“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.
“Coming off a strong top-10 run at Iowa in our last race with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series we’re capable of putting together another solid effort Wednesday night at Bristol. This track is a challenge on handling, but we’ve been able to have good speed in the corners each time out. We are excited to have High Tec Industrial Services onboard with us this week along with TRIAD CNC and Gaunt Brothers Racing. It’s going to be a great night of racing as we continue to showcase JJL Motorsports and what we’re able to do on and off the track.”
“Iowa Speedway is a track our team has been solid at throughout my career. In my NASCAR K&N Pro Series career we’ve run up front every race and with the success our JJL Motorsports NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team had at Dover (top-5 qualifying, 14th place finish) we’re on top of our game right now. It’s great to see the gains we’re making in the Truck Series and Iowa gives us another opportunity to show what this team is capable of accomplishing.
SHERRILLS FORD, North Carolina (May 26, 2017)- After weeks of hard work in preparing their No. 97 Toyota Tundra for its 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut, Jesse Little and the crew at JJL Motorsports are eager to head to Dover International Speedway for the running of the Bar Harbor 200 on June 2.