SCCA National Championship Runoffs Formula Enterprises 1st Place

SCCA National Championship Runoffs Spec Racer Ford 2nd Place
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Tommy Byrne (F1, Driving Instructor)
"I have had the pleasure of working with Scott at different tracks. He is very easy to get along with and gives great feedback, and can just happen to be able to drive the wheels off a race car. I would have no problem recommending him to any team or sponsor."


Mike Davies (11 SCCA Pro and National Champions, SCCA Enterprises Technical Director)
"Throughout the 2010 season, I enjoyed watching Scott drive our Formula Enterprises & Spec Racer Ford in both the Pro & Club series. Consistently a front runner in distinctly different cars, he conducted himself in a professional manor at all times in tough conditions, at times leaping out of one and right into the next without a break. To do this takes skill, to do this and win is exceptionally rare!"


Brian Till (Atlantic Champion, Indy 500, Champ Car, Speed Commentator, Driving Instructor)
"The worldwide business of motorsports is a multi-billion dollar enterprise. No longer is it enough for a driver to only drive; only perform behind the wheel. Today the driver is a larger part of the equation. Scott Rettich not only understands this, he exemplifies all that is required by today's "wheel men". Scott has the talent, the intelligence, the attitude, the education and the determination to make it happen. Not only for himself, but for the team that puts their faith in him."


Jon Marachi (Grand Am-Rolex Series Team Owner)
(Rolex Daytona 24 Hour Race) "Choosing Scott to start was easy. With his speed and his experience starting high pressure races, I knew he would excel with that responsibility. He did not disappoint us throughout the race, showing great speed and doing a great job managing traffic. I hope to work with him again in the future."