Brian Scott qualified 22nd and stayed out of trouble throughout the Ford EcoBoost 400 to finish respectably in 15th.
Brian Scott has finished in the 30s in his last five efforts on short, flat tracks.
Richard Petty Motorsports and Brian Scott today announced Scott, driver of the No. 44 Richard Petty Motorsports Ford, will retire from full-time competition in NASCAR at the end of the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.
With 34 minute remaining in practice for the Goody's Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway, Brian Scott slapped the wall with the right rear of his car.
Brian Scott finished second in the Hellmann's 500 at Talladega SuperSpeedway, which is his career best finish.
Brian Scott posted the second quickest 10-lap average in the first practice for the Hellmann's 500 at Talladega SuperSpeedway behind Greg Biffle.
Brian Scott has failed to finish four of seven career races on restrictor-plate, superspeedways.
Brian Scott has a best finish of 22nd on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks while driving for Richard Petty Motorsports. He would count the Bank of America 500 as a success if he could finish in the top 20
Brian Scott and Aric Almirola were the first two drivers outside of the top 24 cutoff for round two of qualification at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the Bad Boy Off Road 300. Scott will start 25th with a lap of 132.966 mph; Almirola lines up 26th with a lap of 132.887 mph.
Brian Scott has been running at the end of 11/12ths of the similarly-configured, 1.5-mile track races he has started. His only failure to finish came in the most recent event on this track type at Kentucky Speedway.
Brian Scott made it through most of Darlington Raceway’s two practices cleanly. He earned his Darlington Stripe with about one minute remaining.
Brian Scott is heading the wrong direction on NASCAR’s Cup short tracks. He finished 22nd last fall at Richmond International Raceway, was 26th this spring at Martinsville Speedway, 30th at Bristol Motor Speedway, and 35th when the series returned to Richmond in April.
From Pocono Raceway’s June event through the New Hampshire 301, Brian Scott finished in the 30s in six consecutive races. He has not set the world on fire in the past three events, but has arrested his slide to score three straight results in the mid-20s.