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Alan Sciuto
NationalityUnited States American
Born (1988-04-23) April 23, 1988 (age 31)
Orange, California
Retired2008
Atlantic Championship
Years active2005-2008
TeamsGenoa Racing (2008)
Alan Sciuto Racing (2007)
Polestar Racing Group (2006)
PR1 Motorsports (2005)
Starts27
Wins0
Poles1
Fastest laps2
Best finish8th in 2006 and 2007
Previous series
2005
2005
2005
2004
2001-2003
USF2000
Star Mazda
Skip Barber National Championship
Formula BMW USA
Karting

Alan Sciuto (Born 28 April 1988 in Orange, California) is a former racing driver. Sciuto competed previously in the Atlantic Championship among other series.

Racing career

Sciuto started his racing career in 2001 with the SKUSA organisation. In his first season Sciuto finished 26th in the season standings of the national 80cc Junior class.[1] The Californian won the championship in the following year beating many young prospects such as James Hinchcliffe and Graham Rahal.[2] In 2004 Sciuto finished second in the Stars of Karting shifterkart championship. After a shootout race at Infineon Raceway Sciuto was selected for the Red Bull Junior Team in 2004.

Sciuto made his auto racing debut in the Formula BMW USA at Lime Rock Park in 2004. The following year Sciuto mainly competed in the Skip Barber National Championship after winning the Skip Barber Scholarship.[3][4] Sciuto scored his first pole position in the series at Road America in the Dodge powered Reynard R/T 2000.[5] The Californian driver finished eleventh in the championship standings. Sciuto also ran two races at Virginia International Raceway. The fast talent won his first race and finished second in the second race.[6]

In 2005 Sciuto made his debut in the Atlantic Championship. In his second race, in the streets of Denver, Sciuto scored his first pole position. The Californian finished the race in second place. 2006 was Sciuto's first full season in the prestigious series. The best result was again in Denver finishing third. The young driver finished eighth in the championship standings. Sciuto repeated this performance the following season racing for his own team, Alan Sciuto Racing. In 2008 Sciuto made a single outing in the Atlantic Championship. In the streets of Long Beach Sciuto finished second.

Racing record

American open–wheel racing results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

USF2000 National Championship results

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Pos Points
2005 Cape Motorsports United States
ATL1
United States
ATL2
United States
MDO1
United States
MDO2
United States
CLE1
United States
CLE2
United States
ROA1
United States
ROA2
United States
MDO3
United States
MDO4
United States
VIR1
1
United States
VIR2
2
N.C. N.C.

Star Mazda Championship

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Rank Points
2005 Hearn Motorsports United States
SEB
United States
ATL1
United States
MDO
17
United States
MON
Canada
PPR
United States
SON1
41
United States
SON2
7
Canada
POR
United States
RAM
Canada
MOS
United States
ATL2
United States
LAG
N.C. N.C.

Atlantic Championship results

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Rank Points
2005 PR1 Motorsports United States
LBH
Mexico
MTY
United States
POR1
United States
POR2
United States
CLE1
United States
CLE2
Canada
TOR
Canada
EDM
United States
SJO
4
United States
DEN
2
United States
ROA
7
Canada
MTL
12th 69
2006 Polestar Racing Group United States
LBH
10
United States
HOU
6
Mexico
MTY
7
United States
POR
4
United States
CLE1
15
United States
CLE2
9
Canada
TOR
17
Canada
EDM
11
United States
SJO
15
United States
DEN
3
Canada
MTL
6
United States
ROA
8
8th 167
2007 Alan Sciuto Racing United States
LVG
7
United States
LBH
29
United States
HOU
6
United States
POR1
7
United States
POR2
27
United States
CLE
9
Canada
MTT
12
Canada
TOR
6
Canada
EDM1
19
Canada
EDM2
4
United States
SJO
7
United States
ROA
20
8th 140
2008 Genoa Racing United States
LBH
2
United States
LS
Canada
MTT
Canada
EDM1
Canada
EDM2
United States
ROA1
United States
ROA2
Canada
TRR
United States
NJ
United States
UTA
United States
ATL
23rd 27

References

  1. ^ "Leaf Racewear 80cc Junior (Final)". Pro Moto Tour. Archived from the original on July 3, 2002. Retrieved 3 February 2016.
  2. ^ "Champion Interkart Junior (Combined)". Pro Moto Tour. Archived from the original on March 1, 2003. Retrieved 3 February 2016.
  3. ^ "Sciuto wins Stars Skip Barber Scholarship – 16 Karters selected for Run-Off". eKartingnews.com. Retrieved 3 February 2016.
  4. ^ "Sciuto Earns 2005 Barber Seat". eKartingnews.com. Retrieved 3 February 2016.
  5. ^ "Sciuto Takes His First SBNC Pole". Skip Barber Racing School. Retrieved 3 February 2016.
  6. ^ "ALAN SCIUTO - OVERALL START/FINISH POSITIONS (CLASS POSITIONS NOT SHOWN)". USF2000. Retrieved 3 February 2016.
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