MJP Racing Team Austria

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Flag of Austria.svg MJP Racing Team Austria
Founded2014
Team principal(s) Max Pucher
Current series FIA World Rallycross Championship
Former series FIA European Rallycross Championship

MJP Racing Team Austria is an auto racing team founded by Austrian racing driver and entrepreneur Max Pucher. The team has been competing in rallycross since its creation. The team uses Supercar specification Ford Fiesta built by MJP Racing. The cars were former built by Stohl Racing but before the 2016 season started Max Pucher separated his team from Stohl Racing and operates the cars by himself. [1]

Contents

Racing record

Complete FIA World Rallycross Championship results

(key)

Supercar

YearEntrantCarNo.Driver12345678910111213WRXPointsTeamsPoints
2015 World RX Team Austria Ford Fiesta 7 Flag of Austria.svg Manfred Stohl POR
12
HOC
14
BEL
11
GBR
10
GER
8
SWE
13
CAN
10
NOR
14
FRA
21
BAR
13
TUR
13
ITA
4
ARG
9
11th827th100
31 Flag of Austria.svg Max Pucher POR
19
HOC
22
BEL
17
GBR
28
GER
17
SWE
30
CAN NOR
23
FRA
23
BAR
19
TUR
18
ITA
18
ARG
=40th0
70 Flag of Austria.svg Christoph Brugger POR
HOC
BEL
GBR
GER
SWE
CAN
17
NOR
24
FRA
BAR
TUR
ITA
ARG
=40th0
199 Flag of Latvia.svg Jānis Baumanis POR
HOC
BEL
GBR
GER
SWE
CAN
NOR
FRA
BAR
TUR
ITA
ARG
4
20th18
2016 World RX Team Austria Ford Fiesta 6 Flag of Latvia.svg Jānis Baumanis POR
14
HOC
8
BEL
9
GBR
7
NOR
8
SWE
10
CAN
15
FRA
26
BAR
4
LAT
8
GER
7
ARG
12
10th1095th226
7 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Timerzyanov POR
16
HOC
17
BEL
8
GBR
5
NOR
6
SWE
14
CAN
7
FRA
30
BAR
3
LAT
6
GER
14
ARG
9
8th117
31 Flag of Austria.svg Max Pucher POR
HOC
DNS
BEL
GBR
NOR
SWE
CAN
FRA
BAR
LAT
GER
ARG
38th0N/AN/A
2017 MJP Racing Team Austria Ford Fiesta ST 44 Flag of Germany.svg Timo Scheider BAR
2
POR
15
HOC
7
BEL
11
GBR
NOR
12
SWE
10
CAN
12
FRA
9
LAT
15
GER
15
RSA
5
10th1095th221
96 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Eriksson BAR
13
POR
14
HOC
10
BEL
5
GBR
9
NOR
13
SWE
5
CAN
4
FRA
16
LAT
18
GER
10
RSA
12
11th101
177 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andrew Jordan BAR
POR
HOC
BEL
GBR
8
NOR
SWE
CAN
FRA
LAT
GER
RSA
19th11
2018 MJP Racing Team Austria Ford Fiesta 31 Flag of Austria.svg Max Pucher BAR
POR
BEL
GBR
NOR
23
SWE
CAN
FRA
LAT
USA
GER
RSA
31st*0*N/AN/A
32 Flag of Austria.svg Alexander Wurz BAR
POR
BEL
GBR
NOR
18
SWE
CAN
FRA
LAT
USA
GER
RSA
25th*0*
177 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andrew Jordan BAR
POR
BEL
GBR
20
NOR
SWE
CAN
FRA
LAT
USA
GER
RSA
29th*0*

* Season still in progress.

Complete FIA European Rallycross Championship results

(key)

Supercar

YearEntrantCarNo.Driver12345ERXPoints
2016 World RX Team Austria Ford Fiesta 31 Flag of Austria.svg Max Pucher BEL
16
NOR
14
SWE
14
BAR
LAT
18th7

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