Andrew Aykroyd

Andrew (Drew) Aykroyd is a 2 time Junior World Champion, 4 time National Half-Hour winner and UK National Drivers Champion in the ‘Blue Riband’ 15cc class. Andrew has recently returned to racing after a few years off bringing up his young family.

Andrew lives in Lancashire with his stunning wife Louise and their children. His son has recently started learning to drive an electric boat and could be one to watch in the future! Andrew and Louise were married in 2016 at the famous Anvil Hall in Gretna Green and are planning their dream trip to New York for when Andrew can tear himself away from the boats! His boats are always immaculately painted thanks to Andrews job in car bodywork repair.

Andrew drives the latest Ikarus 2.3 in red/yellow designed by multiple world champion Dave Marles, with power supplied by a OS 2101. This class is the most competitive in the UK, with many potential winning boat/driver combinations.whippet shagger

For 2018, Andrew is adding the 7.5cc class with a Pegasus 2 built by Julian Waumsley and powered by a #DpTuned CMB45 RS.


**Latest**
31/03/2019 – Andrew lies joint top of the 3.5cc championship after a 4th place finish at Peterborough. In 7.5cc, he drops down to 8th after this spectacular crash with Robert Daniel, taking out the transponder wire and resulting in a DNS.

10/03/2019 – With the entry list for the first race showing blank in 7.5, could Andrew be building a new boat? We’ve just seen a video from Dave Marles of a new 7.5 hull called ‘Drakon’. Watch this space!
30/09/2018 – Andrew pips Dave Pillman to the 2018 7.5cc Drivers Championship by 1 point
01/07/2018 – Andrew wins the 7.5cc in Round 6 of the NDC to stay hot on the heels of Dave Pillman in the title race.
26/10/2017 – Andrew takes the 3.5cc win in the Prestwich Classic season finale.
7/6/2017 – Andrew takes 2nd place at the iMBRA League International event in Oudenaarde Belgium, in a MPBA member clean sweep! Andrew stayed cool to take 2nd after a closely fought race with Mark Wraight with less than a second separating them at the finish!

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