second behind Martin Truex Jr. on the final restart Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.


In his lone Monster Energy Series start at “The Last Great Colosseum,” he finished 17th, but ran with the leaders the majority of the day.


“We looked back to the spring race, we ran really well – I thought we were really fast all weekend long in practice, didn’t get to qualify due to rain,” Jones told NASCAR.com.


Hopefully, the track is doing the same thing with the PJ1 and applying it on the bottom that we’ll be able to bring back the same package and hopefully have similar speed that we did there a few months ago.”


Having a familiar voice call the shots on the radio bodes well for the young star in this position.




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