Fort Collins, Colorado native, Scott Anderson, started go-karting at a young age. Over the years he worked his way up to compete in the Skip Barber Racing School Western series until 2011, and in 2012 he was signed to the Belardi Auto Racing for the USF200 National Championship presented by Cooper Tires.
Hobbies: Skiing, mountain biking, wakeboarding, hiking/climbing, swimming
Snapshot: I like to spend my spare time outdoors. Other than racing, skiing and mountain biking are my biggest passions, and I think it’s the best way for me to train for racing. My favorite music changes all the time. I go through a different phase probably every month.
Racing goal: To be the IndyCar Series champion and Indy 500 winner
Racing hero: Mika Hakkinen, Sebastien Loeb
My fitness routine includes: Mountain biking/cycling, swimming, climbing, gym, etc. I try to do a little of everything.
Any pre-race rituals or superstitions: None
The one talent I wish I had: To be able to backflip on flat ground
2014: Earned the eighth-place position in the final Indy Lights standings, with two top five finishes.
2013: Finished fifth in the Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires… recorded a best finish of second and claimed six additional top-five results ... earned a pair of Quarter Master Hard Charger Awards.
2012: Finished third in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda ... won two races and added three more podium finishes in his rookie season.
2011: Won the BFGoodrich/Skip Barber National Presented by Mazda Championship... scored six race wins, 12 podium finishes and four pole positions from the 16 -race season.... won a MAZDASPEED Driver Development scholarship to graduate to USF2000 in 2012.
2010-2011: Won the Skip Barber Western Race Series Championship... scored four wins... finished second in the Skip Barber Racing Southern Series with five race wins... also won the Skip Barber MAZDASPEED Challenge Winter Tour (Mazda MX-5) Championship, also with four wins... claimed a total of 19 wins, 39 podium finishes and 15 poles from a total of 56 races between all three series.
2010: Finished seventh in the BFGoodrich/Skip Barber National Presented by Mazda.
2009: Finished third in the Skip Barber Western Series with four race wins.