Eiffel Power Motorsports

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France Eiffel Power Motorsports
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Founder/Boss United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Base France Peñisi, New Caledonia (Eastern)
France Brest, France (European)
Canada Climax, Canada (Americas)
Racing Colours
Notable Games RaceProLogo.pngGran Turismo 6 logo.pngRaceroom racing experience logo.pngAssetto Corsa logo.pngStock Car Extreme logo.pngNext car game wreckfest logo.pngDirt Rally Logo Black.pngAutomobilista logo.pngRFactor2 Logo.png
Drivers United Kingdom Craig Woollard
United Kingdom Mike Bell
United Kingdom William Walker
Tyne and Wear Joshua Anderson
Scotland Sam Hill
United Kingdom Kyran Parkin
Spain Don Patch
Scotland Neil Heatlie
United Kingdom Ben Cooper
United Kingdom Chris Eagle
Race Starts 177
Championships Won 0
Special Events Won 1
Race Wins 11
Podiums 25
Pole Positions 4
Fastest Laps 8
Twitter @EiffelPowerMoto

Eiffel Power Motorsports (French: Eiffel Puissance Moteur Sports) is a French-speaking team, based primarily in New Caledonia. For logistical reasons, the team has three bases, one in New Caledonia, one in Canada and one in France. The team made its début at Kimster's Grotty Crashmas Grotto.

The team's current drivers are team boss Craighypheno - Craig Woollard and Sam Hill. The team has a reputation for its fierce intra-team rivalries, for its constant battle with Kaibutsu Racing, hating Scottish Nationalists, confusing liveries as well as being a haven for Gran Turismo 6 refugees. To date, it has six race victories.

Contents

History

Eiffel's original logo.

Founded by Craighypheno towards the end of 2014, Eiffel Power Motorsports was meant to be a team registered for the V8 Australicars season only. Since then, the team has ventured into both special events as well as Endurance racing.

The team's very first race came at the Really Rubbish Racing Facility in Finland. Mixed results came, as Craighypheno took a podium as well as a non-finish, the first of his career.

Eiffel Power made it's two-car début at GEARS Between the Lakes with KoopaTroopa14 and Craighypheno finishing in seventh and tenth respectively.

On the Track

Special Event 35: Kimster's Grotty Crashmas Grotto

SE35: Kimster's Grotty Crashmas Grotto
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Driver United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 6/6
Wins 0
Podiums 1
Result 7th

The team made it's first appearance at the annual Crashmas event. In a livery which differs from the conventional Eiffel Power livery, Craighypheno dragged the car to varying results, after rolling over at the first corner on his qualifying attempt. The team managed a podium in its first appearance, with a third place. Craig eventually finished seventh overall with over 2000 points.

Season GEARS 2: 2014-15 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series

GEARS 2: 2014-15 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series
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Drivers United Kingdom Craig Woollard
United Kingdom Ben Cooper
Races Entered 3/6
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 20th
15th

For the very first race of 2015, Craig-O teamed up with Miata Masters runner-up KoopaTroopa14 and opted to run an Aston Martin. The team had a strong 'proper' début, with Koopa making an aggressive strategy work to take seventh place. Craig-O recovered from various spins to take tenth place in the dying seconds of the race away from the Sensible Racing car driven by a fatigued RaceProUK. Another seventh followed for Koopa at Mosport whilst Craig achieved his best result of the season at the GEARS Green Hell with ninth.

Special Event 36: MmmKei

SE36: MmmKei
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Driver United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 3/3
Wins 0
Podiums 1
Result 5th

Eiffel Power made its console début in the special event, MmmKei. It marked the first time that Craig-O went up against the Goteki House of PJ as a rival, and not as a team mate. Craig went the wrong way with setup but still managed a podium at Matterhorn.

Season PC-4: V8 Australicars

PC-4: V8 Australicars
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Driver United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 12/14
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 11th

Craig-O and rookie TheNorfolk planned to team up for the V8 Australicars series, but Craig turned up to most of the events on his own, and he finished 11th in the first race of the season. Fortune gifted Craig a strong eighth place in the second race of the season.

The second event went terribly, as Craig struggled badly for any pace, and finished well out of the points in both events. A crash on the penultimate lap at Bathurst and further bad results at Adelaide saw Craig slip right down the table.

