P26 for No. 46...Michael Annett finished Sunday's Windows 10 400 at Pocono Raceway in 26th place. Annett and team overcame an undesirable handling condition early in the race to score the result in what was just the driver's fourth time ever visiting the 2.5-mile track.

Key Moment...Annett, who started from the 39th-place position, scored an unadjusted pass differential of plus-31, per NASCAR's Loop Data statistics - he passed a total of 112 cars for position during Sunday's race - which was the fourth-best pass differential of the entire event.

Golfing for St. Jude...On Monday, August 3, Annett will act as the honorary chair for the third annual St. Jude Tournament of Hope at the Glen Oaks Country Club in West Des Moines, Iowa. St. Jude Children's Hospital is the charity of choice for Annett, a native of Des Moines, who will be joined by fellow NASCAR drivers Justin Allgaier, Reed Sorenson and Kyle Benjamin, HScott Motorsports crew chiefs Jay Guy and other industry notables.

Get Up to Date on Michael Annett...Follow Annett on his very own Twitter and Facebook accounts and get live updates from the track by following @PFJRacing and @TeamHSM46 on Twitter. For a detailed bio and updated in-season statistics, please visit www.michaelannett.com.

About Pilot Flying J...Pilot Flying J, the largest operator of travel centers and travel plazas in North America, is committed to making life better for professional drivers. Headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn., Pilot Flying J has more than 650 retail locations. The Pilot Flying J network provides drivers with access to more than 65,000 parking spaces for trucks, 4,400 showers and more than 4,500 diesel lanes offering DEF at the pump. Pilot Flying J, along with its subsidiaries, employs more than 24,000 people. Pilot Flying J is currently ranked No. 7 on Forbes' list of America's Largest Private Companies. Visit www.pilotflyingj.com for more information.

About HScott Motorsports...HScott Motorsports, which was established in 1989 as Phoenix Racing, is owned and operated by Harry Scott Jr. and competes in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with technical support from Hendrick Motorsports. The team competes full time in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with Justin Allgaier driving the No. 51 BRANDT Chevrolet and Michael Annett driving the Pilot Flying J Chevrolet. Scott also owns HScott Motorsports with Chip Ganassi, which fields the No. 42 Camaro in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, and is the co-owner of HScott Motorsports with Justin Marks, which fields five entries in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. His vision is to build a championship contender by developing talented young drivers, partnering with dedicated sponsors and competing hard every week. For more information, visit HScott Motorsports on the web at: www.hscottmotorsports.com.