George is best known for his many races in Porsches -- his first in 1956 driving a 356 Speedster -- and he became a regional representative for Porsche over a 12 state area. Becoming the first American and first non-German employed by the Porsche factory, George moved to Jacksonville and began a long association with the German marque and Brumos Porsche.
Drolsom logged 93 IMSA GT starts and 13 in the 24 Hours of Daytona where he won the 1967 2-Liter Touring class in his Porsche 911. He earned additional class wins at Nassau Speed Weeks and the 12 Hours of Sebring.
George joined the SCCA Can-Am series racing McLarens and Lolas in the high-dollar, high-horsepower pro series in the 1960s and 70s. The final race of George’s career came in a Porsche 944 at Sebring more than four decades after his first race in the Thunderbird.