XFINITY: Scott Coming Out Of Retirement For Two Races With RCR

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Brian Scott will come back to the NASCAR XFINITY Series for two races this fall. (NASCAR photo)

WELCOME, N.C. — Brian Scott will come briefly out of retirement and return to Richard Childress Racing to pilot the No. 3 Chevrolet for two races in the NASCAR XFINITY Series this season.

After announcing his NASCAR retirement at the end of last year to move home to Idaho with his family, Scott will make a brief return to the sport with his former team to pilot the No. 3 Chevrolet for the second race at Iowa Speedway on July 29 and the race at Kentucky Speedway on Sept. 23.

“Everyone at RCR is pleased to have Brian Scott back in one of our cars, even if it’s only for a couple of races,” said Richard Childress, Chairman and CEO of RCR. “He is a great friend of the company and did well for us in the past. We appreciate that he’s going to come out of retirement to drive our No. 3 Chevrolet. I have no doubt that once Brian is behind the wheel again, he will have the same desire to win that he’s had in the past.”

Daniel Defense, a leading manufacturer of premium firearms, rail systems and accessories, joined RCR at the start of the season to sponsor the No. 3 Chevrolet in select races.

These two races with Scott will be Daniel Defense’s final primary sponsorship races of the year, but their associate sponsorship will continue throughout 2017.

Prior to his retirement, Scott drove three full-time XFINITY seasons for RCR from 2013-2015. His best finish in the championship point standings was fourth in 2014.

“I’m looking forward to climbing back into a RCR Chevrolet,” said Brian Scott. “Iowa and Kentucky were good tracks for our team. I have no doubt that with the advanced engineering and work they’ve put into their programs since then that we will be even stronger. These two races are all about having fun and, I hope, getting the No. 3 team to Victory Lane.”

CREDIT: Richard Childress Racing

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