Resides: Los Altos, California
Having started his professional racing career in 2008, Matt Bell is a record setting qualifier, award winning Daytona Prototype driver, and back-to-back race winner. Matt was hired by Stevenson Motorsports to team with Jeff Bucknum in the distinctive blue No. 6 Sunoco Fuels Chevrolet Camaro in 2010. The duo brought new levels of success for the Camaro, with Bell scoring a breakthrough pole and leading the first laps for the Riley Technologies-built machine as well as picking up a pair of podiums. Matt has raced for Stevenson ever since in the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge category and steps up to the GT ranks with the team this year in the Audi R8 LMS.
Resides: Newbury, England
Robin was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, but now lives in Northampton, England. He is one of racing’s most experienced hands with numerous race wins in both prototype and GT cars. In addition to Stevenson Motorsports, Robin has driven for Corvette Racing, Intersport Racing, Panoz and Tafel Racing. Robin first entered the IMSA ranks in 2004 and has since made 137 starts and has amassed 29 victories and 59 podiums in the GT category. He combined with Andrew Davis in the No. 6 Camaro Z/28.R in 2015 and won the 2015 IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge championship.
Resides: Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Lawson started racing karts at the age of eight and went on to win State, National, North American and four Grand National Championships. After a successful move to open wheel racing at the age of 16, Lawson won championships in some of the most prestigious series in North America. In 2005, he finished on the podium in his first professional sports car race and then burst out onto the scene in 2006 winning the SPEED World Challenge GT Series in his rookie year. Lawson graduated from Vanderbilt University in 2006 with a double major in Engineering Science and Mathematics. He also received a minor in Management of Technology. When not racing, he enjoys strength training, karting, music, sim racing and travel.
Resides: Athens, Georgia
Having grown up at the racetrack, Andrew developed a passion for everything pertaining to auto racing. His in-depth knowledge of the sport along with an unquestionable desire for success has allowed Andrew to thrive as both an instructor and a race car driver. Starting in SCCA club racing, he captured two Sports 2000 championships in his first two years of competition. Next, he made the jump to open-wheel cars earning a points championship in Formula Continental. Andrew then moved into the professional ranks of auto racing by competing in the United States Formula Ford 2000 Championship. In 2001, he set his sights on sports car racing, capturing a podium finish in his first ALMS race at the 2001 Petit Le Mans. Over the last decade, Andrew has proven to be a very versatile driver by competing in Prototypes and GT Cars in the IMSA ranks. He has nine wins and 32 podiums to his credit in IMSA competition.