Van Amersfoort Racing

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Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing
Founded 1975
Founder(s) Frits van Amersfoort
Base Huizen, Netherlands
Team principal(s) Frits van Amersfoort
Current series Formula European Masters
ADAC Formula 4
Italian F4 Championship
Former series European Formula 3
Formula 3 Euro Series
Formula Renault 2.0 NEC
German Formula 3
Dutch Formula Ford
Opel Lotus Euroseries
Formula Opel Lotus Benelux
Current drivers Germany Sophia Flörsch[1]
Israel Ido Cohen[2]
Norway Dennis Hauger[3]
Germany Niklas Krütten[4]
Teams'
Championships
Formula Renault 2.0 Netherlands:
2005
Drivers'
Championships
Dutch Formula Ford:
1989: Marcel Albers
Formula Opel Lotus Benelux:
1992: Jos Verstappen
Opel Lotus Euroseries:
1996: Bas Leinders
German Formula Three Championship:
1998: Bas Leinders
2007: Carlo van Dam
2009: Laurens Vanthoor)
2011: Richie Stanaway
Formula Renault 2.0 Netherlands:
2005: Renger van der Zande
ADAC Formula 4
:
2016: Joey Mawson
Website http://www.vanamersfoortracing.nl/

Van Amersfoort Racing is an auto racing team based in The Netherlands. The team currently compete in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship and the German ADAC Formula 4 Championship.

Notable past drivers for the team include Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc, Anthoine Hubert, Callum Ilott, Mick Schumacher, Giedo van der Garde, Jos Verstappen, Christijan Albers, Richie Stanaway, Marcel Albers, Tom Coronel and Renger van der Zande.

History

First steps (1975-1996)

The team was formed in 1975 by Frits van Amersfoort.[5] They competed in such series as Formula Opel Lotus Benelux, Opel Lotus Euroseries and Dutch Formula Ford. In 1989 they reached their first major success, winning Formula Ford 1600 Netherlands championship with Marcel Albers.[6] In 1992 they won Formula Opel Lotus Benelux with Jos Verstappen.[7]

German Formula Three Championship (1997-2002)

In 1997 the team bought their first Formula Three car with Opel engine to compete in the 1997 German Formula Three Championship with Bas Leinders.[8] The team collected three podiums and Leinders finished season seventh.[9] For the next year]] the team expanded to two cars, keeping Leinders and signing Christijan Albers[10] Both drivers won nine from 20 races, with Leinders taking the first Formula 3 championship title for the team.[11]

In 1999 the team raced with Thomas Mutsch, Etienne van der Linde and Jacky van der Ende.[12] Mutsch was the only driver who finished a race in the podium podiums. For the next season the team once again completely changed their line-up, racing with Tom van Bavel and Jeroen Bleekemolen.[13]

The team hadn't consistent line-up in 2001 and it was the first season for the team when none of the drivers (Marc Caldonazzi, André Fibier, Allan Simonsen and Marco du Pau) scored a podium position.[14] The same situation repeated in 2002[15]

Formula Renault Netherlands (2003-2005)

After the merging of German and French Formula Three championships into the Formula 3 Euro Series, the team decided to switch to Formula Renault 2.0 Netherlands in 2003. Junior Strous and Giedo van der Garde finished the season as runner-up and fourth and had six and seven podiums respectively.[16] For the next season the team signed Carlo van Dam and Renger van der Zande, who finished fifth and seventh respectively.[17] For the last season of the series the team retain van der Zande and signed Récardo Bruins Choi with Dominick Muermans. It was the most successful season in the series with van der Zande claiming the drivers' title, and Bruins Choi taking the third place in the driver standings.[18] While the team took the teams' title.

Return into the German Formula Three Championship (2006-2012)

In 2006 Van Amersfoort Racing returned to the German Formula Three Championship] continuing collaboration with Bruins Choi and Muermans.[19] Bruins Choi took his first Formula Three podium in the series finale at Oschersleben. Following the merging of the Dutch Formula Renault championship to the Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup, the team joined the new series with Dennis Swart and Gwendolyn Hertzberger, who had only episodic point-scoring finishes.

