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A1 Team Mexico

A1 Team Mexico
Founded 2005
Seat holder(s) Juan Cortina
Julio Jáuregui.
Race driver(s) Davíd Garza Pérez
Car nickname The Feathered Snake
First race 2005-06 Great Britain
Rounds entered 32
Championships 0
Sprint race victories 1
Feature race victories 1
Pole positions 1
Fastest laps 5
Total points 116
2008-09 position nc (0 pts)

A1 Team Mexico is the Mexican team of A1 Grand Prix, an international racing series.


  • Management 1
  • History 2
    • 2008–09 season 2.1
    • 2007–08 season 2.2
    • 2006–07 season 2.3
    • 2005–06 season 2.4
  • Drivers 3
  • Complete A1 Grand Prix results 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


A1 Team Mexico owners are Juan Cortina and Julio Jáuregui.[1]

The technical assistance was initially provided by DAMS in 2005-06.[1] However, new regulations brought in for 2006-07 stated that a racing team could not work with more than two A1 Teams. As DAMS worked with A1 Team France and South Africa in 2006-07, Mexico created a bespoke race team named Teamex to replace DAMS.[2] In 2007-08, the team was run by Team Craft, while Escuderia del Mediterraneo took over for 2008-09.


2008–09 season

Driver: Davíd Garza Pérez

2007–08 season

Drivers: Michel Jourdain, Jr., David Martínez

Team Mexico were relatively uncompetitive in 2007-08. After scoring well in Zandvoort, the team only scored again twice, en route to 16th in the championship.

2006–07 season

Drivers: Salvador Durán, Juan Pablo Garcia, David Martínez, Sergio Pérez

Again, mixed fortunes for the Mexican team. Four podiums in the early season, but no points after Indonesia, left them in 10th position in the championship.

2005–06 season

Drivers: Luis Diaz, Salvador Durán, David Martínez

Mixed fortunes came over Team Mexico in the inaugural season. A clean sweep of the American rounds and three podiums, brought them to 10th place in the championship.


Mexico leads A1 Team New Zealand at the inaugural A1GP
Name Seasons Races
A1GP Title Wins Sprint
2nd 3rd Poles Fastest
Luis Diaz 2005-06 1 (2) 0
Salvador Durán 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08 18 (36) 2 1 1 3 4 1 2 107
Juan Pablo Garcia 2006-07 1 (2) 0
Davíd Garza Pérez 2007-08, 2008-09 5 (10) 5
Jorge Goeters 2007-08 1 (2) 0
Michel Jourdain, Jr. 2007-08 2 (4) 0
David Martínez 2005-06, 2007-08 3 (6) 4
Sergio Pérez 2006-07 1 (2) 0

Complete A1 Grand Prix results

(), "spr" indicate a Sprint Race, "fea" indicate a Main Race.

Year Racing
Drivers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Points Rank
2005-06 DAMS Lola,
Cooper Avon
GBR spr GBR fea GER spr GER fea PRT spr PRT fea AUS spr AUS fea MYS spr MYS fea ARE spr ARE fea ZAF spr ZAF fea IDN spr IDN fea MEX spr MEX fea USA spr USA fea CHN spr CHN fea 59 10th
Salvador Durán 6 3 Ret Ret Ret Ret 18 8 3 Ret Ret Ret 1 1 3 8
David Martínez 8 13 10 Ret
Luis Diaz 19 15
2006-07 Teamex Lola
Cooper Avon
NED spr NED fea CZE spr CZE fea BEI spr BEI fea MYS spr MYS fea IDN spr IDN fea NZ spr NZ fea AUS spr AUS fea ZAF spr ZAF fea MEX spr MEX fea SHA spr SHA fea GBR spr GBR fea 35 10th
Salvador Durán 2 5 7 3 2 Ret 11 Ret 2 6 12 Ret 11 15 Ret Ret 17 Ret
Sergio Pérez 15 Ret
Juan Pablo Garcia 18 14
2007-08 Team Craft Lola
Cooper Avon
NED spr NED fea CZE spr CZE fea MYS spr MYS fea ZHU spr ZHU fea NZ spr NZ fea AUS spr AUS fea ZAF spr ZAF fea MEX spr MEX fea SHA spr SHA fea GBR spr GBR fea 22 16th
Salvador Durán 4 4
Michel Jourdain Jr. 13 22 20 11
David Garza Perez 16 11 17 9 17 18 8 Ret 16 14
Jorge Goeters 20 21
David Martínez 20 16
2008-09 Escudería del Mediterráneo Ferrari,
spr fea spr fea spr fea spr fea spr fea spr fea spr fea
David Garza Perez 16 15 14 15
Salvador Durán 15 Ret 16 Ret 9 4 3 6


"A1GP Results". Archived from the original on 30 September 2007. Retrieved 2007-09-19. 

  1. ^ a b Team-by-team guide to the A1 Grand Prix series (September 23, 2005)
  2. ^ Listo el equipo mexicano y "Chava" para iniciar la temporada en Holanda (September 28, 2006)

External links

  • Official A1 Grand Prix Web Site
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