||Scuderia Ecosse embarks on its first ever GT race,
the 1000kms of Le Mans. Drivers Marino Franchitti,
Tim Mullen and Chris Niarchos finished the six-hour
race in fourth place (NGT class).
||Scuderia Ecosse officially launched - The new
team, led by Stewart Roden, announces its plans
to contest the 2004 British GT Championship at
the British F3/GT Media Day at Brands Hatch. The
team runs two Ferrari 360s: A GTC for Andrew Kirkaldy
and Nathan Kinch and a GT for Tim Mullen and Chris
||First British GT race - Kirkaldy and Kinch finish
in 7th place.
||First British GT Victory - Kirkaldy and Kinch
take the win after a fantastic fight through the
pack from 16th place on the grid.
||First British GT Victory for Mullen/Niarchos
- Team victory tally reaches six - The Mullen/Niarchos
Ferrari 360 GT takes victory at Thruxton, followed
by a win for the Kirkaldy/Kinch car in the next
round on the same day.
||Team wins the final race of the 2004 British
GT season - The last rain-soaked race of the year
goes to Kirkaldy and Kinch in the Ferrari 360 GTC.
The team finishes its debut season as series Runners-Up
with a total of seven victories, seven pole positions
and 13 fastest race laps.
||New 2005 livery launched - Scuderia Ecosse appears
at Autosport International in Birmingham to unveil
the new red, white and blue livery for its Ferrari
||Le Mans 24 Hours entry approved - It is announced
that Scuderia Ecosse is entered into the 2005 Le
Mans 24 Hours.
||Team announces 2005 plans - In 2005 Scuderia
Ecosse will contest the British GT Championship,
the Le Mans Endurance Series and the Le Mans 24
||Kinch/Kirkaldy win opening round of British GT
Championship - The Scottish duo took a dominant
victory at Donington Park with a winning margin
of over 40 seconds. Chris Niarchos and Tim Mullen
put on a great show and joined them on the podium
in third spot.
||Scuderia Ecosse takes part in the 73rd running
of the Le Mans 24 Hours, the greatest race of them
all. Although the team doesn’t complete the
race they put on a great show and gain valuable
experience for next time out!
||Kinch and Kirkaldy finish on the podium at the
Le Mans Endurance Series race at Monza with a superb
second place against a competitive field of cars.
||Scuderia Ecosse wins the British GT Team Championship
- Kinch and Kirkaldy’s second place finish
in a two-hour race at Silverstone seals Championship
victory for the team.
||Nathan Kinch and Andrew Kirkaldy are crowned
2005 British GT Champions after winning the race
at Mondello Park in Ireland, their ninth win of
||Nathan Kinch and Andrew Kirkaldy take a hard-fought
victory in the final LMES round of the season at
Istanbul. Starting from pole position the duo put
in a blistering performance in the six-hour race.
||Andrew Kirkaldy receives the prestigious BRDC
Silver Star in recognition of his performance in
the British GT Championship. He goes on to win
the Autosport British Club Driver of the Year Award,
and the Ferrari Owners Club Cavallino Trophy. He
was also awarded, alongside Nathan Kinch, the MSA
Gold Flag, and a special award from Ferrari for
winning the British GT Championship. The team also
received an award from Ferrari, and were voted
UK Team of the Year for the second year running
||Scuderia Ecosse wow the crowds in the Live Action
Arena at the Autosport International Show with
a demonstration of live pit-stops with two Ferrari
||The British GT Championship season begins at
Oulton Park and Chris Niarchos and Tim Mullen,
driving a brand new Ferrari 430, win both opening
||Andrew Kirkaldy takes pole position for the first
of the year’s FIA GT Championship races at
Silverstone. The Scot would go on to take an unprecedented
eight out of ten poles that year.
||Scuderia Ecosse competes in the Le Mans 24 Hours
for the second time. The drivers are Chris Niarchos,
Tim Mullen and Andrew Kirkaldy. The Ferrari 430
goes the whole distance and becomes the first ever
GT2 Ferrari to take a podium finish (third) in
the Le Mans 24 Hours.
||Nathan Kinch and Andrew Kirkaldy take the team’s
first FIA GT victory at Oschersleben in Germany.
||The team completes another 24 hour race, this
time getting two 430s to the finish at the Spa
24 Hours, one of which on the podium (Third for
Kinch/Kirkaldy/Franchitti, Sixth for Niarchos/Mullen/Simonsen).
||Scuderia Ecosse takes a landslide 1-2 victory
at the FIA GT round at Paul Ricard. Kinch and Kirkaldy
lead Mullen and Franchitti home.
||Tim Mullen (partnered by Marino Franchitti for
this race) takes the first FIA GT victory for Ferrari
no.63 at Adria in Italy.
||Chris Niarchos and Tim Mullen win the 2006 British
GT Championship at Magny Cours after taking 10
out of 14 wins.
||Chris Niarchos win the final FIA GT race of the
season in Dubai. The first FIA GT victory for Chris
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