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Fast Facts

DOB:  January 31, 1998

Hometown:  Seattle, WA, USA

Height:  5'9"

Weight:  150lb


Hailing from Seattle, Washington, 21 year old Andrew Evans has a large racing pedigree and is quickly establishing himself as one of  America’s top young Prototype drivers.  For 2019, Andrew is competing in the premier four race Michelin Endurance Championship, building on his prior successes with Performance Tech Motorsports that date back to 2016.  In March, Evans won the 12 Hours of Sebring.


2017 and 2018 saw Andrew succeed in both Europe and the United States.  This included several podium finishes, one win, and a strong 4th place finish in the British LMP3 Cup with teammate, and recently retired 2x All-Star MLB player, CJ Wilson.  In addition, he raced select events in the IMSA Prototype Challenge Championship for Charles Wicht Racing and Performance Tech Motorsports.


Andrew is on-track virtually every week, as lead instructor for ProFormance Racing School in Seattle.  He also travels frequently to drive professionally at marketing events for auto manufacturers including Jaguar Land Rover.  Beyond his on-track efforts, Andrew utilizes his marketing and promotion expertise to represent automotive manufacturers in their marketing campaigns at events around the country.


Andrew’s racing started in karts at age 8, and hit high gear at age 14 with his podium shifter kart performance at SKUSA Supernationals, the largest kart race in the world.  At age 15, Andrew received a scholarship to drive an F1600 car with Lynx Racing Team, coached by Steven Cameron.  At age 16, Andrew competed in both the Pacific Formula F2000 series and the SCCA Majors Tour with PR1 Motorsports. Evans won the Pacific F2000 championship with 3 wins, and 7 podiums, and would go on to place second in the SCCA Majors Tour. Furthermore, he broke track records at Laguna Seca and Pacific Raceways, and placed second at the SCCA National Runoffs in Formula Continental.

Recent Racing Experience



IMSA WeatherTech Sports Car Championship

  • 12 Hours of Sebring Winner; LMP2 Category

  • Currently first place in championship; LMP2 Category


British Prototype Cup

  • 1 win, 2 podiums

  • 4th in Championship

  • Drove for United Autosports with teammate, and recently retired MLB player, C.J. Wilson



IMSA Mazda Prototype Lites

  • Two top-five finishes in debut race weekend

  • Testing was completed at Daytona, Sebring, and Mosport in 2016, plus a debut race at Laguna Seca


Pacific F2000 Series

  • Series Champion

  • Rookie of the Year

  • Drive of the Year

  • 3 win, 7 podiums in 9 races

  • 5 pole positions & 4 fast laps

  • Broke the SCCA track record at Laguna Seca Raceways for Formula Continental


SCCA National Championship Run-Offs

  • 2nd place in nation for Formula Continental

  • Qualified 2nd out of 23 drivers


SCCA US Majors Tour; West

  • 1 win, 5 podiums in 8 races

  • 2nd place in series

  • 5 pole positions & 5 fast laps

  • Broke the SCCA track record at Pacific Raceways for Formula Continental



Pacific F1600 Series

  • Signed to Lynx Racing after extensive driver-talent search

  • First season in open wheel race cars

  • 4 podiums


Rotax Challenge of the Americas;  Sr. DD2

  • 5 podiums in 6 races

  • 2nd place in series

  • Aged up two years early to the Rotax Senior Category



SKUSA Supernationals;  S5 Jr. Shifter

  • Fastest Lap Time in almost every session

  • 3rd place


Northwest Gold Cup;  IAME III

  • Series Champion


Northwest Gold Cup;  Jr. Shifter

  • 3 wins in 3 races


SKUSA Supernationals;  S5 Jr. Shifter

  • Received the GoPro Hard Charger Award for passing the most drivers



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