Teamcraft Motorsport

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Teamcraft Motorsport
Motor racing team
Founded 2007
Country UK
Team Principal(s) Les Jones
Former series A1 Grand Prix
Euroseries 3000
Drivers
Drivers' titles 0
Teams' titles 0
Folded 2009 (last activity)

Teamcraft Motorsport was a British motorsport team based in Silverstone, UK.[1] The team competed in the now defunct A1 Grand Prix and Euroseries 3000 series.

History[edit]

The team ran the A1 Team Mexico car for the 2007–08 season, the team finished sixteenth in the 22 team Championship, with the team's best race result being two fourth places from Salvador Durán in the first round of the season in the Netherlands. The team were set to run the A1 Team Pakistan car in 2008–09 season with Adam Khan as the driver, however the team failed to attend any races.

The team competed first round of the 2009 Euroseries 3000 season at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve with future Formula One Grand Prix winner Pastor Maldonado and Raffaele Giammaria. Maldonado won the first race, having started from second position.[2] Giammaria however, failed to start both races with Maldonado finishing tenth in the second race. Teamcraft were taken over by Team Costa Rica from the third round at Zolder. Teamcraft finished eighth in the nine team Championship.

It was announced in November 2009 that the team would join the British Formula Three championship in 2010,[3] after the team completed a shakedown of the HWA/Mercedes-powered Mygale chassis at the Silverstone Circuit with Dean Smith.[1] However the team did not enter in any race during the season.

Results[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Trouble free start for Teamcraft Motorsport". GPUpdate. 26 November 2009. Retrieved 18 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "Maldonado wins Euroseries 3000 race". Racer (Haymarket Publications). 16 May 2009. Retrieved 18 June 2012. 
  3. ^ Hutchins, LJ (25 November 2009). "F3: Teamcraft to line up on British F3 grid". Brits on Pole. Retrieved 25 September 2010.