Albatec Racing, Founded 2013, is a Scottish racing team in rallycross, founded by Andy Scott who is also its team principal and driver.


In the 2013 European Rallycross Championship, Andy Scott drove in all rounds and was a regular points scorer, with Kris Meeke making a one-off appearance in round 7, France.

In 2014, the first season of the World Rallycross Championship, the team's regular drivers were Andy Scott and Jacques Villeneuve with one-off drives for Davy Jeanney, Ollie O'Donovan, Ramona Karlsson and David Binks, as well as Andy's son, Marc Scott. the team finished 6th in the Teams Championship. In the European championship, Davy Jeanney and Ramona Karlsson represented the team.

In 2015, the European Championship, their line-up consisted of British driver, James Grint, and French driver, Jérôme Grosset-Janin. Jérôme Grosset-Janin gave the team their first win in the opening round, with victory at the Circuit Jules Tacheny Mettet in Wallonia. Grosset-Janin finished the season in second place.

In 2016, the team won again with last year's supercars champion, Tommy Rustad winning the season finale in Latvia and breaking Kevin Hansen's streak of victories. Again, Jérôme Grosset-Janin finished the season in second place, with one solitary second place. The season was won by 18-year-old Kevin Hansen, this being his only failure to win a race in the season.