Andy Evans Stats & Career Highlights
- 1990- Andy Evans joins the International Motor Sports Association Camel Lights GT series.
- 1994- Andy Evans forms Team Scandia with Dick Simon.
- 1995- Team Scandia dominates the competition at the 12 Hours of Sebring. Evans’s winning team consists of himself, Fermin Velez, and Eric van de Poele.
The Team Scandia win at Sebring marks the first time that a Ferrari vehicle has won the race since 1972. Ferrari rewards Evans by giving him the opportunity to purchase an F50 outright without using the company’s restrictive lease program.
- 1996- Evans buys Team Scandia from Simon to gain full ownership.
Team Scandia dominates the 1996 Indianapolis 500 by fielding seven cars.
Evans and Roberto Muller purchase the International Motor Sports Association from Charles Slater. Evans decides to change the IMSA’s name to Professional Sports Car Racing (PSCR)
Team Scandia comes in second place at the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona.
- 1997- Team Scandia returns to the 12 Hours of Sebring with of Evans, Velez, Yannick Dalmas, and Stefan Johansson. This time they win the event, but only with a 47-second lead over the Dyson Racing Team. It is the third smallest victory gap in the race’s history.
Team Scandia places second at the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona for the second year in a row.
Team Scandia’s Eliseo Salazar wins an IRL event at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
- 1999- Andy Evans dissolves Team Scandia.
- 2001- Evans sells PSCR to Don Panoz, who changes the name back to IMSA.