Like the rising sun that dispels shadows and brings with a sense of surging hope, Rolex the world celebrated watch manufacturing company led the world of motorsports racing in America to a new beginning. Collaborating with the organizations in the United States, Rolex co-created the famed Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series that brings together some of the best racers in the world. Known for its high level of competitiveness and challenges, the 12 races that form a part of the Rolex Series have all witnessed the rise of many competent race car drivers and the ascent of many teams.
Veteran race car driver recognized for his expert comprehension of the circuit, Andy Lally is all set to make an effort to qualify for Sprint Cup Series race that is going to be held at the Watkins Glen circuit on the 9th of August. Respected by competitors and spectators for an unmatched level of performance and determined action, Andy Lally has a list of tremendous accomplishments to his name. Three-time winner of the Rolex Championships varied classes that include the GT in 2006, the SGS in 2004 and the SRPII in 2001, Andy Lally was also involved with the GT class outperformed all the others to win the Rolex 24 Hour in February this year.
Born in Northport, New York in 1975, Andy Lally is regarded as a champion with an extensive knowledge of road racing. Commencing his racing career with karting, Andy Lally won 2 WKA National Gold Cup Championships before getting into sports car racing in 1983 in the SCAA regional tournaments. Claiming the USF2000 Rookie of the Year award in the very first year of his professional racing career, Andy Lally had certainly set the tone for the astounding skills and accomplishments that were to follow. Temporarily driving the #7 Chevrolet for TRG Motorsports in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, Andy Lally is a formidable racer in the motorsports industry. Currently holding the record for the most number of top 3 and top 5 finishes, he is tied for second position with 19 victories in the series. Apart from the tremendous number of accomplishments already attained, Andy Lally also holds the record for the most number of consecutive Grand Am Rolex season participations with at least one victory from the years 2004 to 2009. This remarkable champion represents a different breed of champions becoming the first driver in the history of Rolex Series to start off the season armed with a win at every single track that plays host to the Rolex races.
Currently driving the No. 67 Porsche in the Rolex GT Series, Andy Lally has been able to perform consistently all the racing tournaments indicating that this prodigious racer is bent on re-shaping the way racing has been perceived. From the race tracks of the karting arena to the Rolex Series and the NASCAR, Andy Lally has been able to give a commendable number of performances for his team. Hoping to clinch the top spot for TRG Motorsports, Andy Lally will be driving the second car for the team at the Sprint Cup Series race.
Enthused fans all over the world will be anxiously waiting for the crowning of their champion, Andy Lally at the Sprint Series.