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Spencer Davis, Rette Jones Racing race to honor in season-finale at Monster Mile

DOVER, Del.: On the strength of another top-five finish in last month’s Apple Barrel 125 at New Hampshire (NHMS) Motor Speedway, Rette Jones Racing and driver Spencer Davis (@SpencerDavis_29) trek to Dover International Speedway for Friday afternoon’s season-finale on a mission to earn their second win of the season in the General Tire 125.

The motivation for the Mooresville, N.C.-based team and the Dawsonville, Ga.-based driver is a plenty.

From storming into the spotlight as one of the strongest K&N Pro Series East teams on the circuit over the past three months to racing at the Miles’ “Monster Mile” in remembrance of Ron Jones, the father of Rette Jones Racing co-owner Terry Jones who recently passed away.

“There’s a lot of reasons to race hard this weekend at Dover,” said Davis who carries an average finish of 6.3 this season. “We’ve been very upbeat about our recent performance but the passing of Ron (Jones) has hit our race team pretty hard.

“I’m going there to win, not only for us but for in memory of Ron too. He’ll always be a part of this Rette Jones Racing team.”

Although two of Davis’s three previous starts at the Monster Mile hasn’t turned out like he had hoped, the 20-year-old is pumped to return to Dover and battle back and better his fourth-place K&N East effort in 2015.

“I like racing at Dover,” added Davis. “It’s a very fast place with a lot of banking and a track that honestly gives you goosebumps. I’ve always had speed at Dover – but my last two finishes haven’t been what I had hoped.

“On Friday afternoon, we have an opportunity to change that with our Rette Jones Racing team and hope to close out the K&N East season on a strong note. We’re bringing a fast car – the one we almost won with at Bristol, but we need to get our car dialed in practice for Dover so we can qualify near the front and stay there. Track position is crucial since the race is only 125 laps.”

With 11 races down and one to go, Davis’ first season aboard the No. 30 Rette Jones Racing Ford Fusion has been impressive. Scoring the team their first career victory last month at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway, he has also earned six top-fives and 10 top-10 finishes. He has also controlled the field for 140 laps this year.

While the championship title is out of reach, the chance to steal second is a possibility and one of the team’s goals this weekend.

Overall, RJR has three starts at the 1.0-mile concrete oval and has two podium finishes in 2016 and 2017 respectively with third place runs from Dominique Van Wieringen and Tyler Dippel respectively.

“Rette Jones Racing has always had a lot of speed at Dover and I look forward to showcasing that on Friday afternoon,” Davis spoke. “Mark (Rette) and I have had a lot of fun this year, but nothing would make this season more complete than being able to bring home that Miles’ the Monster trophy.”

JRi Shocks returns as the primary partner for the K&N East season finale

JRi Shocks recently acquired by NASCAR Hall of Famer Ray Evernham was founded in 2007 by some of the most legendary innovators in motorsports to produce the world’s most technologically advanced highest performance suspension systems.

Season-long partners ALLPRO Corporation and Tower Sealants will also serve as major associate partners.

“We have a lot to be thankful for heading to Dover, but we’re keeping Terry and his family in our thoughts over the loss of Ron,” offered Rette.

“Ron was instrumental in helping Terry create his craft as a race car driver and has supported the continued growth of Rette Jones Racing over the year.

“His presence and smile will be missed but we will fight to put ourselves in Victory Lane in his honor. I believe Spencer will have one of the best cars on Friday afternoon, we just need to execute and hope it all pans out.

“No matter what, the season has been one to remember for our small team.”

The Georgian enters the 12th race of the season with one win, six top-five and 10 top-10 finishes overall, including Rette Jones Racing’s first career K&N Pro Series East victory at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway on Aug. 24.

With one race remaining, Davis is third in the championship standings, 42 markers in the arrears to championship leader Sam Mayer. Just 12 points separate Davis from the runner-up position in the championship standings occupied by Chase Cabre.

In 43 career NASCAR K&N Pro Series East starts, Davis has earned two victories (Dominion (Va.) Raceway 2016, Gateway 2019), two poles, achieved 20 top-five and 32 top-10 finishes. He has also 364 laps led in event competition.

Davis also has nine NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) starts to his credit – four in 2018 driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM), three in 2019 for Rette Jones Racing and one for Niece Motorsports. He earned three top-10 finishes including a career-best of seventh in his series’ debut at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.

The General Tire 125 (125 laps | 125 miles) is the 12th of 12 races on the 2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East schedule. Practice begins for the one-day show on Fri., Oct. 4 from 9:00 a.m. – 10:20 a.m. Group qualifying is set for later at 12:00 p.m. The race will take the green flag in the late afternoon at approximately 5:00 p.m. The event will be televised live on FansChoice.TV, while on a tape-delayed basis on NBC Sports Network (NCBSN) on Wed., Oct. 9 at 6:00 p.m. (ET).

For more information on Spencer Davis, please check out his Facebook page (Spencer Davis Racing) or on Instagram @spencerdavis_29.

Davis tweets too. Follow him @SpencerDavis_29.

The latest on Rette Jones Racing is available at RetteJonesRacing.com, the team’s Facebook page or Twitter @RetteJones30.

