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In [[2018 Alternate Formula One season|2018]], Mansell - along with Russian businessman Boris Rotenberg - entered his eponymous team into the Formula One World Championship, operating out of a facility at Donington Park race circuit in Leicestershire. The team's drivers were Russian [[Artem Markelov]] and Briton [[Bradley Dagnall]] - son of former Arrows teammate [[Chris Dagnall]]. Over the course of the years, the team became increasingly more Russian influenced - replacing Dagnall with [[Sergey Sirotkin]] and taking on a Russian racing licence a year later in [[2019 Alternate Formula One season|2019]].
 
In [[2018 Alternate Formula One season|2018]], Mansell - along with Russian businessman Boris Rotenberg - entered his eponymous team into the Formula One World Championship, operating out of a facility at Donington Park race circuit in Leicestershire. The team's drivers were Russian [[Artem Markelov]] and Briton [[Bradley Dagnall]] - son of former Arrows teammate [[Chris Dagnall]]. Over the course of the years, the team became increasingly more Russian influenced - replacing Dagnall with [[Sergey Sirotkin]] and taking on a Russian racing licence a year later in [[2019 Alternate Formula One season|2019]].
  
In [[2020 Alternate Formula One season|2020]], Markelov took the team's first podium finish with a third place in the [[Argentine Grand Prix]]. Three races later, Markelov scored the team's first win at the 2020 [[Turkish Grand Prix]].
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In [[2020 Alternate Formula One season|2020]], Markelov took the team's first podium finish with a third place in the [[Argentine Grand Prix]]. Three races later, Markelov scored the team's first win at the [[Turkish Grand Prix]].
  
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[[2021 Alternate Formula One season|2021]] saw the team switch to [[Toyota]] power units - bringing in promising Japanese driver [[Sho Tsuboi]] as part of the deal. Markelov took a second career win in the [[Argentine Grand Prix]], with Tsuboi close behind for the team's first 1-2 in their history. One race later in India, Tsuboi scored his maiden win.
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:39, 26 March 2020

Flag of Russia svg.png BR Mansell Engineering
Mansell.png
Full Name Aeroflot BR Mansell Engineering
Base Donington Park, Leicestershire, United Kingdom
Founder(s) Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Nigel Mansell
Flag of Russia svg.png Boris Rotenberg
Team Principal(s) Flag of Russia svg.png Viktor Shapovalov
Technical Director Flag of Italy svg.png Paolo Cantone
Current Lineup
Flag of Russia svg.png Artem Markelov
Flag of Russia svg.png Sergey Sirotkin


BR Mansell Engineering, currently known as Aeroflot BR Mansell Engineering for sponsorship reasons, is a British motor racing team running under a Russian licence that was founded by former Formula One driver Nigel Mansell.

History

In 2018, Mansell - along with Russian businessman Boris Rotenberg - entered his eponymous team into the Formula One World Championship, operating out of a facility at Donington Park race circuit in Leicestershire. The team's drivers were Russian Artem Markelov and Briton Bradley Dagnall - son of former Arrows teammate Chris Dagnall. Over the course of the years, the team became increasingly more Russian influenced - replacing Dagnall with Sergey Sirotkin and taking on a Russian racing licence a year later in 2019.

In 2020, Markelov took the team's first podium finish with a third place in the Argentine Grand Prix. Three races later, Markelov scored the team's first win at the Turkish Grand Prix.

2021 saw the team switch to Toyota power units - bringing in promising Japanese driver Sho Tsuboi as part of the deal. Markelov took a second career win in the Argentine Grand Prix, with Tsuboi close behind for the team's first 1-2 in their history. One race later in India, Tsuboi scored his maiden win.


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