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HScott Motorsports was an American professional stock car racing team that last competed in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, the Xfinity Series, the K&N Pro Series East and the ARCA Racing Series. The organization was owned by North Carolina businessman Harry Scott Jr., a former owner of the defunct Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series team Turner Scott Motorsports (TSM). Scott was the owner of team sponsor AccuDoc Solutions.[1]

HScott Motorsports
HScott Motorsports logo.png
Owner(s)Harry Scott Jr.
BaseMooresville, North Carolina
SeriesSprint Cup Series
Xfinity Series
K&N Pro Series East
ARCA Racing Series
Race driversSprint Cup Series:
Clint Bowyer, Michael Annett, Bobby Labonte, Justin Allgaier, Kyle Larson, Brennan Poole, Justin Marks, Dylan Kwasneski, Justin Haley, Harrison Burton, Hunter Baize, Tyler Dippel, William Byron, Ben Rhodes
SponsorsSprint Cup Series:
15. 5-Hour Energy, Aaron's, Visine, PEAK, AccuDoc Solutions
46. Pilot Flying J, Allstate Peterbilt, Northland Oil & Lubricants
K&N Pro Series East:
5. Braun Auto
12. DEX Imaging/Konica Minolta
13. Bicycle Playing Cards/Pine Mountain Firelogs
38. East West Marine/TyCar
ManufacturerChevrolet
Opened2013
Closed2016
Career
DebutSprint Cup Series:
2013 Federated Auto Parts 400 (Richmond)
Xfinity Series:
2015 Alert Today Florida 300 (Daytona)
Latest raceSprint Cup Series:
2016 Ford EcoBoost 400 (Homestead)
Xfinity Series:
2015 Ford EcoBoost 300 (Homestead)
Races competedTotal: 351
Sprint Cup Series: 189
Xfinity Series: 33
K&N Pro Series East: 126
ARCA Racing Series: 3
Drivers' ChampionshipsTotal: 2
Sprint Cup Series: 0
Xfinity Series: 0
K&N Pro Series East: 2
Race victoriesTotal: 11
Sprint Cup Series: 0
Xfinity Series: 1
K&N Pro Series East: 10
Pole positionsTotal: 11
Sprint Cup Series: 0
Xfinity Series: 0
K&N Pro Series East: 11

The Sprint Cup Series team was founded in 1990 as Phoenix Racing by Florida businessman James Finch, and named for his business Phoenix Construction. The organization as currently constituted was formed when Harry Scott purchased Finch's Cup Series team in late 2013, and then took over the Xfinity and K&N Pro Series operations of TSM following the 2014 season. In the Sprint Cup Series, the team last fielded the No. 15 5-Hour Energy/Aaron's/Visine/PEAK Chevrolet SS full-time for Clint Bowyer and the No. 46 Pilot Flying J SS full-time for Michael Annett. Scott also fielded several teams in the K&N Pro Series East in a partnership with driver Justin Marks, winning the 2015 and 2016 Championships. The Xfinity Series program has since been moved to Chip Ganassi Racing.

The team sold their charter in December 2016 and eventually shut down the Cup and K&N teams for 2017.[2] Months later, on August 2, 2017, Harry Scott, Jr. died.[3]

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Sprint Cup SeriesEdit

Car No. 15 historyEdit

Following sponsorship struggles, longtime Phoenix Racing owner James Finch sold his Spartanburg, South Carolina-based operation to Harry Scott, Jr. in mid-2013,[1] with Finch's last race as an owner at the Atlanta Labor Day Event in September. Scott continued to use the number 51, Finch's longtime car number.

Ryan Truex (who had driven for Phoenix at Bristol earlier in the year) drove Scott's first race as owner at Richmond, finishing 35th (With sponsor SeaWatch Intl.). Although the team used the old Phoenix Racing number font for the first race, for his second race Scott's ownership was displayed by changing the paint scheme and number style of the car to match those used by Turner Scott Motorsports (Scott's Xfinity series team at the time). In addition, on February 5, 2014, Scott announced that Phoenix Racing would be renamed to HScott Motorsports.[4]

Scott's Nationwide Series driver Justin Allgaier drove the car with BRANDT Agricultural sponsorship at Chicagoland, Kansas, Talladega and Phoenix.[1][5]

Kyle Larson, Allgaier's teammate at Turner Scott who was set to take over the No. 42 car the next year at Chip Ganassi Racing, drove the car at Charlotte, Martinsville and Homestead with an inverted white and red Target scheme.[6] He also drove at Texas with VisitDallas.com on the car.

Larson started 21st at Charlotte, but a late engine failure relegated him to a 37th-place finish.[7] Michael McDowell would run the car at New Hampshire (Finished 30th with sponsor SEM Products), and Truex made his third start for the team at his home track Dover (Finished 32nd with sponsor Shooters Sporting Center). Allgaier would have a best finish of 24th at Talladega, while Larson would have the team's best finish a 15th at Homestead, while also leading the team's first lap.

