Scott Tucker Was Born To Drive

It requires terrific focus, drive, pure talent and big time spent in the practice ring for an athlete to master her or his sport to the point of being amongst the top competitors on the earth. It requires twice that recipe for an athlete to reach mastery of two diverse playing positions inside that sport. What has it taken for Level 5 Motorsports owner and driver Scott Tucker to arive at outstanding status in several different sports car racing series-all at the same time? Only Scott Tucker knows that.

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Scott Tucker Races for The Fans

Competitive sports car racing isn’t quite the great spectator sport that, say, football is: Soaring past a checkered flag at 200 miles per hour doesn’t leave much room for a triumph dance. But motor racing fans are just as esential to motorists as football spectators are to wide receivers.

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Scott Tucker : Spa-Francorchams

The other round of the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup series brought the Scott Tucker-owned Level 5 Motorsports crew to Belgium for the Spa-Francorchamps 2011 race. The famous course is recognized for being flat still giving motorists with tough curves to find even when racing at more rapidly speeds compared to different tracks.

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Scott Tucker and the Level 5 Dream Team : ModSpace American Le Mans Monterey

The earliest race of the final quarter in the racing year was a brand-new start for Level 5 Motorsports. The Scott Tucker-owned, Microsoft Office-sponsored team debuted its long-awaited HPD ARX-01g in the team’s Sept. 17 return to American Le Mans Series competition. In the months leading up to the ModSpace race, Tucker’s and teammates Luis Diaz’s and Christophe Bouchut’s track performances were sporadic, generating last-minute withdrawals to be able to pursue the new cost-capped LMP2 Honda in time for the world’s best challengers in Intercontinental Le Mans Cup races at the end of the season.

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Great Performance by Scott Tucker and his Team for the Time Warner Cable Road Race

With their names comfortably resting on top of the entire points leaders’ charts, the drivers of Level 5 Motorsports rolled their current ultra-fast LMP2 vehicle from the box in Elkhart Lake, Wisc., amazingly around their Madison, Wisc., home base after a streak of achievement in Intercontinental Le Mans Cup races in Europe. Scott Tucker and co-drivers Christophe Bouchut and Luis Diaz earned podium finishes in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in France and Six Hours of Imola in Italy.

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Enduro Appearance for Scott Tucker and his Dream Team

Scott Tucker was going to race Level 5 Motorsports’ new HPD ARX-01g car whenever he could. That determination was evident when he and the team decided to wait until the very last possible minute to have a final decision on the Six Hours of Silverstone race: It was all or nothing. Unfortunately, cost-capped wheels for the car weren’t accessible in time for Level 5 to maintain its entry in Silverstone; Tucker withdrew. “I knew there was a risk in waiting for the parts, with them not being guaranteed,” Tucker says. “But the car is undoubtedly the best vehicle performance-wise that we can get, so I was determined to give it a shot. The HPD engine and chassis combination has proved to be the best over the years.We feel very comfortable and confident in making this unprecedented and decisive move.” Determination, risk, and refusing to settle for anything but the best-sounds similar to racing.

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Strategy helps out Scott Tucker and his Dream Team as they take on the Season

As soon as private equity investor-turned motorsports growing superstar Scott Tucker put his order for that brand new Honda Performance Development/Wirth Research cost-capped prototype car, under “quantity,” it stated 2. Tucker reserved the initial 2 chassis for his Level 5 Motorsports team to use as soon as is possible, which turned out to be last weekend in the HPD ARX-01g’s debut appearance, at ModSpace American Le Mans in Monterey, Calif. The race had been another triumph for the David Stone-managed, Microsoft Office-sponsored team of Tucker, Christophe Bouchut and Luis Diaz; the team has produced a major pass throughout the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup series and also the American Le Mans Series, making podium at several races and winning at a number of others, such as Imola.

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