About Rette Jones Racing:

Headquartered in Mooresville, North Carolina, Rette Jones Racing (RJR) was founded in 2015 with the intent of building a successful racing operation built around the fundamentals of hard work and a never give up attitude.

Owned by racers Terry Jones and Mark Rette, RJR will field a full-time entry in 2019 in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, while also fielding a partial entry in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards and NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS).

The winning K&N team also offers technical and setup intel as part of a technical alliance partnership to Sam Hunt Racing and driver Colin Garrett.

Spencer Davis, Rette Jones Racing seek back-to-back K&N East victories at New Hampshire

LOUDON, New Hampshire: Characterized as one of the strongest NASCAR K&N Pro Series East (NKPSE) teams on the circuit right now, Rette Jones Racing (RJR) and driver Spencer Davis (@SpencerDavis_29) head to New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) for Saturday afternoon’s Apple Barrel 125 looking for back-to-back triumphs.

Last month, Davis drove the Mooresville, N.C.-based team to their first career K&N Pro Series East victory at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway in a late-race restart.

The Gateway victory capitalized on the team’s super performance at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway where the team led a whopping 137 laps.

Returning to New Hampshire’s “Magic Mile”, Davis alongside crew chief and co-team owner Mark Rette look to improve on their seventh-place finish in the penultimate K&N East race of the season.

“We are still riding the momentum of our performances the last couple of races, especially the Gateway win,” said Davis, a native of Dawsonville, Ga. “I can’t begin to tell you how proud I am of this team.

“Everyone has put a lot of man-hours at the shop to get our cars turned around between Bristol and Gateway and to be able to bring home the checkered flag was the perfect reward for our efforts.”

While New Hampshire is one of Rette Jones Racing’s nine top-10 finishes in 10 races this season, the 20-year-old says his team has to be better in order to live up to the team’s expectations of the last month and a half.

“We feel pretty confident going back to New Hampshire,” added Davis. “Mark and I felt like we know what we were missing at New Hampshire in July and we can go back there and be a lot more competitive. The weather is going to completely different than what we experienced this summer and with New Hampshire being a temperature-sensitive track – I think we can make gains and contend for back-to-back wins.”

“We’re 43 points out of the lead, I feel like that’s a stretch, but Chase is only 13 points ahead of us, so while we want to get two more wins this season, we have to think about points too,” sounded Davis. “These K&N East races have the tendency to get frantic in the closing laps, so as a team we need to be prepared for anything.

“The goal for us at New Hampshire is to do what we’ve been doing lately. Qualify strong, led laps and be around when it counts.”

Season-long partners ALLPRO Corporation and Tower Sealants will return to their co-primary roles for Saturday’s triple-header with the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and the NASCAR Pinty’s Series respectively, all apart of the track’s Full Throttle Fall Weekend.

ALLPRO Corporation is a business-to-business purchasing cooperative comprised of a network of independently owned paint and decorating product retailers. They serve over 280 such member retailers who represent approximately 1,400 storefronts located throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and parts of Europe.

Tower Sealants is a manufacturer of top-quality caulks and sealants. With the strong financial backing of M-D Building Products, Tower Sealants started construction of its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in September of 2005 and opened for business March 1, 2006.

“I couldn’t be prouder of this team and Spencer after Gateway,” offered Rette. “We wanted to go to Gateway in the K&N combination race and finish what we started at Bristol and Spencer got the job for us. I think we can do it again this weekend at New Hampshire.

“I know that we didn’t have the best finish in July, but we have a plan and learned so much as a team since then that we should be in great shape on Saturday afternoon. Like I mentioned before, this team is very determined, and Spencer is driving his guts out.”

For Saturday’s race, RJR will carry a decal in remembrance of former Modified champion Mike Stefanik who perished in a plane crash on Sept. 15.

The Georgian enters the 11th race of the season with one win, five top-five and nine top-10 finishes overall, including Rette Jones Racing’s first career K&N Pro Series East victory at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway on Aug. 24.

With two races remaining, Davis is third in the championship standings, 43 markers in the arrears to championship leader Sam Mayer. Just 13 points separate Davis from the runner-up position in the championship standings.

In 42 career NASCAR K&N Pro Series East starts, Davis has earned two victories (Dominion (Va.) Raceway 2016, Gateway 2019), two poles, achieved 19 top-five and 31 top-10 finishes. He has also 364 laps led in event competition.

Davis also has nine NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) starts to his credit – four in 2018 driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM), three in 2019 for Rette Jones Racing and one for Niece Motorsports. He earned three top-10 finishes including a career-best of seventh in his series’ debut at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.

The Apple Barrel 125 (125 laps | 125 miles) is the 11th of 12 races on the 2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East schedule. Practice begins for the two-day show on Fri., Sept. 20 from 2:50 p.m. – 4:05 p.m. Group qualifying is set for race day, Sat., Sept. 21 at 9:30 a.m. The race will take the green flag later that day at approximately 1:20 p.m. The event will be televised live on FansChoice.TV, while on a tape-delayed basis on NBC Sports Network (NCBSN) on Wed., Sept. 25 at 6:00 p.m. (ET).

