Scott Fuller Team Racing
is an Oregon-based team that competes in
the exciting sport of stage rallying.
The team has competed
in three different VW Golfs since its inception.
First up was the fire-breathing,
supercharged G60 Rallye Golf, a car initially
campaigned by Vince Wetton in the U.K. After
a season in that car, the team switched
to the competitive Group 2 class in a 1985
VW Golf, originally built and campaigned
by Scott Hartmann. The highlight for this
car was a third overall placing in the 2000
DooWop ProRally. In 2001 the team unleashed
its latest weapon, a potent F2 Golf III
Kit Car. This car ran the 2000 British Rally
Championship with Jock Armstrong behind
the wheel. It was originally built as a
factory team test car for Alister McRae
and Tapio Laukkanen.
The Scott Fuller Racing
Team is a consistent front-runner in ClubRally
events in the Pacific Northwest.