RESULTS HISTORY

We have listed all the championship results of Prodrive-run works teams since the company's formation in 1984.

2013
World Endurance Championship GT M – 2nd (Aston Martin Racing)
World Endurance Championship GTE Pro T – 2nd (Aston Martin Racing)
World Endurance Championship GTE Am T – 2nd (Aston Martin Racing)
World Endurance Championship GT D – 3rd (Darren Turner/Stefan Mucke)
World Endurance Championship GTE Am D – 1st (Stuart Hall/Jamie Campbell-Walter)
Le Mans 24 Hours GTE Pro – 3rd (Aston Martin Racing)
Le Mans 24 Hours GTE Am – 6th (Aston Martin Racing)
 
2012
FIA World Rally Championship D – 11th (Dani Sordo)
Le Mans 24 Hours GTE – 3rd (Aston Martin Racing)
World Endurance Championship GTE Pro Trophy – 2nd (Aston Martin Racing)
World Endurance Championship D – 33rd (Darren Turner/Stefan Mucke)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship T – 2nd (Ford Performance Racing)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship D – 3rd (Mark Winterbottom)

2011
FIA World Rally Championship D – 8th (Dani Sordo)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship T – 2nd (Ford Performance Racing)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship D – 3rd (Mark Winterbottom)

2010
Le Mans 24 Hours – 5th (Aston Martin Racing)
Le Mans Series T – 6th (Aston Martin Racing)
Le Mans Series D – 15th (Stefan Mucke/Adrian Fernandez/Harold Primat)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship T – 4th (Ford Performance Racing)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship D – 3rd (Mark Winterbottom)

2009
Le Mans 24 Hours – 4th (Aston Martin Racing)
Le Mans Series T – 1st (Aston Martin Racing)
Le Mans Series D – 1st (Stefan Mucke/Jan Charouz/Tomas Enge)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship T – 4th (Ford Performance Racing)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship D – 5th (Mark Winterbottom)

2008
FIA World Rally Championship M – 3rd (Subaru)
FIA World Rally Championship D – 5th (Chris Atkinson)
Le Mans 24 Hours GT1 – 1st (Aston Martin Racing)
Le Mans Series T – 5th (Aston Martin Racing)
Le Mans Series D – 9th (Stefan Mucke/Jan Charouz)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship T – 2nd (Ford Performance Racing)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship D – 2nd (Mark Winterbottom)

2007
FIA World Rally Championship M – 3rd (Subaru)
FIA World Rally Championship D – 5th (Petter Solberg)
Le Mans 24 Hours GT1 – 1st (Aston Martin Racing)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship T – 4th (Ford Performance Racing)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship D – 5th (Mark Winterbottom)

2006
FIA World Rally Championship M – 3rd (Subaru)
FIA World Rally Championship D – 6th (Petter Solberg)
Le Mans 24 Hours GT1 – 2nd (Aston Martin Racing)
American Le Mans Series GT1  – 2nd (Aston Martin Racing)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship T – 2nd (Ford Performance Racing)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship D – 3rd (Mark Winterbottom)

2005
FIA World Rally Championship M – 4th (Subaru)
FIA World Rally Championship D – 2nd (Petter Solberg)
Le Mans 24 Hours GT1– 3rd (Aston Martin Racing)
American Le Mans Series GT1  – 5th (Aston Martin Racing)
FIA GT – 5th (Aston Martin Racing)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship T - 8th (Ford Performance Racing)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship D - 9th (Jason Bright)

2004
FIA World Rally Championship M - 3rd (Subaru)
FIA World Rally Championship D – 2nd (Petter Solberg)
Le Mans 24 Hours GT1 – 3rd (Prodrive Ferrari 550)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship - 15th (Glenn Seton - Ford Performance Racing)

2003
FIA World Rally Championship M - 3rd (Subaru)
FIA World Rally Championship D - 1st (Petter Solberg)
SCCA ProRally Championship T - 2nd (Subaru Rally Team USA)
SCCA ProRally Championship D - 5th (Ramana Lagemann)
Le Mans 24 Hours GTS - 1st (Prodrive Ferrari 550)
American Le Mans Series GTS M - 2nd (Prodrive Ferrari 550)
Australian V8 Supercar Championship - 5th (Craig Lowndes - Ford Performance Racing)

2002
FIA World Rally Championship M - 3rd (Subaru)
FIA World Rally Championship D - 2nd (Petter Solberg)
SCCA ProRally Championship D - 3rd (Mark Lovell)
SCCA ProRally Championship T - 2nd (Subaru Rally Team USA)
FIA European Touring Car Championship M - 3rd (Volvo)
FIA European Touring Car Championship D - 5th (Rickard Rydell)
American Le Mans Series GTS T – 5th (Prodrive Ferrari 550)