For more information on Spencer Davis, please check out his Facebook page (Spencer Davis Racing) or on Instagram @spencerdavis_29.

Davis tweets too. Follow him @SpencerDavis_29.

The latest on Rette Jones Racing is available at RetteJonesRacing.com, the team’s Facebook page or Twitter @RetteJones30.

Spencer Davis, Rette Jones Racing hope to roar in Thunder Valley

BRISTOL, Tenn.: Back in Thunder Valley, Rette Jones Racing (RJR) and driver Spencer Davis invade Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway for Thursday night’s Bush’s Beans 150 hoping to better their fifth-place finish from the spring and celebrate in Victory Lane in NASCAR K&N Pro Series East competition.

Davis and the No. 30 Rette Jones Racing team are eager to deliver at the “World’s Fastest-Half-Mile” on the heels of a solid top-10 finish at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International on Aug. 2.

While the team has stacked up the top-10 finishes this season, as the K&N Pro Series East season begins to wind down, Davis and crew chief and co-owner Mark Rette are determined to save their best for last and throw down performances that will keep everyone talking.

“I’m looking forward to Bristol this week,” said Davis. “It’s one of my favorite places to race. Things happen in a hurry at Bristol, but it’s a race track that you have to embrace. We qualified sixth there in the spring and had top-five car.
“We left Bristol though in April with more to desire and I think we can go back there this week and be a little better and have a strong run on Thursday night.”

Davis is aiming for his fourth consecutive top-10 finish at the 0.533-mile concrete oval. Since 2017, the 20-year-old has delivered two top-five and a seventh-place outing. A 14th place finish in his track debut in 2016 is his worst outing at Bristol in his previous four starts.

“Bristol is a lot like all the short tracks, track position is crucial,” sounded Davis. “150 laps go by in a hurry at Bristol, so we need to make sure we’re taking advantage of the cautions and putting ourselves in the right position to strike. I really want to be carrying the momentum off the corners to attack on the straightaways.

“There always seems to be a lot more attention to the summer race at Bristol and I’m eager to deliver on that. Mark (Rette) is a big fan of Bristol, so as a team we’re going there with high expectations and anything less than a top-five finish would be disappointing.”

The Mooresville, N.C.-based team welcomes JRi Shocks back as the primary partner for the K&N East
race at Bristol for the ninth race of the season.

JRi Shocks recently acquired by NASCAR Hall of Famer Ray Evernham was founded in 2007 by some of the most legendary innovators in motorsports to produce the world’s most technologically advanced highest performance suspension systems.

Season-long partners ALLPRO Corporation and Tower Sealants will serve as major associate marketing partners for Thursday night’s anticipated thriller.

ALLPRO Corporation is a business-to-business purchasing cooperative comprised of a network of independently owned paint and decorating product retailers. They serve over 280 such member retailers who represent approximately 1,400 storefronts located throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and parts of Europe.

Tower Sealants is a manufacturer of top-quality caulks and sealants. With the strong financial backing of M-D Building Products, Tower Sealants started construction of its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in September of 2005 and opened for business March 1, 2006.

“We’re fired up to go to Bristol after the off-week,” added Rette. “We’ve had a pretty decent summer. More top-10s than top-fives but we have an opportunity to change the direction of that on Thursday night at Bristol.

“We were pretty good in April. We were competitive. One more adjustment and I think we could have been top-three. We’ll fight really hard to be as strong as we can during practice and qualifying and then focus on the race and see if we can’t finally put Rette Jones Racing in Victory Lane.”

Davis, the Dawsonville, Ga. native enters the ninth race of the season with three top-five and seven-10 finishes overall, including a season-high fourth place run at South Boston (Va.) Speedway in May.
With four races remaining, Davis is sixth in the championship standings, 43 markers in the arrears to championship leader Derek Kraus. Just 13 points separate Davis from the top-five in the championship standings.

In 40 career NASCAR K&N Pro Series East starts, Davis has earned one victory (Dominion (Va.) Raceway 2016), two poles, achieved 17 top-five and 29 top-10 finishes. He has also 224 laps led in event competition.

Davis also has eight NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) starts to his credit – four in 2018 driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM), two in 2019 for Rette Jones Racing and one for Niece Motorsports. He earned three top-10 finishes including a career-best of seventh in his series’ debut at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.

The Bush’s Beans 150 (150 laps | 79.95 miles) is the ninth of 12 races on the 2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East schedule. Practice begins for the one-day show on Thurs, Aug. 15 from 12:00 p.m. – 1:25 p.m. Group qualifying is set for later in the day at 3:30 p.m. The race will take the green flag shortly after 6:15 p.m. The event will be televised live on FansChoice.TV, while on a tape-delayed basis on NBC Sports Network (NCBSN) on Wed., Aug. 21 at 6:00 p.m. (ET).
For more information on Spencer Davis, please check out his Facebook page (Spencer Davis Racing) or on Instagram @spencerdavis_29.

Davis tweets too. Follow him @SpencerDavis_29.

The latest on Rette Jones Racing is available at RetteJonesRacing.com, the team’s Facebook page or Twitter @RetteJones30.

About Rette Jones Racing:

Headquartered in Mooresville, North Carolina, Rette Jones Racing (RJR) was founded in 2015 with the intent of building a successful racing operation built around the fundamentals of hard work and a never give up attitude.

