Team driver Andrew “ACP” Comrie-Picard works fulltime as a top rally car driver, precision driver, auto journalist, and television host.
The 2009 North American Rally champion grew up in rural Alberta, Canada. He began racing BMX bikes at age 8 and, by age 10, he was experimenting with the family's farm trucks. By age 12 he was on a World Championship R/C car team competing around the world. Rally driving came naturally.
ACP began rally car driving in European competitions while a student at Oxford University in the UK and continued when he returned home to Canada after graduation. Although he began his professional career as a Big Apple entertainment lawyer, he soon abandoned the tried-and-true career track to race full-time.
His first rally car was an ex-factory Lada, but he soon moved on to Mitsubishi rally cars. Early in his career, he snagged both the Novice and Open class championships in the same year. Nobody else has done that before or since. He has now won the North American Rally Championship and medaled at ESPN's X Games.