Bruins Choi was retained for the 2007, while Muermans was replaced by Carlo van Dam.[20] The Dutch driver dominated the season, winning eleven races. He gave the team the first drivers' F3 title since Leinders. And with the two wins of Bruins Choi it mean that the drivers of the team won 13 from 18 races.[21] In the NEC series the team retained Swart, who was joined by Stef Dusseldorp. Despite missing last three rounds of the season Dusseldorp outscored more experienced teammate.

For 2008 the team were joined by Rahel Frey and Laurens Vanthoor[22] Vanthoor had two wins with another six podiums.[23] Also the team expanded to compete in 2008 ADAC Formel Masters with Emma Kimiläinen. She had one podium and finished the season in the top-ten of the driver standings.[24] Dusseldorp continued to race for the team in the Northern European Cup, while Nigel Melker joined him in the team. Dusseldorp won the first race for the team in the series.

Vanthoor remained with the team in 2009, Dusseldorp was promoted from the NEC series and became Vanthoor's teammate.[25] The team repeated the success of 2007, with eleven wins and a championship title for Vanthoor and two wins for Dusseldorp.[26] In ADAC Formel Masters the team like in 2008 had only one driver Christian Wangard, who have competed in more than two thirds of the races. And like in 2008, Van Amersfoort's driver had one podium with the tenth place in the season standings.[27] It was the last year of operation in the ADAC Formel Masters for the team, as the team decided to concentrate on the German F3 Championship. In the NEC series the team was presented by Mathijs Harkema, who finished just eighteenth.

In 2010 the team expanded to three cars in German F3, Dusseldorp remained with Daniel Abt and Willi Steindl were the new additions to the squad.[28] Despite his Formula 3 debut Abt was more successful than Dusseldorp. With wins at Assen and Oschersleben he was a title contender till the last race when he was forced to retire due to a broken lambda sensor.[29] Dusseldorp and Steindl were also the race winners but weren't consistent as Abt. Jeroen Mul and Liroy Stuart were the team drivers in the Northern European Cup. Mul won two races at Zandvoort and Oschersleben.

Richie Stanaway, driving for Van Amersfoort Racing during German Formula Three Championship race at Hockenheimn in 2011.

The team completely changed their driver line-up in 2011. Richie Stanaway, Jeroen Mul and Hannes van Asseldonk signed with the team.[30] Stanaway had more wins during the season in the German F3 than any driver in the Van Amersfoort Racing history, taking 13 wins from 18 races and the championship title.[31]The team participated in the NEC series with Dennis van de Laar and Meindert van Buuren. Van de Laar finished the season eighth with ten top-ten finishes, while van Buuren was only 21st with four top-ten finishes.

Dennis van de Laar, driving for Van Amersfoort Racing during German Formula Three Championship race at Nürburgring in 2012.

For 2012 the team again reshuffled their line-up. Lucas Auer, René Binder and Dennis van de Laar became the new drivers. Auer and Binder were the race winners, but they were beaten by Motopark driver Jimmy Eriksson.[32] 2012 was the last season for the team in the Northern European Cup, where the team was presented by Jeroen Slaghekke and Roman Beregech. Slaghekke won the race and finished fourth in the series standings. Beregech wasn't consistent and competitive as Slaghekke, so finished only 29th.

FIA Formula 3 European Championship (2012-2018)

After two races in 2012 with Auer and van de Laar, the team moved to the FIA Formula 3 European Championship on the full-time basis in 2013. They kept van de Laar and signed Måns Grenhagen.[33] [34] The team had tough start, with just one podium finish of Sven Müller, who took Grenhagen's car for the last three rounds of the season.[35] The team remained in the German F3 with Gustavo Menezes and Jordi Weckx as their drivers.[36][37] Both of them wasn't able to give the fight to Lotus drivers, who occupied the top step of the podium in the races with the full-points distribution.

Max Verstappen, driving for Van Amersfoort Racing during FIA Formula 3 European Championship race at Hockenheim in 2014.

2014 was the last year of the German Formula Three Championship, Sam MacLeod and Weiron Tan were the teams' drivers.[38][39] But once again they were overscored by Lotus drivers Markus Pommer and Nabil Jeffri. While in the European Championship the team signed with Gustavo Menezes, Jules Szymkowiak and Max Verstappen.[40] Verstappen, who made his Single-seaters debut in the championship, had the longest winning streak in the championship with six consecutive wins, that he scored at Spa and Norisring. He finished the season in third place with 10 wins, one more than champion Esteban Ocon.

