Ajay Motorsports first competed in FF1M in the 1989 FF1M Season after Jordan pulled out of the series. They competed until the end of the 1997 FF1M Season when a full grid meant that their participation was no longer required. However they returned to FF1M a season later after J Racing pulled out of the series.
Other SeriesAjay Motorsports competed in all but one seasons of AF1RL running with Toyota engines and starting one hundred and forty five races, winning fifteen of them and clinching the Constructors Championship twice. Andrew Jones drove for the team for all of its spell in AF1RL. In the first two seasons his team-mate was Toosh, but thereafter he was replaced by Michael Pedersen for the remainder of the teams life in AF1RL.
The team has also taken part in BATracer championships. They began in British Touring Cars with drivers Andrew Jones and Jake Ellis where they finished as Runners Up thanks to a late charge by Yarrack Racing who won the title. The team then moved to GP2 where they spent a painful first season without scoring a point. In their second season however they won the Teams Championship with drivers Andrew Jones, Craig Nayler and Michael Frijlink. Nayler and Frijink also won the Drivers Championship that season, which was shared due to the way BATracer works. Ajay Motorsports are now taking a break from BATracer over Christmas before deciding whether to continue in GP2 or a move to Formula 3.
|Year||Engine||Ch. Pos||Races||Points||Wins||Drivers||Ch. Pos||Races||Points||Wins|
|1992||Hart (Works)||11th||16||2||Rubens Barrichello||20th||16||0|
|1994||Ford (Works)||10th||16||2||Mika Salo||19th||16||2|
|1995||Ford (Works)||10th||17||2||Ukyo Katayama||22nd||17||0|
|1996||Ford (Works)||4th||16||85||2||Damon Hill||3rd||16||64||2|
|1997||Mugen Honda||10th||17||4||Cristiano Da Matta||18th||17||4|
|Juan Pablo Montoya||24th||2||0|
|2001||Asiatech (Turbo)||10th||17||17||Jacques Villeneuve||16th||17||13|
|2002||BMW (Turbo)||6th||16||44||1||Jacques Villeneuve||9th||16||36||1|
|2006||Toyota V8||14th||0*1||0||Juan Pablo Montoya||29th||0||0|
|2007||Ajay V10||14th||4*2||1||Nick Heidfeld||29th||2||0|
|Nelson Piquet Jnr||23rd||2||1|
|2008||Ajay V10||12th||2*4||0||Nick Heidfeld||24th||2||0|
|2009||Ajay V10||9th||15*5||24||Fernando Alonso||18th||15*6||10|
|2011||Mugen Honda||8th||17||35||Heikki Kovalainen||12th||17||21|
|2012||Cosworth (C)||Mark Webber|
*1 - Failed to qualify for all races
*2 - Failed to qualify for 13 races
*3 - Drove 2 races for Mitchell
*4 - Failed to qualify for 15 races
*5 - Failed to qualify for 3 races
*6 - Fernando Alonso was replaced by Adam Carroll for the Japanese GP. Ajay then failed to qualify for that race.