Andrew Davis brings a wealth of experience and success from a career that spans over two decades. Competing in multiple categories and platforms, he has enjoyed numerous victories and podium appearances in the Grand-Am Rolex Series, IMSA WeatherTech Championship, Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge, and the Pirelli World Challenge. Additionally, Davis is a multi-time champion capturing championship titles in the 2011 Grand-Am Rolex GT Series and the 2015 Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge. With more than 200 professional starts, Andrew has solidified his position among the most talented 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. Andrew started the 2012 season strong with a pole position at the 50th running of the 24 Hours at Daytona, and finished out the year with four visits to the podium. He was also honored with membership into the Road Racing Drivers Club for 2012.
Andrew continued his winning ways in 2014 with a return to Stevenson Motorsports to help develop the new Z/28R Camaro in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Series. He led the series with three victories, and also captured two pole positions while narrowing missing another championship. In addition to the above mentioned success, Andrew also drove the Dempsey Racing Porsche in the TUDOR United Sports Car Series sharing the car with Hollywood actor Patrick Dempsey. Andrew was once again behind the wheel of a Porsche 911 race car in 2015, as he was signed on by Alex Job Racing to compete in the four long endurance races in the Tudor United SportsCar Championship. A career best finish in the Rolex 24 at Daytona started off his successful 2015 campaign. In addition, Andrew found himself once again crowned series champion with a dominating effort in the 2015 Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge driving his Stevenson Motorsports Camaro Z/28R. In 2016, the Stevenson Motorsports program stepped back up to the WeatherTech Sportscar Championship awarding Andrew the opportunity to pilot the all new Audi R8 LMS. The two year campaign proved successful once again with another trip to victory lane, multiple podium finishes, and a top five position in the final championship standings. Andrew is currently driving for Magnus Racing in another Audi R8 LMS in the IMSA Series.
Professional Career Totals:
Championships: 2 – 2011 Rolex Series Champion
2015 Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Champion Victories: 17 Podiums: 51 Pole Positions: 9 2017: WeatherTech Sports Car Championship – Stevenson Motorsports: 1 Win, 2 Podiums
Pirelli World Challenge – McCann Racing & Magnus Motorsports: 1 Podium
2016: WeatherTech Sports Car Championship – Stevenson Motorsports: 3 Podiums
Pirelli World Challenge – Calvert Dynamics – Porsche GT3-R
2015: TUDOR United Sports Car Series – Alex Job Racing: 2nd Place at Daytona 24
Continental Tire Series – Stevenson Motorsports: Grand Sport Champion Leading the series with 4 wins and 8 podiums
2014: TUDOR United Sports Car Series – Dempsey Racing: 1 Podium
Continental Tire Series – Stevenson Motorsports: Series leading 3 wins and 5 podiums, 2 Pole Positions, finished 2nd in Championship
2013: Grand-Am Rolex Series – Brumos Racing & Snow Racing: 1 Podium
American Le Mans Series – Dempsey Racing: GTC Category
2012: Grand-Am Rolex Series – Brumos Racing: 50th Anniversary Rolex 24 – Pole Position, 3rd Place finish.
3 additional podiums, finished 5th in Championship
American Le Mans Series – Competition Motorsports: GTC Category
2011: Grand-Am Rolex Series – Brumos Racing: 2011 Rolex GT Champion with 2 wins and 3 podiums
American Le Mans Series – Green Hornet Racing: GTC Category
2008: Grand-Am Rolex Series – Stevenson Motorsports: Finished 2nd in the GT Championship with 3 wins and a series leading 9 podium finishes
KONI Challenge Series – Motorsport Technology Group: ran in the GS category In a Porsche 997.
2007: Grand-Am Rolex Series – Tafel Racing: Synergy Racing:
KONI Challenge Series – TRG: GS category (Barber Motorsports Park)
2006: Grand-Am Rolex Series – Tafel Racing: Best finish of 2nd (Miller Motorsports Park), one pole position (BarberMotorsports Park), multiple front row starts, numerous laps led, multiple top five finishes, 6th in Driver Championship.
American Le Mans Series – P2 category (Miracle Motorsports) 12 hours of Sebring
Grand-Am Cup – GS category (Tafel Racing & Race Prep Motorsports) Porsche 996
IMSA Lites – L1 & L2 category (Elan Motorsports & Comprent Motorsports) Competed in two events with two podium finishes
2005: Grand Am Rolex Series: Tafel Racing, 13 races, 5th in Team Championship, 9th in Drivers’ Championship, One pole position (Daytona), Porsche GT3 Cup
American Le Mans Series: TRG, 12 Hours of Sebring, Porsche GT3-RS
2004: Grand Am Rolex Series: Silverstone Racing, 3 races (qualified 3rd at Barber), Pontiac Crawford
Rolex 24 at Daytona: Foxhill Racing, SGS Class pole & Top 5 finish
American Le Mans Series: Foxhill Racing, Petit Le Mans, Porsche GT3 RSR
2003: Grand Am Cup Series: Foxhill Racing, GS1 Class
Rolex 24 at Daytona: The Racer’s Group, Porsche GT3-RS
American Le Mans Series: ACEMCO Motorsports, 12 Hours of Sebring & Road Atlanta (Top 5), Ferrari 360; Essex Racing, Petit Le Mans, LMP 675
HSR Historic Enduro Series: 2-Liter Can-Am Class (3 wins)
2002: American Le Mans Series: Fred Goddard Racing, Petit Le Mans, LMP 675
2001: Rolex 24 at Daytona: Archangel Motorsports, Sports Racer Prototype II
American Le Mans Series: Archangel Motorsports, Petit Le Mans (2nd), LMP 675
2000: U.S. Formula Ford 2000 Championship: Multiple Top five finishes
1999: SCCA Formula Continental: Southeast Division Champion
U.S. Formula Ford 2000 Championship: Competed in select events