Scott Huntley is the 2019 Rookie Vice Champion, BRSCC Avon Tyres Formula Ford 1600 National Championships
14th October 2019
Scott races at Brands Hatch in memory of friend, mentor & former FF1600, F3 driver, John Humphreys
1st October 2019
Scott's record breaking Senna themed kart displayed at McLaren Hatfield
30th September 2019
Scott’s record breaking Senna themed kart to go on display at McLaren Hatfield with McLaren Senna & P1 GTR
19th September 2019
January 2019-August 2019
Second Rookie Class Cup win at Brands Hatch
Scott moves to new team, Kevin Mills Racing. Pays tribute to Henry Surtees on his car.
Scott pays tribute to Ayrton Senna on his car at Oulton Park on the 25th anniversary of his passing
Scott featured on BBC Essex Breakfast programme with Ben & Sonia
Scott wins Rookie Class Cup at first race weekend from karts at Snetterton
Bowers & Wilkins, premium British audio brand, partners Scott
Scott gets advice from former McLaren F1 driver, David Coulthard
Scott awarded place in 'Class of 2019' Motorsport UK Academy AASE programme at Loughbourough College
"Great drive from Scott Huntley, one to watch!"
Daniel Ricciardo, F1 driver
Scott on McLaren F1 simulator at the McLaren Technology Centre
Scott gets within 0.195 sec of Ayrton Senna's famous 1988 Monaco quailfying time
“Scott Huntley competes with class and intensity, always pushing himself to the max although a rookie to car racing, always learning” That’s what I hope people say about me and my efforts to hopefully become a professional F1 racer.
About Scott Huntley Racing
Passion. Persistence. Perseverance.
After five years in national championship karting with multiple P1 qualifying, race wins and fastest laps I moved to single seat car racing in 2019. I competed as a Rookie driver in the BRSCC Avon Tyres FF1600 National Championships with Kevin Mills Racing & recently finished this season as the 2019 Rookie Vice Champion despite missing 9 races and having no practice before race weekends.
Although I had only one pre-season test day on a full track prior to the season starting, I won my first Rookie Class Cup at my first ever race weekend in cars, straight from karts, at Snetterton in April 2019.
With no pre-race weekend practice, in a new car, new track with a new team, Kevin Mills Racing, I won my second Rookie Class Cup at Brands Hatch in July 2019.
In 2018, I was selected as one of the most promising young drivers in the UK, onto the Motorsport UK Academy AASE programme at Loughborough College. In September 2019 I started my second year. I recently had my 18th birthday and live in Danbury, Essex, when not living in Leicestershire while I attend Loughborough College.
A former Team McLaren and now a McLaren Plus fan loyality programme member, I am also a member of the Bruce McLaren Heritage Centre Trust in New Zealand. I have worn tributes to founder, Bruce McLaren, Piers Courage, Essex's first F1 driver & Ayrton Senna on my kart & kart race suit during my time in karting.
Karting and Sporting achievements
Scott Huntley named 2019 Rookie Vice Champion, BRSCC Avon Tyres Formula Ford 1600 National Championships. This was achieved despite missing 9 races, having no Winter or pre-race weekend practice & changing teams. Scott was actually leading the Rookie Class Championship after the first 7 races.
First 'Rookie' season in cars racing in the BRSCC Avon Tyres FF1600 National Championships. Wins 1st place Rookie Class Cup at Snetterton in April at first ever car racing weekend from karts. Wins second 1st place Rookie Class Cup in July at Brands Hatch.
Scott is praised by F1 driver Daniel Ricciardo after a record breaking win in November.
'Great drive from Scott Huntley, one to watch'.
3rd overall in the birelART Junior 100 kart Class National Championships.
As is previous years in karting, Not run by a professional team but by his amateur mechanic father and not race coached by professional experts.
Accepted into the 'Class of 2019', as one of the most promising young UK racing drivers, Motorsport UK Academy AASE at Loughborough College.
Breaks track record at Sutton Circuit after just a few minutes on the track.
Scotts gets within 0.195 seconds of Ayrton Senna's 1988 Monaco Grand Prix qualifying time on a McLaren F1 simulator at the McLaren Technology Centre. He only had two laps on the sim.
Scott witness's first public run of BLOODHOUND SSC after his name went on tail of car after achieving the highest speed on the simulator at Autosport International 2013.
3rd overall in the 100cc Junior EasyKart UK National Championships.
Buckmore Park, Henry Surtees Foundation charity race prestened with prestigious 'H Trophy' by John Surtees CBE, 1964 F1 World Champion.
Scott won two prestigious awards for his karting achievements. He was named Essex Chronicle Media Group's 'Young Sports Star of the Year' as well as picking up the top overall award, 'Essex County Cricket Club's Award for Sporting Excellence in Essex'. Nominees included Commonwealth Games winners including a Gold medalist and GP2 Champion, Alex Lynn.
Invited by Bruce McLaren's sister, Jan McLaren to lay a wreath on his memorial at Goodwood.
