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Alan Docking Racing

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Alan Docking Racing (ADR) is motor racing team based in Silverstone, United Kingdom. The team was formed in 1975 by Australian Alan Docking.

The team competed in the British Formula 3 series throughout most of its existence; however, it has also graduated to A1 Grand Prix and Superleague Formula and has also competed in sports and saloon cars at a national and international level. The team ran also as Alan Docking Racing Finland. Currently, the team runs in the FIA World Endurance Championship as Delta-ADR, in a joint venture with engineering company Delta Motorsport (with one car branded as G-Drive Racing).

History

With team creation, ADR ran in British F3 winning in a row the 1976 and 1977 championships with Rupert Keegan and Stephen South. In 1978, it compete in the European Formula Two Championship with drivers including Stefan Johansson.

ADR join the British Formula Ford Championship in 1987 and 1988 with Mazda. Returned in British F3 since 1989, the team has raced with notable drivers including Mika Salo, Hideki Noda, Ricardo Rosset, Mark Webber and Marcos Ambrose.

In 2002 ADR won their third British F3 title with Robbie Kerr.

In 2005–06, ADR collaborate with A1 Team Australia in the new A1 Grand Prix championship.

Complete European Formula Two results

(key) (Results in bold indicate pole position; results in italics indicate fastest lap.)

Year Chassis Engine(s) Drivers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1979 Chevron B48 Hart SIL HOC THR NÜR VAL MUG PAU HOC ZAN PER MIS DON
Netherlands Huub Rothengatter 8 Ret 6 5 Ret Ret DNQ Ret 12 8 Ret 13
1980 Toleman TG280 Hart THR HOC NÜR VAL PAU SIL ZOL MUG ZAN PER MIS HOC
Netherlands Huub Rothengatter 6 5 6 7 Ret 5 1 Ret 7 4 4 13
Italy Siegfried Stohr 4 5 2 18 3 6 Ret 1 13 3
1981 Lola T850
Toleman TG280
Hart SIL HOC THR NÜR VAL MUG PAU PER SPA DON MIS MAN
Sweden Stefan Johansson 9 1 7 4 2 Ret 8 Ret 14 4 9 1
United Kingdom Kenny Acheson 19 Ret Ret 6 10 15 Ret 3
Colombia Ricardo Londoño 9 Ret Ret DNS
1982 Docking-Spitzley DS1 Hart SIL HOC THR NÜR MUG VAL PAU SPA HOC DON MAN PER MIS
Belgium Thierry Tassin DSQ 6 Ret 18 9 Ret Ret Ret Ret DNQ
Italy Carlo Rossi Ret Ret Ret 12 Ret DNQ DNQ Ret 13 Ret 12

Series results

A1 Grand Prix results[1]
Year Car Team Race Wins Poles Fast laps Points T.C.
2005–06 Lola-Zytek Australia A1 Team Australia 22 0 0 0 51 13th
2006–07 Lola-Zytek Australia A1 Team Australia 22 0 0 0 25 13th
2007–08 Lola-Zytek Australia A1 Team Australia 20 0 0 0 20 17th
2008–09 Ferrari Australia A1 Team Australia 14 0 0 1 36 8th
  • D.C. = Drivers' Championship position, T.C. = Teams' Championship position.

References

  1. ^ results.a1gp.com Archived 26 December 2007 at the Wayback Machine, A1 Grand Prix complete results.

External links


This page was last edited on 19 July 2020, at 04:59
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