Andrew Gilbert-Scott

Andrew Gilbert-Scott

Andrew Gilbert-Scott

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Andrew Gilbert-Scott (born 11 July 1958 in Cookham Dean, England) is a former British racing driver.

Early career

He started his racing career in the Formula Ford British championship in 1981. In 1983, he moved to the Lola Formula Ford works team. Gilbert-Scott instantly succeeded and won the RAC and Townsend Thoresen Championships.

Career in Europe

In 1986, he stepped up into Formula Three, and ran for the Chuck McCarthy Racing team, finishing 11th overall. In 1987, he competed in some races in the FIA International Formula 3000 championship, and Andrew also entered sports car racing series such as the World Sportscar Championship and the All Japan Sports Prototype Championship.

Disappointed with his lack of progress in Europe, Gilbert-Scott tried to move to Japan in 1988. In this year, he competed in the All-Japan Formula Three Championship and the All Japan Sports Prototype Championship.

In 1989, he had further successes in the British Formula 3000 series for the Eddie Jordan Racing team, finishing 2nd overall. He also raced in International Formula 3000 for GA Motorsports. He raced at the 24 Hours of Le Mans as part of the Silk Cut Jaguar team in the Jaguar XJR-9 LM.

In the next two years, Gilbert-Scott continued his competition in the International Formula 3000 championship. He raced for Leyton House Racing in the 1990 season, and made a few appearances for the Roni Motorsport team in the 1991 season. But he did not score any notable results.

Move to Japan

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