Scott Webb has over 25 years of diverse motorsports experience and success in SCCA, NASA, Grand-Am and IMSA competition. Webb has a variety of road racing and rally championships, race victories and track records to his credit, including earning Scion's first professional road racing victory in SPEED World Challenge.

COMPETITION EXPERIENCE

- SPEED World Challenge Touring Car

​- Grand-Am Cup

- NASA Performance Touring

- SCCA D Sports Racer, Sports 2000, Spec Racer Ford, Showroom Stock, Improved Touring & Spec Miata

- United States Touring Car Championship

- IMSA Street Stock Endurance Championship

- SCCA Pro Rally 4WD & 2WD (Co-driver)

SCOTT WEBB

RACING BIO

2016

Global Time Attack – For 2016, Webb joined the Narvaez Racing team at Buttonwillow Raceway to take on the challenge of Global Time Attack. Webb piloted the team's Ariel Atom, powered by a supercharged Honda K20 engine, taking first in the new Pro/Am class with a 1:52.772 lap of Buttonwillow configuration 13CW - the time attack standard.

2015

NASA Western Endurance Racing Championship – Webb found himself behind the wheel of the familiar Lexus IS of Nickel Motorsport for round one of the 2015 NASA Western Endurance Racing Championship. Webb led from the green flag and the team looked poised for a win before the engine expired from oil starvation with Edgar Lau at the controls, which derailed the team's plans to compete in further WERC races.  

2014

NASA Western Endurance Racing Championship – Once again in 2014 Webb piloted the Competitive Edge Mazda rotary-powered A-Mac sports racer for two rounds of the NASA's Western Endurance Racing Championship, helping the team secure the ESR title for the second year in a row. 


2013  
US Touring Car Championship & NASA Western Endurance Racing Championship – In 2013, Webb joined N1 Racing and drove their Lexus IS 300 at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca round of the US Touring Car Championship, finishing in the top ten. Webb also drove for Competitive Edge in the team’s Mazda rotary powered A-Mac sports racer for two rounds of NASA’s Western Endurance Championship, helping the team secure the ESR class title.


2012  

Cal Club Pacific Coast Road Racing Championship – Webb’s only appearance behind the wheel in 2012 was driving an MBI Racing Spec 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.

​2011  
NASA Western Endurance Racing Championship & 25 Hours of Thunderhill Podium - After six victories and two second place finishes, the DG-Spec Scion Racing team captured their second Western Endurance Racing Championship in as many tries. In addition, the DG-Spec team led the E1 class (and up to 4th overall) at the 25 Hours of Thunderhill by as many as 28 laps before a late race engine failure and change dropped the team to third.

2010  
NASA Western Endurance Racing & 25 Hours of Thunderhill Top 5 – The duo of Webb and Shawn Sampson reunited for two NASA WERC races, including a podium finish. Webb also took to the track in the Lexus IS 300 of Nickel Motorsports and later of Grip Racing and Wilson Motorsports to finish in 5th place in the E1 class at the 25 Hours of Thunderhill.

2009   
SPEED World Challenge Victory & NASA Endurance Racing Championship - For 2009 Webb joined the Jackson-Dawson Scion tC touring car racing team of Dan Gardner. Webb and Gardner co-drove to three victories and one third in four races to capture the E1 class of the Western Endurance Racing Championship. Webb also drove the tC to Scion's first professional road racing win in SPEED World Challenge at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, as well as a TTC win and track record at Thurderhill Raceway.

2008  
NASA Endurance Racing Podium - In his only appearance in competition in 2008, Webb shared driving duties with Shawn Sampson to finish 2nd in class and overall in NASA's 3-hour enduro at Buttonwillow Raceway in the Sampson Racing Communications Mazda RX-7. Throughout the year Webb continued to instruct at Buttonwillow Raceway for their Performance Driving Clinic.

2007  
SCCA D Sports Racer and NASA & SCCA Enduro Podiums - Kicking off the 2007 season, Webb drove the Sampson Racing Communications RX-7 to a solo victory in a rain-soaked 3-hour night enduro at Buttonwillow Raceway. Webb followed it up with 3rd and 2nd place podium finishes in SCCA National races behind the wheel of a Rennwerks-prepared, Yamaha R1 powered Stohr 01D D Sports Racer. Later in the year, driving for Team Automobile Magazine, Webb finished an SCCA 4-hour Enduro at Laguna Seca in 3rd.

2006  
NASA & SCCA Endurance Racing Podiums - For 2006 Webb joined the Sampson Racing Communications team for two NASA 3-hour enduros (Willow Springs & Buttonwillow), finishing 2nd in both races behind the wheel of the team's Mazda RX-7. Webb also drove Team Automobile Magazine's Nissan 240SX in Cal Club SCCA's 4-hour enduro, where the team finished 2nd.

2005          
Cal Club SCCA Enduro Podiums - Kanavas Kompetition and Webb once again combined efforts behind the wheel of the Circuit City Mazda Miata in 2005 to take 2nd place at the Cal Club SCCA 3-hour enduro in July, and also shared driving duties in Alive Motorsports' Miata at Cal Club SCCA's 4-hour enduro in November for a 3rd place finish.

2004    
Cal Club SCCA Enduro Championships, Victory & Podium - In 2004 Webb solidified his reputation as a stand-out endurance racing driver by driving for four different teams for 35 hours of competition. Webb captured SCCA endurance championships in two separate classes, even finishing 1st and 2nd in two different cars in the same race at the Cal Club SCCA 6-hour in July, enduring 100+ degree ambient temperatures in the process. In addition, Webb took 6th and 13th finishing positions driving his own Miata Cup car at the ALMS/Miata Challenge weekend at Laguna Seca. Webb's season finished at the 25 Hours of Thunderhill, where the Circuit City team nearly made the top ten.