However, strong results at Barbagallo and again at the Circuit of the Americas saw Craig regain momentum, and score some good points for him and the team.

Season 17: Lotus Elise Anniversary Series

17: Lotus Elise Anniversary Series
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Drivers Spain Don Patch
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 18/19
Wins 1
Podiums 5
Result 3rd

With Goteki House not competing in Season 17, Eiffel Power took part with a line-up consisting of Craig and Mega GT World Tour frontrunner Don Patch. The team secured its first pole thanks to Craighypheno and its first victory thanks to Patch. Craig had multiple opportunities to take victories but made mistakes whilst in the lead on no less than three occasions.

Special Event 40: Cruddy Comes to Corby

SE40: Cruddy Comes to Corby
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Drivers Scotland Neil Heatlie
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 1/1
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result DNF
DSQ

The annual Cruddy event did not go well on Eiffel's first appearance. A dodgy disqualification for Craig and a late retirement for Eiffel newcomer tonyandmargaret saw both cars fail to finish.

Special Event 42: Bon Quatrième Anniversaire!

SE42: Bon Quatrième Anniversaire!
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Drivers Scotland Neil Heatlie
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 1/1
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result D/C
16th

Eiffel Power's first trip to a home race did not end particularly well. Neil disconnected early on whilst Craig, who had solid pace had an incident in the opening phase of the race which gave him unrepairable engine damage. Craig eventually came home a distant 11th in class and 16th overall.

Season PC-5: British Sports Prototype Cup

PC-5: British Sports Prototype Cup
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Drivers Scotland Neil Heatlie
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 16/16
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 6th

For the second PC season of competition, Neil was brought on full-time. Results did not come immediately, with both drivers being off the pace at Donington. However Neil put in a spirited recovery drive to achieve his first PC points at Castle Combe. Craig returned to the points at Oulton Park and took a strong result at Mondello park before both drivers met on track at Cadwell Park and again at Knockhill - the latter being where Neil achieved a strong fourth on the grid in qualifying. The team's best result came at the final race of the season, with Neil coming home in fourth and Craig in eighth despite contact from Sam Hill on no less than three occasions.

Special Event 43: Realish Racing RaceRoom Racing Experience

SE43: Realish Racing RaceRoom Racing Experience
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Driver United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 2/2
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 7th

Despite a depleted grid, Craig could not achieve any strong results on a brand new game, struggling to get to grips with RaceRoom's physics.

Special Event 44: Formula R Barth

SE44: Formula R Barth
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Driver Scotland Neil Heatlie
Races Entered 2/2
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 4th

Neil ran alone on the first Assetto Corsa event in Realish Racing. In typical Eiffel fashion, he ended up somewhere in the midfield.

Special Event 45: Realish Racing Touring Car Championship Classic

SE45: Realish Racing Touring Car Championship Classic
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Driver United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 1/1
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result DNF

In Realish Racing's first charity event, Craig struggled to get to grips with John Cleland's Vauxhall Vectra in the race, eventually crashing out. Oops.

Special Event 46: Troféu RlyR Extremo do Spielberg

SE46: Troféu RlyR Extremo do Spielberg
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Drivers Scotland Neil Heatlie
United Kingdom Chris Eagle
Races Entered 3/3
Wins 0
Podiums 1
Result 3rd
7th

Eiffel newcomer ArcticCareBear replaced Craig for Realish Racing's first Stock Car Extreme venture. Neil had a strong outing, achieving his first PC podium whilst Chris showed strong pace which ultimately did not translate into results.

Special Event 47: GEARS World Cup

SE47: GEARS World Cup
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Drivers Scotland Neil Heatlie
United Kingdom Chris Eagle
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 2/2
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 8th
7th
11th

The GEARS World Cup at the fearsome Macau Guia Street Circuit saw Eiffel Power run three cars for the first time. The first race was marred by a horrific fiery accident for Craighypheno on the second lap. Meanwhile a crash late on cost ArcticCareBear some strong points. Tonyandmargaret finished the top Eiffel in the first race. The second race went a bit more smoothly for all except for tonyandmargaret. All three cars finished in the points in the second race, with ArcticCareBear utilising his wheel to look after his tyres better than his team mates.

