Andy Belmont (born November 20, 1957 in Langhorne, Pennsylvania) is a stock car racer. Belmont began racing at an early age before moving south. In 1987, he was named the NASCAR Dash Series Rookie of the Year, then he won the championship the next year as a car owner.

In 1989, Belmont made his Winston Cup debut at the Peak Performance 500, starting 35th and finishing 29th after his #04 Ford Thunderbird suffered braking failure. He would run that same race two years later, but finished last after NASCAR flagged him. The next year, he finished runner-up for Winston Cup Rookie of the Year despite running just eight races. His best NASCAR finish came in a Busch Series race in 1995 at Darlington Speedway, which was 21st. After spending several years out of Cup, Belmont returned to the Series in 1999, running the #79/04 America Online car for T.R.I.X. Racing. Unfortunately, he did not qualify for any races. In 2004, Belmont returned to Cup, running two races for Hermie Sadler.

Since 2000 he has run 174 in the ARCA RE/MAX Series. He has not won yet, but has 54 top-ten finishes.

In 2006, Belmont attempted Cup racing again, entering a car in the Daytona 500 sponsored by Year One Muscle Cars and

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