 
Justin Allgaier at Sonoma in 2015.

The team announced following the season that Allgaier would drive the No. 51 and compete for Rookie of the Year honors in 2014 with crew chief Steve Addington. Allgaier finished third in the ROTY standings behind Kyle Larson and Austin Dillon and 29th in the standings. His best finish was 15th at Charlotte and Homestead. The team failed to qualify for a single race, the GEICO 500 at Talladega in the fall, due to an unusual qualifying session that also saw another full-time driver also miss the race. The team had Brandt as the primary sponsor for 22 races with Scott's Accu-Doc Solutions being the sponsor for 5 races. The team had sponsors Auto-Owners Insurance, Sherwin-Williams, SEM Products, HendrickCars.com, Carcoon Airflow, Collision Cure Body Werks and VisitDallas.com filling in the rest of the schedule.

Allgaier returned to the team in 2015, with Brandt continuing to sponsor the team. He successfully qualified for the first two races of the season. Allgaier crashed during the 2015 Daytona 500 but rebounded a few weeks later at Phoenix. He was lapped on lap 56 during the 2015 Camping World.com 500 at Phoenix. Despite this, thanks to a strategy call by crew chief Addington, Allgaier got back onto the lead lap and raced his way into the top ten by the time there were 35 laps to go. After contact with Tony Stewart, Allgaier faded in the final 5 laps, finishing 18th. The next week at Fontana, he repeated his Phoenix performance, running as high as 8th and finishing 12th-his best finish at the time. A few weeks later, at Bristol, Allgaier ran well all race, even up in the top 5 at one point. Allgaier ended up finishing 8th, his first Cup top 10, and the first for HScott Motorsports as well. The team's good performance started to fade during the summer and Allgaier finished 30th in points. Also sponsoring the 51 that season was Auto-Owners Insurance, FOE.com, Switch Hitch, Accu-Doc Solutions, SEM products, TradeMark Nitrogen, Flipping Ships, and Texas Lottery.

Parting ways with HScott Motorsports after the 2015 season, Allgaier took Brandt and returned to the Xfinity Series for JR Motorsports in 2016. Clint Bowyer was tabbed as Allgaier's replacement as Bowyer was a free agent due to his team Michael Waltrip Racing shutting doors after the 2015 season. Bowyer brought sponsorship from 5-Hour Energy, Visine, Aaron's and PEAK with him as well as the number 15.[8] Scott's own Accu-Doc Solutions was on the car for 4 races. This was a temporary one-season move for Bowyer, as a holdout before moving to Stewart-Haas Racing for 2017. The team struggled early in the season when the expected help from SHR never materialized.[9]

Despite having a rough start to the season, Bowyer turned things around in April when he finished 8th at Bristol. He then finished 7th at Talladega, the best finish for HSM and later followed that with a 9th at Daytona. Even with the terrible start to the season Bowyer would finish 27th in points (The 15 was 28th in Owner points).

After the season ended, Clint Bowyer announced that he would be suing HScott Motorsports for 2.2 million dollars in prize money and commission.[10] Both parties would settle the dispute a week later.[11] On December 5, with no viable sponsor/driver options for 2017, Harry Scott announced that he had sold the No. 15 charter to Premium Motorsports and closed his operation.[12] One of HScott's cars from the #15 team was later bought by MBM Motorsports in the off-season, in which MBM would use it to participate as a part-time team in the 2017 season.

Car No. 15 resultsEdit

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Owners Pts
2013* Ryan Truex 51 Chevy DAY PHO LVS BRI CAL MAR TEX KAN RCH TAL DAR CLT DOV POC MCH SON KEN DAY NHA IND POC GLN MCH BRI ATL RCH
35
DOV
32
30th 633
Justin Allgaier CHI
27
KAN
39
TAL
24
PHO
31
Michael McDowell NHA
30
Kyle Larson CLT
37
MAR
42
TEX
23
HOM
15
2014 Justin Allgaier DAY
27
PHO
30
LVS
31
BRI
17
CAL
28
MAR
23
TEX
24
DAR
23
RCH
21
TAL
27
KAN
36
CLT
37
DOV
26
POC
27
MCH
16
SON
33
KEN
24
DAY
25
NHA
37
IND
27
POC
16
GLN
17
MCH
42
BRI
19
ATL
26
RCH
28
CHI
27
NHA
20
DOV
29
KAN
41
CLT
15
TAL
DNQ
MAR
17
TEX
20
PHO
37
HOM
15
29th 636
2015 DAY
37
ATL
20
LVS
31
PHO
18
CAL
12
MAR
42
TEX
39
BRI
8
RCH
18
TAL
23
KAN
30
CLT
43
DOV
42
POC
20
MCH
27
SON
35
DAY
18
KEN
24
NHA
40
IND
37
POC
24
GLN
19
MCH
29
BRI
12
DAR
33
RCH
25
CHI
23
NHA
39
DOV
27
CLT
40
KAN
26
TAL
42
MAR
13
TEX
28
PHO
17
HOM
36
30th 588
2016 Clint Bowyer 15 DAY
33
ATL
35
LVS
22
PHO
31
CAL
18
MAR
25
TEX
38
BRI
8
RCH
33
TAL
7
KAN
19
DOV
12
CLT
23
POC
18
MCH
23
SON
40
DAY
9
KEN
23
NHA
24
IND
21
POC
26
GLN
18
BRI
31
MCH
40
DAR
22
RCH
22
CHI
22
NHA
22
DOV
24
CLT
17
KAN
26
TAL
18
MAR
28
TEX
25
PHO
24
HOM
23
27th 628
  • 2013 stats started after Scott complete took the ownership of No. 51 from Phoenix Racing before Richmond (fall) race.