Owned by racers Terry Jones and Mark Rette, RJR will field a full-time entry in 2019 in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, while also fielding a partial entry in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards and NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS).

The team also offers technical and setup intel as part of a technical alliance partnership to Sam Hunt Racing and driver Colin Garrett.

Spencer Davis; Rette Jones Racing seeks fourth top-five of 2019 at Iowa Speedway

NEWTON, Iowa: Delivering their sixth top-10 of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East (NKNPSE) season last Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS), Rette Jones Racing (RJR) and NASCAR Next alumnus Spencer Davis head to the Midwest looking for a strong top-five finish in Friday night’s K&N combination Casey’s General Stores 150 at Iowa Speedway.

The first of two combination races which collides the world of both the K&N East and West divisions certainly brings more competition to the forefront – but for Davis and his Rette Jones Racing team led by crew chief and co-owner Mark Rette, they’re ready for the additional challengers at a place they feel they can win.

“New Hampshire was solid for us, but Iowa should be really good for us this weekend,” said Davis. “We’ve had speed in our cars this season and I think we’re making improvements. We just have to get over that one last hump and we’ll be in Victory Lane. We have a good chance to do it on Friday night.”

Statically speaking, Iowa is one of Davis’s best race tracks. In three starts at the 0.875-mile oval, Davis has finished no worse than ninth and carries a second and fourth place efforts to boost. Last summer, Davis finished fourth after starting sixth and is eager to build on that performance with Rette on top of the box.

“Iowa is like a big speedway,” offered Davis. “It’s a cool place where there’s a lot of room to race and usually tire wear becomes a factor. Also, I think track position is equally important. For us, you just have to make sure your car can transition nicely to the track conditions when darkness sets it.

“Strategy can be a factor, including fuel-mileage. I think that’s why Iowa is such a great place because a lot of things can happen, and the racing is pretty spectacular. Can’t wait to get there.”

Officially halfway through the season, Davis sits sixth in the championship standings, a mere 27 points out of the lead.

“We gotta keep fighting and hopefully erase the deficit,” added Davis. “The second half of the season is our team to focus forward and make a serious challenge for the championship.”

Davis’s efforts behind the wheel of the No. 30 Ford for Iowa will be supported by ALLPRO Corporation and Tower Sealants.

ALLPRO Corporation is a business-to-business purchasing cooperative comprised of a network of independently owned paint and decorating product retailers. They serve over 280 such member retailers who represent approximately 1,400 storefronts located throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and parts of Europe.

Tower Sealants is a manufacturer of top-quality caulks and sealants. With the strong financial backing of M-D Building Products, Tower Sealants started construction of its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in September of 2005 and opened for business March 1, 2006.

“We’re ready for Iowa,” added Rette. “This is a tough three-race stretch for the K&N Series between New Hampshire, Iowa and Watkins Glen, but I think we’re going to be fine. I’m ready to see Spencer be rewarded for all of his hard work with a trip in Victory Lane.

“We’re just past the halfway point of the season and we still hope to mix things up and contend for the championship. That’s our goal and we’re sticking to it.”

In 38 career NASCAR K&N Pro Series East starts, Davis has earned one victory (Dominion (Va.) Raceway 2016), two poles, achieved 17 top-five and 27 top-10 finishes. He has also 224 laps led in event competition.

Davis also has eight NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) starts to his credit – four in 2018 driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM), two in 2019 for Rette Jones Racing and one for Niece Motorsports. He earned three top-10 finishes including a career-best of seventh in his series’ debut at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.

The Casey’s General Stores 150 (150 laps | 131.25 miles) is the seventh of 12 races on the 2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East schedule. Practice begins for the one-day show on Fri., July 26 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. A final practice has been etched in from 3:15 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Group qualifying is set for later in the day at approximately 5:00 p.m. The race will take the green flag later that night shortly after 7:30 p.m. The event will be televised live on FansChoice.TV, while on a tape-delayed basis on NBC Sports Network (NCBSN) on Wed., July 31 at 6:00 p.m. (ET).

For more information on Spencer Davis, please check out his Facebook page (Spencer Davis Racing) or on Instagram @spencerdavis_29.

Davis tweets too. Follow him @SpencerDavis_29.

The latest on Rette Jones Racing is available at RetteJonesRacing.com, the team’s Facebook page or Twitter @RetteJones30.

About Rette Jones Racing:

Headquartered in Mooresville, North Carolina, Rette Jones Racing (RJR) was founded in 2015 with the intent of building a successful racing operation built around the fundamentals of hard work and a never give up attitude.

Owned by racers Terry Jones and Mark Rette, RJR will field a full-time entry in 2019 in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, while also fielding a partial entry in the ARCA Menards Series and NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS).  

The team also offers technical and setup intel as part of a technical alliance partnership to Sam Hunt Racing and driver Colin Garrett.

Spencer Davis; Rette Jones Racing take Kentucky momentum to New Hampshire

LOUDON, New Hampshire: Fresh off a top-10 finish in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) last week at Kentucky Speedway, Rette Jones Racing (RJR) and driver Spencer Davis (@SpencerDavis_29) are ready to get back down to business in Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR K&N Pro Series East United Site Services 70 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS).

