Erik Jones finished eighth in the The Real Heroes 400 at Darlington Raceway on Sunday.
The top 10 finish for Jones, his second of the year, added 30 points to his season total.
Jones started in 20th position. The fifth-year driver has piled up two career victories, with 24 top-five finishes and 51 results inside the top 10.
Victory Lane at Darlington Raceway is a familiar place for Jones, who has one career win at the track. He has also compiled two top-five finishes at Darlington and his eighth-place result marks the fourth top 10.
The Byron, Michigan native began the race seven spots behind his career mark of 13.1, but finished 10 places ahead of his career average of 17.7.
Jones battled against a field of 40 drivers on the way to his eighth-place finish. The race endured 10 cautions and 57 caution laps. There were 11 lead changes.
After William Byron won the first stage, Brad Keselowski drove the No. 2 car to victory in Stage 2.