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Brian Joseph Scott (born January 12, 1988) is an American former professional stock car racing driver.
Scott's father Joe "J.B." Scott is the owner of the Shore Lodge and Whitetail Club resorts in McCall, Idaho. Scott is also the great-grandson of Joe Albertson and Kathryn Albertson, the founders of the Albertsons enterprise. The companies have sponsored Scott for much of his career.
Scott married Whitney Kay in the offseason of 2014–2015 at Shore Lodge. She has a daughter, Brielle, from a previous relationship (with former racing driver Sean Caisse). The two of them have a son together.
Since the age of 12, Scott has been racing competitively. At the 360 Nationals in Alger, Washington, where he competed against an elite field of dirt racers and claimed a second-place finish. He was the first Idaho native to make his Daytona 500 debut last year.
Scott's father, JB, revealed that he had purchased the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team Xpress Motorsports, splitting time between USAR and Late Models. Scott made his NASCAR debut at the Smith's Las Vegas 350 in 2008 and finished second for Rookie of the Year. Albertsons became the team's new sponsor and finish the year off with five top-tens in the last seven races, including a second-place finish at the season-ending Ford 200. With a win in the 2009 AAA Insurance 200 at Dover International Speedway, he finished off his Truck career, with twenty top-tens, nine top-fives, and several runner up finishes. Scott won his second round of the NASCAR World Truck Series at Phoenix International Raceway on November 9, 2012, delivering Kyle Busch Motorsports their second victory of the season.
In 2009, his Nationwide Series debut, driving No. 7 for seven starts in the series. No. 10 and No. 1 in the United States. Braun Racing has a 11-1 record. Scott's first full season in the Countrywide Series began in 2010 with one top five and five top 10 finishes on the way to finish as the runner-up for Raybestos Rookie of the Year awards. In the Braun Racing No. 28, Scott attended the first 28 races. 11 but was suspended from the service when Steve Turner was hired. Scott was in the RAB Racing No. 4 for the season. 09.
Scott came from Joe Gibbs Racing in 2011 and drove No. 7 in No. 1. 11. His 2011 Nationwide Series career culminated in two top-five finishes, seven top-10 finishes, and one pole under the Joe Gibbs Racing banner. He also received the Featherlite Most Improved Driver of the Year award. In 2011, Scott came in eighth in the Nationwide Series point standings.
Scott and crew chief Kevin Kidd returned to the No. 1 after the No. 2 was reinstated. In 2012, the 11 team received a Dollar General sponsorship. In addition, Scott decided to drive the No. 2. In a few races, Kyle Busch Motorsports finished 18 in the Camping World Truck Series. Scott will finish 3rd at Dover in the Nationwide Series, and he will return to Victory Lane in the Truck Series at Phoenix. However, Scott will eventually be banned from JGR in favour of championship runner-up Elliott Sadler. Scott took over Sadler's former No. 9 position. Richard Childress Racing has a 2 ride.
After being eliminated by Kyle Busch on a late race revival, Scott earned his career best finish of 2nd at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 2013. Busch came back to second place only two laps later, and Scott had to settle for second. September Scott led 239 of 250 laps before being passed by Brad Keselowski and finishing second at Richmond International Raceway. Scott had a superb 2014 season, winning 23 top ten finishes and finishing 4th in the championship standings.
Scott would make his Sprint Cup debut in August 2013, the No. 93 has announced. In the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, RCR scored 33 points for RCR. Scott began the run in 19th and ended in 27th, four laps down. Scott returned to No. 1 on the charts. 33 in the 2014 Daytona 500. Scott led some laps and was collected in the big one late in the competition at Daytona. He tangled with Aric Almirola at Fontana a few weeks later, causing Scott to crash into Almirola's back, causing him to crash both cars.
Scott took his first sprint Cup pole in the 2014 Aaron's 499 in the 33nd Century at Talladega. Scott had run his fastest lap in round #2, but no one was able to beat the track record for a total of 5 rounds. Scott finished in the top 15 of the entire competition, but he was stopped in "The Big One" which hit with 45 laps to go.
Scott would drive the No. 10 when it was announced. RCR scored 29 points in the 2015 Daytona 500, but RCR scrapped plans to field the car for him right away. Rather, he was hired to drive the No. 57. 62 Chevrolet of Premium Motorsports has RCR assistance, but Shore Lodge has also funded the campaign. Scott was unable to qualify for the Daytona 500. Scott was then able to obtain the No. 1 slot on RCR's. The 33 entries for the next week in Atlanta will be posted. However, after Michael Annett failed to qualify, Scott decided against it in order to give the Sprint Cup regular driver points. Scott finished 13th at Las Vegas, his highest finish in the series, and his best finish in the series.
Richard Petty Motorsports revealed on December 9, 2015, Scott would overthrowrown Sam Hornish Jr.'s No. 1 in the series. The 2016 season will feature 9 riders. The car was later renumbered to No. No. No. 44 people died on average.
Scott began the 2016 season by collapsing on the last lap of his Can-Am Duel qualifying race. Scott earned his best 12th-place finish at Auto Club Speedway. He finished second on the back of Joey Logano's car in Talladega, despite a dismal 2016 with no top tens going into October. It was his first top ten and ten in his career, his first top ten for Richard Petty Motorsports and his best career finish.
Following the remainder of the 2016 season, Scott announced his retirement from NASCAR action on November 10, 2016. In his last NASCAR race at Homestead, Scott came in 15th.
Scott announced on July 3, 2017 that he would come out of retirement to drive the No. 301. Richard Childress Racing of Iowa and Kentucky exhibited three Chevrolet in July and September respectively. Scott took third place in his first race of the year, at Iowa.
Motorsports career results
(Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time) is the most important). Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. Most laps led.)
Season 1 is still in progress. Ineligible for series points based on points of interest.
(Bold): (Bold): This is the best old version of the pole position granted by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. (Most laps led) – Lynda.com – The most laps led.)