Having grown up at the racetrack, Andrew developed a passion for everything pertaining to auto racing. His in-depth knowledge of the sport along with an unquestionable desire for success has allowed Andrew to thrive as both an instructor and a race car driver. Starting in SCCA club racing, he captured multiple championships in his first several years of competition. Andrew then moved into the professional ranks of auto racing by competing in the United States Formula Ford 2000 Championship. Over the last decade, Andrew has proven to be a very versatile driver by competing in Prototypes and GT Porsches in the Rolex Grand-Am Series and the American Le Mans Series. With over 100 professional races under his belt, he has solidified his position as one of the most talented young drivers in endurance racing. 2011 proved to be a banner year for Andrew, as he was selected to drive the famous #59 Brumos Racing Porsche in the Rolex Sports Car Series. At season’s end, he was crowned the 2011 Rolex GT Champion after capturing two victories and multiple podium finishes. In addition, Andrew was elected a member of the AARWBA All-America Team and selected as one of SPEED TV's Top 10 GRAND-AM drivers for 2011.