* Brian Scott teams up with Braun Racing again this weekend... Brian Scott returns to the seat of the Braun Racing's No. 10 Toyota, which will once again carry AccuDoc Solutions as primary sponsor, this weekend at Auto Club Speedway in...
* Brian Scott teams up with Braun Racing again this weekend... Brian Scott returns to the seat of the Braun Racing's No. 10 Toyota, which will once again carry AccuDoc Solutions as primary sponsor, this weekend at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif.
The Idaho-native has four previous starts for Braun Racing including races at Nashville Superspeedway (April), Phoenix international Raceway, Richmond International Raceway (May) and Darlington Raceway. Scott is currently in his second year of full-time competition in the Camping World Truck Series for Xpress Motorsports. He captured his first career Truck Series win in June at Dover International Speedway.
* Scott Making his Seventh Nationwide Series start in 2009... This weekend's Copart 300 will mark Scott's seventh Nationwide Series start of the season.
* Despite being a rookie, Scott has some experience at Auto Club Speedway... Scott has made two previous starts at this track, both of which in the Camping World Truck Series. In 2008, Scott started 25th and 23rd. In February of this year, Scott started 13th but his efforts were thwarted by an early crash that ended his day.
Braun Racing has moved! The new shop is located at 112 Byers Creek Rd., Mooresville, NC 28117.
SCOTT ON JOINING FORCES WITH BRAUN RACING
I'm looking forward to climbing back into one of those Braun Racing machines. Every week they put strong contending cars on the racetrack and I expect this weekend will be no exception. I can't say enough about Stewart Cooper (crew chief) and the AccuDoc Solutions team. I'm ready to get on the track on Friday and work during the long practice session to make the No. 10 car perfect for Saturday's race. If we can put in a solid qualifying effort and run a smooth race, I see no reason we won't be able to bring home a top-five finish. That's my personal goal for this weekend."
the #10 Accudoc Solutions Camry chassis # BR033 -- nicknamed "Golden Child"
Scott drove this chassis earlier this season at Darlington Raceway -- started 21st / finished 20th
David Reutimann has driven "Golden Child" in three events including: Auto Club Speedway -- started 29th / finished 7thTH; Texas Motor Speedway -- started 20th / finished 9th; Chicagoland Speedway -- started 13th/ finished 8th
This is the same chassis that Kyle Busch piloted to victory lane at Lowe's Motor Speedway in May last season.