Due to Covid-19, the prior half of the racing season was cut off. But Andre used this new surplus of time to better prepare himself for the upcoming races. This season contained his first ever national races. Despite the step up in competition and the inexperience in the new class, after driving through the field Andre earned a top ten finish, (6th), at WKA grand nationals at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The following national event was the Rotax Stars and Stripes race at Lafayette Motorsports Park. In his first time ever at that track, Andre was on the road to a podium finish in an extremely competitive field, when a mechanical failure ended his weekend early. The following race was at United Karting at BWI. Andre spent the entire weekend in the top 5 and avoided the early lap contact and stayed consistent to hold position. The final round of the Rotax Stars and Stripes series was at Oakland Valley Race Park, a track with a very strong local scene. Despite it being Andre’s first time at the track, he qualified third place in an extremely close field, with the difference between third place and eleventh place being less than 3 tenths of a second. Ultimately finishing in fourth place, separated from third by 3 tenths at the line. The following race at New Jersey Motorsports park, Andre was consistently posting some of the fastest times of the day all throughout Saturday practice. On Sunday the track conditions changed drastically as it started raining heavily throughout the day. Andre Qualified on pole by 7 tenths and led every lap as he drove to victory with an eleven second gap to second place, lapping every driver below 5th place. The final race of the season was at Raceway Park, Englishtown, where Andre qualified fourth and finished third after battling for second place despite a chassis that was on its last legs. Andre also ran several races in the NJ State Championship when not competing in other series, placing 3rd overall at the end of the season.