The Dawsonville, Ga. native eyes his return to the “Magic Mile” as the opportunity to recover from a disappointing 14th place finish in the K&N East most recent race at Memphis (Tenn.) International Raceway where he dropped from third to sixth in points following a mechanical failure.

Regrouped and ready to attack, Davis is turning to New Hampshire to return to championship form and put his Rette Jones Racing team in Victory Lane.

“I’m looking forward to New Hampshire, especially coming off a very good weekend at Kentucky,” said Davis. “It seems like it’s been forever since we’ve been on track in the K&N East Series – but I’m glad the business is getting back to normal on Saturday and I’m hopeful for a good finish.”

With a race being cut from the schedule in June, Davis knows that he has less opportunity to not only win a race but bounce back from their Memphis misfortune. Still, with plenty of racing on-deck between New Hampshire and the season-finale at Dover (Del.) International Speedway in three months, Davis says his team won’t go down without a fight.

“It’s going to take a lot of effort, but we’re going to make a big push towards this championship,” added Davis. “Mark and the guys have been busting their tails to get our No. 30 Ford Fusion ready for New Hampshire and we know Saturday’s race is about winning – but also about potential too.

“It’s going to be tough to claw back into the title hopes, but we’re not going down without a fight.”

Set for his 38th career K&N Eat Series start; Davis will make his sixth at Loudon’s 1.0-mile speedway. In his previous five runs, he one top-five and three top-10 finishes, including a track-best third last July.

Hoping to finish what he started last summer, Davis is hungry for his second career K&N East victory.

“Even though New Hampshire is a relatively flat race track, it’s not that easy to drive,” proclaimed Davis. “It’s all about how you carry your car off the corners and roll that straightaway. You need to have a good balance and plenty of speed that you can into the corners.

“Track positions is everything at New Hampshire too. It’s pretty hard to pass, even sometimes with a bumper – but it provides great racing and I don’t think many will complain about that.”

Davis’s efforts behind the wheel of the No. 30 Ford for NHMS will be supported by ALLPRO Corporation and Tower Sealants.

ALLPRO Corporation is a business-to-business purchasing cooperative comprised of a network of independently owned paint and decorating product retailers. They serve over 280 such member retailers who represent approximately 1,400 storefronts located throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and parts of Europe.

Tower Sealants is a manufacturer of top-quality caulks and sealants. With the strong financial backing of M-D Building Products, Tower Sealants started construction of its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in September of 2005 and opened for business March 1, 2006.

“We’re ready for New Hampshire,” added Rette. “Our team’s hard work at Kentucky were rewarded with a good finish. We hope to go to New Hampshire and do more of the same. Spencer is really good at New Hampshire and we feel we’re bringing him a really fast No. 30 ALLPRO | Tower Sealants Ford Fusion and look forward to an opportunity to score our first career win on Saturday afternoon.”

RJR is co-owned by Canadian entrepreneur and former race car driver Terry Jones.

In 37 career NASCAR K&N Pro Series East starts, Davis has earned one victory (Dominion (Va.) Raceway 2016), two poles, achieved 17 top-five and 26 top-10 finishes. He has also 224 laps led in event competition.

Davis also has eight NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) starts to his credit – four in 2018 driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM), two in 2019 for Rette Jones Racing and one for Niece Motorsports. He earned three top-10 finishes including a career-best of seventh in his series’ debut at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.

The United Site Services 70 (70 laps | 70 miles) is the sixth of 12 races on the 2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East schedule. Practice begins for the two-day show on Fri., July 19 from 3:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. A final practice has been etched in from 6:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. Group qualifying is set for later in the night at approximately 7:05 p.m. The race will take the green flag on Sat., July 20 following the NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) race at approximately 6:45 p.m. The event will be televised live on FansChoice.TV, while on a tape-delayed basis on NBC Sports Network (NCBSN) on Wed., July 24 at 6:00 p.m. (ET).

For more information on Spencer Davis, please check out his Facebook page (Spencer Davis Racing) or on Instagram @spencerdavis_29.

Davis tweets too. Follow him @SpencerDavis_29.

The latest on Rette Jones Racing is available at RetteJonesRacing.com, the team’s Facebook page or Twitter @RetteJones30.

About Rette Jones Racing:

Headquartered in Mooresville, North Carolina, Rette Jones Racing (RJR) was founded in 2015 with the intent of building a successful racing operation built around the fundamentals of hard work and a never give up attitude.

Owned by racers Terry Jones and Mark Rette, RJR will field a full-time entry in 2019 in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, while also fielding a partial entry in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards and NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS).

The team also offers technical and setup intel as part of a technical alliance partnership to Sam Hunt Racing and driver Colin Garrett.

Spencer Davis; Rette Jones Racing ride momentum to Memphis

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Riding the wave of three consecutive top-five finishes in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, Rette Jones Racing (RJR) and driver Spencer Davis (@SpencerDavis_29) head to Memphis (Tenn.) International Raceway determined to elevate those strong efforts into the team’s first career win in Saturday night’s Memphis 150 presented by AUTOZONE.

