In 2017, Jones again contests the Dunlop Super2 Series, spearheading Brad Jones Racing’s three-car program.
The nephew of team owner Brad and son of fellow team owner Kim Jones, Andrew first appeared in Formula Ford and quickly proved a dab hand, making his debut in the Dunlop Super2 Series at Winton in 2002 and then in the Supercars Championship at Bathurst that same year.
After two more years in the Dunlop Super2 Series - which saw him take out the title in 2004 - Jones scored his first big break into the championship with Garry Rogers Motorsport in 2005, but a tough season saw team boss Rogers replace Jones after Bathurst, ironically after the young gun had finished a season best fourth in partnership with Cameron McConville.
He joined Tasman Motorsport for 2006, before heading home to Albury in 2007 and re-joining Team BOC.
He again drove for the team in 2008 before moving into an endurance driver role, one he has filled ever since.