Scott Geoffrion got his first full-time ride in the NHRA Pro Stock division in 1991 and proceeded to finish fourth in the standings. In the next three years, he finished second (1992), third (1993) and fourth (1994) in the Pro Stock points chase. During that season, he earned six NHRA national event titles, the most by any Pro Stock driver, and was runner-up at five more, including the Winston Invitational. Geoffrion was named the Car Craft Driver of the Year in 1994. In all, he has notched nine career national event victories. Geoffrion was the fifth Pro Stock driver to join the Holley 6-Second Club, with his best performances including a 6.938 seconds elapsed time and 198.63 mph. Geoffrion won the Western Auto Nationals in 1997, and finished runner-up at the Winston Invitational and Lone Star Nationals.
Geoffrion died May 8, 2006 of an apparent heart attack in Southern California. He was 40. This is a 1/24 scale replica of his MOPAR 1997 Dodge Avenger Pro Stock car.