Andrew Davis is well-known for his determination and his ability to beat the odds. His opening stint in the 2011 Rolex Series finale race at Mid-Ohio took the Brumos #59 Porsche GT3 from last to first, paving the way for the Brumos Championship win. He then kicked off 2012 by winning pole position in one of the largest GT fields ever seen for the 50th anniversary Rolex 24 at Daytona, ending the historic race with a podium finish.
A University of GA graduate, Andrew saw early success with three consecutive SCCA championships in 1997-1999. In 2003 he joined GRAND-AM competition, finding his niche in the GT class. In 2008, he scored three victories and 2nd place in the Rolex Series GT Championship with Stevenson Motorsports, followed by 3rd place and three wins in 2009.
Andrew was critical to Brumosí successful return to GT competition in 2011. He claimed a pole position, two wins and an additional podium as well as Rolex Series GT driver and team championships. He was elected to the AARWBA All-America Team and named one of SPEED TVís Top 10 GRAND-AM drivers for 2011. The Rolex 24 was the first of the 4 podiums Brumos claimed in 2012, along with six top 5ís, earning Davis 5th place in the 2012 GT Driver Championship. He was also honored with membership in the prestigious Road Racing Drivers Club for 2012.
Following Brumosí 2013 retirement from the series, Andrew joined Dempsey Racing for 2014, driving a Porsche 911 GT America in the IMSA Tudor Series. He also competed in the Continental Sportscar Challenge Series with Stevenson Motorsports, taking 3rd place in 2014, followed up with the championship win in 2015. He partnered once again with Leh Keen in the Alex Job WeatherTech Porsche in 2015ís four endurance races. Andrew also continues to play an active role as a Driving Instructor with the Porsche Sports Driving School and the Brumos Driving Experience.