Tackling a double-header at South Boston (Va.) Speedway in their recent two races, Davis utilized a fourth and fifth-place finish to lift himself from fifth to third in the championship standings.

In a comfortable spot ahead of the fifth race of the season, Davis is eager to continue consistency and make a serious threat towards the K&N East Series championship.

“I’m excited to get back on the track and head to Memphis this weekend,” said Davis. “I’m really proud of the effort that our Rette Jones Racing has put up the last couple of races.

“Despite finishing inside the top-10 in the season-opening race at New Smyrna, we left pretty disgusted because we felt like we were a better team than that. Since then, it’s been a lot of time, effort and long nights working in the shop and communicating to make sure we’re taking the best race car to the track possible.

“I feel like we’re doing that. Obviously, I feel like we still have some work to do, but we’re getting closer and I’m hoping with our inching forward – I’ll be able to finally get Rette Jones Racing in Victory Lane. That would be awesome.”

Both RJR and Davis return to Memphis with unfinished business. Davis’s fourth-place qualifying effort was plagued by electrical issues and a sour 19th place finish. Rette Jones Racing qualified third with driver Grant Quinlan but late race gremlins dropped them to 11th.

Knowing both the team and driver know their way around the Memphis, Tenn.-based race track, the Mooresville, N.C.-based team is ready to finish what they started.

“I like Memphis,” added Davis. “It’s a race track that has races like a short track but has the speed of a larger track. No matter what setup you have though, tire conservation is going to be the key to success on Saturday night.

“You can have all the speed in the world, but if you don’t take it easy on the tires, your night could go the wrong way in a hurry. We’re going to be at the track on Friday for the test and hopefully what we learn then we can apply it to Saturday.”

Rette Jones Racing welcomes back JRI Shocks as the primary partner for Memphis.   

JRi Shocks recently acquired by NASCAR Hall of Famer Ray Evernham was founded in 2007 by some of the most legendary innovators in motorsports to produce the world’s most technologically advanced, highest performance suspension systems.

For Rette, Davis is delivering the strongest start to the K&N season since the team’s inception and he believes the reliability of the team will only continue to flourish as the season marches into the summer stretch.

“Spencer has become a huge asset to Rette Jones Racing and he’s going to take us to Victory Lane this year,” Rette offered. “South Boston was very solid for us. Spencer drove two clean races and didn’t put himself in a position to lose more than he could.

“I feel like we’re inching closer to Victory Lane. Memphis is a track we’ve enjoyed competing at throughout the years and I hope our effort will be rewarded with a strong result on Saturday.”

In addition to JRI Shocks serving as the title marketing partners for the fifth race of the season, Rette Jones Racing also welcomes ALLPRO, Tower Sealants, Jones Group Demolition and Abatement, Ford Performance, Huntilar Corp. and Goodridge Fluid Transfer Systems as associate marketing partners this weekend.

RJR is co-owned by Canadian entrepreneur and former race car driver Terry Jones.

In 36 career NASCAR K&N Pro Series East starts, Davis has earned one victory (Dominion (Va.) Raceway 2016), two poles, achieved 17 top-five and 26 top-10 finishes. He has also 224 laps led in event competition.

Davis also has six NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) starts to his credit – four in 2018 driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) and one in 2019 for Rette Jones Racing. He earned two top-10 finishes including a career-best of seventh in his series’ debut at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.

Additionally, Sam Hunt Racing will utilize Rette Jones Racing in a technical alliance role for this weekend at Memphis. Rette has worked closely with SHR and 18-year-old driver Colin Garrett.

“Colin Garrett and Sam Hunt Racing are quickly becoming players in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and Rette Jones Racing is proud to be a part of their rapid growth, especially after their recent performances,” Rette added. “Colin is a talented race car driver and with the two teams working together, I think everyone will be impressed with the results.”

The Memphis 150 presented by AUTOZONE (150 laps | 112.5 miles) is the fifth of 13 races on the 2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East schedule. Practice begins for the one-day show on Sat., June 1 from 12:45 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Group qualifying is set for later in the day at 4:15 p.m. The race will take the green flag just after 6:00 p.m., The event will be televised live on FansChoice.TV while NBC Sports Network will tentatively air the race on Wed., June 5 at 6:00 p.m. ET. All times are local (Central).   

For more information on Spencer Davis, please check out his Facebook page (Spencer Davis Racing) or on Instagram @spencerdavis_29.

Davis tweets too. Follow him @SpencerDavis_29.

The latest on Rette Jones Racing is available at RetteJonesRacing.com, the team’s Facebook page or Twitter @RetteJones30.

About Rette Jones Racing:

Headquartered in Mooresville, North Carolina, Rette Jones Racing (RJR) was founded in 2015 with the intent of building a successful racing operation built around the fundamentals of hard work and a never give up attitude.

Owned by racers Terry Jones and Mark Rette, RJR will field a full-time entry in 2019 in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, while also fielding a partial entry in the ARCA Menards Series and NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS).  

The team also offers technical and setup intel as part of a technical alliance partnership to Sam Hunt Racing and driver Colin Garrett.

