Scott, who hails from McLaren Vale, South Australia, Australia, has spent the last few years racing competitively in the United States.
He captured the 410ci winged sprint car Rookie of the Year Award and a top-10 finish in the championship standings at Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa, in 2016. Two years later he took a large leap, teaming up with SawBlade.com to run the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour for the first time.
Scott was the ASCS National Tour Rookie of the Year that year and he finished eighth in points after scoring one victory. A year later the statistics improved. He climbed to fifth in the national standings in 2019 thanks to three ASCS National Tour wins to go with 11 top fives and 20 top 10s.
The 2020 campaign kicked off in a big way as Scott captured a preliminary night at the 48th annual Grand Annual Sprint Car Classic hosted by Premier Speedway in Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia.
Nearly six months later he achieved another dream by recording his first career win at Knoxville Raceway.
The journey continues during the pandemic-plagued season with Scott chasing his first career ASCS National Tour championship.