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Brian Scott

1988-01-12 (age 32)

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Brian Scott comes out of retirement to run two NASCAR Xfinity races

In November of 2016, Brian Scott announced that he would retire from NASCAR competition at the age of 28.

Richard Petty Motorsports downsizes to one-car operation for 2017

On Friday, Richard Petty Motorsports confirmed it would field only one full-time entry in NASCAR’s premier series in 2017.

Scott retires from driving

Brian Scott will part ways with Richard Petty Motorsports at season’s end.

Tony Stewart called to meeting with NASCAR for incident - video

NASCAR driver Tony Stewart has a meeting with series officials following Sunday night’s Southern 500 after he wrecked Brian Scott.

Brian Scott leads Daytona practice, Kyle Busch crashes hard

After rain delayed Thursday’s pair of practices, Sprint Cup teams finally had the opportunity to shake down cars for the Coke Zero 400 on Friday.

Two NASCAR teams to lose practice time from written warnings

Two NASCAR teams will lose practice time as a result of warnings received at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway last weekend.

More than a dozen cars collected in late-race wreck at Texas

A relatively incident-free race at Texas Motor Speedway erupted into a multi-car wreck reminiscent of NASCAR’s superspeedways, collecting over a dozen cars.

Majority of Cup teams decide not to participate in Thursday practice

Only a handful of cars went out on track during Thursday's pre-Duel practice session with no pack forming.

Multi-car wreck mars Wednesday's final Cup practice

Wednesday night’s second Sprint Cup Series practice was marred by a multi-car accident that will send at least two teams to backup cars for Thursday night’s Cam-Am Duel races.

Out with the old, in with the new

The strong NASCAR Sprint Cup rookie class of 2016 arrives at the ideal time for the series. Jim Utter explains why, and gives the low-down on the five potential stars

Richard Petty Motorsports to bring back the No. 44

What’s old is new again at Richard Petty Motorsports.

Heroy selected by Richard Petty Motorsports as Brian Scott's crew chief

Chris Heroy will oversee Brian Scott’s inaugural season with Richard Petty Motorsports.

Brian Scott getting right to work in new home

Richard Petty Motorsports on Friday officially named Scott the driver of what is currently its No. 9 team in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Motorsport.com first reported the move earlier this week.

Brian Scott to replace Hornish at Richard Petty Motorsports in 2016

After a lengthy process, Richard Petty Motorsports has selected NASCAR Xfinity Series regular Brian Scott as the new driver of its No. 9 Fords in the Sprint Cup Series.

Scott, Wallace go at it on the track, off the track and on Twitter

Brian Scott and Darrell Wallace Jr. are not on good terms at the moment after an incident during Saturday night's Xfinity race at Kentucky Speedway.

Carl Edwards takes big hit from Brian Scott - video

Kyle Larson ignited second round of fireworks at Daytona as Brian Scott ends up underneath Carl Edwards' car.

Dillon pulls off the Daytona win

Austin Dillon continues his winning ways with first career victory at Daytona International Speedway.

Todd Parrott to oversee the No. 33 Sprint Cup team

Veteran crew chief to lead Richard Childress' part-time squad

Changes are coming to Richard Childress Racing

Crew chief swap in the works for Nos. 3 and 33 Sprint Cup teams.

Not the finish Kyle Busch needed

Busch knocked out of contention at Dover by Brian Scott.

Trouble starts early at Talladega

Brian Scott and Michael Waltrip taken out in early wreck.

Talladega, a race of opportunity for the underdogs of NASCAR

Will today belong to the underdogs of stock car racing, or will the usual suspects end up in Victory Lane?

Logano dominates at Bristol

Leading every lap in the 300 lap event, Joey Logano classed the field beating rookie Daniel Suarez and Chris Buescher to the line.

Circle Sport Racing gets relief

Penalties on the No. 33 Chevy reduced from P4 to P2.

Circle Sport Racing plans appeal

Team owner Joe Falk calls penalties stemming from rear suspension pieces "too severe".

BUSTED: The No. 33 Circle Sport Chevy popped with a P4 penalty

Slugger Labbe suspended for three races and fined $50,000.

Kevin Harvick kicks off Fontana weekend with Xfinity win

2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Kevin Harvick took home the win after dominating at Fontana, to start off this weekend the right way.

Joey Logano dominates in the desert

From repeated second place finisher back to victory lane, Joey Logano held off a challenge from Matt Kenneth to claim the win in Phoenix.

Harvick dominates at Las Vegas

Martin Truex Jr. and Ryan Newman were unable to run him down in the closing laps.

Annett searches for speed in the No. 33

Michael Annett is grateful to be racing this weekend.

Reversal of Fortune

Michael Annett to drive the No. 33 Pilot Chevy on Sunday

Kyle Busch's XFINITY race ends on a stretcher

Ten-car pile-up triggers second red-flag, Busch transported to local hospital.

SHR: Teamwork pays off at Daytona

Haas Automation driver helps teammate’s cause in Budweiser Duel

Wrecks and riff raff derail Daytona 500 hopes

Six teams load up after disappointing outing in the Duels.

Danica takes a detour in the Duel, has words with Hamlin

Patrick loses control but comes back and transfers into the 500.

What to watch for in the Sprint Unlimited

Tonight's exhibition race kicks off NASCAR's 2015 season.

RCR names Daytona 500 crew chiefs for Ty Dillon and Brian Scott

Todd Parrott and Slugger Labbe will be back on the pit box for Speedweeks.

Change is good for the Sprint Unlimited

Two segments and fan participation highlight new rules for NASCAR's season opener.

NASCAR expands Sprint Unlimited field

The grid for the pre-season exhibition race just got a little bigger.

Parrott joins RCR

Todd Parrott takes over as competition director for NXS program.

Roush Fenway Racing provides fresh start for Sadler

Elliott Sadler looks forward to reunion with Phil Gould

Kenseth edges Busch and Larson for Nationwide victory

NASCAR's secondary series has officially concluded their 2014 season.

Keselowski earns pole position for Nationwide finale

The final race of the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide (soon to be Xfinity) season is just about to begin.

NASCAR's substitute driver rule ... A flawed policy?

Clint Bowyer stepped in for a sick Elliott Sadler during the Nationwide race, finishing ninth.

Gaughan's NASCAR campaign continues with Richard Childress Racing

South Point Hotel & Casino extends sponsorship of the No. 62 RCR Chevy and driver Brendan Gaughan.

Keselowski comes back from tire failure to win at Charlotte

It was a wild night in Charlotte where big wrecks and tire issues stole the show.

Ty Dillon tops time trials at Kansas Speedway

Dillon posts his third pole in the No. 3 Richard Childress Racing Chevy in 2014

The 'Kyle Busch Show' comes to Dover

Kyle Busch dominated the Nationwide race en route to his 68th career victory in the series.

Gaughan earns first oval win in RCR 1-2-3 at Kentucky

A risky pass helped Brendan Gaughan steal the win in the closing laps at Kentucky Speedway.