Andrew "Andy" Linden (born 5 April 1922 in Brownsville, died 10 February 1987 in Torrance) was an American racing driver. He competed in 8 Indianapolis 500s during the 1950s, including both occasions in which it was a World Championship event. In 1951, he drove for the Monégasque Ecurie Albertini.
Linden made his AAA and F1 début at Indianapolis in 1950, but failed to finish. He would eventually start 67 races, scoring four podiums. Despite his modest results, he managed to finish fifth in the championship in 1955 following his sixth place result at Indianapolis as well as seven other top-ten finishes, including a third place at Springfield.
His career ended in 1957, when a crash saw a piece of his helmet break into his skull paralysing Linden.
Complete Alternate Formula One results
|1950||Bruce & Louis Bromme||Bromme 1950||Offenhauser 3.0 L4C||GBR||MON|| 500
|1951||Ecurie Albertini||Kurtis Kraft 2000||Offenhauser 3.0 L4C||MON|| 500