Event: Kansas 400
Date: Sunday, October 18, 2015
Venue: Kansas Speedway – Kansas City, Kan.
No. 33 Shore Lodge Chevrolet SS
Event Preview Fact Sheet
This Week’s Shore Lodge Chevrolet SS at Kansas Speedway … Brian Scott is scheduled to pilot chassis No. 503 in Sunday’s Kansas 400 at Kansas Speedway. This Chevrolet SS is a new chassis to the No. 33 fleet and made its debut at Chicagoland Speedway where Scott qualified 21st and finished 22nd in his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start at the 1.5-mile track.
Kansas Statistics … Scott will be making his first Sprint Cup Series start at Kansas Speedway this weekend and 16th Series start. In six XFINITY Series starts at Kansas, Scott has an average starting position of 7.7 and an average finish of 17.5 with four laps led and one top-10 finish. Scott has two NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts earning one top-five and one top-10 finish, three laps led, an average starting position of 9.0 and an average finishing position of 8.5.
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Double Duty … In addition to competing at Kansas Speedway in the Sprint Cup Series this weekend, Scott is scheduled to drive the No. 2 Shore Lodge Chevrolet Camaro in the XFINITY Series race on Saturday, October, 17. The Kansas 400 is live on NBC TV on Sunday at 2:15 p.m. ET. The Kansas Lottery 300 is live on NBC Sports Network at 4 p.m. on Saturday.
Race Rewind … In his eighth Sprint Cup Series starts in the No. 33 Shore Lodge Chevrolet this season, Scott finished 22nd at Chicagoland Speedway after starting 21st and battling in and around the top 20 for the 400-mile event.
BRIAN SCOTT QUOTE:
How do you like the new Digital Dash?
“It is definitely futuristic and neat. It’s bringing a different element to the drivers for a different way to look at information. I didn’t like the way I had it configured at Chicagoland Speedway, especially with pit road and maintaining pit road speed. It’s an adjustment and it’ll take some time to perfect, but I already know of some changes that I want for this weekend. It gives you a lot of options and personalization that you can do.”