Scott Fraser Racing
Dedicated To The Memory Of Scott Fraser (1970-2004)

Scott Fraser's Racing Career

1987 Sportsman
Onslow Speedway, Truro, NS
Rookie of the Year
» Set record for the most wins ever in a single year at Onslow Speedway - track has closed and this record stands.
1988 Sportsman
Onslow Speedway, Truro, NS
1989 Sportsman
Onslow Speedway, Truro, NS
Limited schedule.
1990 Open-Wheel Modified
Onslow Speedway, Truro, NS
Limited schedule.
1991 Open-Wheel Modified
Onslow Speedway, Truro, NS
1991 MASCAR Series debut in Halifax Grand Prix. First road course race, started 26th - finished second
1992 Open-Wheel Modified
Scotia Speedworld, Halifax, NS
1992 MASCAR Second in Rookie of the Year standings.
1993 MASCAR Won prestigious annual Riverside 250.
1993 American Canadian Tour (ACT) Two events with two top five finishes (third and fourth).
1994 MASCAR Won second consecutive Riverside 250.
1994 American Canadian Tour (ACT) Won an ACT race at Scotia Speedworld.
1995 MASCAR, part-time » Won third consecutive Riverside 250.
» Won three of seven races entered.
1996 MASCAR Champion
» Won fourth consecutive Riverside 250.
» Won 12 of 15 feature races.
» Led 59% or 1,005 of 1,704 possible laps
1997 MASCAR, part-time » Won fifth consecutive Riverside 250.
» Won four of six races entered.
1998 MASCAR Champion
» Won six of 13 races entered.
» Finishing average of 2.7%.
1999 MASCAR Won two of six races entered.
1999 IPSC Champion
1999 World Series Of Asphalt Stock Car Racing, New Smyrna Beach, FLA Won two of 10 features, finishing third overall in final points.
1999 NASCAR Busch North Series Made his first and only start in NASCAR Busch North competition at New Hampshire International Speedway (Loudon).
1999    Named Nova Scotia Male Athlete Of The Year
2000 ASA In his first career ASA race Fraser turned heads by qualifying second and finishing eighth. He competed in six races, recorder four top-10s and qualified on the front row twice. His best finish was third at The Milwaukee Mile.
2001 ASA Scott made 13 ASA starts scoring four top 10 finishes.
2001 IPSC Four starts saw two top 10 finishes.
2002    A rebuilding year for Scott's Atlantic CAT pro stock team and a late start but in just eight pro stock races he won six of the biggest shows on the Northeastern seaboard, including Oktoberfest at Thompson, Ct.
2003 PST Won two of 11 events and finished third overall in final point standings.
2003 Open Comp Fraser visited Victory Lane on three other occasions in 2003. He finished first in a Pro All Stars Series event and a 250-lap open event at New Brunswick International Speedway (Geary, NB). The NBIS 250 win was the richest in Scott's career and perhaps the biggest payday ever for a racer in the Maritimes ($24,500). His last win was 27 September, a 150-lap open event at his home track Scotia Speedworld, in a race some described as his exhibition of pure racing talent..


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