Andy Santerre Looking Forward to New Job with Hattori Racing

By Mahoney, Larry | Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME), January 11, 2012 | Go to article overview

Andy Santerre Looking Forward to New Job with Hattori Racing


Mahoney, Larry, Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME)


Andy Santerre called it a "challenge."

But the Cherryfield native and four-time NASCAR K&N Pro Series East points champion said he is looking forward to working for former Indy Racing League driver Shigeaki Hattori and his Hattori Racing Enterprises team in the K&N and Automobile Racing Club of America series this coming season after parting ways with Revolution Racing.

Some personnel changes at Revolution Racing left a sour taste in his mouth.

"I loved doing what I was doing [at Revolution Racing] and we were very successful on the K&N side. We had great people, I was able to hire who I wanted to and we had fun," said Santerre. "But they have new management and they've made a lot of changes that I didn't agree with and that I didn't want to be a part of. It wasn't the direction I wanted to go in."

Santerre spent two years as the competition director with Revolution Racing under NASCAR's Drive for Diversity program and his drivers won six of the 12 K&N series races last season.

"I have no hard feelings toward them. They treated me well. Max [Siegel] bought my [Andy Santerre Motorsports team] and he was fair to me. I want them to succeed, and Jefferson Hodges, who was the competition director on the Late Model side and has taken over for me on the K&N side while also handling the Late Models, is a real good friend and a real good guy. He can call me any time [for advice or help]," said Santerre.

Siegel, the former president of Global Operations for Dale Earnhardt Inc., owns Revolution Racing.

Santerre said five valued and cherished employees were laid off in November, including crew chiefs Dave McCarty and Matt Goslant.

McCarty was the crew chief for Darrell Wallace Jr., and Goslant was the crew chief for Sergio Pena. They each won three races last season. Wallace finished second in points and Pena was fifth. The other two Revolution drivers, Ryan Gifford and Michael Cherry, wound up 10th and 14th, respectively. …

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