Scott Riggs

Race Car Driver

Scott Riggs was born in Durham County, North Carolina, United States on January 1st, 1971 and is the Race Car Driver. At the age of 53, Scott Riggs biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 1, 1971
United States
Place of Birth
Durham County, North Carolina, United States
53 years old
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Racing Automobile Driver
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Scott Riggs Life

Russell Scott Riggs (born January 1, 1971), also known as Scott Riggs, is an American professional stock car racer.

In the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, he appeared in the No.92 for RBR Enterprises.


Scott Riggs Career

Racing career

Riggs was born in Bahama, North Carolina, and began racing in the American Motorcycle Association at the age of fourteen, where he won the State Championship in North Carolina for the second year in a row. He began racing in the NASCAR mini stock division at the age of seventeen and has won twelve races in his first three Illustrator seasons. He continued to compete in the Southern National Speedway series for the next decade and was a two-time champion.

Riggs made his big-league NASCAR debut in the Craftsman Truck Series at Indianapolis Raceway Park in 1999, driving the No. 301. Long Brothers Racing has been rated 84. He started seventh and ended nineteenth. He also competed at Richmond International Raceway, where he finished 23rd. When he was hired to drive the No. 301 in 2000, he finished ninth at Martinsville Speedway for Long. 86 Dodge Ram for Impact Motorsports, where he had seven top-tens in his career. He was released from Impact and took part in one last run at Brevak Racing in California, finishing sixteenth. He drove for Ultra Motorsports for five years, the first at Martinsville. At the end of the season, he ranked fifth in terms of points.

Riggs debuted the No. 2 in 2002, converting it to the Busch Series (now Xfinity Series) to drive the No. c Racing is a Ford Taurus model. He won his first race at Nashville Superspeedway and then won again in California two weeks later. At the end of the season, he came in tenth in points, earning him Rookie of the Year awards. Mike Bliss's win at Gateway International Raceway, with two others winning, including a dramatic last-lap victory, and ranked sixth in points as part of the top 6 for the top six, but his hopes were shattered after he crashed before the race began. He has also been named the Most Popular Driver award gradually.

Riggs rode the No. 66 in 2010 in the NASCAR Nationwide Series for the first time in history. Brack Maggard with Brack Maggard has adapted 09 Ford Fusion for RAB Racing. Riggs finished 10th in the series point standings after the February 27 race in Las Vegas. However, Riggs was unable to obtain sponsorship and was suspended after the Nashville 300. Riggs signed the No. 2 on May 28, 2010 with Richard Childress Racing to drive it. At Nashville Superspeedway and the Meijer 300 at Kentucky Speedway, 21 Chevrolet Impala for the Federated Auto Parts 300, while Clint Bowyer's duties were split for the remainder of the season. Riggs, a student at the University of Tennessee, made his first Top-10 of the season by finishing ninth. He also finished ninth at Kentucky, finishing ninth. Riggs made 12 starts in the Nationwide Series for R3 Motorsports in 2011, with a best finish finish of 13th at Darlington.

Riggs won the No. 4 race in 2004. MB2 Motorsports has 10 Chevrolet Monte Carlos. He qualified for just one race this season, finishing 29th in points, fifth in the Rookie of the Year standings. He won his first pole at Martinsville in 2005 and went on to finish second in second place at Michigan International Speedway.

Riggs and Valvoline were sold by Evernham Motorsports at the end of the year, earning the No. 1 prize. He was 10 with him. Riggs failed to qualify in 2006 and a lack of owner points from the previous season (from the former No. 1). The 91 team was one of the original nine teams. The No. 8 is the No. 1 in the United States. The ten team finished the 2006 season with a high enough points in owners' terms to guarantee themselves a starting spot in the first five races in 2007. At Martinsville and Texas, Riggs had a back-to-back top-ten finishes. At Charlotte, Riggs also won the pole for the Coca-Cola 600 and the NEXTEL Open exhibition competition. He won the NEXTEL Open, leading all but one lap, and then advanced to the NEXTEL All-Star Challenge, where he finished tenth. Riggs led 90 laps in the Coca-Cola 600, but a pit road accident brought him out of contention and he finished 13th. He came in 18th in the 2006 NEXTEL Cup points standings. Riggs' best finish in the 2006 Nextel Cup season was a 4th-place finish at Bristol Motor Speedway in a 4th-place finish. Riggs claimed the pole in the Bank of America 500, sweeping both poles at Charlotte.

Riggs struggled in 2007, falling out of the top-35 in owner's rankings, and then failed to qualify for several races. led, Riggs did not renew his deal with Evernham during the summer, and it was revealed on October 3, 2007 that Riggs had signed a deal to drive Haas CNC Racing's No. 380. For the 2008 season, Chevrolet made 66 Chevrolets. He was recalled in the No. 6 after being recalled. Patrick Carpentier's ten car for the last two races of 2007.

When the team was signed by Tony Stewart and became Stewart-Haas Racing, Riggs was released from Haas CNC. Riggs joined Tommy Baldwin Racing to drive the No. 4 in the world. In the 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, there were 36 Toyota Camrys. Riggs announced that he was working with TBR, not wanting to be a start-and-park racer after qualifying for eight races, including the 2009 Daytona 500. He was recalled in favor of Mike Skinner, Brian Simo, and Patrick Carpentier.

Riggs would drive the No. 208 on March 30, 2010. Keyed-Up Motorsports has been a racer for 90 percent, starting with Casey Mears, who then moved to Joe Gibbs Racing as a standby driver for Denny Hamlin. Riggs was running 25th on the lead lap of the Subway Fresh Fit 600 in Phoenix, but he blew a right-front tire with 4 laps to go and pounded the Turn 3 wall, resulting in a green-checkered finish. Riggs finished 28th after finishing 28th in the world's top 10. Keyed-Up Motorsports announced that they would not return to the Sprint Cup Series until they had enough funds to run complete races due to sponsorship reasons.

In four races in 2011, Riggs rode for Whitney Motorsports. However, after four DNQ's, he was suspended from the team. He has attempted to qualify in R3 Motorsports No. 148. In late 2011, and 2012, there were 23 in late 2011.

In 2013, he confirmed that he would begin racing for Xxxtreme Motorsport in the No. 2 class. 44 Ford Fusion, with support from No Label Watches, hendrick, and Everest College. He made his Phoenix debut by blowing a tire, finishing 43rd.

Motorsports career results

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