Joey Scarallo

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Joey Scarallo
JoeyScarallo2010Bucyrus200RoadAmerica.jpg
Scarallo at 2010 Nationwide Road America race
Born (1978-11-29) 29 November 1978 (age 36)
South Australia Adelaide, Australia
NASCAR Xfinity Series career
Best finish 141st (2010)
First race 2010 Bucyrus 200 presented by Menards (Road America)
Last race 2010 Zippo 200 at the Glen (Watkins Glen)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 0 0

Joey Scarallo (born 29 November 1978 in Adelaide, Australia) is an Australian professional racing driver. His family moved to the United States to expand their wheel business (Autotrend Tire & Wheel Company) when he was young. Whilst now living in New York state, he still calls Australia home.

Open-wheel racing[edit]

Scarallo started in karting at aged eleven mainly in the Eastern Kart Racing Association events. He is a graduate of the Jim Hall Kart School and he proceeded through the junior formulae.[1] In 2000 he had six starts in the Toyota Atlantic Championship driving for Condor Motorsport without a top-ten finish. He returned to the Indy Pro Series (now Firestone Indy Lights) in 2007 with RLR Andersen Racing finishing eighteenth in points with a best finish of eighth at the Milwaukee Mile.[2]

Sedan Racing[edit]

Nationwide car at 2010 Road America race

In 2003 he joined the North American Trans-Am ranks racing for three seasons with a fifth place in the 2005 standings as his best result. After his Indy Lights season in 2001, he raced in the SCCA World Challenge in the GT class with limited success.

In 2010 he made is NASCAR debut in the Nationwide Series running on the Road America[3] and Watkins Glen[4] road courses helping a small team collect base prize money for qualifying and pulling out of the races early.

Career Results[edit]

Season Series Position Car Team
1996 US Formula Ford 2000 Championship 20th Van Diemen - Ford
2000 Toyota Atlantic Championship NC Swift - Toyota Condor Motorsport
2003 North American Transam 12th Chevrolet Corvette Baucom Motorsports
2004 North American Transam 7th Chevrolet Corvette Baucom Motorsports
2005 North American Transam 5th Chevrolet Corvette Tony Ave Racing
2007 Firestone Indy Lights 18th Dallara RLR Andersen Racing
2008 SCCA World Challenge - GT 16th Chevrolet Corvette Tony Ave Racing
2009 SCCA World Challenge - GT 20th Pontiac GTO Group A Racing
2010 North American Transam 23rd Chevrolet Corvette Group A Racing
2010 NASCAR Nationwide Series 141st Ford Means Racing

Indy Lights[edit]

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Rank Points
2007 RLR Andersen Racing United States
HMS
Ret
United States
STP1
15
United States
STP2
9
United States
INDY
Ret
United States
MIL
8
United States
IMS1
18
United States
IMS2
13
United States
IOW
13
United States
WGL1
13
United States
WGL2
20
United States
NSH
Ret
United States
MDO
18
United States
KTY
Ret
United States
SNM1
United States
SNM2
United States
CHI
18th 184

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