Andrew and his race car

Coaching based on how you learn

  • Race weekend goal planning and management
  • Session goal planning
  • Awareness assistance - Radio communications during on track sessions
Screenshots of analysis and reports

Post Session Analysis

  • Verbal discussions, track maps, coordination with engineers and mechanics

Data and Video Analysis

  • Find the extra tenth to be on top

Post Event Reports for every test and race weekend

  • Always an ongoing learning process
Screenshot of simulator
  • Learn new tracks in a low risk environment
  • Understand setup changes
  • Work on your overall mentality of driving
  • Race Craft Development

Driving Games

  • rFactor
  • iRacing
  • F1 2013
  • Dirt 3
  • Others
Andrew Prendeville in his race car
  • Marketing Research and Sponsorship Development Consulting
  • Research and Development Testing
  • Private Track Days
  • Corporate Track Days
Andrew Prendeville in his helmet
  • F2000 and F1600 Championship Series
  • USF2000 Championship
  • Pro Mazda
  • Firestone Indy Lights
  • Ferrari Challenge
  • Grand Am and Koni Challenge
  • SCCA Nationals
  • Car Club Events
  • Private Track Days


Self Reliant Driving

More times than not in racing, we allow events and circumstances that are outside of our control to determine how we approach our own driving. In my 12 years’ experience as a professional driver, racing school instructor and private coach, I have found this to be the easiest way to sabotage your efforts.

This is why from day one you will learn how to become a self-reliant driver. We will work on determining what truly affects your driving performance and how to maximize your driving abilities through all circumstances that come about in a professional career, so that your results are to their maximum every time out.

The way I teach is based off of the way that you learn. Every person is different in so many ways. That is why I have learned to adapt to you in a purely customized fashion. Are you a visual learner? Are you an experience learner? A standardized approach to coaching in my opinion is the fastest way to make a client a standardized driver. It is simply impossible to become the best driver you can be if your aim is to be standard. Therefore, I strive to maximize my coaching abilities with every possible resource available to ensure that you become the driver you are supposed to be.

It is my ultimate goal to get the most out of you by teaching you as many techniques and processes as possible, so that the whole team/car/driver package can be at its maximum performance.


  • 12 Years Professional Racing Experience, Driver Coaching and Instructing
  • 2011-2012: Primary Driver for the Roush Yates EcoBoost V6 Twin Turbo LMP2 Engine (Project Libra)
  • 2012: COO, Black & Gold Experience, Motorsports Hospitality Company
  • 2012: Director, LSUSA, LLC (Project Libra Racing)
  • 2009-2012: Primary Driver for Project Libra Racing in The American Le Mans Series LMP2 Class
  • 2002-2011: Bertil Roos Racing School Senior Instructor
  • 2007-2009: Firestone Indy Lights Championship Driver
  • 2005: Mid-Ohio School Instructor
  • 2003-2004: USFF2000 Championship (2nd Place in Championship 2004)
  • SCCA Run-Offs National Champion and Co-Rookie of the Year 2002
  • Roos Racing School Championship - 2nd Place
  • Roos Racing School Rookie of the Year 2001