Andrew Gordon-Colebrooke started his motorsport career in 2012, as he contested the first of two campaigns in the MG Trophy. A switch of disciplines from tin-tops to single seaters followed, as he entered the Monoposto championship.
The Buckinghamshire racer made an immediate impact, with a sensational record of eight race victories in fourteen races taking him to the 1600 class title at the first attempt, before a three year run in the Moto 1400 class culminated in him taking the class vice-champion honours in 2017. During that time, Gordon-Colebrooke started competing in selected Creventic Endurance Series races, taking in 24 Hour races at iconic venues like Catalunya, Dubai, Silverstone and the Circuit of the Americas behind the wheel of a Renault Clio, SEAT Leon TCR and Porsche 911 Cup.
Having whetted his appetite for GT and endurance competition, the 26 year old entered the Ginetta GT4 Supercup last year with former series champions Century Motorsport, a move that saw him competing on the UK’s biggest race package, in support of the British Touring Car Championship.
Quickly getting to grips with his 355bhp Ginetta G55 GT4, Gordon-Colebrooke was a consistent presence towards the head of the field, recording a handful of top six race finishes as well as posting an impressive qualifying record that including a front-row start at Oulton Park.
For 2019, the Lillingstone Dayrell based driver will continue his partnership with Century Motorsport as he enters the prestigious British GT Championship behind the wheel of a BMW M4 GT4, a team and car combination that secured both the Drivers’ and Teams’ title last year.
With standout raw speed and eye-catching race craft, Gordon-Colebrooke will be one to watch this year as he continues his motorsport career with the ambition of one day becoming a manufacturer driver at the top level of GT racing, including the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Gordon-Colebrooke is a member of Andy Priaulx Sports Management and part of their professional driver performance academy, while he races with the support of loyal partners WHIreland Wealth Management, Buthlaw Automotive and Tyrell Automotive.