This time, James Finch wasn't crying wolf.
On Wednesday, Finch finally sold Phoenix Racing after 23 seasons of competing in both NASCAR's Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series, according to the Panama City News Herald.
Although Finch would not confirm the buyer, sources say a corporation including Harry Scott, co-owner of Turner Scott Motorsports, is involved with the purchase.
Finch is expected to continue running the No. 51 Chevy team until the Chase begins. His last race is expected to be Sept. 7 at Richmond. With the exception of Watkins Glen, AJ Allmendinger will continue to drive the car before the transition.
Finch has provided opportunities for a lot of aspiring racers as well as veterans in the sunsets of their careers. Though Finch's cars earned 13 wins in the Nationwide Series, his sole Sprint Cup victory came in the 2009 Aaron's 499 at Talladega Superspeedway with Brad Keselowski behind the wheel. It was also Keselowski's first Cup win.
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