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 is in a Perfect Position for Season’s Start

Scott Tucker with the exceptional Level 5 Motorsports teammates recently began the end quarter of a racing year that has included numerous podium appearances, multiple car changes, incredible accomplishments yet still room for improvement. Tucker, owner and driver for Level 5, has become a leader to the team in spite of the rookie status he maintained just months ago. His tight, balanced driving has earned him top honors from the American Le Mans Series as Rookie of the Year and Champion Driver in 2010. His races often end with stints on the podium, and his career has only just begun.

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Scott Tucker : Enduro Appearance

Scott Tucker was going to race Level 5 Motorsports’ new HPD ARX-01g car the second he could. That determination was evident when he and his awesome team decided to delay until the last possible minute to produce a sound 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 states. “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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Scott Tucker adds Franchitti

A while back, Scott Tucker-owned Level 5 Motorsports announced the addition of Marino Franchitti to its driver lineup before this weekend’s Petit Le Mans race at Road Atlanta. Franchitti will join Tucker and fellow driver Luis Diaz in driving the No. 55 Microsoft Office-sponsored entry for the enduro, a 1,000-mile/10-hour race.

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Scott Tucker and Level 5 Motorsports Before the 24

Scott Tucker with his fantastic Level 5 Motorsports teammates recently began the last quarter of a racing year that has included numerous podium appearances, multiple car changes, incredible accomplishments and yet still room for improvement. Tucker, owner and driver for Level 5, has become a leader for the team inspite of the rookie status he maintained just months ago. His tight, balanced driving has earned him top honors from the American Le Mans Series as Rookie of the Year and Champion Driver in 2010. His races often end with stints on the podium, and his career only has just begun.

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Level 5 Means Taking it to the Next Step

Few years back, Scott Tucker had been a private equity investor with a passion for race cars. Nowadays, as he conditions to take on the American Le Mans Series Petit Le Mans championship race at Road Atlanta, he is doing so having a variety of victories through the This year’s season that have already secured the Level 5 Motorsports team with the Le Mans Prototype 2 class championship and put them at No. 2 in the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup series.

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New Car for Scott Tucker and his Dream Team

The Level 5 Motorsports team’s 2011 year has verified it a versatile, dominant team stocked with talent, skill and drive. Commanding the podium in the majority of the races it entered-including winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and podium at Imola and Sebring, among others-is proof that the Scott Tucker-owned, Microsoft Office-sponsored team has found a winning method in its schedule, race strategy and drivers, including Tucker, Luis Diaz and Christophe Bouchut. As they began a final quarter of an already remarkable season with the ModSpace American Le Mans Monterey presented by Patron mid-September, all their ducks appeared to be in a row: their formula had been proven many times as trustworthy for an effective winning effort. But this race included one wild card, or wild car, as the case might be-the team would finally debut the HPD ARX-01g they had announced they were switching to mid-season.

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