Car No. 46 historyEdit

It was announced prior to the 2014 season that former Phoenix Racing owner James Finch would return to field a part-time entry numbered 52 with HScott for Bobby Labonte, beginning with the Daytona 500.[13] Labonte ran the second HScott car during preseason Daytona testing using Scott's TSM number style,[14] then used Finch's traditional Phoenix Racing number style and paint scheme during the Daytona 500. The team picked up sponsorship from the Florida Lottery, and Labonte finished a solid 15th.[15] The team did not run the rest of the season.

 
Michael Annett's No. 46 at qualifying for the 2015 Toyota/Save Mart 350

In late January 2015 Michael Annett brought his longtime primary sponsor Pilot Flying J, as well as sponsors Cypress Associates, Allstate Peterbilt, Northland Oil & Lubricants, Switch Hitch, Sherwin-Williams, TMC Transportation, Multiprens USA and EFS (Electronic Funds Source), to drive a second HSM car full-time after running his rookie season with Tommy Baldwin Racing. The car number was later revealed to be No. 46[16] and Jay Guy was announced as crew chief.[17] Annett finished 13th at the season-opening Daytona 500. He failed to qualify for next race at Atlanta, one of 13 drivers to not pass inspection and set a time during qualifying. Shortly after, HScott was given a second chance after Xfinity Series regular Brian Scott gave up his seat in the No. 33 Circle Sport Racing Chevrolet. The car was wrapped in Pilot Flying J colors, and Circle Sport owner Joe Falk was credited with owner's points under NASCAR rules.[18] During the 2015 season, Annett had a rough season and he also missed the fall Talladega race. Other than Daytona, Annett's best finish was 23rd at Bristol, Kansas and Martinsville. Annett finished 36th in points with the 46 finishing 38th in Owner points.

Annett returned for 2016, with primary sponsorship from Pilot Flying J and sponsorship from Allstate Peterbilt, Northland Oil & Lubricants, Multiprens USA and EFS (Electronic Funds Source). At Watkins Glen, the 46 featured the St. Jude Iowa Tournament of Hope. HScott entering into an agreement for a short-term lease of Premium Motorsports' charter, guaranteeing a starting spot for the team and Annett in every race.[19] In July, HSM in an attempt to improve performance hired Mike Hillman Jr. as the 46's crew chief.[20] Annett missed the August Bristol race due to flu-like symptoms and was replaced by Justin Allgaier, who finished 40th after a crash.[21] Annett and HSM struggled all season with a best finish of 20th in July at Daytona and they finished 36th in points. On November 5, Annett and his sponsors announced that they were leaving HSM for JR Motorsports in 2017.[22] HScott Motorsports would shut down in December.[12]

Car No. 46 resultsEdit

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Owners Pts
2014 Bobby Labonte 52 Chevy DAY
15
PHO LVS BRI CAL MAR TEX DAR RCH TAL KAN CLT DOV POC MCH SON KEN DAY NHA IND POC GLN MCH BRI ATL RCH CHI NHA DOV KAN CLT TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM 46th 54
2015 Michael Annett 46 DAY
13
ATL
DNQ
LVS
39
PHO
42
CAL
38
MAR
39
TEX
40
BRI
23
RCH
33
TAL
29
KAN
23
CLT
32
DOV
41
POC
34
MCH
30
SON
33
DAY
37
KEN
30
NHA
36
IND
30
POC
26
GLN
31
MCH
35
BRI
43
DAR
39
RCH
43
CHI
34
NHA
29
DOV
37
CLT
25
KAN
34
TAL
DNQ
MAR
23
TEX
31
PHO
32
HOM
30
38th 398
2016 DAY
27
ATL
30
LVS
30
PHO
33
CAL
29
MAR
35
TEX
32
BRI
31
RCH
36
TAL
38
KAN
32
DOV
37
CLT
36
POC
38
MCH
28
SON
36
DAY
20
KEN
26
NHA
38
IND
28
POC
29
GLN
37
MCH
33
DAR
28
RCH
31
CHI
33
NHA
40
DOV
33
CLT
24
KAN
32
TAL
33
MAR
35
TEX
32
PHO
26
HOM
28
37th 328
Justin Allgaier BRI
40

