LEO satellite-based navigation has gained much attention recently. Our earlier simulation study indicated that for signals transmitted from LEO satellites, ionospheric scintillation introduces deeper and more frequent fades and much higher phase dynamics compared to signals transmitted from MEO satellites (Morton et al., 2022). However, there has not been a study on the impact of ionospheric scintillation on the performance of ground-based receiver signal tracking. This paper applies simulated ionospheric plasma irregularity effect on GNSS-like L-band signals transmitted from LEO satellites to assess ground-based receiver signal tracking performance. A physics-based, data-consistent ionosphere scintillation simulator presented by Xu et al. (2020) is used to produce a phase screen model designed to generate realistic strong scintillation effects. The input parameters are extracted from real GPS signal received by a ground station in Hong Kong during a strong ionospheric scintillation event. In this paper, we simulate GPS L1 C/A signals transmitted from LEO orbit, traveling through the phase screen, and received by a stationary receiver on the ground. Multiple scenarios have been simulated assuming phase screens generating different levels of scintillation, LEO satellite orbit parameters, and transmission signal parameters such as amplitude and carrier phase. A total of 9 different space-to-time scale factors associated with these satellite and ionosphere phase screen configurations are considered.