Brian Scott Joins Bill Davis Racing

Brian Scott

Bill Davis Racing announced today rookie sensation Brian Scott has signed on to drive a Bill Davis Racing NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Toyota Tundra for the entire 2009 season. The 20-year-old Boise, Idaho native has competed in 23 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races in the last two seasons.

Bill Davis Racing’s NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series program has been the most successful organization in the garage since joining the series in 2004. Since winning its first race in 2005, the organization has accumulated 22 victories. In the 61 starts since its first win, the team has a winning percentage of 36%. The High Point, North Carolina based operation has accumulated 91 top-five and 144 top-10 finishes along with 39 pole positions.

“We are excited about the addition of Brian Scott to our program," commented team owner Bill Davis. “Brian has done a great job this season learning what it takes to win in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series and we are looking forward to having him in one of our Toyota Tundra entries in 2009. Our two veteran drivers, Mike Skinner and Johnny Benson, have done a great job mentoring both Scott Speed and Michael Annett, and I think they will both take Brian [Scott] under their wing."

“I am very excited to join Bill Davis Racing for the 2009 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series season," Scott said. “When you look at the success that Bill Davis Racing has had with both veteran and young drivers alike it makes you feel honored to be chosen to be part of such a successful organization. I look forward to working with both Mike Skinner and Johnny Benson and learning as much as I can from two very talented and accomplished drivers."

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