Xfinity SeriesEdit

HScott Motorsports with Chip GanassiEdit

Car No. 42 historyEdit

 
The No. 42, driven by Justin Marks, at Road America in 2015

Following financial issues with co-owner Steve Turner that led to the dissolution of Turner Scott Motorsports, Scott found a new partner in the team, Chip Ganassi (whose drivers Kyle Larson and Dylan Kwasniewski drove for TSM), to field a single Xfinity Series entry under the name HScott Motorsports with Chip Ganassi. The team (led by crew chief Mike Shiplett) ran out of the Chip Ganassi Racing shop, with Larson,[23] Brennan Poole,[24] and Justin Marks sharing the ride. Kwasniewski did not return to the team due to lack of sponsorship.[25] Larson began with an eighth-place finish at the season opener at Daytona. Poole made his Xfinity Series debut at Las Vegas, finishing 9th. The team had some struggles during this season, but Larson managed to win the season finale at Homestead, after leading 118 laps and passing Austin Dillon with four laps to go.[26] Larson had sponsorship during the season from Eneos (8 races), ParkerStore (2 races), Crest (2 races), Accu-Doc Solutions and Dixie Chopper/Big Machine Records. Larson would also finish the season with four Top 5s and nine Top 10s while leading 175 laps. Poole would run 17 races with DC Solar sponsorship and he had Top 10s at Las Vegas (9th) and Loudon (10th). Marks would run the road course races at Mid-Ohio (Linksys sponsored, finished 15th) and Road America (Ganassi Sound Garage sponsored, finished 7th). The 42 would finish 15th in Owners points.

The team became fully operated by Ganassi for 2016.[27]

K&N Pro SeriesEdit

 
William Byron at Sonoma in the K&N Pro Series West in 2015.

For 2015, Harry Scott, Jr. took control of the K&N Pro Series East operation of the now-defunct Turner Scott Motorsports. Scott partnered with Justin Marks to field five Chevrolet teams under the name HScott Motorsports with Justin Marks with returning driver Scott Heckert (#34 Project Lifesaver) and rookies William Byron (#9 Liberty University), J. J. Haley (#5 Braun Auto), and Dalton Sargeant (#51 Galt).[23] Following his win at the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals, 22-year-old Rico Abreu was signed to drive the team's 98 car (Accu-Doc Solutions/GoPro Motorplex) in January 2015.[28][29] Byron scored four wins and three poles en route to the 2015 series championship.[30] Heckert (2 wins/2 poles) finished 2nd in points, Sargeant finished 4th in points, Abreu (1 win/3 poles) finished 5th in points and Haley finished 6th in points.

2015 featured HScott Motorsports with Justin Marks sending three Chevrolet teams (#52 Galt- Dalton Sargeant, #91 Liberty University- William Byron, #05 Braun Auto Group- J.J. Haley) to compete in the K&N Pro Series West at Sonoma and Phoenix. Respectively Sargeant would finish 2nd/4th, Byron would finish 5th/2nd and Haley would finish 3rd/21st along with winning the pole at Phoenix.[31]

In 2016, the East program added Harrison Burton, the son of NASCAR on NBC commentator and former driver Jeff Burton, who began driving the No. 12 DEX Imaging/Konica Minolta Chevrolet for the team.[32]

The team added Tyler Dippel (#38 East West Marine/TyCar) and Hunter Baize (#13 Bicycle Playing Cards/Pine Mountain Firelogs), who competed for Rookie of the Year alongside Burton. Haley (#5 Braun Auto Group) returned in 2016[33] and ended the year as the 2016 series champion after winning two races, two poles with 13 Top 5s and finishing in the top ten in all 14 races, the only driver to do so in series history.[34] Dippel (1 win) finished 3rd in points, Baize finished 4th in points and Burton (1 pole) finished 7th in points.

On December 5, 2016, HScott Motorsports announced that with no viable driver/sponsor options for 2017 that it was closing its Cup operation. In conjunction with that the K&N operation also shut down.[35][36]

ARCA Racing SeriesEdit

In 2015, HSM would field J.J. Haley in a limited schedule in the No. 74 Braun Auto Group/BraunAbility Chevrolet in the ARCA Racing Series. He would run at IRP and twice at Salem Speedway. The team's best start was a 2nd at Salem with a best finish of 4th happening at Salem and IRP.

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