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Scott Box drives the #11 Xtreme Figure 8 Class car.  His home track is Sportsdrome Speedway, but he can be found racing  at over 28 other tracks from Florida to Michigan.

He first started racing in 1984 in the Bomber Class in Charleston, IN., because "gas was in my veins and a high compression brain. It looked fun so I said I can do this. NBA life starts at 100". His first win was in 1986 in the Bomber Class in Charleston IN. Career highlights include, Scott Box- Ford Driver of the Year1984to 1995 #99 2004 #11 1985 Most Devoted Stock Car Driver Charleston. 1993 and 1994 Two Perfect Attendee on a National Open Class Modified Figure * Series. With No Sponsor or crew he was the only Ford in Top 20. 1993, 18th Rookie of the Year, 1994 7th being awarded the first and only  National Iron Man Award and noted in Stock Car Magazine Feb. page 14. He says, "Hopefully more to come. I'm still FORD!".

The thrill of racing for Scott  is the  competition and in some ways it is stress relieving due to while racing  he has to think  about nothing but racing. Doing the best he can with what he has. The most excing racing moment for Scott was His first experience in racing in 1985, his first World 3 Hour Figure 8 and racing Figure 8 at Anderson, IN.

He is most proud of being a clean and consistent driver, and having friends that care.

Racing heroes for Scott are Mark Martin, Don Garlitis, Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt, Rusty Wallace and Bill Elliot.

Of racing, Scott says, "If you do start racing and find yourself evolving upward, and you start to see a big picture, and you really think you can make the big picture happen, Don't let  NOONE or NOTHING Detour your goal. THINK".

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