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  • Said received a late call up from Turner Scott Motorsports to run the 2011 NAPA Auto Parts 200 Nationwide Series race in Montreal in the No. 30 Great Clips Chevrolet.Boris Said-Wikipedia
  • Burton joined Turner Scott Motorsports as a driver coach for the team starting in 2013, where he assisted with driver development for the Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series teams.Ward Burton-Wikipedia
  • With one race remaining in the season, Hornaday was released from the No. 9 truck by NTS Motorsports; in the season finale he drove a sixth truck for Turner Scott Motorsports, finishing fifth.Ron Hornaday Jr.-Wikipedia
  • The trucks were not built directly by Hendrick Motorsports, but were instead provided by Hendrick-affiliated Turner Scott Motorsports.Hendrick Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • In 2013, Larson moved full-time to the NASCAR Nationwide Series, driving the No. 32 Chevrolet Camaro for Turner Scott Motorsports.Kyle Larson-Wikipedia
  • It was announced on August 28 that Harry Scott, Jr. of Turner Scott Motorsports had bought the team.Phoenix Racing (NASCAR team)-Wikipedia

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