Special Event 48: Merry Crashmas: Five Gold Rings

SE48: Merry Crashmas: Five Gold Rings
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Drivers Scotland Neil Heatlie
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 7/7
Wins 0
Podiums 1
Result 6th
9th

Realish Racing's fifth Crashmas marked one year since the team's birth. There were a lot of crashes, Neil apologised one time and Craig won the destruction derby section of the night.

Special Event 49: Formula MEME

SE49: Formula MEME
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Drivers Scotland Neil Heatlie
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 4/4
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 10th
13th

That did not go well. Heatlie scored a ye olde point though at Canada.

Season G3: 2016 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series Season

G3: 2016 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series Season
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Drivers Scotland Neil Heatlie
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 8/8
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 5th

Eiffel fielded two cars for much of the 2016 GEARS season, which saw some promise translated into few results. A crash for Woollard and a disconnection for Heatlie saw the team pointless at Abu Dhabi, whilst a crash with jims709 saw Woollard warned for his driving at Bathurst. Suzuka did not suit the car particularly well, whilst the straights of Aragon produced a slight headache. Spa provided a strong result however, with Woollard and Heatlie bringing their cars home fourth and fifth non-respectively in a race of attrition. Timing issues restricted Eiffel to just one car at Sebring and at Mexico, where Heatlie scored solid points. The final round at Interlagos saw the team finish with a sixth and an eighth.

Season 19: Hyper Brazilian Tourismo Mestres

S19: Hyper Brazilian Tourismo Mestres
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Drivers Scotland Neil Heatlie
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 13/13
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 8th

The HBTM season marked the first full main series season where Eiffel entered two cars, with Heatlie and Woollard taking to the track in yin and yang-inspired liveries. The season started off very slowly for both, as they got to grips with their new equipment. However by the second round at Jacarepagua, Heatlie had points on the board. Woollard followed this up with his first points at the double points round at Buenos Aires. Heatlie would go on to score in nine consecutive races whilst Woollard would score in the final six, but it was clear that Eiffel slipped down the order somewhat. There were a couple of incidents on track as well, notably at Salvador as Heatlie carelessly took his team mate out. Regardless, Eiffel managed eighth in the teams' championship.

Season R1: Realish Rally Championship

R1: Realish Rally Championship - Drivers' Champion
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Drivers Scotland Neil Heatlie
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Rallies Entered 6/6
Wins 3
Podiums 4
Result 2nd

Eiffel had a strong end to a slow start in the inaugural Realish Rally Championship. Heatlie partnered Woollard in separate cars but it was the Scottish driver who had the strongest run to date for an Eiffel Power driver, notching up three wins in the final four rallies. With that, he somehow became the inaugural Realish Rally Champion. Woollard's form was poor however, finishing last in all of the rallies he finished except for the final one, where he finished second-last. Woollard's inability to bring strong results meant that Eiffel narrowly missed out on the Teams' Championship to Priority 1 Motorsport.

Special Event 52: Bon Anniversaire! Cinq

SE52: Bon Anniversaire! Cinq - Winner
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Drivers Scotland Neil Heatlie
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
United Kingdom Kyran Parkin
Races Entered 1/1
Wins 1
Podiums 1
Result DNF
D/C
1st

Bon Anniversaire! Cinq marked the first time in 2016 where three Eiffel Powers started the race. Newcomer Kyran Parkin secured a historic win for Eiffel Power in the special event. Fortunes were not so good for Woollard or Heatlie however, with the former having issues beyond control and the latter withdrawing from the event.

Season 20: CruddyCar World Series

S20: CruddyCar World Series
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Drivers United Kingdom Craig Woollard
United Kingdom Kyran Parkin
Races Entered 10/10
Wins 1
Podiums 2
Result 3rd

The CruddyCar World Series saw Eiffel run newcomer Kyran Parkin to replace Heatlie, who left the team after forgetting to actually mention that he intended to drive in the series. Woollard ran alone for the first two races, crashing at St. Petersburg and having no pace at Barber. A strong fourth and fifth was the reward at Pocono, having run well for much of the race. Long Beach saw much success however, with Parkin decimating the field. Woollard would finish fifth, despite crashing. Parkin finished second at Road Atlanta after controversial contact with Mr Flobadob whilst Woollard crashed again, this time pursuing DanThorn. Woollard disconnected from Mid Ohio whilst Parkin could only manage seventh, before the streets of San Jose provided another dismal result after a crash between the two drivers. Things did not improve at Charlotte, as both drivers would crash in the race - Parkin terminally, Woollard nursing a car to come home a disappointing fifth from a front row lockout. The team managed fifth and sixth at Watkins Glen, securing third in the championship ahead of Kaibutsu Racing and the Scottish National Party.

