JJL Motorsports Zombie Auto 125 - Bristol Motor Speedway Post-Race Report 

Jesse Little, No. 97 NASCAR Technical Institute Toyota Camry
NASCAR K&N Pro Series
Zombie Auto 125 - Bristol Motor Speedway
Started: 26th - Finished: 23rd
RAINY BRISTOL WEEKEND COMES TO A CLOSE: Finishing the NASCAR K&N Pro Series practice sessions with the second fastest lap of the day, Jesse Little and his NASCAR Technical Institute race team were eager to see what results could be gained in qualifying. Mother Nature had other plans as the time trial session was rained out and the starting grid set by points. With the Zombie Auto 125 being Little's first event of the season, he was forced to start shotgun on the field (26th) and race his way to the front.  Early in the race Little's Toyota suffered RF suspension issues and received damage when his Camry made contact with wall on lap 40. Unable to make repairs, Little was relegated to a 23rd place finish.
JESSE LITTLE ZOMBIE AUTO 125 QUOTE: "We had an amazing car right off the trailer. Our NASCAR Technical Institute Camry was fast and our team felt we had a good chance at earning a top-5 starting position and maybe even contend for the pole. With the rain wiping out the qualifying session we knew that it'd be a battle to get to the front. Having the sway bar arm break and cause a right front tire to go down was a tough way to end the weekend that's for sure. Racing can be challenging. We were running well and those things can happen.
"We'll get to work on getting our Camry repaired for our next run on the NASCAR K&N Pro Series but for now we're focusing on our first Camping World Truck Series start on June 2 at Dover International Speedway. We've got a solid program in the Truck Series, have run well at Dover in the past and our team is excited to get back there for our first start of the season in the series."
BUSY MONTH OF JUNE: JJL Motorsports will make two starts in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series over a 21-day period. Little heads to Iowa Speedway on June 23 for the running of the Iowa 200, a track he has won at in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. With the June 2 Bar Harbor 200 at Dover, the first month of summer will be busy as the team prepares for the Truck Series starts.   "The team hopes to capitalize on its experience in the Truck Series over the last seasons and put together some solid runs said team owner Jason Little"     
About Universal Technical Institue
Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, Universal Technical Institute, Inc. (NYSE: UTI) is the leading provider of postsecondary education for students seeking careers as professional automotive, diesel, collision repair, motorcycle and marine technicians. With more than 200,000 graduates in its 51-year history, UTI offers undergraduate degree and diploma programs at 12 campus locations across the United States as well as manufacturer-specific training programs at dedicated training centers. Through its campus-based school system, UTI provides specialized postsecondary education programs under the banner of several well-known brands, including Universal Technical Institute (UTI), Motorcycle Mechanics Institute and Marine Mechanics Institute (MMI) and NASCAR Technical Institute (NASCAR Tech). For more information, visit www.uti.edu. Like UTI on www.facebook.com/UTI or follow UTI on Twitter @UTITweet, @MMITweet and @NASCARTechUTI.
About JJL Motorsports
JJL Motorsports is a NASCAR Driver Development Program with a vision to build long-term partnerships with drivers and sponsors in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and NASCAR K&N Pro Series.  In 2017 NASCAR driver Jesse Little will be running in select Camping World Truck Series and K&N Pro Series Events.