Charles Leclerc, driving for Van Amersfoort Racing during FIA Formula 3 European Championship race at Spa in 2015.

For 2015 the team signed Charles Leclerc, Alessio Lorandi and Arjun Maini.[41] Leclerc was the only driver who had race wins and finished the season in top-five of the standings. The team also expanded to the new-for-2015 ADAC Formula 4. Harrison Newey, Joey Mawson and Mick Schumacher were the team drivers.[42] Mawson had five race wins and finished the season third, while Schumacher had one race win and completed the top-ten in the standings.

The team completely changed their line-up in the 2016 FIA Formula 3 European Championship with signing of Anthoine Hubert, Callum Ilott, Harrison Newey and Pedro Piquet.[43] Ilott and Hubert were the only race winners for the squad. The team retained Mawson in ADAC F4, while Schumacher moved to another team.[44] They had a championship battle, which was won by Mawson. But in the teams' championship Van Amersfoort Racing lost just by 4.5 points to Prema Powerteam.

In 2017 the team remained in the European Championship with Newey and Piquet, adding to their squad David Beckmann and the ADAC F4 champion Mawson.[45] It was the worst season in the championship for the team as none of drivers have visited the top step of the podium and they were last in the teams standings. Their drivers for the 2017 ADAC Formula 4 Championship were Felipe Drugovich, Kami Laliberté, Frederik Vesti and Louis Gachot.[46] Drugovich was the title contender till the last race of the season, but lost the battle to Prema drivers Jüri Vips and Marcus Armstrong. The team title was again claimed by Prema, who outscored Van Amersfoort Racing by 71 points.

For the final 2018 FIA Formula 3 European Championship campaign, the Dutch team signed with Keyvan Andres and Artem Petrov, with Sophia Flörsch a later addition to the team.[47][48] While in 2018 ADAC Formula 4 Championship the squad were represented by Joey Alders, Liam Lawson, Lucas Alecco Roy, Frederik Vesti and Charles Weerts, with Lawson finishing runner-up in the championship.[49][50][51][52][53]

Formula European Masters and Formula 4 (2019-Present)

In 2019, Van Amersfoort committed to the inaugural Formula European Masters championship, reuniting with Flörsch.[54][1] For the ADAC Formula 4 championship, the team signed Ido Cohen, Niklas Krütten and Red Bull Junior Dennis Hauger.[4][2][3]

Current series results

FIA European Formula 3 Championship

FIA Formula 3 European Championship results
Year Car Drivers Races Wins Poles F/Laps Podiums Points D.C. T.C.
2012 Dallara F312-Volkswagen Austria Lucas Auer 2 0 0 0 0 0 NC N/A
Netherlands Dennis van de Laar 2 0 0 0 0 0 NC
2013 Dallara F312-Volkswagen Germany Sven Müller 30 0 0 0 1 122 9th† 7th
Netherlands Dennis van de Laar 30 0 0 0 0 22 20th
Sweden Måns Grenhagen 14 0 0 0 0 0 26th
2014 Dallara F314-Volkswagen Netherlands Max Verstappen 33 10 7 7 16 411 3rd 4th
Dallara F312-Volkswagen United States Gustavo Menezes 33 0 0 0 1 91 11th
Netherlands Jules Szymkowiak 33 0 0 0 0 17 20th
2015 Dallara F316-Volkswagen Monaco Charles Leclerc 33 4 3 5 13 363.5 4th 3rd
Dallara F312-Volkswagen India Arjun Maini 33 0 0 0 0 27 18th
Italy Alessio Lorandi 33 0 0 0 0 26 20th
2016 Dallara F316-Volkswagen United Kingdom Callum Ilott 30 2 2 3 6 226 6th 4th
Dallara F316-Volkswagen France Anthoine Hubert 30 1 1 1 3 160 8th
Dallara F316-Mercedes United Kingdom Harrison Newey 30 0 0 0 0 22 18th
Brazil Pedro Piquet 30 0 0 0 0 19 19th
2017 Dallara F312-Mercedes United Kingdom Harrison Newey 30 0 0 0 0 106 11th 5th
Dallara F316-Mercedes Australia Joey Mawson 30 0 0 0 1 83 13th
Dallara F316-Mercedes Brazil Pedro Piquet 30 0 0 0 1 80 14th
Dallara F317-Mercedes Germany David Beckmann 30 0 0 0 0 45 16th†
Belgium Max Defourny 3 0 0 0 0 2 18th
Brazil Felipe Drugovich 3 0 0 0 0 N/A NC
2018 Dallara F316-Mercedes Russia Artem Petrov 30 0 0 0 0 7 20th 5th
Germany Sophia Flörsch 21 0 0 0 0 1 22nd
Denmark Frederik Vesti 3 0 0 0 0 0 NC
Dallara F317-Mercedes Iran Keyvan Andres 30 0 0 0 1 18 18