Special Event 53: Merry Crashmas 6: Rudolph's Raffle

SE53: Merry Crashmas 6: Rudolph's Raffle
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Drivers United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 6/6
Wins 0
Podiums 1
Result 8th

This was rather messy. A lot of rum was consumed, and Woollard deliberately hit former team mate Heatlie several times throughout the night. There was a random podium despite not completing a single lap though.

Special Event 54: Realish Revival

SE54: Realish Revival
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Drivers United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 3/3
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 16th

Eiffel turned up with a single entry for the Realish Revival, which opened the year. In an underpowered Alpine A110, Woollard failed to score any points, and finished well down the order.

Season 21: Realish Racing Touring Car Championship 3

S21: Realish Racing Touring Car Championship 3
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Drivers Scotland Sam Hill
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 16/16
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 11th

For the third touring car championship in Realish history, Sam Hill joined Woollard at Eiffel. The two decided to race a pair of BMW F30s. Unfortunately, the season did not go well for Eiffel. Woollard struggled to get to grips with the nuances of the car, and did not deliver any significant points finishes until the penultimate round of the season.

Despite a strong showing at Pau, a number of non-shows from Hill meant that Eiffel slipped far behind chief rivals Kaibutsu in the championship.

Season G4: 2017 Grand Endurance Auto Racing Series

SG4: 2017 Grand Endurance Auto Racing Series
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Drivers Scotland Sam Hill
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 4/5
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result

In addition to RRTCC3, Hill was signed up to race for Eiffel in the GEARS championship as well. However, the Scottish driver made just one appearance all season, which was at Silverstone.

Woollard struggled with the car initially, before making progress as the season neared its conclusion. A few results were also thrown away, such as a strong finish at Magny-Cours and after being wiped out at the start at Spa by Kosumo.

Special Event 55: De Nederlandse Regen Meester Trofee

SE55: De Nederlandse Regen Meester Trofee
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Drivers United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 3/3
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 8th

Woollard was the single entry at Realish’s first foray into rFactor 2. After being wiped out in the first race, he narrowly missed out on a podium in the second race before consolidating a strong points position in the third and final race.

Special Event 56: Coppa di Corsa Formula Italiana

SE56: Coppa di Corsa Formula Italiana
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Drivers United Kingdom Craig Woollard
United Kingdom William Walker
Races Entered 2/2
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 10th
12th

The first special event devised by Woollard was his own retro Formula 1-style event, held at the original Imola layout. Zephyr joined Woollard for this event. However, the performance from both drivers was not worth shouting about, and neither driver scored points.

Special Event 57: Cruddy Six

SE57: Cruddy Six
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Drivers Tyne and Wear Joshua Anderson
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
United Kingdom William Walker
Races Entered 1/1
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result DNF
DNF
9th

In addition to Woollard and Walker, Kosumo joined Eiffel for a one-off appearance in the annual Cruddy event. Anderson blew his engine early on in the race, while Woollard was eliminated early on in an accident after a restart. Walker, however, finished a credible ninth place after starting 14th.

Special Event 58: Berlingo Bingo

SE58: Berlingo Bingo
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Drivers United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 6/6
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result DSQ

DISQUALIFIED.

Special Event 59: Bon Anniversaire! Six

SE59: Bon Cinquième Anniversaire!
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Drivers United Kingdom William Walker
United Kingdom Chris Williamson
Races Entered 1/1
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 5th
4th

Walker was joined by Chris Williamson for the annual Bon Anniversaire event, with both drivers in ByKolles-themed liveries. The pair circulated for the duration of the event, coming home last of the LMP1s in fourth and fifth.

Season 22: Nihon Tour Classic

S22: Nihon Tour Classic
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Drivers United Kingdom Mike Bell
United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 16/16
Wins 5
Podiums 8
Result 2nd

Ahead of the final round of the Touring Car Championship, Eiffel made the shocking announcement that Mike Bell would be replacing Sam Hill at the team for the Nihon Tour Classic. This would be the first time that an Eiffel driver would bear the number 1.

