Harry Scott Jr. is taking on a more significant and visible role at the newly renamed Turner Scott Motorsports.
Turner Scott Motorsports - home to the current Camping World Truck Series champion - has established itself as a launching pad for drivers looking to progress through NASCAR's farm system to the big leagues. It fields entries in the Truck and Nationwide series.
Scott became involved with owner Todd Braun at what was then Braun Racing as owner of the organization's No. 11 Brian Scott-driven Nationwide entry. Steve Turner purchased the assets of Braun Racing in September, 2010 and expanded his initial two-truck program to include both Truck and Nationwide entries. This year marks Turner's fourth season in NASCAR.
Scott entered the NASCAR community as a sponsor when his company AccuDoc Solutions supported Greg Biffle's effort in the All-Star race in May 2009. Scott's involvement escalated to owner of the No. 11 at Braun Racing and remained with the team following the Turner transition.
Along with defending Truck champion James Buescher, Turner is expected to field vehicles for Miguel Paludo, Jeb Burton and Justin Allgaier.