Harry Scott discusses plans for #51 team From an interview at Frontstretch: "Right now, I'm sitting at Phoenix Racing. We're fortunate enough to be in a position that we have secured substantial sponsorship for next year and we know we'll be running full-time. We know we're going to be able to raise the bar and continue to be increasingly more competitive. There's enough sponsorship where we'll be able to make the investments in infrastructure and people and those kinds of things to be more successful, with an eye towards a longer-term goal of being a championship contender. We will more than likely have a single driver in the seat next year, but we may occasionally run a second Cup car in select races, which will obviously be with a different driver.
James (Finch) has expressed an interest in running some races and partnering on some races as well. He doesn't want to totally get out; he just wanted to spend some more time with his eight-year-old, and frankly, I think he was just burnt out from attending a race every weekend for the last however many years. This year, we're probably going to run Larson in the #51 some to give him Cup experience, and we've got Michael McDowell in it this weekend; we're excited about that. We'll have Ryan Truex in the car at Dover. I think Dover will be a good one for him. He should have a really good shot to show what he's made of." Frontstretch
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