Bell missed the first round at Autopolis due to an injury sustained in real-life racing, and that injury lingered through to Tsukuba. Meanwhile, Woollard endured a tricky time at Autopolis, after being handed a time penalty for a forceful overtake on Lin1876, before being torpedoed by Kyran Parkin on the first lap of the feature race.

The two drivers were evenly matched in qualifying at Tsukuba, but Bell was more clinical in making up positions, while Woollard found himself taking out JayCoops early in the feature race.

Bell secured Eiffel’s first double victory at Twin Ring Motegi, after a crushing display. Woollard fought hard with jims709 in the sprint race, before spinning off in the second race.

Woollard’s driving came under scrutiny at Okayama, following strong battles with Lazaros Filippakos, Wallis and tonyandmargaret. Bell also had a tricky night at the former grand prix venue, and felt as if he “threw away two easy wins” on the night.

However, Bell fought back to keep his championship hopes alive at the narrow Sportland SUGO track with another double win, despite receiving a major sanction for a collision with Heatlie. Woollard had a night which included a roll in qualifying, another roll in the race, a warning and being forced off the track multiple times.

Things fell apart at Suzuka for Bell’s championship hopes. A controversial collision with Parkin in the sprint race, in which Bell felt hard done by considering the events of the previous round. In addition, two collisions caused by Mosaegir completely derailed Bell’s feature race. Meanwhile, off-track stories meant that Woollard’s head was not in the right place for the night race, and managed to jump the start from pole in the feature race, having recovered to 10th from last on the grid after a qualifying mistake.

A continuation of the off-track issues meant that Woollard missed Laguna Seca, while another real-world racing event resulted in Bell missing the final qualifying of the season. Regardless, Eiffel secured second in the teams' championship.

Complete Results

Qualifying Results

Not all Realish Racing events feature qualifying.

Season Series Driver Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
RaceProLogo.png G2 2014-15 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series BAT SEP KYA INT MOS NUR
United Kingdom Craig Woollard United Kingdom Aston Martin DBRS9 10 12 10
United Kingdom Ben Cooper 7 6
RaceProLogo.png PC-4 V8 Australicars HIV SMP
Q1
SMP
Q2
BAT ADE
Q1
ADE
Q2
ABP BRG CTA SFP
Q1
SFP
Q2
United Kingdom Craig Woollard Australia Ford Falcon FG2 13 16 13 14 18 D/C 12 13 12 9
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png 17 Lotus Elise Anniversary Series BRH NUR TSK MAT MNZ SIL MID
Spain Don Patch United Kingdom Lotus Elise Race Car '96 3 4 7 7 5
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 2 5 2 8 1 9
RaceProLogo.png PC-5 British Sports Prototype Cup DON CMB OUL MND CAD KNO ROC BRA
Scotland Neil Heatlie United Kingdom Radical SR4 190 14 7 9 11 4 7 7
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 19 18 12 13 10 9 11
Stock Car Extreme logo.png G3 2016 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series ABU BAT SUZ ARA SPA SEB MEX INT
Scotland Neil Heatlie Germany Porsche 997 GT3 9 9 9 7 6 4 3 5
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 16 12 11 12 12 10
Stock Car Extreme logo.png 19 Hyper Brazilian Tourismo Mestres CAM JAC BUE CAS MON LON SAL INT
Scotland Neil Heatlie Brazil Peugeot 408 V8 21 16 9 9 8 9 8 10
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 23 20 13 15 14 14 11 14
Stock Car Extreme logo.png 20 CruddyCar World Series STP ALA POC LBH ATL PHX MDO SJE CHA WGL
United Kingdom Craig Woollard United States of America Swift 009c 11 11 8 6 6 8 5 8 2 7
United Kingdom Kyran Parkin 3 1 2 2 2 7 1 6
Automobilista logo.png 21 Realish Racing Touring Car Championship 3 MUG PAU VIR GOI PUK OKA NUR BRA
Scotland Sam Hill Germany BMW 3 Series F30 12 19 12 18
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 13 15 18 14 15 11 9 8
Automobilista logo.png G4 2017 Grand Endurance Auto Racing Series SIL MON RED MAG SPA ALG
Scotland Sam Hill France Renault RS01 19
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 11 10 5 6
Automobilista logo.png 22 Nihon Tour Classic AUT TSU MOT OKA SUG SUZ LAG FUJ
United Kingdom Mike Bell Japan/United States of America Toyota Celica ST162 GTO 3 2 6 2 1 2 14
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 7 4 8 7 15 16 9

Series & Championships

Series and championship results tables go here.

