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Ed Greenhalgh wins the San Marino Grand Prix

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John Warrington, Aston Martin Racing, Qualifying, San Marino Grand Prix.

Aston Martin Racing, also known by its abbreviation AMR, is a British GPGSL racing team. It was founded by team owner Stuart Ingers. The team entered the GPGSL in Season 5, after buying out one-time champions Velox at the end of Season 4.

Racing HistoryEdit

Season 5Edit

At the end of season 4 Nick van der Voort sold Velox Racing to Stuart Ingers. Nick stayed on as lead driver for season 5 and achieved his ambition of becoming World Drivers Champion. Aston Martin also went on to win the World Constructors Championship.

Season 6Edit

Season 6 sees Ed Greenhalgh (formerly Team Shadow Subaru) joining to replace the retiring Nick van der Voort. Ed joins former team mate and ex-champ John Warrington. Ed Greenhalgh was the winner of round 6, San Marino Grand Prix at the Imola circuit. This was Ed's first win in the series for two seasons and AMR's first win of the season. John warrington also finished 4th, giving Aston their best result so far this season.

Season 7Edit

Season 8Edit

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Season 10Edit

Season 11Edit

Season 12Edit

Complete Grandprixgames Super League resultsEdit

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap; underlined races indicate most places gained)

Season Engine Tyres Drivers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Points WCC
5 Aston Martin D AUS FRA JPN BEL ESP BRA GER NED EUR ITA CAN UAE PAC USA MON TUR GBR 229 1st
Netherlands Nick van der Voort 16 15 4 1 1 2 14 3 5 5 4 6 4 6 1 2 1
United Kingdom Adam Davies 15 3 6 12 11 5 Ret 5 15 11 Ret 17 Ret
United Kingdom John Warrington 2 6 13 4
6 Aston Martin D AUS ITA CAN HUN USA NED SMR GER JPN SAM ATL AUT MON FRA BEL BRA GBR 255 1st
Australia Ed Greenhalgh 18 6 15 7 8 7 1 Ret 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 13
United Kingdom John Warrington 19 12 6 18 3 14 4 6 Ret 7 12 3 7 Ret 2 2 5
7 Aston Martin D AUS GCO JPN CAN USA FRA NED BEL SUI ITA SMR BRA OCE AUT HUN GER GBR 294 1st
Australia Ed Greenhalgh 1 1 12 Ret 14 3 3 1 1 10 1 1 11 1 1 2 3
United Kingdom John Warrington 5 19 5 6 2 10 13 3 22 1 Ret 2 3 2 18 3 Ret
8 Aston Martin B AUS SOA SIN MAL JPN CAN SAM BRA BEL GER AUT SMR ITA MON FRA LUX GBR 559 1st
Australia Ed Greenhalgh 12 1 10 13 6 2 Ret 5 1 15 4 1 4 5 Ret 1 9
Switzerland John Maverick 10 10 8 8 2 3 2 22 15 1 1 8 13 3 Ret Ret 6
9 Aston Martin P AUS JPN MAL RSA ESP CAN USA BRA BEL EUR NED ITA AUT CZE GER FRA GBR 195 3rd
Switzerland John Maverick 3 5 15 19 4 3 9 8 12 10 2 4 2 Ret 9 18 13
Tibet Andrei Sevastian 14 11 18
United Kingdom Jack Elleker 4 2 4 10 12 1 1 Ret 3 1 8 5 Ret 16
10 Aston Martin D AUS PAC MAL JPN UAE ITA AUT EUR CAN USA BRA RSA OCE GER BEL NED GBR FLE 252 1st
United Kingdom Jack Elleker 2 7 7 Ret 1 2 Ret Ret Ret 3 1 7 3 7 9 10 3 11
Switzerland John Maverick 6 12 2 9 2 1 6 2 Ret 16 11 3 9 6 4 4 7 5
11 Aston Martin D AUS MAL JPN ITA ESP RSA BRA USA CAN GER AUT BEL GBR NED 158 2nd
United Kingdom Jack Elleker 10 10 4 4 5 1 14 Ret 11 17 9 2 5 5
Germany Christopher Hinz 20 15 2 10 4 11 15 1 2 5 4 9 Ret Ret
12 Aston Martin M AUS JPN USA CAN SAM BRA RSA AUT GER BEL TUR ITA GBR NED 121 6th
United Kingdom Jack Elleker 4 4 16 20 6 7 8 11 15 5 11 8 7 Ret
Germany Christopher Hinz Ret Ret Ret 17 12 8 14 4 5 2 14 1 12 9

GalleryEdit

  • S5: Winning both titles right in their debut season
  • S6: Successfully defending both titles
  • S7: Back-to-back titles for Greenhalgh, and 3rd consecutive constructors' title
  • S8: 3 in a row for Greenhalgh, 4 for the team
  • S8: Tribute livery to the late Allan Simonsen, run at the French GP
  • S9: First season without title after Greenhalgh's departure
  • S10: 5th constructors' title for the team
  • S11: 2nd place in the standings, clearly beaten by Southern Cross Racing
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