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Andy Meyrick

Professional British Racing Driver

British born Andy Meyrick is a professional racing driver and coach based in the UK. Enjoying success from the beginning in Formula Ford, Andy continued up the ranks to British Formula 3 where in 2008 he ended the year with seven victories from twelve races.

In 2010, Andy’s debut in the US was a huge success, ending on the podium at the Sebring 12 hours. Later that year he also debuted on the Le Mans stage, achieving a 4th overall, winning the LMP1 Privateer class and being voted top rookie overall.

In 2014, Andy helped team Bentley secure their first win on British soil in the Blancpain Endurance Series at Silverstone before later that year being awarded the John Cobb Trophy by BRDC for achievements that year. This award is for those who have achieved success of an outstanding character. Previous winners of this award include Dario Franchitti, Lewis Hamilton and Nigel Mansell amongst others.

Andy has enjoyed a racing career of success, victory, poles and of course, because racing is racing, his own fair share of challenges. Nevertheless, Andy’s determination and drive has always brought him out on top and in 2017 he has competed full seasons with both GT and prototype teams as well as continuing his coaching and work with Team UK.