†Shared results with the other team

ADAC Formula 4

ADAC Formula 4 results
Year Car Drivers Races Wins Poles F/Laps Podiums Points D.C. T.C.
2015 Tatuus-Abarth Australia Joey Mawson 24 5 1 3 11 297 3rd N/A
Germany Mick Schumacher 24 1 0 0 0 92 10th
United Kingdom Harrison Newey 18 0 0 0 0 42 16th
Canada Kami Laliberté 9 0 0 0 0 5 25th
2016 Tatuus-Abarth Australia Joey Mawson 24 10 7 6 16 374 1st 2nd
Canada Kami Laliberté 24 1 0 1 4 94.5 9th
Netherlands Leonard Hoogenboom 18 0 0 0 1 25 18th†
Switzerland Moritz Müller-Crepon 9 0 0 0 0 5 22nd
2017 Tatuus-Abarth Brazil Felipe Drugovich 21 7 3 6 9 236.5 3rd 2nd
Denmark Frederik Vesti 21 1 0 2 3 113 7th
Canada Kami Laliberté 15 1 1 1 1 76 12th
Russia Artem Petrov 12 1 0 0 2 56 15th†
United Kingdom Louis Gachot 21 0 0 0 1 51 16th
2018 Tatuus-Abarth Denmark Frederik Vesti 20 2 1 2 8 211 4th 2nd
Belgium Charles Weerts 20 1 0 1 4 195 5th
Germany Lucas Alecco Roy 20 0 0 0 0 0 18th
Netherlands Joey Alders 20 0 0 0 0 44 11th
New Zealand Liam Lawson 20 3 3 0 11 234 2nd

†Shared results with the other team(s)

