Team Bristol Motorsports is a defunct NASCAR Busch Series team. They competed in the sport from 2001-2003. They debuted in 2001, running with sponsorship from GC Toys and Toys "R" Us and Kelly Denton driving. However, Denton was let go near the end of the season due to performance issues. The team hired Kevin Grubb instead for 2002, who showing some solid performances. Grubb earned 6 top-10s including a 3rd at Gateway. Grubb even attempted a Nextel Cup event for the team at Richmond, but missed the race. Grubb left the team after 2002 for other opportunites. The team planned to hire Deborah Renshaw to drive the car in 2003, but Renshaw fell into controversy after a being involved in an ARCA crash that claimed another competitor's life. The team hired Hermie Sadler instead. The team struggled early in 2003 before folding in May due to sponsorship woes. Sadler would take some of the equipment and sponsorship to SCORE Motorsports.