|Occupation:||Race Car Driver|
|Birth Day:||August 12, 1958|
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He first attempted to compete in the NASCAR Winston Series in 1988, but failed to qualify at Phoenix International Raceway.
Gaylord's first attempt in the series came in 1988, when he failed to qualify at Phoenix International Raceway. He would make his next attempt in 1991 at Sears Point Raceway. Driving the #00 Oldsmobile for Geoff Burney, he qualified 31st and finished 33rd, thirteen laps down. In 1992 and 1993, Gaylord ran the Sears Point race in the #52 Chevrolet for Means Racing, earning a career-best finish of 29th in 1993. After failing to qualify for any races in 1994 or 1995, he made his final series start to date in 1996. In a self-prepared #00 Chevrolet, he qualified 29th and finished 38th, once again at Sears Point.
Gaylord made his in the then-NASCAR Busch Series debut in 1997 at Watkins Glen International. He qualified 16th and finished 28th in the #77 Lear Corporation Ford for Moy Racing. In 1999, he would return to Watkins Glen and the #77 car, earning his career-best finish of 25th. Since 2001, Gaylord has run occasionally for Means Racing in the #52 Chevrolet. His best season with the team came in 2008 when he drove in six races, finishing 29th at both Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and Kansas Speedway. In 2005, he made one start for NEMCO Motorsports, finishing 31st in the #7 Boudreaux's Butt Paste Chevrolet at Phoenix.
Gaylord regularly competes in the NASCAR Camping World West Series, a regional touring series on the west coast of the United States. He was named the "Most Popular Driver" in the series in 1998 and 2002. Since entering the series in 1988, he has accumulated 87 top 5s and five poles, but has yet to earn a win.
Scott's father Les Gaylord also raced cars professionally.
Currently, Scott Gaylord is 64 years, 3 months and 15 days old. Scott Gaylord will celebrate 65th birthday on a Saturday 12th of August 2023. Below we countdown to Scott Gaylord upcoming birthday.