Double opportunity for Spencer Davis at South Boston

SOUTH BOSTON, Va. – On the heels of his top-five finish at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway in mid-April, NASCAR K&N Pro Series East veteran Spencer Davis (@SpencerDavis_29) and his Rette Jones Racing (@RetteJones30) team head to South Boston (Va.) Speedway for a double-dose of action and an opportunity to make a statement in Saturday night’s WhosYourDriver.org Twin 100s.

Back-to-back races in K&N Pro Series East competition can certainly present its challenges for the teams in competition but for a veteran team like Rette Jones Racing, the third and fourth races of the season present an opportunity for Davis to double down and put their No. 30 JRi Shocks Ford Fusion in Victory Lane.

“I’m really excited about the chance to compete in two races in one night,” said Davis who sits sixth in the championship standings a mere 12 points out of the race lead.

“We’ve spent the last few weeks putting a game plan together and I know we can head to South Boston and contend for two trophies.”

The Mooresville, N.C.-based team welcomes back JRI Shocks as the primary partner for South Boston.

JRi Shocks recently acquired by NASCAR Hall of Famer Ray Evernham was founded in 2007 by some of the most legendary innovators in motorsports to produce the world’s most technologically advanced, highest performance suspension systems.

While the stress is certainly there for Davis to finish race one with his No. 30 JRi Shocks Ford intact, the Dawsonville, Ga. native isn’t fazed about the shoulda, coulda, wouldas. Instead, he’s focused on doing the best job possible for Rette Jones Racing.

“No driver goes into a race and thinks they are going to get into a crash and destroy their car, but it’s a possibility,” offered Davis. “I don’t think like that. I think you’ll see some aggression in the first race and a lot of aggression in the second race – because I think most everyone will want to use that same race car from race one into race two.

“We do too. But, we’re here to win. We’re not going to leave anything on the table. Mark (Rette, co-owner) and Terry (Jones co-owner) want me to race hard – but race smart. Certainly, I’m not going to take any chances that could put us behind – but if there’s a chance to win, I’m going to go for it and hope it all works out.”

Davis, a NASCAR Next member also hopes his prior experience at South Boston will pay off this weekend. Last year, he finished eighth and fifth respectively and picked up three spots in the championship standings. This year, Davis wants better results and a similar outcome in points.

“South Boston is a cool race track, tight but the true definition of a short track,” added Davis. “We don’t have a huge field this weekend, but we have a strong field this weekend and that certainly is going to be a factor. Mark (Rette) and I just have to keep our communication open and make sure we’re doing our part to keep the car adjusted as we go from daylight to darkness.”

Rette says South Boston is an opportunity to bring out the best of the best in K&N competition and he is ready for RJR to stand front and center.

“It’s a lot of work to have two races in one night, but we’ll be ready two times over,” offered Rette. “We know what we have to do – but we have to let these races play out and just hope that Spencer (Davis) comes out on top.

“It will be important for us to be better in race two than race one. We need to be competitive in the first race – but we better be ready to leave our mark in race two. We’re sixth in points and have the points lead in reach. It sure would be a good vibe to come out of South Boston with two top-fives and a dent into our championship deficit.”

In addition to JRI Shocks serving as the title marketing partners for the third and fourth races of the season, Rette Jones Racing also welcomes ALLPRO, Tower Sealants, Horton Ave. Materials, Jones Group Demolition and Abatement, Ford Performance, Huntilar Corp. and Goodridge Fluid Transfer Systems as associate marketing partners this weekend.

RJR is co-owned by Canadian entrepreneur and former race car driver Terry Jones.

In 34 career NASCAR K&N Pro Series East starts, Davis has earned one victory (Dominion (Va.) Raceway 2016), two poles, achieved 15 top-five and 24 top-10 finishes. He has also 224 laps led in event competition.

Davis also has six NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) starts to his credit – four in 2018 driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) and one in 2019 for Rette Jones Racing. He earned two top-10 finishes including a career-best of seventh in his series’ debut at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.

Additionally, Sam Hunt Racing will utilize Rette Jones Racing in a technical alliance role for this weekend at South Boston. Rette has worked closely with SHR and 18-year-old driver Colin Garrett.

“Colin Garrett and Sam Hunt Racing are quickly becoming players in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and Rette Jones Racing is proud to be a part of their rapid growth, especially after their Bristol performance,” Rette added. “Colin is a talented race car driver and with the two teams working together, I think everyone will be impressed with the results.”

The Who’s Your Driver Twin 100s (100 laps | 40 miles) is the third and fourth of 13 races on the 2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East schedule. Practice begins for the one-day show on Sat., May 4 from 1:30 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. A final practice has been etched in from 2:30 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. Group qualifying is set for later in the day at 5:15 p.m. The first race will take the green flag just after 7:00 p.m., with the second race set to roll at approximately 9:15 p.m. The event will be televised live on FansChoice.TV while NBC Sports Network will air the races on Wed., May 8 at 6:00 p.m. ET (Race No. 1) and Thurs., May 9 at 9:00 p.m. ET respectively (Race No. 2).

For more information on Spencer Davis, please check out his Facebook page (Spencer Davis Racing) or on Instagram @spencerdavis_29.

Davis tweets too. Follow him @SpencerDavis_29.

