A celebration of the life of Andrew John Scriven will be held on Saturday, February 10, 2:00 pm at the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame in Mooresville, NC.
Andrew Scriven, chief designer at the Onroak Automotive North America site, died on 24th December aged 57. Two months earlier he was the victim of a serious traffic accident while riding his bike. He finally succumbed to severe septicemia after fighting bravely for several weeks.
He began his career as a designer in 1984 and had previously worked as a designer for Lola Cars, Penske Cars (UK) and Penske Racing (USA) before joining Crawford & Crawford Composites and Max and Jan Crawford’s team in 1999.
Andy’s most recent involvement was the USF4 single seater, Crawford F4- 16 and the future F3 Americas chassis.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the “Race to Reading” program in honor of Andy and his passion for reading. Donations in Andy’s name may be made to the Denver Lake Norman Rotary Club Foundation Box 1972, Denver, NC 28037
North Carolina Auto Hall of Fame
119 Knob Hill Rd
NCARHOF is located in Mooresville, NC, immediately off I-77, conveniently set midway between I-40 & I-85. From I-77, take exit 36 and head west on Highway 150 (River Highway). Take a left at the Chick-fil-A onto Rolling Hills Rd., and then a right on Knob Hill Rd. NCARHOF is on the left.