Spencer Pigot
Spencer  Pigot
Ed Carpenter Racing
21 Chevrolet USA Road To Indy Graduate
Spencer Pigot
Career stats
Indy Car History
Championships: 0
Indy 500 Wins: 0
Total Poles
Race Wins
Sep 29, 1993
Orlando, FL
Indianapolis, IN


  • Returns to Ed Carpenter Racing as driver of the No. 21 Chevrolet, his fourth with the team.
  • Winningest driver to compete in the Road to Indy, scoring 24 races across Indy Lights, Indy Pro 2000 and USF2000 competition. Captured the 2014 Indy Pro 2000 championship and 2015 Indy Lights title for Juncos Racing.
  • Has won four scholarships to climb the racing ladder from karting to the top level of the sport./li>


  • Is a fan of Manchester United football club and enjoys playing soccer, mountain biking and other fitness training.
  • Enjoys traveling with his favorite spots being big cities or places with outdoor activities.
  • Says mint chocolate chip ice cream is a guilty pleasure.


2019 NTT IndyCar Series 17 0 0 2 5 4 14
2018 NTT IndyCar Series 17 0 0 2 5 4 13
2017 NTT IndyCar Series 12 0 0 0 3 8 10
2016 NTT IndyCar Series 10 0 0 0 2 0 9
Total 56 0 0 4 15 16 46
2015 Indy Lights 16 6 4 10 15 182 15
2014 Indy Pro 2000 14 6 5 9 13 166 13
2013 Indy Pro 2000 16 1 1 13 14 0 8
2012 Cooper Tires USF2000 14 8 5 11 11 139 13

RAF = Running at Finish




First Start
March 13, 2016 (St. Petersburg)

NTT IndyCar Series

  • 2018
    • Finished a career-best 14th for Ed Carpenter Racing in his first full season of NTT IndyCar Series competition.
    • Scored first podium at Iowa when he finished second.
    • Recorded a 4th Place finish at Portland.
    • Qualified sixth and led three laps at the Indianapolis 500 before finishing 20th.
  • 2017
    • Finished 20th in NTT IndyCar Series with best finish of eighth at Long Beach.
    • Contested the 11 road/street events for Ed Carpenter Racing.
    • Started 29th and finished 18th for Juncos Racing at the Indianapolis 500.
    • Recorded three top-10 finishes.
  • 2016
    • Made 10 NTT IndyCar Series starts between Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing and Ed Carpenter Racing with best finish of seventh at Mid-Ohio.
    • Started 29th and finished 25th in first Indianapolis 500.
    • Recorded first career top-10 finish at Road America in just third start with Ed Carpenter Racing.

