One of the more versatile prototype drivers in sports car racing, Englishman Andy Meyrick joined the DeltaWing Racing Cars program beginning at Sebring in 2013. Including the DeltaWing, Meyrick has raced six different LMP1 cars: the Audi R10 TDI (the same car that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans from 2006 through 2008) as well as Lola, Aston Martin and ORECA chassis.
Meyrick switched from junior professional football in England to auto racing at age 19, working his way up through the British Formula ranks. He made the move to sports cars in 2009, earning rookie honors at Le Mans before gaining a spot with Dyson Racing in the American Le Mans Series in 2010. Meyrick became an Aston Martin factory driver in 2011, testing and running the endurance races (including Le Mans and the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup). Signing on with Gulf Racing in 2012, Meyrick competed in the 2013 Blancpain Endurance Series, driving a McLaren. Meyrick joined Bentley as a factory driver late in 2012, helping to earn a fourth place finish in the historic marque's return to racing at the Gulf 12 Hours. In 2014, Meyrick and teammates Guy Smith and Steven Kane earned two victories (Silverstone and Paul Ricard) en route to a second place finish in the championship. This last season, Meyrick took 3 podiums in the Blancpain Pro Cup with the team finishing the season second in the Championship.