2003   
Podium Finishes in SCCA Pro Miata Cup & SCCA Enduro - The SCCA Pro Racing Miata Cup was the focus of Webb's 2003 season, and Webb led two races and finished 2nd in one before a first lap crash at Portland took him out of the championship hunt. Webb challenged the top Miata Cup drivers in the country at Phoenix, Buttonwillow, Portland, Laguna Seca and Road America. Webb also drove the Metro Racing Sports Toyota to a 3rd place finish at Cal Club SCCA's 6-hour enduro at Buttonwillow and joined Circuit City Team Protomotive for their first attempt at the 25 Hours of Thunderhill.

2002     
Grand-Am Cup & SCCA Pro Miata Cup Debuts - 2002 brought the challenge of Spec Miata racing, where Webb competed in two of the highest profile Spec Miata events in history. The Mazdaspeed Cup supported the CART Champ Cars at Laguna Seca, and Webb finished an outstanding 22nd out of 70. Spec Miata also supported the ALMS at the same track, where Webb managed to finish 16th out of 50 in both races that weekend. Webb also competed in the Grand-Am Cup at California Speedway driving the TRS Racing Civic Si (where he was named one of the races fast movers) in addition to two SCCA enduros.

2001 
Cal Club SCCA Enduro Podium & Fast Lap - Once again Scott Webb and Scott Wolf teamed up to conquer Cal Club's November Enduro in the Wolf's Swift DB-2 Sports 2000. Webb set the fastest lap of the race and the duo finished the race 3rd in Sports 2000 despite a suspension failure early in the race that sent the Swift flying off the track.

2000 
Cal Club SCCA Enduro Double Header - Webb was lucky enough to secure two drives for the 2000 Cal Club Enduro at Buttonwillow. Although starting dead last due to pre-race technical problems, Webb and Scott Wolf took Wolf's Swift DB-2 Sports 2000 from 26th to 7th overall, and 4th in class in the 1.5 hour morning race. Also driving an ITA Toyota Corolla, Webb and his co-drivers finished 16th out of 59 cars, and 4th in class during the 3-hour afternoon race.

1999 
Cal Club SCCA Enduro Victory - For 1999, Webb was asked to drive with Lu Ryba in his GT-4 classed, factory-supplied Nissan Sentra SE. Despite mechanical setbacks, the team finished 1st in class after three hours of hard-fought racing. Webb also kept his skills in check with numerous stints behind the wheel of racing karts, including competing in a 6-hour endurance kart race.

1998 
SCCA Spec Racer Ford Pro Series Debut - In 1998, Webb drove the Advanced Motorsport/Intrax Suspension Audi A4 1.8T Quattro at the Los Angeles Street Race in downtown Los Angeles. In addition, Webb competed in round one of the SCCA Spec Racer Ford Pro Series at Heartland Park in Topeka, Kansas, where he finished just outside the top ten in his SCCA Pro Racing debut. Webb also performed high performance vehicle testing for Subaru during the year.

1997 
SCCA Runoffs 6th Place Spec Racer Ford - Laguna Seca Track Record - 1997 ended with an outstanding 6th place finish at the SCCA National Runoffs in a Spec Racer Ford. Throughout the year Webb qualified and ran at the front of SCCA National racing fields in his Roush/Ford-powered Spec Racer. He set fastest race lap or was under the previous lap record at nearly every track he visited and set a new track record at Laguna Seca Raceway.

1996 
SCCA SoPac Spec Racer Divisional Champion - Buttonwillow Track Record - Qualifying for the SCCA National Runoffs was the goal for 1996, and Webb did so by capturing the Spec Racer Championship in the Southern Pacific Division and a lap record at Buttonwillow Raceway Park. Webb finished 17th out of 45 in the National Championship race, working his way up from the back of the pack after being knocked off the track early in the race.

1995   
IMSA Professional Debut - Webb ventured into the IMSA professional racing ranks in 1995 by competing in an IMSA Street Stock Endurance Championship event driving a Mazda MX-3. He also competed in SCCA National and Regional road races in his Spec Racer while driving both IT and showroom stock cars during the year. He continued to co-drive in the SCCA PRO Rally series in three different cars - a Subaru, an Audi Quattro and a Toyota Celica GT-4.

1994   
SCCA National & Divisional 4WD Co-Driver Champion - Valvoline Star of the Month - A Divisional Club Rally Championship was the focus of the 1994 season, and securing that earned Webb the title Club Rally Co-driver National Champion. Webb was also named Valvoline/SportsCar Magazine Star of the Month. Concurrent with rallying, Webb drove a showroom stock Mazda Miata and Dodge Neon, turning track-record laps in both cars despite not having driven either of them before.

1993 
CRS 4WD Co-Driver Champion & Rookie of the Year - 1993 brought the challenge of rallying, where Webb became the first co-driver in the 18-yearhistory of the California Rally Series to win a Championship and Rookie of the Year in his first season. Webb also continued winning road races in his Supra between rallies.

1992 
Cal Club SCCA ITS Champion & SCCA Saguaro Series ITS Champion - In only his first season of road racing Webb captured both the Cal Club Regional and Arizona Suguaro Series ITS SCCA Road Racing Championships driving his Toyota Supra. Webb scored multiple victories, fast laps and pole positions on his way to both titles.