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Scott Speed was born January 24, 1983 and is an American race car driver. Formerly a driver for the Scuderia Toro Rosso F1 team, he made his Formula One race debut at the 2006 Bahrain Grand Prix, becoming the first American to race in F1 since Michael Andretti in 1993. Speed has currently turned his career towards stock car racing, specifically NASCAR while he was affiliated with Red Bull's racing program. He currently drives the #33 Chevrolet Impala for Kevin Harvick, Inc. in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
Speed made his NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series debut at Atlanta Motor Speedway on March 7, 2008 driving for Morgan-Dollar Motorsports #46 Chevy with Red Bull sponsorship. He recorded his first career Top 10 finish in NASCAR in just his second race, when he finished tenth at Martinsville Speedway. On April 25, 2008 he won his first ARCA race at Kansas Speedway in just his fourth start. On April 26, 2008; Speed recorded a back-to-back top ten finish in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series at Kansas Speedway by finishing in eighth place in the #22 Red Bull Toyota for Bill Davis Racing, and won his first career race the following week at Dover. Two races after his first win, Scott scored another top five at Michigan International Speedway. On July 18, 2008 Speed won his second ARCA race at Kentucky Speedway. On Sunday October 19, 2008, Scott Speed started his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event at Martinsville Speedway finishing in 30th place. He finished the season in the #84 Red Bull Toyota Camry for the Red Bull Racing Team.
For the 2009 Sprint Cup season, Speed's car was renumbered to #82. He was eligible to race in the 31st Annual Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway, as his car was one of the top 6 Toyotas in points.
He began his quest for rookie of the year in 2009. He won his first ever Rookie of the Race honors at the prestigious Daytona 500.
Scott Speed won the pole for the Sam's Town 300 in his Nationwide Series debut on February 28, 2009; he also broke the track record with a speed of 182.45 mph and a lap time of 29.42. Unfortunately, he collided with Kyle Busch early on and finished 40th.
After failing to qualify for Darlington and Sonoma, Speed competed in Joe Nemechek's Toyota. He failed to qualify for the April Texas race.
Red Bull Racing finished 36th in 2009 owner's points, not high enough for guaranteed entry into the first five races of 2010. Speed did successfully attempt the 2010 Daytona 500. He led several laps late in the race after not going to pits with about 19 laps to go. The next week at Auto Club Speedway, during a rain caution, Scott did not pit and it appeared that the Sprint Cup Series was going to have another first-time winner, but Speed ran out of gas. Scott was in the top 12 after the Food City 500 which guaranteed him a spot in the top 35. During the Michigan Race, He was angry with his temporary teammate Casey Mears. When they were running 34th and 35th respectively, Casey collided with Scott and he spun out, causing a caution. Scott's temper flared and Casey was replaced by Reed Sorenson for the rest of the year. On November 26, 2010 Speed was released from his contract at Red Bull Racing to make room for the returning Brian Vickers who underwent heart surgery in June and will be returning in 2011. Speed's best finish with Red Bull Racing was fifth at Talladega in May 2009.
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