HScott Motorsports

HScott Motorsports is an auto racing team competing in NASCAR. The organization is owned by North Carolina businessman Harry Scott, Jr., a former owner of the defunct Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series team Turner Scott Motorsports (TSM). Scott is the owner of team sponsor AccuDoc Solutions.

See also:

Justin Marks

In 2015, HScott Motorsports owner Harry Scott, Jr. took control of TSM's K&N Pro Series East team, and partnered with Marks to field four cars under the banner HScott Motorsports with Justin Marks for Scott Heckert, William Byron, J.J. Haley, Dalton Sargeant, and Rico Abreu.

The Sprint Cup Series team was founded in 1990 as Phoenix Racing by Florida businessman James Finch, and named for his business Phoenix Construction.

The organization as currently constituted was formed when Harry Scott purchased Finch's Cup Series team in late 2013, and then took over the Xfinity and K&N Pro Series operations of TSM following the 2014 season. In the Sprint Cup Series, the team currently fields the No.

46 Pilot Flying J Chevrolet SS for Michael Annett and the No. 15 5-Hour Energy/PEAK Motor Oil Chevrolet SS for Clint Bowyer.

Scott also fields several teams in the K&N Pro Series East in a partnership with driver Justin Marks. The Xfinity Series program is currently operated out of Chip Ganassi Racing.

See also:

Chip Ganassi

The NASCAR and Sportscar division of the team was formed in 2001, when Ganassi bought the majority shareholder in Felix Sabates’ Team SABCO racing team. The team was re-christened Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates (CGRFS).

During 2008, Ganassi formed a partnership with Dale Earnhardt, Inc., merging their NASCAR operations in one outfit, co-owned by Ganassi, Sabates and Teresa Earnhardt, and raced under the name, Earnhardt Ganassi Racing.

However, in 2014, the partnership was absorbed by Ganassi and the team’s name reverted to Chip Ganassi Racing.

When Ganassi was asked why the team released her, he replied "Teresa was a good partner but she was no longer there. So I just bought her share of the team and reverted the name." Sabates is not connected to the IndyCar team.

Following sponsorship struggles, Phoenix Racing owner James Finch sold his Spartanburg, South Carolina-based operation to Harry Scott, Jr. in mid-2013, with Finch's last race as an owner at the Atlanta Labor Day Event in September. Ryan Truex (who had driven for Phoenix at Bristol earlier in the year) drove Scott's first race as owner at Richmond, finishing 35th.

Although the team used the old Phoenix Racing font for the first race, for his second race Scott's ownership was displayed by changing the paint scheme and number style of the car to match those used by Turner Scott Motorsports.

In addition, on February 5, 2014, Scott announced that Phoenix Racing would be renamed to HScott Motorsports.

(Source: Wikipedia)