Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 10/2/14

FORT WORTH, TX - NOVEMBER 06: Jeff Burton (L), driver of the Caterpillar Chevrolett, talks with team owner Richard Childress (R) in the garage during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway on November 6, 2010 in Fort Worth, Texas. (Photo by Rusty Jarrett/Getty Images for NASCAR)
This Week’s Shore Lodge Chevrolet at Daytona International Speedway… Scott will pilot a brand new chassis from the Richard Childress Racing Nationwide Series stable for Saturday’s DRIVE4COPD 300. Welcome To the Team Brian Scott… Brian Scott joins RCR and will climb into the driver’s seat of the No. 2 Shore Lodge Camaro this Saturday at Daytona International Speedway. The Boise, Idaho native enters his fourth year of Nationwide Series competition with 109 series starts under his belt, one pole, five top-five and 23 top-10 finishes. Daytona History… The 25-year-old driver has six previous starts at “The World Center of Racing”. His best start of ninth came in the July 2012 event.  He scored his best finish of 12th in the July 2011 event. Additionally, he has two Truck Series starts to his credit, finishing ninth in the series’ 2008 event. Welcome Aboard Shore Lodge…Shore Lodge will serve as primary sponsor for Scott and the No. 2 team in 2013. Set on the southern shore of Payette Lake in McCall, Idaho, four seasons of adventure await at this idyllic location. A family favorite since 1948, the travel destination allows guests to enjoy the spectacular views, friendly service and generous accommodations at the lake front resort. Shore Lodge serves as the perfect mixture of adventure and luxury featuring 26 spa adventures, fitness studio, golf privileges at Whitetail Club, jet skiing, and a private beach for guests. Gould’s Turn on Top the Box …10-year veteran RCR crew member, Phil Gould, will take over crew chief duties for the No. 2 Shore Lodge team in 2013. The Kendall Park, N.J native, spent the 2012 season as car chief for the No. 2 Nationwide Series team, which ended the season runner up in the series’ point standings. Gould also served as car chief for Kevin Harvick and the No. 29 Cup crew earning notable victories at Daytona International Speedway and at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the Coca-Cola 600. No. 2 in the Nationwide Series… For more than a decade the No. 2 has appeared on Nationwide Series entry lists earning championships, wins, pole awards with veterans and future Sprint Cup stars behind the wheel. Kevin Harvick first piloted the No. 2 Chevy in his NNS debut in a single race in 1999. Harvick earned Rookie of the Year honors and won three events in his first full season of competition in 2000, following up his rookie season by winning the 2001 series championship. Another young driver, Clint Bowyer, took the reins in 2005 for the next three years bringing RCR its second Nationwide Series title.  Other drivers who have climbed aboard the No. 2 have included Austin Dillon, Sean Caisse, Ron Hornaday, Johnny Sauter, Kenny Wallace and Elliot Sadler. Everyone who has competed in full-time Nationwide Series seasons have found their way to victory lane during their time in the No. 2 Chevrolet. No. 2 has visited victory lane 21 times over the years while earning 19 pole awards. What’s your immediate focus in 2013 with the new team? “Our immediate forcus is to be consistent, finish races. We want to make it through Daytona (International Speedway) with a top five or top-10 finish. It seems so often that teams who don’t get off to a good start have trouble climbing out of a hole, especially if you start off with a bad race. If we can get through the first five races and are right there in the top five in points that would be a huge success.” Thoughts on driving the new Camaro? “It’s awesome to drive a name plate like the Camaro; it’s such an iconic muscle car in American history. My parents were always huge Camaro fans growing up, so they’re excited that I get to drive a Camaro. It’s a great to be a part of anything new in NASCAR, to be a part of the Camaro coming into the Nationwide Series is a real honor.” -Richard Childress Racing PR
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