Hispania Racing, better known as HRT Formula 1 Team, entered Formula One in 2010 together with Lotus Racing and Virgin Racing. USF1 was already bankrupt before it completed a Formula One design. From the beginning HRT had financial issues, though the small team overcame these and managed to stay in F1 for three years. At the end of the 2012 season the money ran out and the team exited F1.
Who doesn’t remember the Spanish HRT team? They originally entered F1 under the name of Campos Meta 1, but quickly rebranded to Hispania, and then HRT because the team was in financial trouble even before their car had turned a wheel. But there was a second Spanish-based team which had attempted to join the Formula One grid in 2010 and also 2011. This was Epsilon Euskadi, the team from the
Manor Racing a Formula One team with a short history in the Formula One. But a team that gained after they survived in 2014 a lot of fans around the world. A team that knew very hard times with the terrible dead of one of their top drivers Jules Bianchi, who scored in 2014 even two points for the team, and the terrible accident with Maria de Villota. This season
The Durango team, led by Ivone Pinton and Enrico Magro, had one unfulfilled dream: to enter Formula One! Over the years the team announced on a number of occasions that they were ready to enter F1, and yet somehow they never actually managed it. This is the story of a small team with big dreams! The small Durango team entered F3000 in the early 1990s failing to win a single