Found June 11, 2013 on Start 'N' Park Blog:
Brian Scott earned his sixth top-10 finish of the 2013 season at Iowa Speedway after starting third in Sunday morning’s Iowa Pioneer 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race. Scott battled among the leaders throughout the opening laps of the event. Once settling into his groove, the Boise, Idaho, native reported to crew chief Phil Gould that he was free in and off the corner. The caution flag was displayed on lap 50, which allowed Scott to make a trip down pit road for four fresh tires, fuel and a chassis adjustment. Racing resumed on lap 56 with the Richard Childress Racing driver lined up third. Laps ticked away while the skies became darker and rain eventually put the race under a red-flag condition. When track drying was complete, Scott took the green-flag in the third position with less than 100 laps remaining. Scott battled with the No. 32 car in the final stage of the race, ultimately taking the checkered flag in the sixth position. Start – 3 Finish – 6 Laps Led – 0 Points – 8th BRIAN SCOTT QUOTE: “We had a really strong car all afternoon, but just needed one more adjustment to get up there and contend for the lead. Phil (Gould, crew chief) and the guys did a good job on pit road. It was a strong finish for the No. 2 team and we’ll move on to Michigan International Speedway next weekend looking be just as good.” -Richard Childress Racing PR
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