Welcome to the Official Site of ProCup and NASCAR Driver Andrew Smith

"This young man is a tremendous competitor who is very smooth at high speed. He is as good at his age now as was Buddy Baker, Cale Yarborough and Mario Andretti when they were 20.”
                                 - H.A."Humpy" Wheeler

                              Famed Promoter / Retired Lowe's Motor Speedway Pres.

"Andrew is one of those few racers that stays focused and works very hard to constantly improve and adapt. Through his actions, Andrew convinced me that I was seeing a future NASCAR star.”
                                            - Gary Nelson
                                Former Crew Chief and NASCAR Official

"On occasion, one will step up and display talent that places him in a special group. Andrew has made that step and continues to show the progress that makes me believe in him."
                                         - Ken Ragan
                                                                              Retired NASCAR Driver

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Success at the Stampede

Andrew traveled to the famed Lernerville Speedway in Pennsylvania on October 25 to defend his 2013 win the in 4 Cylinder division at the Steel City Stampede. It was only his second trip to the track in Sarver, but just like last year, Andrew brought the title - and the belt buckle - home to Georgia!

Lernerville Victory Lane

ASR Dirt Team Scores Victory

The ASR Cash-n-Carry Used Auto Parts #00 was first to the checkers at Oglethorpe Speedway Park on May 2. Driver Bradd Craft was among the front runners all night and fought his way to the lead after a late race restart to earn the victory.

Sweet Victory At Screven

Andrew finally overcame the demons that have plagued him at the Screven Motorsports Complex by winning the biggest event of the season - the 100 lap, $9000.00 to win Renegade Battle Royale. Starting from the fifth spot, Andrew patiently made his way to the top spot. Despite some furious challenges from others and some wicked lapped traffic, once Andrew took the lead, he never let go and brought the Number 62 home first!








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