Jabs Construction – a long-time parter of Brandonbilt Motorsports — will return to the organization for Saturday’s ToyotaCare 250 at Richmond Raceway, the team announced on Tuesday.
“I’m so excited to have Jabs Construction back on the race car this weekend in Richmond, said Brandon Brown, driver of the No. 68 Chevrolet Camaro. “They’ve been a partner for the past four seaon Richmond Raceway is their home track, so hopefully I can make this weekend that much more special with a good finish!
The company, founded in 1978, is a full-service design/build residential remodeling company based out of Dumfries, Virginia. They provide complete contracting services for projects ranging from small trim repairs to whole-house remodeling.
“One of my favorite things about working with Jabs is that they’re a family-owned business, just like Brandonbilt Motorsports, Brown continued. “We really relate to one another because of that. I strive to support other family-owned businesses, because I know the amount of hard work and heart that it takes to operate one.”
Brown is optimistic about returning to his home track of Richmond Raceway, which the Virginia-native feels better matches his style of racing. “Short track racing is my comfort zone and something that I’m pretty confident about. I’m anxious to get back out there and redeem myself after my run at COTA. Tire strategy will be important here for stronger long runs.”
Entering Richmond, Brown sits 13th in NASCAR Xfinity Series point standings, just ten points below the series’ playoff bubble, as the team looks for their second consecutive playoff berth.