RACE ADVANCE: Ed Jones at Portland International Raceway


Race: Pacific Office Automation 147
Date: Saturday, June 1
Time: 4:30PM EST | 1:30PM PST
Track: Portland International Raceway
Distance: 75 laps / 147.75 miles
Stage Duration:
Stage 1: 25 laps, ends Lap 25
Stage 2: 25 laps, ends Lap 50
Final Stage: 25 laps, ends Lap 75
Broadcasting: FS1 | Motor Racing Network | SiriusXM NASCAR Ch. 90

Practice (Not Aired)
Date: Saturday, June 1
Time: 11:30 AM EST | 8:30PM PST

Qualifying (FS1)
Date: Saturday, June 1
Time: 12:00PM EST | 9:00AM PST
Format: Group A&B | Multi-Vehicle | Two Rounds

Starts: 0
Wins: 0
Top-5’s: 0
Top-10’s: 0
Best Start: N/A
Best Finish: N/A

Starts: 3
Wins: 0
Top-5’s: 0
Top-10’s: 1
Best Start: 11th (Mosack – 2023)
Best Finish: 8th (Mosack – 2023)

Ed Jones will make his second NASCAR Xfinity Series start this weekend at Portland International Raceway, the first of two back-to-back events for Jones.
Jones previously made his NXS debut with Sam Hunt Racing at Circuit of the Americas earlier this season.

Jones will pilot the No. 24 GR Supra at Portland International Raceway alongside teammate Sage Karam.
Jones will pilot the No. 26 GR Supra at Sonoma Raceway next weekend.

Ed Jones is a well-decorated racing driver whose career includes open-wheel and sports car racing. Jones has participated in the World Endurance Challenge, INDYCAR and Formula 3.

Jones has several notable accolades he has achieved over his career.
2013 Formula 3 champion
Podium finisher in the 24 Hours of Le Mans
Podium finish in his Indy 500 debut in 2017

Jones has three career INDYCAR starts at Portland International Raceway.

Jones's 2024 schedule with Sam Hunt Racing:
March 23 - Circuit of the Americas (Finished P35 - Crash)
June 1st - Portland International Raceway
June 8th - Sonoma Raceway


“I’m really looking forward to these next two weeks with Sam Hunt Racing. We had a great run going in COTA before we were taken out of contention. It took me some time to get fully comfortable in the Xfinity car, but we were making forward progress in the second half of the race. I have plenty of experience at Portland, and I look forward to using that to our advantage this weekend.”

— Ed Jones, Driver of the No. 24 GR Supra