Truck Series regular Brian Scott will be making his sixth career start in the Nationwide Series for CJM Racing at Kansas Speedway.
Scott will be driving the No. 11 Ridemakerz Toyota, in Saturday afternoon's Kansas Lottery 300 and it'll be his second start for the team.
In his previous start for the team, he finished 30th at Bristol Motor Speedway, after running top 15 most of the race but was caught up in a wreck.
In his five previous starts in the series, his best finish was 15th place at Phoenix with Braun Racing.
With a fairly decent Camry, Scott should qualify top 25. Then he'll just need to run two log laps, stay out of trouble, and try to beat his best finish of 15th.
He'll be racing chassis No. 001—which is the team's work horse—having run races at Michigan, Kentucky, Chicago, both Nashville races, and collected one top 10 finish.
"I'm heading into Kansas with confidence. I've had some good runs there. The track fits my driving style."
"There are multiple grooves there, and it allows me the way I want to race. I'm looking forward to it."
It's rumored that CJM Racing, may be the team that Scott could possibly have an option to drive for in 2010 in the Nationwide. We should know soon what his plans are for next season.
CJM Racing is a second-year team, run full time in the Nationwide Series, and sit 17th in the owner points. All this despite releasing Scott Lagasse and switching drivers every race.
They also just transitioned to Toyotas this season, share technical alliance with Joe Gibbs Racing, and share technical information but also research and development.
Source: for quotes Catchfence.com
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