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A1 Team Singapore

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A1 Team Singapore
Singapore
Founded2006
Seat holder(s)Krishna Ramachandra, Dr Ben Neo, Alex Yeo, R.Sasikumar, Mrs Janet Tan-Collis, Tsung Yan Soo, Tan Su Shan
Team principalKrishna Ramachandra
Race driver(s)Christian Murchison
First race2006-07 Netherlands
Rounds entered7
Championships0
Sprint race victories0
Feature race victories0
Pole positions0
Fastest laps0
Total points3
2007-08 positioninactive (0 pts)

A1 Team Singapore is the A1 Grand Prix national team representing Singapore. Singapore took part in this competition for the first time in its history in October 2006.[1] Christian Murchison, Denis Lian and Hafiz Koh were the original drivers for the team.[2] The team was launched on 19 September 2006 by sports minister Vivian Balakrishnan, with West Surrey Racing to run the car.[3]

The future of the Singapore A1 team is in doubt for the third season, with both drivers Denis Lian and Hafiz Koh already being dropped from the team in season 2.

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After participating in the A1 Grand Prix Race of South Africa held in Durban, the Singapore A1 Grand Prix team has not raced in all of the subsequent legs, namely the Mexican, Chinese (Shanghai) and British A1 Grand Prixs. This is due to an injury suffered by their one and only driver, Christian Murchison, in the South African leg of the season.

Drivers

Name Seasons Races
(Starts)
A1GP Title Wins Sprint
wins
Main
wins
2nd 3rd Poles Fastest
Laps
Points
Denis Lian 2006–07 1 (2) 0
Christian Murchison 2006–07 6 (12) 3

Complete A1 Grand Prix results

(key), "spr" indicate a Sprint Race, "fea" indicate a Main Race.

Year Racing
team
Chassis,
Engine,
Tyres
Drivers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Points Rank
2006–07 West Surrey Racing Lola,
Zytek,
Cooper Avon
NED spr NED fea CZE spr CZE fea BEI spr BEI fea MYS spr MYS fea IDN spr IDN fea NZ spr NZ fea AUS spr AUS fea ZAF spr ZAF fea MEX spr MEX fea SHA spr SHA fea GBR spr GBR fea 3 20th
Christian Murchison Ret 16 16 8 15 11 Ret 15 12 Ret Ret Ret
Denis Lian 18 19

References

  1. ^ Yvonne Yong (23 August 2006). "Team Singapore to compete in 'World Cup'". Channelnewsasia.com.
  2. ^ "Lian, Singapore's hopes for A1GP". Motorsport Asia Ltd. 8 August 2006. Archived from the original on 5 September 2006.
  3. ^ Ian De Cotta (8 September 2006). "Murchison's Singapore pledge". Channelnewsasia.com.


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