Season Series Driver Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Pos Points
RaceProLogo.png G2 2014-15 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series BAT SEP KYA INT MOS NUR
United Kingdom Craig Woollard AM 10 12 9 20th 3
United Kingdom Ben Cooper PRO 7 7 15th 8
RaceProLogo.png PC-4 V8 Australicars HIV
R1
HIV
R2
SMP
Fea
SMP
Spr
BAT
End
ADE
Fea
ADE
Spr
ABP
R1
ABP
R2
BRG
End
CTA
R1
CTA
R2
SFP
Fea
SFP
Spr
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 11 8 18 17 14 15 14 12 9 9 11 11 11th 21
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png 17 Lotus Elise Anniversary Series BRH
Fea
DFR
Spr
GVS
SS
NUR
End
TSU
Fea
LAG
Spr
MON
SS
MAT
Fea
WIL
Spr
CAP
SS
MON
Fea
IND
Spr
LON
SS
SIL
Fea
SIE
Spr
RBR
SS
MID
Fea
CAP
Spr
BRH
SS
Spain Don Patch 5 D/C 4 7 8 8 9 3 9 1 9 9 9 8 3rd 178
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 4 4 5 4 5 3 7 7 3 4 6 6 2 4 5 5 5 6
RaceProLogo.png PC-5 British Sports Prototype Cup DON
R1
DON
R2
CMB
R1
CMB
R2
OUL
R1
OUL
R2
MND
R1
MND
R2
CAD
R1
CAD
R2
KNO
R1
KNO
R2
ROC
R1
ROC
R2
BRA
R1
BRA
R2
Scotland Neil Heatlie R 19 14 11 5 16 21 7 10 7 7 7 6 8 4 6th 90
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 15 18 12 13 10 8 9 8 10 9 14 12 14 8
Stock Car Extreme logo.png G3 2016 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series ABU BAT SUZ ARA SPA SEB MEX INT
Scotland Neil Heatlie D/C 6 9 8 4 6 4 6 5th 68
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 13 13 11 10 5 8
Stock Car Extreme logo.png 19 Hyper Brazilian Tourismo Mestres CAM
R1
CAM
R2
JAC
R1
JAC
R2
BUE
End
CAS
R1
CAS
R2
MON
End
LON
R1
LON
R2
SAL
R1
SAL
R2
INT
End
Scotland Neil Heatlie 17 14 15 10 9 10 8 9 9 10 8 9 13 8th 65
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 23 23 20 DNF 10 DNF 13 12 11 12 10 8 10
Dirt Rally Logo Black.png R1 Realish Rally Championship MON SWE FIN GER GRE WAL
Scotland Neil Heatlie 6 6 1 3 1 1 2nd 101
United Kingdom Craig Woollard DNF 12 7 9 DNF 9
Stock Car Extreme logo.png 20 CruddyCar World Series STP ALA POC LBH ATL PHX MDO SJE CHA WGL
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 10 10 5 5 DNF 5 D/C 6 5 5 3rd 116
United Kingdom Kyran Parkin N 4 1 2 DNF 7 8 DNF 6
Automobilista logo.png 21 Realish Racing Touring Car Championship 3 MUG
R1
MUG
R2
PAU
R1
PAU
R2
VIR
R1
VIR
R2
GOI
R1
GOI
R2
PUK
R1
PUK
R2
OKA
R1
OKA
R2
NUR
R1
NUR
R2
BRA
R1
BRA
R2
Scotland Sam Hill 5 8 DNF 12 14 13 D/C DNF 11th 26
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 21 12 17 13 DNF 14 15 16 13 12 14 DNF 7 11 11 13
Automobilista logo.png G4 2017 Grand Endurance Auto Racing Series SIL MON RED MAG SPA ALG
Scotland Sam Hill DNF
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 12 8 DNF 7
Automobilista logo.png 22 Nihon Tour Classic AUT
Spr
AUT
Fea
TSU
Spr
TSU
Fea
MOT
Spr
MOT
Fea
OKA
Spr
OKA
Fea
SUG
Spr
SUG
Fea
SUZ
Spr
SUZ
Fea
LAG
Spr
LAG
Fea
FUJ
Spr
FUJ
Fea
United Kingdom Mike Bell 3 5 1 1 4 6 1 1 2 15 1 3 6 6 2nd 330
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 9 13 9 12 11 8 9 8 14 9 10 6 9 7

