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UserName: slamminscottsigman

Real Name: Scott Sigman

Hometown: Mason, MI

Tracks Where I Race: Springport Motor Speedway, Angola Motor Speedway, Milwaukee Mile, Nashville Super Speedway, Kalamazoo Speedway, North Wilkesboro Speedway, Sandusky Speedway, Indianapolis Raceway Park

Non-Racing Hobbies: Fishing and golfing


Classes I've Raced: Pony Stock, Street Stock, Sportsman, Short Track Trucks

Classes I Currently Race: United States Super Trucks

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Springport Motor Speedway

1st Feature win of the newly created USST Series. 1st race of the 2010 Season.

Front of my truck

Waiting in the chute at Springport Motor Speedway

I started racing at the age of 42 and I've been racing for almost 7 years now.  I started out in the 4 cylinder series (Pony stock series), and I raced in that series for 2 years.  I built a Street Stock in 2005, ran that car for 4 years, and won a championship with it in 2008 at Springport Motor Speedway.  I earned many other titles during the time I raced that car.  I sold that car and started racing a "Short Track Truck" last season. I earned the title of "Rookie of the Year" and came in 3rd in overall points for the season. 

Primary Ride

I made many changes to my race truck and am now currently racing in the "United States Super Truck - Great Lakes series". I now race locally and Nationwide. I won the 1st Feature race of my season 5/15/2010.

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Sigman first to put his name in the record books!

 Mason Michigan’s Scott Sigman won the first race of the newly formed USST Speed-Pro Great Lakes Series presented by Engine Pro at Springport Motor Speedway this Saturday.
Qualifying for the Trucks saw some impressive numbers on the clocks, with the top four Trucks well into the 16 second bracket. Veteran West Michigan hot shoe Ray Clay took the Allstar Performance Fast Qualifier award with a blistering 16.43 lap, earning him a spot in the “Winner take all” Allstar Shootout for the Trucks on August 14th at Springport Motor Speedway.
The USST Speed-Pro Great Lakes Series presented by Engine Pro is bringing back the tradition of the Fast Four Dash in 2010. Four fastest Trucks, four Laps. Paul Schaffer picked up the win in the Dash, while Rod Morrison won the Heat Race.
The 40 lap feature saw a pair of Dodges lead the field to the green with Kenny Clark on the Pole and Scott Sigman on the outside. The pair ran door to door for the first lap with Sigman edging out Clark to lead the first lap. As Sigman motored to the lead, Paul Schaffer was making a charge to the front from his sixth starting spot. By lap six Schaffer pulled under Sigman and took the lead down the backstretch. Several laps later Jason LaDuke took over second spot with fast qualifier Ray Clay on his bumper.
Schaffer, LaDuke and Clay pulled out to a sizeable lead with the trio turning laps near pole speeds, until caution flew at lap 19 for heavy smoke coming from the rear of LaDukes machine. LaDukes impressive run would be cut short by a faulty O-ring in the rear axle.
The restart put Clay on the back bumper of Schaffer and the battle was on. The two pulled out to a straight away lead, with Clay looking high and low many times but couldn’t seem to find a way around. Schaffer finally slipped coming out of turn two and that was all Clay needed to get by. Schaffer now was all over the back of Clay, making several runs alongside but not able to make it stick. The two took the white flag and Clay slipped going into turn one giving Schaffer one last shot. They drag raced down the backstretch, dead even. Then going into turn three the two made hard contact, sending both Trucks spinning and bringing out the caution.
The wreck left Scott Sigman with the lead for the green-white-checker restart, earning him the Engine Pro Lucky Dog Award. When the green waved it was a whole new battle with excitement going on through the whole field now. Sigman held the lead while Davis and Morrison battled side by side for second down the backstretch. While that was going on, Clay and Schaffer were trying to make it back through the field. At the checkers, though, it was all Scott Sigman followed by Davis, Clay, Morrison and Schaffer.