Pruett to retire soon after Rolex 24

Well! Guys put your hands in your heart as the shocking news is here, right in front of you. Yeah! It’s true that Scott Pruett has finally announced his retirement from the racing, which is going to happen in this month, after the Rolex 24 hours at Daytona. It is that place where he has won five times.

Pruett to retire soon after Rolex 24

This race will mark as the 50th year in racing after starting his career in 1968. Pruett has begun his passion for racing at the age of eight. You won’t believe that Pruett holds 60 wins in the American sports car competition that includes the five overall victories won by him in the Rolex 24 at Daytona.

Pruett has also given five times Rolex grand championship in the year 2004, 4006, 2008, 2010 and 2012. Even he has won two-time IMSA champion in 1986 and 1988. If you will count his success, then for sure, it’s not going to end. Pruett is a gem and has always made his country proud.

In the recent session, Pruett has said his viewers as he has met several wonderful people during his journey and has experienced amazing experiences with the sports cars. Lord has given him a great career, along with family support and blessings.

Pruett has also expressed his feelings for the new chapter of his life, which will be opened soon. He loves Daytona and considers it as one of the most magical places in the world. For him, Rolex 24 at Daytona is like a super bowl of motorsports because it always brings good for him regarding challenge and experiences. Well, the time has come to say goodbye to the fans, but he respects peers and his fans so that he will be touch with them forever.

The relationship of Pruett with Lexus will surely continue even after the retirement. Scott has been a tremendous competitor and sportsperson in Lexus. He has played significant roles in developing the cars as well as in racing.

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