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Our racing program would not have been possible without the assistance of Rick Hendrick, Hendrick Motorsports, and Chevrolet. I invested in NASCAR because I truly believe it represents the best racing competition in the world and the best people in all sports.

Looking back, I will always be especially proud of the unprecedented success of our NASCAR K&N Series teams, including four consecutive championships and for the lifelong friendships that were forged over the last seven years.

My hope is that we were able to develop drivers that will thrive at the highest levels for years to come.

In a deal that was finalized late last week the #15 Charter, which was owned by HScott Motorsports, has been sold to Premium Motorsports (#55 & #98).

Mc Dowell, driver of Circle Sport-Leavine Family Racing's #95, was treated for dehydration and burns on his feet.

Mc Dowell had to be taken to the medical center on a stretcher.

Regrettably there are no viable sponsor/driver options immediately available to allow the team to participate in 2017.

One thing I learned about NASCAR is that it is a 'people business.' I will forever be grateful to the men and women who worked tirelessly to make HScott Motorsports successful.

Allmendinger, driver of the #47 Chevrolet for JTG-Daugherty Racing, was treated for overheating but was quickly released from the medical center.Pilot Flying J, his current sponsor in Sprint Cup, will make the move to JRM as well.Bowyer's stay with HScott has been for the '16 season only as he moves on to Stewart-Haas Racing next year to take over that organization's #14 for three-time series champion Tony Stewart.Premium Motorsports still has one Charter left (from the #15) to use, sell or lease in 2017.(12-5-2016) UPDATE: Scott had leased a charter from Premium Motorsports owner Jay Robinson for Annett's #46 car in 2016.

That charter was returned to Premium, who then sold it to Furniture Row Racing, which is adding a car for rookie Erik Jones next season.This includes our dedicated employees, sponsors and partners.



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