Brian Scott1988-01-12 (age 33)
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In November of 2016, Brian Scott announced that he would retire from NASCAR competition at the age of 28.
On Friday, Richard Petty Motorsports confirmed it would field only one full-time entry in NASCAR’s premier series in 2017.
Restrictor-plate racing makes for strange bedfellows.
NASCAR driver Tony Stewart has a meeting with series officials following Sunday night’s Southern 500 after he wrecked Brian Scott.
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.
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.
Only a handful of cars went out on track during Thursday's pre-Duel practice session with no pack forming.
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.
What’s old is new again at Richard Petty Motorsports.
Chris Heroy will oversee Brian Scott’s inaugural season with Richard Petty Motorsports.
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.
Veteran crew chief to lead Richard Childress' part-time squad
Will today belong to the underdogs of stock car racing, or will the usual suspects end up in Victory Lane?
Danica Patrick will roll off first in qualifying.
Erik Jones, at the age of 18, is a NASCAR XFINITY race-winner.
Slugger Labbe suspended for three races and fined $50,000.
2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Kevin Harvick took home the win after dominating at Fontana, to start off this weekend the right way.
Patrick loses control but comes back and transfers into the 500.
Todd Parrott and Slugger Labbe will be back on the pit box for Speedweeks.
Elliott Sadler looks forward to reunion with Phil Gould
Coming off a career-best season in the Nationwide Series, Scott is ready to start 2015.
NASCAR's secondary series has officially concluded their 2014 season.
Clint Bowyer stepped in for a sick Elliott Sadler during the Nationwide race, finishing ninth.
Kyle Busch held off Joey Logano to win the Nationwide race.
South Point Hotel & Casino extends sponsorship of the No. 62 RCR Chevy and driver Brendan Gaughan.
It was a wild night in Charlotte where big wrecks and tire issues stole the show.
Busch got to the finish line 2.545 seconds ahead of Joey Logano
The Richard Childress Racing team stole the show.
A risky pass helped Brendan Gaughan steal the win in the closing laps at Kentucky Speedway.
Kevin Harvick held on against Kyle Larson and Kyle Busch to earn the victory.
Kyle Busch led from start to finish in Friday night's NASCAR Nationwide Series race.
Kevin Harvick was unstoppable
Roush-Fenway Racing's Chris Buescher took the victory in today's race at Mid-Ohio.
Brad Keselowski spoiled the party for the Nationwide regulars in Iowa tonight, claiming his third win of the year.
it doesn't get much better than having your first win be at Indianapolis.
Chase Elliott held off a late charge by Trevor Bayne to win the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Chicagoland Speedway.