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Topic - Jeb Burton
Turner Scott Motorsports said Friday that primary sponsor Arrowhead has defaulted on payment for Jeb Burton's team in the Truck Series.
Jeb Burton and Chase Elliott could have saved a stamp.
There is another NASCAR winner named Burton.
Two sons of well-known Sprint Cup drivers headline the list of youngsters selected for this season's NASCAR Next program: Chase Elliott, son of 1988 champion Bill Elliott, and Jeb Burton, whose father Ward won the 2002 Daytona 500.
Jeb Burton got his first career NASCAR Truck Series victory, holding off a hard-charging Ty Dillon to win at Texas Motor Speedway on Friday night.
"I've been telling everybody once we get one, they're going to start stacking up," the young Burton said. "This is awesome. A lot of blood and tears to get here. It means a lot."
"It's a relief," said Burton, the youngest driver to win a truck race at Texas.