Former series results

German Formula Three Championship

German Formula Three Championship results
Year Car Drivers Races Wins Poles F/Laps Podiums Points D.C. T.C.
1997 Dallara 397-Opel Belgium Bas Leinders 18 0 2 1 4 100 7th N/A
1998 Dallara F398-Opel Belgium Bas Leinders 20 7 9 4 11 200 1st N/A
Netherlands Christijan Albers 20 2 1 1 5 120 5th
1999 Dallara F399-Opel Germany Thomas Mutsch 18 0 1 3 2 97 7th N/A
South Africa Etienne van der Linde 10 0 0 0 0 25 12th
Netherlands Jacky van der Ende 8 0 0 0 0 22 13th
2000 Dallara F399-Opel Belgium Tom van Bavel 18 0 0 0 2 52 11th N/A
Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen 18 0 1 0 0 36 16th
2001 Dallara F300-Opel Italy Marc Caldonazzi 10 0 0 0 0 2 28th N/A
Denmark Allan Simonsen 8 0 0 0 0 0 34th
Germany André Fibier 2 0 0 0 0 0 42nd
Dallara F399-Opel Netherlands Marco du Pau 12 0 0 0 0 2 29th
2002 Dallara F302-Opel Japan Kaichi Sato 6 0 0 0 0 1 18th N/A
Netherlands Jaap van Lagen 8 0 0 0 0 0 34th
Dallara F300-Opel Germany Catharina Felser 16 0 0 0 0 2 28th†
2006 Dallara F305-Opel South Korea Récardo Bruins Choi 18 0 0 0 1 38 7th N/A
Dallara F306-Opel Netherlands Dominick Muermans 18 0 0 0 0 3 23rd
2007 Dallara F305-Opel Netherlands Carlo van Dam 18 9 10 7 16 159 1st N/A
Dallara F306-Opel South Korea Récardo Bruins Choi 18 2 2 2 6 95 4th
2008 Dallara F306-Volkswagen Belgium Laurens Vanthoor 18 2 3 2 9 85 4th N/A
Dallara F305-Volkswagen Switzerland Rahel Frey 16 0 0 0 0 5 14th
Republic of Ireland Niall Quinn 2 0 0 0 0 N/A NC
2009 Dallara F306-Volkswagen Belgium Laurens Vanthoor 18 11 11 10 15 163 1st N/A
Netherlands Stef Dusseldorp 18 2 1 4 11 106 2nd
Dallara F305-Volkswagen India Armaan Ebrahim 2 0 0 0 0 N/A NC
2010 Dallara F306-Volkswagen Germany Daniel Abt 18 2 6 5 10 112 2nd N/A
Netherlands Stef Dusseldorp 18 2 3 3 9 88 4th
Dallara F305-Opel Austria Willi Steindl 18 1 0 0 2 43 7th
2011 Dallara F306-Volkswagen New Zealand Richie Stanaway 18 13 10 8 16 181 1st N/A
Netherlands Hannes van Asseldonk 18 0 2 1 5 61 5th
Dallara F305-Volkswagen Netherlands Jeroen Mul 18 0 0 0 0 18 10th
2012 Dallara F308-VW Power Engine Austria Lucas Auer 27 2 2 4 11 298 2nd N/A
Austria René Binder 27 3 0 1 7 191 6th
Netherlands Dennis van de Laar 24 0 0 0 1 110 9th
Germany Daniel Abt 3 0 0 0 1 18 14th
2013 Dallara F308-VW Power Engine United States Gustavo Menezes 26 2 0 2 8 241 4th 2nd
Belgium Jordi Weckx 20 0 0 0 0 29 12th
2014 Dallara F311-VW Power Engine United Kingdom Sam MacLeod 24 3 1 6 12 243 4th 2nd
Dallara F308-VW Power Engine Malaysia Weiron Tan 24 2 0 0 5 182 5th

†Shared results with the other team

Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup

Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup results
Year Car Drivers Races Wins Poles F/Laps Podiums Points D.C. T.C.
2006 Tatuus FR2000 Netherlands Dennis Swart 16 0 0 0 0 104 14th N/A
Netherlands Gwendolyn Hertzberger 16 0 0 0 0 74 20th
2007 Tatuus FR2000 Netherlands Stef Dusseldorp 10 0 0 0 0 77 13th N/A
Netherlands Dennis Swart 16 0 0 0 0 74 17th
2008 Tatuus FR2000 Netherlands Stef Dusseldorp 16 1 0 0 3 224 4th N/A
Netherlands Nigel Melker 16 0 0 0 0 120 12th
2009 Tatuus FR2000 Netherlands Mathijs Harkema 12 0 0 0 0 82 17th N/A
2010 Barazi-Epsilon FR2.0-10 Netherlands Jeroen Mul 19 2 2 3 6 304 3rd N/A
Netherlands Liroy Stuart 19 0 0 0 4 267 4th
2011 Barazi-Epsilon FR2.0-10 Netherlands Dennis van de Laar 20 0 0 0 0 186 7th 6th
Netherlands Meindert van Buuren 17 0 0 0 0 85 21st
United Kingdom Jack Hawksworth 3 0 0 0 0 26 32nd
2012 Barazi-Epsilon FR2.0-10 Netherlands Jeroen Slaghekke 20 1 3 0 2 241 4th 3rd
Russia Roman Beregech 20 0 0 0 0 48 29th

ADAC Formel Masters

ADAC Formel Masters results
Year Car Drivers Races Wins Poles F/Laps Podiums Points D.C. T.C.
2008 Dallara Formulino-Volkswagen Finland Emma Kimiläinen 16 0 0 1 1 76 10th 7th
Denmark Kevin Magnussen 6 0 0 1 2 30 12th
2009 Dallara Formulino-Volkswagen Germany Christian Wangard 12 0 0 0 1 32 10th 7th
Netherlands Liroy Stuart 4 0 0 0 2 31 11th
Germany Ferdinand Stuck 8 0 0 0 0 18 15th
India Saran Vikram 2 0 0 0 0 0 24th
Netherlands Justin Ros 2 0 0 0 2 31 26th

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External links

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