Andy Evans (racing driver)

Andy Evans ( * June 27, 1951 ) is a retired American race car driver and entrepreneur.

Andy Evans was in the 1980s and 1990s, active with sports cars and achieved his greatest success in the U.S. racing series. After early years in brand cups he went from 1990 in various IMSA series. In 1994 he went to Scandia Motorsport on a Ferrari 333SP in the IMSA World Sports Car Championship at the start. He celebrated his first success with partner Fermín Vélez at the 2- hour race at Laguna Seca in 1994.

Twice he won the 12 Hours of Sebring. 1995 won jointly with Vélez and Eric van de Poele on a Ferrari 333SP. Two years later, Vélez, Yannick Dalmas and Stefan Johansson his victorious team partner. After the 24 - hour race at Daytona in 1998 Evans ended his racing career.

The wealthy Evans, who for many years held a leading role in Microsoft, in addition to its racing activities also worked as a team owner and investor. Mid -1990s, he acquired the marketing rights to the IMSA series.

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