Scott Hargrove

23-year-old British Columbian Scott Hargrove was introduced to racing the day he was born, Scott watched a Formula One race from his father’s arms in the hospital. Since then Scott has been heavily exposed to the racing world with his father Jim competing in multiple sports car championships. Scott drove a go-kart for the first time when he was 13 years old, planting the seed that has lead him to where he is today.

During four seasons in GT3 Cup, Scott captured more than 30 victories, including the 2014 & 2017 Porsche GT3 Cup Championships. Scott also has an extensive open wheel racing background, having competed in every level of the Mazda Road to Indy, including numerous Pro Mazda victories and winning the 2013 USF2000 Championship. Following this success, Scott currently drives for Pfaff Motorsports in the Pirelli World Challenge GT Championship.

Even when not racing, Scott loves to keep his foot on the gas pedal, always being an active person whether its mountain biking, weight training or spending time on the water.

When not taking care of his body, Scott exercises his mind by growing his business Race Energy Performance, allowing him to work on several vehicles and grow his business knowledge.