“I’m excited to go to Phoenix and run competitively with our truck. We have put a lot of time and effort into each and every detail and I believe it will show on the track. I was very close to winning the K&N Pro Series West races there a couple years back and feel the track truly suits my driving style.
“It will both be encouraging and rewarding to go have a solid run with our own team and equipment. With it being the final race before the championship, being aggressive will be crucial to a solid finish. There is also extra motivation to finish well in our last event, as it will help our ongoing process to attract sponsors over the winter and try to run many more races next year.”
Family and Friends Gathering:
Jesse welcomes family and friends to Phoenix this weekend to watch him compete. In particular, Grandpa Chuck Little and several of his friends from Spokane Washington will be bringing their full support. Chuck Little is a long time racing competitor and racing promotor on the West Coast and always brings a lot of passion and enthusiasm to the race track. In addition, the team is very exicited to have the continued support from Fred Vander Ploeg, Steve Biddle, Jim Davis and Dad Chad Little this weekend.
The Present and Future – Team Owner Jason Little:
“We are very excited to head to Phoenix International Raceway for the final race of 2017. We’ve qualified in the top-10 for every race in this season, finished in the top-10 and run very competitive as a small part time team. We expect another solid day at Phoenix and look to carry the momentum into 2018.
“The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series continues to offer an excellent platform for companies to grow their brand and expand their business. In 2017 we’ve had great success on the track and success with driving business value with our corporate partners as we continue to focus on building for 2018. JJL Motorsports offers a unique program with the highest level of performance and business value at affordable sponsorship levels.”
Jesse Little’s Phoenix International Raceway Stats (K&N Pro Series):
Best Start: Third
Best Finish: Second
Jesse Little’s NCWTS Stats:
Laps Completed: 1521 / 1602
Best Start: 5th
Best Finish: 9th
Date: Friday, November 10, 2017
First / Final Practice: 12-1:50 p.m. EST
Qualifying: 5:30 p.m. EST
Lucas Oil 150 Green Flag: 8:30 p.m. EST
Television Broadcast: FS1 (live)
Radio Broadcast: MRN (live)
Satellite Radio: SiriusXM NASCAR Channel 90
News and photos from the weekend’s Bar Harbor 200 will be available on JJL Motorsports Twitter account @JJL_Motorsports and Little’s Twitter account @jesselittle97 and on his Facebook page, Jesse Little Racing.
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About Triad Racing Technologies:
Triad Racing Technologies successfully builds racing engines, body parts and is a primary vendor for Toyota Racing Development in NASCAR and has helped its clients win seven manufacturer championships, five driver championships, and over 100 wins in multiple series since 2004. Triad specializes in horsepower. Triad engines can be found under the hood in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and ARCA. Triad’s clients have accounted for 94 wins and 79 poles in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series since 2004. Triad’s success can be attributed to its high level of customer satisfaction, its ability to operate quickly and flexibly and its success in the sport from the grassroots to the major national series.
About Gaunt Brothers Racing:
Gaunt Brothers Racing, owned by Triad Racing Technologies president Marty Gaunt, returns to NASCAR racetracks in 2017 after a six-year hiatus. Operating out of Mooresville, N.C., the Toyota team utilizes championship-winning Triad engines to compete in select Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series events. GBR previously fielded teams in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series and NASCAR Pinty’s Series, for drivers Alex Bowman, Jason Bowles and John Gaunt, recording a victory in the 2011 Toyota All-Star Showdown and a track-record qualifying time on the Toronto street course.
About JJL Motorsports:
JJL Motorsports is a NASCAR Driver Development Program with a vision to build long-term partnerships with drivers and sponsors in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and NASCAR K&N Pro Series. JJL provides a comprehensive driver development program, race car rentals, set-up and technical services, testing consultation and driver coaching. The team will be making its 5th Truck Series start and has 51 K&N Pro Series East and West starts since 2012 including two victories and SUNOCO Rookie of the Year award.