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Rally car racing is considered the extreme sport of automobile racing and is often described simply as “real cars, real roads, real fast.” This all-season motorsport sees drivers and their co-drivers take modified road cars to the limit as they achieve blistering speeds over courses that cover more than 100 miles of gravel, dirt or snow-covered roads.
The Edmonton-born Andrew Comrie-Picard is competing for the American, Canadian, and North American rally championships in 2007. When he isn’t racing, Comrie-Picard works in television. He is the co-host of the 2007 Canadian Rally Championship broadcast, airing nationwide on the CHUM network, and the host and associate producer of the fifth-annual Targa Newfoundland broadcast, shown on Speed Network in the US and Global television in Canada. He is also the host of the Global TV reality show War of the Wheels, and an extreme auto correspondent for Driver’s Seat television.
Comrie-Picard now divides his time between Toronto and Indiana, Pennsylvania.
For the latest on ACP's standings and rally news visit Rally America or Musketeer Racing.
Read our case study which show cases how the LM-1 saved ACP's rally here. You can also see a clip of Andrew's show, War of the Wheels here.