Brad Jones Racing is an Australian motor racing team centred around brothers Kim and Brad Jones and is based in Albury, New South Wales. Presently the team compete in the V8 Supercar Series, which they joined in 2000. Recently they have also returned to the Australian Formula Ford Championship where Brad and Kim began their careers. The team and its personnel have a strong connection to the district of Albury-Wodonga and are both the only rurally based V8 Supercar team and the last team in the International Championship to still be based in New South Wales.
Brad Jones Racing began as a Formula Ford team in which both Brad and Kim raced. Kim stopped racing relatively early, partially in recognition of Brad's ability as a driver with Kim becoming team manager. The team's peak in open wheel racing came in 1981 when running an Elwyn chassis, Brad finished sixth in the national series. The pair faded as the 1980s developed but after a return via Bryan Thomson's Sports Sedan/GT team led to the Jones brothers becoming involved in the Mitsubishi touring car team known occasionally as Mistubishi Ralliart. Racing with Mitsubishi gave Brad several opportunities to race overseas, racing Starion turbo touring cars in Japan and across Asia. Eventually the brothers formed their own team BJ Motorsport to further the Starion touring car operation but by 1986 that was fading and Brad Jones become a hired gun driver for other touring car teams.