If you want to know how competitive Scott Pruett is, just ask his wife Judy.
"He wants to be the best at everything he does," she said.
It's not surprising that the five-time GrandAm champ -- who won the series' last three titles -- puts as much effort into his Auburn, Calif. winery as he does his racing.
Wine Spectator Magazine recently named Pruett Vineyards one of the top-10 winemakers to watch in the future. Obviously, Pruett is as driven in the vineyard as he is on the racetrack.
"When Scott isn't racing or working out, he's in the vineyard," Judy Pruett joked. "I'm either a race widow or a wine widow."
Pruett, 52, won the pole for this weekend's Rolex 24 at Daytona, an event he's won four times (five times in the DP class). On Sunday, Pruett hopes to tie Hurley Haywood's record of five event titles in what is considered the Super Bowl of American sports car racing.
After his first stint in the Chip Ganassi Racing BMW, he spoke of his recent accolades in Wine Spectator Ma...