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To say the 2014 season has not started the way Danica Patrick envisioned is an understatement.
On Sunday the driver of the No. 10 Chevrolet SS of Stewart-Hass Racing crashed into Justin Allgaier and Travis Kvapil on Lap 172. Later she had a left-rear tire go down. She finished 36th.
It was not much better a week ago at Daytona when she crashed out of the season...
Phoenix Racing is now a name of the past, as on Wednesday new team owner Harry Scott Jr. announced on Facebook that Phoenix Racing has been renamed ....
Harry Scott Jr. is rebranding the race team he bought from James Finch last season into HScott Motorsports.
The team was previously called Phoenix Racing under Finch's ownership.
Scott bought the team in October from Finch and will field one full-time car for Justin Allgaier this season. Bobby Labonte will attempt to make the Daytona 500 in a car that has a partnership with...
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February 05, 2014
Dylan Kwasniewski will drive the No. 31 Chevrolet Camero of Turner Scott Motorsports this season in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
Kwasniewski comes with experience winning the 2012 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West championship and the 2013 K&N Pro Series East championship.
The first race for Kwasniewski will be the season opening race at Daytona International Speedway where he...
Definitely one of the smallest competitors in terms of height, Justin Allgaier has a bark that doesn’t match. He will not back down to other drivers and will race door to door with anyone out there. That kind of aggression will serve him well as he begins his first season[...]
Justin Allgaier has been named the driver for the #51 Phoenix Racing car.
Alliance truck parts is going to be a primary sponsor this season for Brad Keselowski and his Sprint Cup car for 8 races.
Love's Travel Stops is going to be a primary sponsor for 14 races for David Gilliland.
Will Kimmel is going to be in the #44 Nationwide Series car for 5 races.
It took a while but Phoenix Racing has finally confirmed that Justin Allgaier will be the driver of the No. 51 Brant Chevrolet SS during the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.
Allgaier has been a fixture in the Nationwide Series in recent years finishing fifth in the 2013 Nationwide Series standings. Last season he drove for Turner Scott Motorsports in the Nationwide Series, Harry...
Justin Allgaier has been named to drive the No . 51 Phoenix Racing BRANDT Chevrolet SS during the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.
Allgaier, 27, finished fifth in the Nationwide Series point standings in 2013 and will be joined by teammate Bobby Labonte, who will be driving the No. 52 for a limited amount of races this season, including the Daytona 500.
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Michael Annett #7 (Tommy Baldwin Racing)
Eric’s take: Annett moves up to the Sprint Cup ranks for his rookie season but I think it’s too soon. Annett needed another year in the Nationwide Series to really hone is skills. He’s improving but won’t be a factor in TBR in 2014.
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Luke’s take: Annett is part...
The champagne has dried and we have a champion for the 2013 Nationwide Series. Start ‘N’ Park Blog is taking a look back at the season that was by reviewing the top-10 finishing drivers. Today’s entry is Justin Allgaier who came home fifth in points. Stat Line Points Position: 5th Starts:[...]
Justin Allgaier led the way with a lap of 27.103 seconds in the final practice for the ServiceMaster 200 from Phoenix. Rounding out the top five was Kevin Harvick, Austin Dillon, Alex Bowman, and Michael Annett. Pos # Driver Team Time Behind 1 31 Justin Allgaier Brandt Chevrolet 27.103 Leader[...]
Harry Scott purchased Phoenix Racing and last week the No. 51 car took to the track at Chicagoland Speedway with Justin Allgaier behind the wheel.
James Finch’s time as a owner in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series was over.
A week later general manager Steve Barkdoll parted ways with the team.
“We accepted Steve’s resignation from Phoenix Racing and wish him the best going forward...
Phoenix Racing general manager Steve Barkdoll has parted ways with the NASCAR Sprint Cup team.
The move comes one week after new owner Harry Scott Jr., co-owner of Turner Scott Motorsports, formally took control of the No. 51 team formerly owned by James Finch.
The team made its debut under new ownership last Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway with Justin Allgaier behind the wheel...
Justin Allgaier will make his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut at his home-track, Chicagoland Speedway.
Allgaier, 27, hails from Riverton and will run both the Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series races this weekend at the 1.5 mile track located in Joliet, Illinois.
“Making my first start in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is a dream come true,” said Allgaier in a release. “I’ve been...
I got the opportunity to hangout between Justin Allgaier‘s and Austin Dillon‘s pit stop and since we know how I feel about those who are riding off family names versus riding on talent, I decided to watch the #31 Brandt Chevrolet team. Check out what 14.39 seconds looks like Justin Allgaier style:
Harry Scott has purchased Phoenix Racing and will give Justin Allgaier three starts in the No. 51 car to close out the 2013 season.
Scott says he has a driver in mind for the remaining seven races but did not comment who it could be.
NASCAR.com reports that:
The sale included the team’s shop in Spartanburg, S.C., and all its assets. Scott plans to keep the organization’s...
Harry Scott Jr. has reached an agreement to purchase Phoenix Racing from James Finch.
Scott will take over control of the Sprint Cup team on Sept. 10 and use Justin Allgaier behind the wheel of the No. 51 Chevrolet at Chicago. Allgaier will also drive at Charlotte and Talladega with sponsorship in all three races from Brandt.
Scott will continue as a partner with Nationwide Series...
Yard of Bricks…Justin Allgaier will be making his second career NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) start at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. In last year’s inaugural race, Allgaier started 14th and finished 12th at the famed 2.5-mile track.
This Week’s Camaro…This weekend the No. 31 Jason Leffler Tribute Chevrolet team will utilize chassis TSM-404. TSM-404 is a brand new chassis...
to run Sprint Cup races for Phoenix Racing.
Justin Allgaier will drive the No. 31 Chevrolet for Turner Scott Motorsports when the NASCAR Nationwide Series heads to Indianapolis this week. On that car will be a paint scheme commemorating the life of Jason Leffler.
Leffler drove for Turner Motorsportsin the Nationwide Series though the 2011 season. He was killed on June 12 when a suspension part broke in his Sprint car.
Returning Home…Allgaier will be making his seventh start at Chicagoland Speedway, his home track. The Riverton, Ill. native has one win (2011), two top-five and four top-10 finishes at the 1.5-mile track, finishing third in last year’s summer race. It’s also BRANDT’s home track. The professional agriculture company is located in Springfield, Ill., and they will host approximately...
New Hampshire…Allgaier will be making his fifth start at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS). He has three top-10 finishes at the 1.058-mile track, finishing eighth there last year. This weekend’s race marks the only time the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) will visit the track this season.
Crew Chief Returns Homes…This weekend is a “home” race for crew chief Scott Zipadelli...
Sunshine State…Justin Allgaier will make his tenth start at Daytona International Speedway (DIS). This weekend marks the final superspeedway race of the season for the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS). In Allgaier’s February DIS race earlier this season he qualified 14th and finished seventh. He has three top-10 and one top-5 finish in his four July starts at the famed 2.5-mile...
NASCAR Sprint Cup team owner James Finch has a letter of intent that takes effect on July 15 for the sale of Phoenix Racing.
"I have a date where I am either going to sell my stuff or either park it a week or two later," Finch said by phone Saturday morning. "Hopefully, the people will take the team and I can help them move forward."
Team owner Roger Penske gave AJ Allmendinger a second chance.
Now they both have a trophy to show for it -- and, perhaps, the foundation of a rebuilt racing career.
Allmendinger took the lead from Justin Allgaier with seven laps to go in regulation, then didn't get rattled through a late restart and two nerve-testing green-white-checkered overtime finishes, holding on to win...