Adrian Quaife-Hobbs is one of europe’s brightest motor racing prospects, currently a resident in the UK.
Adrian made his GP2 début in 2013 in Malaysia with MP Motorport, collecting a runners-up spot on the podium in the Monaco sprint event in May, just eight races into his maiden season. A mid-season switch to Hilmer Motorsports for the rest of 2013 and along the way collected his first series win at the end of a hard-fought Monza sprint race in September. For the 2014 season Adrian heads to GP2 team Rapax.
In 2012 Adrian dominated the renamed AutoGP World Series with leading top-level single seater outfit SuperNova Racing, clinching the title with two races still remaining. The only series to race on three continents outside F1, on some of the best tracks in the world, AutoGP attracted a quality field and allowed Adrian to show his expert racing skills and superb car control in front of massive crowds.
In a series previously won by Ferrari F1 racer Felipe Massa and Lotus F1 driver Romain Grosjean, Adrian became the only driver in the series history to take five race wins in one season, three consecutive pole positions and three successive race wins.
Team effort rewarded Adrian Quaife-Hobbs with a sensational second place finish at The Hungaroring. Quaife-Hobbs took-off with “soft” compound tyres,... read more
After more than a month of rest, the GP2 Series teams and drivers were back on-track this weekend at Red... read more