Battling a lack of funds and an increasingly demanding business, Andrew signed to drive for Mobil One racing in 1990, a deal which unfortunately saw him struggle for the year in uncompetitive machinery and competing only in the endurance races for 1991 and 1992.
1993 through to 1995 saw Andrew continue to battle at Bathurst in uncompetitive machinery, this time racing for Allan Moffat in his Cenovis racing team. His triumph in the 1994 Targa Tasmania in a Porsche 944 Turbo Cup was a small consolation! Andrew would continue in the V8 Supercar Championship as an Endurance specialist until 2001 and never finished outside the top 10, the highlight being a 3rd racing with Mark Larkham and Pack Leader Racing (SBR).
In 2000, Andrew got a taste for American Muscle, driving Nascars for Adelaide’s Bob Middleton and his Whiteline racing team. Two exploratory outings that year led to two consecutive championship wins in 2001 and 2002, a feat Andrew describes as one of the most enjoyable to date.
In 2010, Andrew looks to reunite one of his most successful racing partnerships and will again campaign a car owned by Bob Middleton and his Whiteline Racing outfit, this time in a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro in the Biante Touring Car Masters. Going up against his old sparring partners Jim Richards and John Bowe will be a challenge, as will current and two time champion Gavin Bullas – but if Andrew’s credentials are anything to go by, you’d be brave to bet against him.