(Indianapolis, IN) -- Driver Glenn "COACH" Andrew has announced his intention to run for the rookie crown of the Kendall Late Model series. The veteran road- course racer decided to pursue the circle track series and a quest for the Hubler...
(Indianapolis, IN) -- Driver Glenn "COACH" Andrew has announced his intention to run for the rookie crown of the Kendall Late Model series. The veteran road- course racer decided to pursue the circle track series and a quest for the Hubler Group Rookie of the Year Award. "I wanted to take our talents and pursue the prestigious honor of Rookie of the Year in the Kendall Late Model Series," stated driver "COACH" Andrew. "The entire team at Tri-American Motorsports is focused on the rookie crown."
Though a rookie to the series, "COACH" Andrew has seen his share of racing from running modifieds on dirt tracks and even some American Speed Association oval experience. "We (Tri-American Motorsports team) were looking for a new challenge and felt that the Kendall Series provided all the elements we desired. We wanted the competition, professionalism and technology without the exorbitant costs," smiled "COACH". "Having attended some races in 2001, I was convinced that this was the series in which we should compete."
Competition is what you will find in the Kendall Late Model series. On any given night, less than a full second separates the 1st place qualifier from the rest of the field.
Why 'COACH'? For over twenty-five years Glenn 'COACH' Andrew has been the boys varsity basketball coach at North Central High School in Farmersburg, Indiana just south of Terre Haute, Indiana. His love for the sport of basketball and auto racing is only surpassed by the devotion to his wife Carol of over 30 years, his 4 children and 6 grandchildren.
Watch for 'COACH' Andrew in the Kendall Late Model Series as he pursues the Hubler Rookie of the Year honors in 2002.