Scott Rettich of Springboro Death: A Renowned racing driver has unexpectedly passed away in Ohio
A Renowned racing driver known Aas 37-year-old Scott Rettich of Springboro, Ohio has sadly passed away on Tuesday April 12 2022.
Scott Rettich was born in Dayton, Ohio on September 7, 1984.
The cause of Scott Rettich’s death is unknown at the time of this publication.
In 1996, Scott Rettich began karting. Scott Rettich competed in the Ohio Valley Karting Club championship from 1998 to 2004, winning five times in various classes.
Scott competed in the WKA Manufacturer’s Cup and Gold Cup during his karting career. Scott Rettich got his first experience of motorsport at the 2005 SCCA June Sprints.
Scott competed in the Spec Racer Ford class, but he did not finish.
Scott raced with Kerin Motorsports in the SCCA Central Division in the Formula Mazda and Spec Racer Ford classes in 2006. In the Formula Mazda class, he won five out of ten races to win the title.
Alliance Autosport was created by Rettich in 2011. Alliance Autosport debuted in the GT class at the 2011 24 Hours of Daytona.
Our deepest and heartfelt condolences to his entire family and friends for this great loss.
May His Soul Rest In Peace.