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- McDowell and Justin Marks currently own a karting facility called the GoPro Motorplex, located 30 miles north of Charlotte, North Carolina.
- It was later announced that road course ringer Justin Marks would pilot the car at Sonoma and the Charlotte Roval with sponsorship from the Sufferfest Beer Company.
- He continued to run most of the Cup schedule, running the entirety of the summer schedule save for the Sonoma Raceway event, where Justin Marks drove.
- Scott also fielded several teams in the K&N Pro Series East in a partnership with driver Justin Marks, winning the 2015 and 2016 Championships.
- On October 7, he announced that he will join Justin Marks' new Trackhouse Racing Team in 2021.
- Later that year, Briscoe won the inaugural Xfinity race on the Charlotte Roval race after holding off Justin Marks and Austin Cindric.
- Justin Marks, partner with Harry Scott in the K&N Series, ran the three road course events for the team.
- Justin Marks drove the No. 51 at the Daytona 500, finishing 12th.
- Justin Marks won his first career pole.
- Sellers and teammate Justin Marks finished 24th in the season standings.
- Justin Marks was the fastest in the practice session with a time of 132.960 seconds and a speed of 109.603 mph.
- Musgrave was replaced in the No. 9 by rookie Justin Marks.
- On lap 66, Justin Marks' hood loosened and covered the windshield, causing him to crash into turn 1.
- The team returned with a two car effort in 2018, winning overall for the fourth consecutive year, with the #74 Porsche 911 GT3 RSR of Johannes van Overbeek, Justin Marks, Andy Wilzoch, Charlie Hayes, and Wolf Henzler.
- Justin Marks was entered to make his first Sprint Cup Series start in the No. 29 RAB Racing Toyota.
- The Xfinity operation was moved to Chip Ganassi Racing under the name HScott Motorsports with Chip Ganassi, while Scott partnered with driver Justin Marks to field the K&N Series program under the name HScott Motorsports with Justin Marks.
- Ron Hornaday, Jr. and Justin Marks failed to make the race.
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