Roadracing World Young Guns 2022: Tyler Scott

Roadracing World Young Guns 2022: Tyler Scott

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. By David Swarts.

Roadracing World started this exclusive special feature recognizing the most promising young road racers as an answer to pessimists who claimed America had no new, up-and-coming young racers. This edition of the Roadracing World Young Gun Awards marks the 26th consecutive year of showcasing an abundance of new talent.

Roadracing World Young Guns have won:

FIM MotoGP and FIM Superbike races and World Championships;

MotoAmerica and AMA Pro races and Championships, including 11 AMA Pro Superbike Championships;

A KTM RC Cup World Final race;

The Daytona 200 (11 times);

WERA National Endurance Championships and WERA National Challenge Championships;

ASRA/Formula USA Grand National and CCS National Championships;

AMA Road Racing Grand Championships and Horizon Awards;

USGPRU National Championships;

Many regional and local titles.

The competition has continually become more intense as more – and younger—racers with higher levels of accomplishment are nominated, and the level of achievement required to make the grade keeps getting tougher.

We’ve spent the last several months accepting nominations and evaluating road racers between the ages of 10 and 18 (as of the start of the 2022 season) who have, at a minimum, won Expert-level road races and/or Championships or had outstanding results as an Amateur/Novice. Most of the riders included here have done far more than the minimum.

The young riders recognized here are the most promising young road racers in North America. All have earned the title of Roadracing World Young Gun.

We will feature one Young Gun per day, presenting them in alphabetical order.




Tyler Scott. Photo courtesy Team Hammer.
Tyler Scott. Photo courtesy Team Hammer.


Tyler Scott

Age: 15.

Current home: Emmaus, Pennsylvania.

Current height/weight: 5’7”/130 pounds.

Current school grade level: 10th grade.

Began riding at age: 4 years.

First road race: 2016, Road Atlanta, Georgia, WERA, Formula Three, 1st place.

Current racebike: Suzuki GSX-R600.

Current tuners/mechanics: Team Hammer.

Primary race series: MotoAmerica Supersport.

Top sponsors: Vision Wheel, M4 Performance Exhausts, ECSTAR, Suzuki, Arai, RST, R&G, Shorai Dunlop, Hotbodies Racing, Vortex, EK Chains, TechSpec, Venhill,, Team Hammer.

Recent racing accomplishments: 2021 season, won MotoAmerica Junior Cup Championship (11 wins and 15 total podiums in 18 races); 2020 season, raced in FIM CEV European Talent Cup (best race finish was 16th at Valencia), won 2 CCS Atlantic Regional Championships (ThunderBike, Lightweight Superbike), won 26 CCS races; 2019 season, finished 23rd in Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup (best race finish was 11th at Assen), competed in European Talent Cup; 2018 season, finished 3rd in ASRA Moto3 and Thunderbike National Championships (6 wins, 8 podium finishes from 8 starts), won 5 CCS Regional Championships (34 race wins), won 3 WERA races; 2017 season, won AMA Moto3 Grand Championship, won WERA Formula Three National Challenge Championship, won 2 WERA Sportsman Regional Class Championships (16 wins, 24 podiums with WERA), won 3 AMA Flat Track Grand National Championships, named AMA Flat Track Youth Rider of the Year; 2016 season, won 3 AMA Flat Track Grand Championships, named AMA Flat Track Youth Rider of the Year.

2022 racing goal: Finish on the podium in MotoAmerica Supersport.

Racing career goals: Race against Marc Marquez, win MotoGP World Championship.

Racing hero: Nicky Hayden.

Favorite track: Mugello.

Favorite hobby: Riding mountain bikes.

If I wasn’t racing I would be…: Competing in bicycle races.

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