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| Debut        = <span style="white-space:nowrap;">[[2019 Challenge Australian Grand Prix|2019 Australian Grand Prix]]</span>
 
| Debut        = <span style="white-space:nowrap;">[[2019 Challenge Australian Grand Prix|2019 Australian Grand Prix]]</span>
 
| Final        = -
 
| Final        = -
| Races        = 48
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| Races        = 50
 
| Cons_champ    = 1
 
| Cons_champ    = 1
 
| Drivers_champ = 1
 
| Drivers_champ = 1
| Wins          = 10
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| Wins          = 11
| Podiums      = 30
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| Podiums      = 31
 
| Poles        = 6
 
| Poles        = 6
| Fastest_laps  = 1
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| Fastest_laps  = 2
| Points        = 989
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| Points        = 1024
 
| Last_season  = 2019
 
| Last_season  = 2019
 
| Last_position = 1
 
| Last_position = 1

Latest revision as of 18:09, 30 June 2020

England Crossfire
Formula Challenge Logo
Full name Crossfire
Base England Oxford, England, UK
Team principal/s England David Carter
Race drivers 26. Switzerland David Jundt
28. Belgium Matteo Keersmaekers
Test drivers Hungary Janos Bracsok
Chassis SC-020
Engine GPVWC
Tyres GPVWC
GPVWC Formula Challenge Career
Début 2019 Australian Grand Prix
Latest race -
Races competed 50
Constructors' Championships 1
Drivers' Championships 1
Race victories 11
Podiums 31
Pole positions 6
Fastest laps 2
2019 position 1



2019

Crossfire First competed in GPVWC in 2019 by David Carter. The team was only created in late August of 2018 and in it's first season, Won both the Teams' Championship and the drivers' Championship with Jonathan Holmes

Jonathan Holmes, Menno Klont, Risto Kappet, Thomas Harvey, Omari Watson and Alfie Lawrenson all raced for the team in this season. Behind the scenes, Daniel Hurlock, George Whitehouse, Alari Algpeus, Giuseppe Saracino and Josh Downard were helping behind the scenes and/or racing for others teams and part of the teams Academy in 2019. The team took 22 podiums, 7 victories, 5 pole positions, 1 fastest lap and 701 points in 32 races, Taking home the Drivers and Teams Championships in the process.

The hard work we all put in as a team was incredible, we bonded really well in such a short space of time and the reuslts spoke for themselves. Jonathan and Menno did a really fantastic job and represented the team very well all year. Daniel Hurlock as well who was brought into the academy at the start of the year was a revelation. From never driving in a single seater league to winning in Canada, getting stronger and stronger as the season progress and in 2019 earning a role in TG Racing.


2020

Crossfire following the success of 2019 were promoted to Supercup, but had to do so with a whole new line up. Holmes wouldn't be available for 2020 and Menno Klont had moved to H20 Namaco Racing. Coming into the team was Matteo Keersmaekers and David Jundt as Primary drivers and talented Hungarian driver Janos Bracsok as reserve driver.