Between 1993 and 2004, Andreas Eriksson directed his focus towards rallying, coming remarkably close to securing the status of an official World Championship driver. However, in 2005, he shifted his attention to the exhilarating world of rallycross. During his junior years, he achieved a remarkable feat by setting a new Folkrace victory record that remains unchallenged to this day.

In the realm of the European Rallycross Championship, Andreas Eriksson showcased his prowess by securing a third-place finish overall in 2007, followed by a fifth-place finish in 2008. His remarkable journey continued in 2009, where he notched a commendable fourth-place finish in the European Rallycross Championship. Throughout his career, he accumulated an impressive tally of five wins and a total of 14 podium finishes in the European Rallycross Championship.

He also has victories in the US Global Rallycross Championship and competed in the 2009 edition of the "race to the clouds" Pikes Peak.

From the late 2000s onwards, Andreas Eriksson assumed a pivotal role in propelling the sport to new heights, notably introducing the Rallycross concept to the United States. A revered figure in the Rallycross community, he has been instrumental in nurturing a cadre of young talents, helping them rise to prominence on the global stage.

Two of whom are his sons, Kevin and Oliver who both not only race themselves on the top level, just as their father did but both also play a pivotal part in the family run company. From a young age, traveling with their father and also their mother Maria who herself also works in the company and makes sure her family are taken care of.

She has also received the nickname "Mother" to many members of the Rallycross community since she can't help but take care of everyone as her own son or daughter.