RACING IN: LMC
Scott Andrews is an Australian racing driver who won the 24 Hours of Daytona in 2021 (LMP3 class) and is now contesting the Michelin Le Mans Cup with United Autosports.
For Scott, spending time at the race track was part of childhood, watching his father drag race motorbikes. By the age of 10, Scott was on track himself and getting competitive on the karting scene.
Fast forward to his twenties and, in 2015, a stellar single seater season, with Scott winning both the Formula Ford 1600 Australia Bathurst championship and the F1600 Formula F Championship Series. The following year, he added the prestigious Walter Hayes trophy to his collection, with a win at the annual Formula Ford race in Silverstone.
Scott’s protoype journey started in 2016 and two years later he raced with United Autosports for the first time, stepping in for two LMP3 races in the 2018 European Le Mans Series where he achieved a 100% podium success rate, with a win at Spa-Francorchamps and third place in Portimao. In 2021, he signed for his first full season with United, racing in the Michelin Le Mans Cup with co-driver Gerry Kraut.
From prototypes to GT cars, Scott has also raced in major championships around the world in the LMGTE, GTD and Grand Sport classes – with accolades including third place at the 2022 24 Hours of Daytona.
In 2023, Scott is contesting the Michelin Le Mans Cup with United Autosports.
The last time I raced with United our results were fantastic.
// Won the Monza Round of the 2021 Michelin Le Mans Cup with United Autosports
// Won the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona (LMP3) in 2021
// Set the LMP3 lap record around Circuit de la Sarthe at the 2018 Road To Le Mans
michelin le mans cup
In 2021, Scott teamed up with American bronze driver Gerry Kraut for the Michelin Le Mans Cup. The driver duo had a great season with United Autosports, celebrating P2 on the podium in Barcelona (read the race report) and winning the Monza round (read the race report) – a track record they’re looking to build on in 2023 as they return to the Michelin Le Mans paddock with United.
Scott lives in Miami and when he’s not racing, he enjoys cycling with friends. He’s also a keen Sim racer, competing in major online leagues with teams including R8G e-sports – the team launched by former F1 driver Romain Grosjean.