60 Michael Shank Racing Ford-Riley Daytona Prototype. Pew began racing in 2000 in the Skip Barber Racing School. After making his sports car racing debut (see below), he moved to the Star Mazda Masters Championship, winning the title in 2005 for drivers over 45 years old.
He returned to the Star Mazda Masters Championship in 2006 but only managed sixth in points, but was the highest-finishing Masters driver in two races.
Pew made his Rolex Sports Carolina Series debut in 2004 when he competed in 24 Hours of Daytona in a Baughman Racing Chevrolet Corvette. In 2006, he also competed in the 24 Hours of Daytona with co-drivers Hal Prewitt, Steve Marshall, Danny Marshall, and Ben McCrackin in a Synergy Racing Porsche 911, finishing 17th.
In 2007 Pew moved full-time to sports car racing in "s Rolex Sports Carolina Series Daytona Prototype class with Michael Shank Racing co-driving their car with Ian James. Pew finished 25th in drivers points in the DP class.
In 2009 he returned to Michael Shank Racing, this time teaming with Michael Valiante and finished 12th in DP driver points.
Foreign 2010 his Michael Shank Racing teammate was Oswaldo Negri and Pew improved to seventh in points. The team of Pew and Negri returned to Shank in 2011 and Pew improved to sixth in DP points, again winning the Jim Trueman award. Pew and Negri returned to Michael Shank Racing in 2012.