Andrew Davis has a way of saving the best for last, closing out his 2010 season with a victory and then ending 2011 in an even more memorable way. His opening stint in this season's Mid-Ohio finale took the Brumos #59 Porsche GT3 all the way from last to first, paving the way for a down-to-the wire finish that brought home the Rolex Series GT Championship for Brumos.
Davis graduated from the University of GA and enjoyed early success in SCCA Racing, scoring three back-to-back championships in 1997-1999. In 2003 he joined GRAND-AM competition, making early starts in the DP class and Cup Series before finding his niche in the GT class. In 2008, Davis scored three victories and 2nd place in the Rolex Series GT Championship with Stevenson Motorsports, following up with 3rd place and three wins in 2009.
Andrew's Porsche expertise was well-known to Brumos, as he and Hurley Haywood both serve as instructors for the Porsche Sport Driving School. That experience, combined with his on-track accomplishments, earned Andrew the invitation to join Brumos Racing for 2011. His contributions played a major role in the team's level of success as they returned to Rolex Series GT competition.
The season saw Davis claim his first Brumos pole position, two wins and an additional podium in addition to GT driver and team championships. He 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 plans to carry that momentum forward, beginning with the Rolex 24 at Daytona, ready to defend the Brumos championship in 2012.
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