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- Erik Jones was named the replacement driver for Kenseth in both of those races, with Jones finishing 12th and 19th in those races.
- Bell won the race at Kansas after catching and passing teammate Erik Jones for his first career xfinity series win in his 5th start.
- Erik Jones drove the car full-time in 2016, with Gamestop, Reser's, Hisense, Interstate Batteries and Dewalt as the sponsors.
- Elliott, at age 17, became the youngest superspeedway winner in ARCA Racing Series history, beating fellow 17-year-old Erik Jones.
- On November 20, 2015, Kyle Busch Motorsports's Erik Jones won the Camping World Truck Series championship, making Busch the owners champion.
- Suárez finished 20th in points in his rookie season but lost rookie of the year to teammate Erik Jones.
- During his suspension, Kenseth was substituted by young hotshot Erik Jones who recorded commendable finishes for a rookie, 12th and 19th.
- Erik Jones was scheduled to run a limited schedule in the No.
- 20 Camry for Erik Jones.
- At the 2015 Charlotte Truck race, he held off Erik Jones for the win by .005 seconds, the second-closest margin in Truck Series history.
- Development driver Erik Jones, who drove for Busch in the Camping World Truck Series, made his first series start at Kansas.
- 51 truck part-time for 10 races in the Camping World Truck Series, with Erik Jones driving the other 12.
- At the 2015 Food City 500, Erik Jones replaced Hamlin after the latter suffered neck spasms.
- He posted a top five at Charlotte, before consecutive wrecks caused by Erik Jones at Talladega and Kansas knocked him out.
- At the spring Bristol race, Hamlin was replaced by Erik Jones after 22 laps due to suffering from neck spasms.
- 18 would be handed to rookie Erik Jones until Busch's return, while Ragan would move to Michael Waltrip Racing and drive their No.
- On August 7, 2016, Furniture Row Racing announced that Erik Jones would compete full-time in the Cup Series with backing from 5 Hour Energy.
- 20 by Erik Jones in 2018, leaving Kenseth with no 2018 ride.
- After spinning out fellow driver Erik Jones late in the race, Blaney restarted the final restart in eighth place.
- 29 truck for Brad Keselowski Racing at Mosport, leading a total of 8 laps and finishing 5th after battling Erik Jones for the lead late in the race.
- At age 16, he became the youngest winner in ASALMS history when he won at Lake Erie Speedway on June 9, 2006; holding the record until Erik Jones surpassed him at age 14 in 2010.
- Defending race-winner Keselowski was running in the top 10 when Erik Jones dove hard to the inside causing both to hit the wall, with Keselowski hitting a tire barrier off of Turn 2 landing almost on the passenger side.
- A Cup drivers-only coverage, he worked alongside Erik Jones and Ryan Blaney.
- In 2015, two rookie contenders in the series – Erik Jones and John Hunter Nemechek – were declared rookies though they had exceeded the seven-race limit because of age restrictions (Jones turned 18 in the middle of the 2014 season, and Nemechek turned 18 in the middle of the 2015 season).
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