1994 Scott Pruett Race Worn AER SCCA Trans-Am Series Champion Suit
Stand 21 race suit used by multi-talented driver Scott Pruett. The American star competed in many disciplines of motorsports including NASCAR, CART IndyCar, IMSA, Trans-Am and Grand-Am. Pruett was a class winner at both The Le Mans 24 Hour and Sebring 12 Hour races.
This suit was used by Pruett on his way to becoming the 1994 SCCA Trans-Am Series Champion. In an unbelievably close battle for the championship, Pruett won three of the rounds while main rivals Tommy Kendall and Ron Fellows had victories in four races each. However Pruett had many other podium finishes during the series, thus ending up with a better overall points total and taking the title.
The red suit has white arms, with the American Equipment Racings sponsor Royal Oak Charcoal yellow and white lettering and crown logo’s to the front, back neck and the shoulders of the suit. An SCCA patch is just under the team name on the left chest and to the right is a Chevy ’bowtie’ logo. Both arms have various branding logos on them including Power Bar, Chevrolet and Revo. Pruett’s name is embroidered onto the suit waist belt.
The suit comes directly from the personal collection of the former North America President of the Stand 21 Racewear Company, Phillipe de Lespinay.
The suit comes with a full Certificate Of Authenticity.