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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (February 2009) Scott Alan Stenzel is an American race car driver born on 28 July 1980 in Mankato, Minnesota. He lived eight years of his life in Wells, Minnesota then moved to Alexandria, Minnesota after his father was transferred positions in the United States Postal Service. Stenzel's parent's property was next to a home made race track that was owned by Ron Fischer. He became friends with Ron's son Josh and started to turn laps. They raced together in karts, 4wheelers, stock cars and even dirt bikes. Growing up Scott entered into FASCAR racing series at 16 years old. He raced enduro super stocks on the weekends at the local speedways. These races were 250 laps long and lasted all Sunday afternoon. He raced at I-94 Speedway in Sauk Center, Minnesota and Fergus Falls Speedway in Fergus Falls, Minnesota. These two tracks were 5/8 mile long and allowed Stenzel to gain seat time. In 1999 Stenzel sold all his racing gear to attend college at North Dakota State University and then transferred to Full Sail Real World Education in Orlando, Florida. After graduation Stenzel opened up a production company in 2003 called Digi Craft. He services clients like Universal Orlando Resort, Disney Adventures Magazine, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, National Retail Federation and many more. Through his many years in production his racing passion never lifted. He met Charlie Patterson, owner of Nex-Gen Motorsports and retired owner of Patterson Drive Shafts, at the 2006 Daytona 500 and since then his career began to take off. Patterson worked with Stenzel to jump start his career at the professional level. “My main goal is to find as many young, intelligent drivers, who can get the job done. I believe that Scott has what it takes to make it big in Motorsports. When I look at Scott I see the next Jimmie Johnson, he really is a sponsor’s dream. He really impresses me to see him do such a great job behind the wheel,” Patterson states.[1] Stenzel made his ARCA RE/MAX Series debut at the Daytona International Speedway test on 14–16 December 2007. He posted a speed of 50.599 seconds at 179.105 MPH which placed him 13 of 64 drivers on the first day of ARCA RE/MAX single car runs. Posting a total of 40 laps he was granted permission to participate in all of the 2008 ARCA RE/MAX events as well as given his official license.[2] Stenzel has recently signed on to the next reality documentary television series called Yellow Stripes Making the Driver. He just finished filming for the first episodes July 6, 2009. The project is a co-production between Gen2Media and Digi Craft. They plan on releasing another teaser by the end of summer 2009.[3] Contents 1 Stock cars 2 Personal information 3 References 4 External links Stock cars On 11–12 December 2007 Stenzel attended Finish Line Racing School headed up by Mike Loescher. He graduated the class with flying colors and Loesher approved him ready for ARCA RE/MAX contention.[4] On 3 December 2007 it was announced that Stenzel would test the No. 75, Bob Schacht Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo in the ARCA RE/MAX Series at the Daytona International Speedway on December 14–16, 2007. Stenzel is competing in the 2008 ARCA RE/MAX Series.[5] On 14–16 December 2007 Stenzel competed in the ARCA RE/MAX Series and obtained his 2008 license at the Daytona test. There was a record number of drivers who showed up to this test.[6] In preparation for the 2010 season, Scott drove a Bob Schacht prepared car in the December 18–20, 2009 Daytona test for ARCA drivers and teams. The test session was a complete success and Scott earned his license with full series approval to race the entire season. On December 2009 Stenzel tested in the ARCA RE/MAX Series and obtained his 2010 license during the Daytona test. When “Yellow Stripes: Making the Driver” agreed to sponsor his car, Scott then approached Jeff Spraker Racing to finalize the Daytona assault. Jeff and his crew have been working on preparing Scott’s speedway car, purchased from the Wood Brothers and powered by a Roush/Yates motor. On January 22, 2010, Scott made it official when he entered his #42 Ford Fusion into the Lucas Oil 200 @ Daytona with Jeff Spraker agreeing to sit atop the war wagon as crew chief all throughout speed week. When asked about preparing for the upcoming event, Scott commented, “I can’t thank everyone enough for helping out a rookie driver. Jeff Spraker, and his skilled crew, have taken me and this Wood Brothers Ford Fusion on at the last minute. Everything is coming together smoothly with everyone pulling extra duty. Plus, as a team we’ve been able to gel. Spraker’s been to Daytona several times. He knows what it takes to lead and finish up front, but he’s yet to win one. Now, we share the same goal – to win at Daytona.” On 23 April 2010 Jeff Spraker owner and operator of Spraker Racing Enterprises agreed to field the number 42 Ford Fusion for Scott Stenzel. Stenzel qualified 28th at Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Alabama for the ARCA RE/MAX presented by Menards 250. After 250 miles were complete Stenzel finished in the 7th place position. He received the CGS Hard Charger award for passing the most cars during the race. On 17 September 2010 Stenzel made his NASCAR debut by driving the number 37 Spraker Racing Enterprises Chevrolet and qualifying into the NASCAR K&N Series New Hampshire 125. He started the race in 26th place and finished 21st place. On 11-12 January 2011 Stenzel partnered up with Spraker Racing Enterprises again to revisit Daytona International Speedway. During the last single car test session Stenzel was the fastest Ford in 6th position with a time of 49.457 and a speed of 181.976 MPH. Personal information Stenzel currently resides in Orlando, Florida. His sister lives in Utah and his parents live in Minnesota. References ^ "Headed down the fast track". echopress.com. 2008-01-11. http://www.echopress.com/articles/includes/full_photo.cfm?id=2124. Retrieved 2008-01-11. [dead link] ^ "Scott Stenzel Looks Like Veteran In ARCA Rookie Debut" (PDF). scottstenzel.com. 2007-12-15. http://www.digicraftproductions.com/clients/YSMTD/12152007_stenzel.pdf. Retrieved 2007-12-15.  ^ "Scott films on set of "Yellow Stripes Making the Driver"". scottstenzel.com. 2009-07-06. http://scottstenzel.com/blog.php. Retrieved 2007-07-06.  ^ "Finish Line Racing School 2007 Class Photos". finishlineracing.com. 2007-12-17. http://www.finishlineracing.com/2007classpics.htm. Retrieved 2007-12-17.  ^ "In Day One Darnell Tops Speed Charts in Daytona Testing". arcaracing.com. 2007-12-17. Archived from the original on 2007-12-25. http://web.archive.org/web/20071225223450/http://www.arcaracing.com/content/view/5999/2/. Retrieved 2007-12-17.  ^ "Record Turnout of ARCA RE/MAX Series Testers at Daytona". motorsportnews.net. 2007-12-17. http://motorsportsnews.net/archives/933. Retrieved 2007-12-17.  wiki/Image:01112008_echoPress_scott_stenzel.pdf‎ http://www.scottstenzel.com/blog.php http://arcaracing.com/news.php?contentid=10368 External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Scott Stenzel Official Scott Stenzel site Official "Yellow Stripes Making the Driver" - Driver Development site Official "Digi Craft Productions" company co-owned by Scott Stenzel Persondata Name Stenzel, Scott Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1980 Place of birth Date of death Place of death