passed away early Sunday morning. He had a heart transplant 3 years ago and was on 30 tablets a day to keep him stable and even though at times he was not at the best of health he always put a brave face on so he could go racing which was his
passion and he loved racing so much, even though as he had said and would admit that he was not the best driver in the world but just loved the technical side of the sport and competing.
Many of you may have known Scott or seen him and his mum Jane who always marshalled for him trackside at various race meetings all over the country last year and this year be it the Nationals, Carpet Wars, Rug Racers, SRCCC, RMCV and most recently he raced at GMCC with his new Mod Recoil which like all of his cars was imaculate and the quickest thing on four wheels. Scott always had the best equipment and along with his purple Cyclone his pit table had the most purple equipment that you would ever see, we always used to say and joke that he had better gear than Andy Moore and more of it which was probably true.
We will be having a fund rasing meeting this Wednesday night at G.M.C.C. please come along if you can, there will be a big Raffel with all proceeds going to Jane. club details. Many thanks Mark Young.
At this very sad time all our thoughts go out to Jane and her family, Scott will be greatly missed by so many of his friends on the racing scene.
Thank you Mark Young of GMCC
The below text was sent to me from Adrian Jefferies (Olly Jefferies father)
Like everyone shocked at the news about Scott.
At this years euros I got everyone to sign one of the BRCA team shirts, the whole team signed including Andy Moore, Graig, Olly, Chris Grainger etc, if I can get it to you quickly would you like it to auction t to raise some money, the shirt is grey with all the names in black marker pen, might make a good memento for someone.
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To view, and how to bid for this unique signed T-Shirt please visit,
the bidding will finish at 20.00 17th November 2007
Thanks in advance Malc