Scott Pye at the 2014 V8 Supercars Test Day
8 January 1990 |
Adelaide, South Australia
|2014 V8 Supercars Championship|
|Current team||Dick Johnson Racing|
|Former teams||Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport|
|27th in 2013|
|Australian Formula Ford Ch.
Toyota Racing Series
British Formula Ford Ch.
British Formula Three Ch.
|2010||British Formula Ford Ch.|
Pye started out in go-karts like many other drivers have done before him. Pye moved up to the Formula Ford level in 2007 when he raced in the State Series Formula Ford in Australia for Borland Racing Developments/ Cams Rising Star.
2008 saw Pye move up to the Australian Formula Ford Championship again with Borland Racing Developments/ Cams Rising Star. He finished the championship in seventh place in 2008  and in third position in 2009.
Pye joined fellow Australian driver Nathan Antunes in the European Technique team for the 2008–09 Toyota Racing Series in New Zealand. He enjoyed instant success in the series with a podium finish in his first race at Ruapuna. Pye completed the weekend with a win in the third race which saw him take home the Wigram Cup. Pye continued his good form in round two at Levels Raceway when he won the final two races, earning him the round win.
For 2010 Pye moved to the UK to compete in the British Formula Ford Championship. Racing a Mygale for British team Jamun Racing he won the championship with 12 race wins and 17 pole positions. He also finished second in the Formula Ford Festival in 2010.
Scott Pye has confirmed he will step up to British Formula Three Championship for 2011 with Double R. Pye's Mercedes-engined CampingF1 sponsored Dallara lapped the 2.7-mile Oulton Park International Circuit in 1m 27.621s, more than a second inside the 2010 pole position time set by eventual champion Jean-Eric Vergne. After a season full of promise, he finished tenth in the championship with one win at Rockingham and a second place at the season ending Silverstone weekend.
In February 2012, Scott made the switch to touring cars, becoming the new driver of Triple Eight Race Engineering’s championship-winning Monster Energy/GearWrench backed Holden Commodore in the 2012 V8 Supercar Development Series
After a difficult rookie season including two major incidents - one of which resulted in missing the following event  - Scott joined Ford team Dick Johnson Racing driving a Ford FG Falcon with Wilson Security sponsorship.
Pye's Ford FG Falcon at the 2014 V8 Supercars Test Day
|2008||New South Wales Formula Ford Championship||8th||Spectrum 010b||CAMS Rising Star|
|2008||Australian Formula Ford Championship||7th||Spectrum 011b||CAMS Rising Star|
|2008-09||Toyota Racing Series||3rd||Tatuus TT104ZZ Toyota||European Technique|
|2009||Australian Formula Ford Championship||3rd||Spectrum 011d||CAMS Rising Star|
|2010||British Formula Ford Championship||1st||Mygale SJ10||Jamun Racing|
|2011||Toyota Racing Series||4th||Tatuus TT104ZZ Toyota||ETEC Motorsport|
|2011||British Formula Three Championship||10th||Dallara F308 - Mercedes HWA||Double R Racing|
|2012||Dunlop V8 Supercar Series||2nd||Holden VE Commodore||Triple Eight Race Engineering|
|2012||International V8 Supercars Championship||56th||Holden VE Commodore||Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport|
|2013||International V8 Supercars Championship||27th||Holden VF Commodore||Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport|
- "Pye seals Double R F3 seat". Autosport. 3 March 2011. Retrieved 3 April 2011.
- "Scott Pye and Double R Top British F3 Testing at Oulton Park". MSportUK. 22 March 2011. Retrieved 3 April 2011.