Spencer's Road To Indy

  • 2017
    • Competed in three IMSA endurance races, Rolex 24 At Daytona, 12 Hours of Sebring and 6 Hours of The Glen, in a Mazda prototype with a best finish of third at Watkins Glen.
  • 2016
    • Competed in IMSA North American Endurance Cup races in a Mazda Prototype (Rolex 24 At Daytona, 12 Hours of Sebring, 6 Hours of Watkins Glen and Petit Le Mans).
  • 2015
    • Won Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires championship for Juncos Racing with six wins, four poles and 10 podium finishes.
  • 2014
    • Won Indy Pro 2000 Championship presented by Cooper Tires title for Juncos Racing with six wins, five poles and seven podium finishes.
    • Claimed Indy Pro 2000 Cooper Tires WinterFest championship with two wins, four poles and four podiums in four starts.
    • Finished third in Ultra 94 Porsche GT3 Cup Canada for Alegra Motorsports with two wins, one pole and eight podium finishes.
  • 2013
    • Finished fourth in Indy Pro 2000 Championship for Team Pelfrey with a win, pole a five podium finishes.
    • Made two starts in European F3 Open event for Wes-Tec at Paul Ricard, finishing fifth in race 2.
    • Made four starts in Ultra 94 Porsche GT3 Cup Canada for Alegra Motorsports with a win at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, a pole and three podium finishes.
  • 2012
    • Finished second in Cooper Tires USF2000 standings for Cape Motorsport with Wayne Taylor Racing with eight wins, 11 podiums and pole positions.
    • Won Cooper Tires USF2000 WinterFest championship with five wins in six races.
    • Tested a Formula 3 car in England as part of the Team USA Scholarship.
  • 2011
    • Finished second in USF2000 Championship standings for Andretti Autosport with three wins, four poles and eight podium finishes.
    • Finished second in Cooper Tires WinterFest with two wins and two poles.
    • Earned Team USA Scholarship to compete in Duratec Class of the Formula Ford Festival and the MSA Formula Ford Championship event at Silverstone with Cliff Dempsey Racing.
  • 2010
    • Won the BF Goodrich/Skip Barber National Series presented by Mazda championship with three wins, five poles and 12 podium finishes in 14 starts.
    • Named series’ top rookie.
    • Earned Team USA Scholarship for first time.
    • Qualified on pole for Formula Ford Festival and finished fourth in the final with race’s fastest lap.
    • Finished seventh in Walter Hayes Trophy.
    • Competed in Ontario Formula Ford championship event at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, finishing first and second in doubleheader event.
  • 2009
    • Won Skip Barber Karting Shoot Out” Scholarship Award and became an official MAZDASPEED Motorsports Development Driver.
    • Won in his first Skip Barber race weekend at Sebring and five Skip Barber Eastern Region races out of nine starts.
    • Claimed class victory in SCCA 13-Hour Endurance Race at Virginia International Raceway, finishing sixth overall.
  • Early Career
    • Competed in karting winning numerous Stars of Karting, WKA and Florida State championships.
Ed Carpenter Racing

In late 2011, Ed Carpenter Racing was created with Ed Carpenter himself assuming responsibilities of both owner and driver.

Carpenter drove the full 2012 and 2013 seasons in his own car, scoring his first win as both owner and driver in the team’s first season. The Indianapolis native solidified his status as a hometown favorite when he won back-to-back pole positions for the 2013 and 2014 Indianapolis 500s.

Heading into 2014, Carpenter shifted his driving focus exclusively to ovals and hired Mike Conway to compete in the road and street course events. ECR won three races in 2014 – Carpenter at Texas Motor Speedway and Conway at Long Beach and the second of the Toronto doubleheader events.

ECR combined with Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing for 2015, forming a two-car effort known as CFH Racing. Prior to the 2016 season, Carpenter resumed full ownership and Ed Carpenter Racing returned. Full-time driver Josef Newgarden scored three wins in those two seasons, including leading teammate Luca Filippi to the team’s first-ever 1-2 finish.

After three years of driving for ECR during the Month of May, JR Hildebrand stepped into the full-time role in 2017 and scored two podium finishes. Carpenter qualified second for the Indianapolis 500, his third front row start in five years and the team’s fourth. Spencer Pigot, who joined the team midway through the 2016 season as the road and street course driver.

Pigot was named the full-time driver of ECR’s No. 21 entry in 2018 and scored his first Indy car podium with a second place at Iowa Speedway. Carpenter, who shared the No. 20 car with British rookie Jordan King – scored his third Indianapolis 500 pole and finished second in the race, which saw ECR expand to three cars as Danica Patrick joined the team to close out her motorsports career.

In 2019, ECR and Scuderia Corsa will combine their efforts to field Ed Jones in 13 of 17 events. Jones will join Carpenter in the No. 20, handling the road and street course events as Carpenter continues to drive on the ovals.

Jones will shift to the No. 64 Ed Carpenter Racing Scuderia Corsa Chevrolet for the Indianapolis 500 as ECR moves back to a three-car lineup. Pigot will drive the No. 21 in his fourth year with ECR and his second season as the team’s full-time driver.


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