Scott Webb & N1 Racing Battle to 7th Place in United States Touring Car Championship
July 7, 2013 (Monterey, CA) - Scott Webb was given an opportunity to drive the N1 Concepts Lexus IS 300 Touring Car in the United States Touring Car Championship at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca when car owner and lead driver Mark McManus had a schedule conflict for this weekend. Starting 6th our 10 touring cars, Webb was a bit slow off the line but able to maintain position into the Andretti Hairpin. However, Webb found himself boxed in heading out of Turn 4 and was passed by two of the cars that had qualified behind him. From that point forward, it was a race-long battle with the Honda Civic of Pete Bovenberg, who had lost a gear early in the race. In the end, the Lexus just didn't have the straight line speed to make a pass stick on the Civic, and Webb had to settle for a 7th place finish.
Webb Finishes Just Off the Podium at Pacific Coast Road Racing Championship
October 28, 2012 (Buttonwillow, CA) - Webb’s only appearance behind the wheel in 2012 was driving an MBI RacingSpec Racer Ford at Cal Club’s Pacific Coast Road Racing Championships. Having finished the qualifying race in 5th, Webb spent most of the main event in 3rd, only to be fall to 4th position a few laps before the finish.
Competitive Edge & Scott Webb Suffer DNF after Last-to-First Run in NASA WERC
April 6, 2013 (Buttonwillow, CA) - Having to start race two of NASA's Western Endurance Racing Championship from the back row after missing qualifying, Scott Webb passed 18 cars in the opening two laps and took the overall race lead shortly thereafter behind the wheel of Competitive Edge's 13B Mazda rotary-powered A-Mac Sports Racer at Buttonwillow Raceway. However, with a balky and decidedly uncooperative gearbox, as well as compromised grip due to a set of "seasoned" slick tires and a growing oil leak, the A-Mac was a quite a handful to drive. The car eventually spun in its own fluid to end its race.