Billy Scott (racing driver)

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Billy Scott
Born (1948-10-10) October 10, 1948 (age 66)
San Bernardino, California, United States
Awards National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame (2010)
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career
2 race(s) run over 2 year(s)
Best finish 84th (1973)
First race 1973 World 600 (Charlotte)
Last race 1974 World 600 (Charlotte)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 0 0
Statistics current as of April 20, 2013.

Billy Scott (born October 10, 1948, San Bernardino, California), is a former American racecar driver. Scott competed in a number of disciplines, including open wheel car, stock car, and drag racing. In 1974-1976, he competed in 4 races in the USAC Championship Car series, including the 1976 Indianapolis 500 where he finished 23rd in a car owned by Warner W. Hodgdon and named the Spirt of Public Enterprise.

Scott is prominently featured in the book The World's Number One, Flat-Out, All-Time Great Stock Car Racing Book by Jerry Bledsoe in "The Small Time" chapter devoted to auto racing on a lower level.

Indy 500 results[edit]

Year Chassis Engine Start Finish
1975 Eagle Offy Qualifying Crash
1976 Eagle Offy 21st 23rd
1979 Eagle Offy Failed to Qualify
1982 Lightning Donovan Failed to Qualify

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