2001
FIA World Rally Championship M - 4th (Subaru)
FIA World Rally Championship D - 1st (Richard Burns)
SCCA ProRally Championship D - 1st (Mark Lovell)
SCCA ProRally Championship T - 1st (Subaru Rally Team USA)
FIA GT Championship T – 5th (Prodrive Ferrari 550)

2000
FIA World Rally Championship M - 3rd (Subaru)
FIA World Rally Championship D - 2nd (Richard Burns)
British Touring Car Championship M - 1st (Ford)
British Touring Car Championship D - 1st (Alain Menu)

1999
FIA World Rally Championship M - 2nd (Subaru)
FIA World Rally Championship D - 2nd (Richard Burns)
British Touring Car Championship M - 6th (Ford)
British Touring Car Championship D - 11th (Alain Menu)

1998
FIA World Rally Championship M - 3rd (Subaru)
FIA World Rally Championship D - 3rd (Colin McRae)
British Touring Car Championship M - 4th (Honda)
British Touring Car Championship D – 3rd (James Thompson)

1997
FIA World Rally Championship M - 1st (Subaru)
FIA World Rally Championship D - 2nd (Colin McRae)
FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship M - 1st (Subaru)
FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship D - 1st (Kenneth Erikkson)
British Touring Car Championship M - 3rd (Honda)
British Touring Car Championship D - 5th (James Thompson)

1996
FIA World Rally Championship M - 1st (Subaru)
FIA World Rally Championship D - 2nd (Colin McRae)
FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship M - 2nd (Subaru)
FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship D - 1st (Kenneth Eriksson)

1995
FIA World Rally Championship M - 1st (Colin McRae)
FIA World Rally Championship D - 1st (Subaru)
FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship - 2nd (Colin McRae)
British Touring Car Championship M - 8th (Alfa Romeo)
British Touring Car Championship D - 16th (Gabriele Tarquini)

1994
FIA World Rally Championship M - 2nd (Subaru)
FIA World Rally Championship D - 2nd (Carlos Sainz)
FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship - 1st (Possum Bourne)

1993
World Rally Championship D - 5th (Colin McRae)
World Rally Championship M - 3rd (Subaru)
FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship - 1st (Possum Bourne)
British Rally Championship - 1st (Richard Burns)

1992
World Rally Championship D - 8th (Subaru)
World Rally Championship M - 4th (Colin McRae)
British Rally Championship - 1st (Colin McRae)
British Touring Car Championship - 8th (Tim Sugden)

1991
World Rally Championship D - 8th (Markku Alen)
World Rally Championship M - 6th (Subaru)
British Rally Championship - 1st (Colin McRae)
British Touring Car Championship - 4th (Steve Soper)

1990
French Rally Championship - 1st (Francois Chatriot)
European Rally Championship - 5th (Francois Chatriot)
World Rally Championship D - 14th (Possum Bourne)
World Rally Championship M - 4th (Subaru)
British Touring Car Championship class B - 1st (2nd overall) (Frank Sytner)

1989
French Rally Championship - 1st (Francois Chatriot)
Belgian Rally Championship - 1st (Marc Duez)
European Rally Championship - 9th (Francois Chatriot)
British Touring Car Championship class B - 1st (James Weaver) 2nd overall

1988
European Rally Championship - 2nd (Patrick Snijers)
Belgian Rally Championship - 1st (Patrick Snijers)
French Rally Championship - 2nd (Bernard Beguin)
Italian Rally Championship - 2nd (Andrea Zanussi)
British Touring Car Championship - 1st (Fank Sytner)

1987
French Rally Championship - 2nd (Bernard Beguin)
Middle East Rally Championship - 2nd (Saeed Al Hajri)
British Touring Car Championship class B - 3rd (Frank Sytner)

1986
Middle East Rally Championship - 4th (Saeed Al Hajri)
British Rally Championship - 4th (Jimmy McRae)
Irish Tarmac Championship – 2nd (Billy Coleman)

1985
Middle East Rally Championship - 1st (Saeed Al Hajri)
European Rally Championship - 8th (Bernard Beguin)
French Rally Championship - 7th (Bernard Beguin)
Irish Tarmac Championship – 4th (Billy Coleman)

1984
Middle East Rally Championship - 1st (Saeed Al Hajri)
European Rally Championship - 2nd (Henri Toivonen)