Lays a wreath on Pier's Courage's grave to mark the 45th anniversary of his death.
Runs a McLaren/Williams theme on his kart to ark the anniversaries of Bruce & Piers deaths.
One of only two Cadets to represent GB in EasyKart World Finals in Lignano, Italy.
3rd overall in the 62cc Cadet EasyKart UK National Championships.
Wins five podium finishes in his first "Rookie' year of MSA racing. Helped by Barry and Rob Newman at first two or three rounds.
Sets all time Cadet EasyKart lap record at Whilton Mill which had been held for 6 years.
Cadet Class Champion, A12 Pro Karters, Witham.
Wins 30 trophies on indoor and outdoor karting tracks in Essex in corporate karts.
Cadet fastest lap Trophy and 3rd overall, at Junior Race League, Brentwood.
Wins VIP visit to the McLaren Technology Centre.
Scott's name to go on tail of BLOODHOUND SSC when it attempts World Land Speed record after achieving the highest speed out of 10,000 visitors on the simulator at Autosport International 2013.
Within a month of venturing on his first outdoor track for the first time at Brentwood, Scott beats the lap times of 2012 F2 World Champion Luciano Bacheta & Nicholas Hamilton. He was driving a Cadet 120cc Honda 4-stroke compared to their faster Senior 200cc's.
Obtains his 1 mile swimming certificate.
Starts to learn to 'drift' in a 200cc buggy that his late grandfather & father built, on farmers Pete & Fran Theobald's land in Rettendon.
Cadet Vice Champion, A12 Pro Karters, Witham.
Cadet Vice Champion, in first ever Championship as a 'Rookie'. A12 Pro Karters, Witham. Began indoor karting aged 10.
Magazine & Newspaper cuttings
New partnerships available for the 2020/2021 race season
Motorsport UK Academy AASE Programme
Launched in 2009, the two-year Motorsport UK Academy AASE in Motorsport programme is delivered in conjunction with Loughborough College, ranked outstanding by Ofsted. The programme is essentially a sports science course focusing on all of the human performance elements that combine to create highly skilled and successful drivers.
AASE athletes work closely with coaches, nutritionists and psychologists, and receive performance-based sessions in the technical and tactical elements of driving, coaching, lifestyle, career management, health and safety, communications and the media. This programme provides athletes with the opportunity to develop their skills and knowledge while working towards a fully accredited qualification, making competing in motorsport a responsible and legitimate career choice.
Members of the AASE programme are enrolled as students of Loughborough College. Working with the athletes, they develop blended study plans to support their learning with individual tutor guidance.
The AASE programme was featured in the spring 2017 edition of Motorsport UK Magazine. Read the article here.
Scott is attending his second year at Loughborough College to study his Motorsport UK Academy AASE Programme. In his first year he resided at the Elite Athletes Performance Centre, a Grade II Victorian building. This is dedicated to under 18's on site.
Sharing it World Class Sports facilities with Loughborough University, just over the road, Loughborough College was rated good overall with outstanding, for Apprenticeships on their June 2017 Ofsted inspection.
If Loughborough College was a country it would have been 17 on the country medal tables for the 2012 Olympic Games, just under Jamaica!
Bowers & Wilkins
Premium British audio brand providing the highest class of speakers including the new wireless Formation Wedge. (See Scott's Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts at top of page, for review).
Providing Premium sound systems for McLaren, Maserati, BMW and Volvo cars.
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Leicestershire’s No 1 Go Karting Circuit, nestled in the Leicestershire countryside.
Sutton Circuit is a tight, technical modern karting circuit where you can race in superbly maintained single engined Sodi Karts.
Sutton Circuit is Leicestershire’s foremost outdoor Go Karting venue, and one of the best outdoor kart racing venues in the UK.
A fantastic circuit that will impress your friends, bowl over your clients, create chemistry with colleagues or allow you to simply enjoy the track.
Living Memorial & Lazybones Bootsale Rettendon, Essex
Their bootsales are held across 30 acres of land at Whitehouse Farm in the beautiful countryside of Rettendon, Essex. Lazybones Bootsale is now coming into its 28th year. As a family run bootsale they pride ourselves on our commitment to a people friendly environment and to their beautiful surroundings ensuring that a day at our bootsale is an enjoyable event for the whole family. Their other goal is to try and put something back into our community.
Fundraising for the troops, free pitches for registered charities and of course our Living Memorial. A field with over 1000 trees planted to remember every service person killed since WWII. Their names are on plaques and regular services are held to remember them.
Scott got his first taste of driving on the farm when he used is 200cc buggy built by his late grandfather Dennis Huntley and his father, Stephen Huntley, who spent 200 man hours building it.
Lazybones Bootsales are held every Saturday and Sunday from Mid April to Mid November (weather permitting!)
Sophie Huntley Fit
Scott's sister, Sophie is a qualified Level 3 Personal Trainer and attends most race weekends and helps with his fitness programme.
She runs his social media and has a BA (Hons) in Fashion Photography. She is also one of the countries only female CAA qualified Commercial Drone Pilots.
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