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AndrewF1 (Formerly Andy Racing) are a team that have competed in FF1M since the 2002 season. They were founded by their straight-talking team principal, Andy. They have taken a total of two wins in the Management era courtesy of two Germans; Michael Schumacher in the final race of 2002, and Adrian Sutil at the Singapore GP of 2010.

They have had a more successful time in the Retro era, taking 5 wins in the 1988 season, and also scoring a 1-2 finish in the one-off 1950 race to celebrate the 250th FF1M race.

History

Andy Racing first entered in the 2002 season with Michael Schumacher and Takuma Sato at the wheel. They were one of the first teams to develop their own turbo for their Honda engine, and the effect was significant as it transformed their qualifying performances with five poles for Schumacher. Their speed had affected their reliability however as from the Canadian Grand Prix when their Turbo was introduced, both drivers only finished 7 times out of 18 attempts. Nevertheless, Schumacher achieved Andy Racing's maiden victory on their way to 7th in the constructor's championship.

Both drivers departed for other teams in the 2003 season, so Andy Racing signed up Frenchman Olivier Panis and Portuguese Tiago Monteiro. After only 4 races, Monteiro was dropped in favour of their test driver and FF2M frontrunner Christijan Albers. The Dutchman outperformed Panis significantly and contributed to a podium finish at the Canadian Grand Prix. But like 2002, Andy Racing's season was littered with unreliability with 20 retirements throughout the season. One particular mishap came in a chaos-filled German Grand Prix, when battling with many drivers for the lead, Albers smashed into the back of Cristiano Da Matta, costing the team another potential podium finish. Overall, Andy Racing had a less successful encounter than in 2002, finishing 10th in the constructor's championship.

Results

FF1M

Year Engine Ch. Pos Races Points Wins Drivers Ch. Pos Races Points Wins
2002 Honda 7th 16 29 1 22px-Flag of Germany.svg-1- Michael Schumacher 11th 16 29 1
22px-Flag of Japan.svg-1- Takuma Sato 23rd 16 0
2003 Honda 10th 16 16 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- Olivier Panis 20th 16 2
22px-Flag of Portugal.svg-1- Tiago Monteiro 24th 4 0
22px-Flag of the Netherlands.svg-1- Christijan Albers 18th 12 14
2004 Honda V10 9th 17 20 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- Olivier Panis 22nd 17 1
22px-Flag of the Netherlands.svg-1- Christijan Albers 13th 17 19
2005 Ferrari V10 10th 17 11 22px-Flag of the Netherlands.svg-1- Christijan Albers 19th 17 8
22px-Flag of Colombia.svg-1- Juan Pablo Montoya 21st 17 3
2006 Honda V8 12th 5* 0 22px-Flag of the Netherlands.svg-1- Christijan Albers 25th 5 0
22px-Flag of Italy.svg-1- Luca Badoer 26th 5 0
2007 Ferrari V8 12th 9* 1 22px-Flag of the Netherlands.svg-1- Christijan Albers 26th 9 0
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1- Adam Carroll 21st 9 1
2008 Ferrari V8 7th 17 44 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1- Nelson Piquet Jnr 10th 17 21
22px-Flag of Germany.svg-1- Adrian Sutil 9th 17 23
2009 Ferrari V8 8th 15* 29 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1- Nelson Piquet Jnr 16th 15 11
22px-Flag of Germany.svg-1- Adrian Sutil 11th 15 18
2010 Ferrari V8 10th 18 41 1 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1- Nelson Piquet Jnr 21st 18 7
22px-Flag of Germany.svg-1- Adrian Sutil 7th 18 34 1
2011 Ferrari (W) 9th 17 24 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1- Nelson Piquet Jnr 17th 17 8
22px-Flag of Germany.svg-1- Adrian Sutil 14th 17 16
2012 Renault (C) 22px-Flag of Germany.svg-1- Adrian Sutil
22px-Flag of Poland.svg-1- Robert Kubica

Retro

Year
Chassis/Engine Ch. Pos Races Points Wins Drivers Ch. Pos Races Points Wins
1950 Alfa Romeo 1st 1 14 1 22px-Flag of Italy.svg-1- Luigi Fagioli 1st 1 8 1
22px-Flag of Italy.svg-1- Piero Taruffi 2nd 1 6
1986 (C1) Lola/Ford 10th 10 3 [1] Alan Jones 12th 10 3
22px-Flag of Italy.svg-1- Teo Fabi 19th 10 0
1987 (C2) Gordon/BMW 10th 10 2 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1- Nelson Piquet 15th 10 2
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1- Martin Brundle 19th 10 0
1988 (C3) Lotus 3rd 16 63 5 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1- Ayrton Senna 2nd 16 62 5
22px-Flag of Japan.svg-1- Satoru Nakajima 17th 16 1

FF2M

Andy Racing also runs an FF2M. They have raced since the 2002 season when they were just known as Target before becoming Liqui-Target in the subsequent seasons.

Results

Season Engine Ch. Pos Races Points Wins Drivers Ch. Pos Races Points Wins
2002 Renault 7th 12 50 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1- Darren Manning 16th 12 15
22px-Flag of Portugal.svg-1- Tiago Monteiro 8th 12 35
2003 Renault 7th 12 35 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1- Darren Manning 15th 12 18
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1- Ralph Firman 16th 12 17
2004 (Asia) Mecachrome 11th 8 8 22px-Flag of Italy.svg-1- Luciano Burti 16th 8 7
22px-Flag of Austria.svg-1- Mathias Lauda 22nd 8 1
2004 (Europe) Mecachrome 10th 8 18 22px-Flag of Italy.svg-1- Luciano Burti 12th 8 17
22px-Flag of Austria.svg-1- Mathias Lauda 21st 8 1
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