Dark Wolf were a British team that raced in FF1M. They were formed by Force for the 1998 FF1M Season in which they exceeded expectations by finishing the season in 10th place ahead of the established and previously hugely successful Maestro Motorsport team despite running with less powerful customer Mugen engines. Their first points finish was a 6th place finish for Mark Blundell at the 1998 Hungarian Grand Prix earning the team its first three points.
For its second season in FF1M, Dark Wolf replaced its Mugen engine for the more powerful Peugeot engine and signed Ulsterman Eddie Irvine and Austrian Alexander Wurz. Their second season was an improvement over their first season as both drivers were frequently finishing in the points. Dark Wolf ended the season 8th with a best result of a 5th place each by both drivers
Season 3, and Dark Wolf had completely changed their line-up, with Ferrari engines, FF2M race winner Pedro de la Rosa and unproven Australian driver Mark Webber. Despite a lack of stability, Dark Wolf were steadily improving and were now established midfield runners. De la Rosa achieved their maiden podium finish at the final race at Suzuka. De la Rosa was maintained at Dark Wolf for their fourth season and was joined by Tarso Marques. The Brazilian couldn't match de la Rosa for raw pace, but Pedro was continuously improving in speed and even led for part of the Austrian Grand Prix. Four podium finishes summed up Dark Wolf's fourth season as they ended the season in 6th place.
The 2002 season came along as Dark Wolf maintained De la Rosa and teamed him up with another Spaniard, Marc Gene. De la Rosa was dropped after 3 races when it transpired that the 2002 champion Cristiano Da Matta was available to race. The driver switch paid off handsomely as the Brazilian took his and the team's maiden win in the Austrian Grand Prix. Two more wins followed for Da Matta as Gene took five podium finishes contributing to 2nd place for Dark Wolf in the constructor's championship. Overall, a huge step forward.
Da Matta and Gene were retained for the 2003 as Dark Wolf's main technological feature was the Ferrari turbo. It became apparent how significant the turbo was for the team, dominating the first half of the season with seven wins out of the first nine races. Their early form turned out to be crucial for the rest of the season as they slipped behind FJR and Pedersen in terms of speed, but they had won their first constructor's championship at Monza. Da Matta and Gene both battled for the driver's championship at the final race, with reliability deciding the outcome in favour of the Brazilian.
|Year||Engine||Ch. Pos||Races||Points||Wins||Drivers||Ch. Pos||Races||Points||Wins|
|1998||Mugen Honda||10th||17||3||Jan Magnussen||23rd||17||0|
|2000||Ferrari||7th||17||27||Pedro De La Rosa||12th||17||17|
|2001||Ferrari||6th||17||46||Pedro De La Rosa||7th||17||44|
|2002||Ferrari||2nd||16||115||3||Pedro De La Rosa||17th||3||2|
|Cristiano Da Matta||2nd||13||68||3|
|2003||Ferrari||1st||16||163||9||Cristiano Da Matta||1st||16||83||6|
|2004||Ferrari V10||2nd||17||140||6||Cristiano Da Matta||2nd||17||89||4|
|2005||Ferrari V10||8th||17||39||Fernando Alonso||12th||17||27|
|2006||BMW V8||6th||17||61||2||Marc Gene||15th||17||16|
|2007||Mercedes V8||1st||17||149||4||Marc Gene||10th||17||25|
| Sebastian Vettel||1st||17||124||4|
|2008||Mercedes V8||8th||17||25||Mark Webber||19th||10||6|
| Nico Rosberg||13th||7||10|
|2009||BMW V8||7th||15*||35|| Nico Rosberg||10th||15||26|
|2010||Ferrari V8||8th||18||50|| Heikki Kovalainen||10th||18||29|
|Year||Chassis/Engine||Ch. Pos||Races||Points||Wins||Drivers||Ch. Pos||Races||Points||Wins|
| Louis Chiron||22nd||1||0|
|1986||Lotus/Renault||3rd||10||42||2||Andrea de Cesaris||21st||10||0|
|1987||McPherson/Ferrari||4th||10||30|| Gerhard Berger||9th||10||12|
Dark Wolf also have an FF2M team, known as OrangeBull in their first season and Light Wolf for the subsequent seasons.
|Season||Engine||Ch. Pos||Races||Points||Wins||Drivers||Ch. Pos||Races||Points||Wins|
|2004 (Asia)||Renault||5th||8||49||1||Neel Jani||6th||8||37||1|
|2004 (Europe)||Renault||2nd||8||68||Neel Jani||8th||8||33|