The latest on Rette Jones Racing is available at RetteJonesRacing.com, the team’s Facebook page or Twitter @RetteJones30.

Spencer Davis joins Rette Jones Racing for 2019 K&N East season

MOORESVILLE, N.C. – After working together in a collaborative effort during the 2018 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East season, Rette Jones Racing (RJR) announced today that Spencer Davis (@SpencerDavis_29) has joined the Mooresville, N.C. organization and will compete for the series’ championship beginning with Sunday evening’s race at New Smyrna (Fla.) Speedway.

The Dawsonville, Ga. native will steer the No. 30 Ford Fusion for 12 of the 13 K&N East Series this season – but for Sunday’s season-opener, RJR will adorn the No. 82 in recognition of Davis’ longtime support Danny Watts.

“I’m so excited to join Rette Jones Racing for the 2019 K&N East Series season,” said Davis. “I’ve gotten to know Mark (Rette, co-owner) and his team over the last eight months or so and not only are they hardcore racers – but they are determined to put a competitive winning race car on the track.

“Rette Jones Racing was valuable in helping to make my limited K&N schedule a success last year and now the chance to work together should bring not only bring strong results but an opportunity to win the K&N East championship. Can’t wait for New Smyrna this weekend.”

Davis’s efforts for New Smyrna will be supported by ALLPRO and Tower Sealants.

ALLPRO Corporation is a business-to-business purchasing cooperative comprised of a network of independently owned paint and decorating product retailers. They serve over 280 such member retailers who represent approximately 1,400 storefronts located throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and parts of Europe.

Tower Sealants is a manufacturer of top-quality caulks and sealants. With the strong financial backing of M-D Building Products, Tower Sealants started construction of its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in September of 2005 and opened for business March 1, 2006.

“I’m looking forward to the opportunity to represent ALLPRO and Tower Sealants,” added Davis. “It’s always great to have new supporters for a new season. We’ve been working hard on our No. 82 ALLPRO | Tower Sealants Ford over the last few weeks and I feel like we can go to New Smyrna and contend for the win and get our season off to a fast start.”

Davis, 20, will make his fourth start at the half-mile oval. In his previous three outings, he finished second after starting second in 2016 driving for MDM Motorsports. Overall, the Georgian has one top-five and three top-10s including a sixth-place result last February. He has led 50 laps at the track and has an average start of fourth.

“New Smyrna is a track that fits my driving style,” sounded Davis. “It’s a track where I feel like rhythm is important and you just need to be able to get back in the gas in the corners to propel you forward on the frontstretch. I think we’ll be in a good position when we unload for practice because Mark (Rette) knows what I’m looking for. Hopefully, we can have a strong practice – earn the pole and give it our all during the race.

“It would be awesome to give Rette Jones Racing their first K&N victory on Sunday night.”

Rette, the 2009 ARCA champion crew chief is thrilled about the chance to work with Davis under one banner.

“I’ve been looking forward to New Smyrna for the last month or so,” he said. “Spencer is a talented race car driver and I think he’ll bring a new wave of energy to our team and we legitimately should be a factor for the championship.

“Being excited about the season is an understatement.”

Rette Jones Racing and Davis have plans outside of K&N this season and will make a further announcement(s) in the near future.

In addition to ALLPRO and Tower Sealants serving as the title marketing partners for the opening round of the season, Rette Jones Racing also welcomes Horton Ave. Materials, Jones Group Demolition and Abatement, Ford Performance, JRI Shocks, Huntilar Corp. and Goodridge Fluid Transfer Systems as associate marketing partners for the first short track race of 2019.

RJR is co-owned by Canadian entrepreneur and former race car driver Terry Jones.

In 32 career NASCAR K&N Pro Series East starts, Davis has earned one victory (Dominion (Va.) Raceway 2016), two poles, achieved 14 top-five and 22 top-10 finishes. He has also 224 laps led in event competition.

Davis also has five NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) starts to his credit – all in 2018 driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM). He earned two top-10 finishes including a career-best of seventh in his series’ debut at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.

The K&N East 150 (150 laps | 72 miles) is the first of 13 races on the 2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East schedule. An optional practice run is open for teams on Saturday, February 9 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Official practice begins for the one-day show on Sunday, February 10 from 2:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. A final practice session has been etched in from 3:45 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Group qualifying is set for later in the day at 5:05 p.m. The event will take the green flag just after 7:30 p.m. that night. The event will be televised on a tape-delayed basis on NBC Sports Network with a to-be-announced time and date.

For more information on Spencer Davis, please check out his Facebook page (Spencer Davis Racing) or on Instagram @spencerdavis_29.

Davis tweets too. Follow him @SpencerDavis_29.

The latest on Rette Jones Racing is available at RetteJonesRacing.com, the team’s Facebook page or Twitter @RetteJones30.

About Rette Jones Racing:

Headquartered in Mooresville, North Carolina, Rette Jones Racing (RJR) was founded in 2015 with the intent of building a successful racing operation built around the fundamentals of hard work and a never give up attitude.

Owned by racers Terry Jones and Mark Rette, RJR will field a full-time entry in 2019 in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, while also fielding a partial entry in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards and NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS).

The team also offers technical and setup intel as part of a technical alliance program.