Results Key
Bold - Pole Position
Italics - Fastest Lap
(Brackets) - Dropped Scores
* Season in Progress

Note: the final round of the Hyper Brazilian Tourismo Mestres was scheduled for 36 laps, but the race was abandoned before 75% distance was reached. Half points (i.e. normal points as it was scheduled as a double points race) were awarded.

Special Events

Special Event Driver Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Pos Points
RaceProLogo.png SE35 Kimster's Grotty Crashmas Grotto MUL MUL MUL MUL MUL MUL MUL 7th 2100
United Kingdom Craig Woollard Sweden Volvo 850 11 9 3 4 13 7 13
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png SE36 MmmKei MAD MAD MRO AUR 5th 24
United Kingdom Craig Woollard Japan Suzuki Cappuccino (EA21R) '95 7 6 3 5
RaceProLogo.png SE40 Cruddy Comes to Corby ROC ROC
Scotland Neil Heatlie United Kingdom Lola B02/00-Ford 4 9
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 16 20
RaceProLogo.png SE42 Bon Quatrième Anniversaire! LEM LEM
Scotland Neil Heatlie United States of America HPD ARx-03c 18 (12) DNF
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 13 (8) 16 (11)
Raceroom racing experience logo.png SE43 Realish Racing RaceRoom Racing Experience RRR RRR ALG ALG 7th 5
United Kingdom Craig Woollard United States of America Saleen S7-R GT1 7 7
France Canhard R52 9 6
Assetto Corsa logo.png SE44 Formula R Barth MON MON MON MON 4th 7
Scotland Neil Heatlie Italy Tatuus FA010 8 5 11 6
RaceProLogo.png SE45 Realish Racing Touring Car Championship Classic CRO CRO
United Kingdom Craig Woollard United Kingdom #98 John Cleland Vauxhall Vectra 9 DNF
Stock Car Extreme logo.png SE46 Troféu RlyR Extremo do Spielberg RBR RBR RBR RBR RBR RBR
Scotland Neil Heatlie BrazilFormula Vee
Japan Mitsubishi Lancer
Brazil Peugeot 408 V8
3 5 4 4 5 3 3rd 21
United Kingdom Chris Eagle 5 7 5 5 2 5 7th 14
Stock Car Extreme logo.png SE47 GEARS World Cup MAC MAC MAC
Scotland Neil Heatlie United Kingdom Ginetta G55 11 7 11 8th 8
United Kingdom Chris Eagle 8 10 6 7th 10
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 12 DNF 8 11th 5
Next car game wreckfest logo.png SE48 Merry Crashmas: Five Gold Rings - Banger Racing TA1 SA1 STA GR1 SP2 SA2 SP1
Scotland Neil Heatlie Europe European 1 10 3 4 8 5 9 4 6th 2899
United Kingdom Craig Woollard United States of America American 2 6 8 8 9 6 11 8 9th 2000
Merry Crashmas: Five Gold Rings - Destruction Derby STA MUD SPE
Scotland Neil Heatlie Europe European 1 10 5 3
United Kingdom Craig Woollard United States of America American 2 1 1 10
Merry Crashmas: Five Gold Rings - Lawn Mower Derby LAW
Scotland Neil Heatlie Finland Lawn Mower 9
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 4
Stock Car Extreme logo.png SE49 Formula MEME JAC JAC IMO MON OST
Scotland Neil Heatlie France Eiffel P00-Renault 12 11 10 6 DNS 10th 1
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 20 DNF 15 11 7 13th 0
Stock Car Extreme logo.png SE52 Bon Anniversaire! Cinq LEM LEM
Scotland Neil Heatlie France Oreca R-One 8 DNF
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 9 D/C
United Kingdom Kyran Parkin 2 1
Next car game wreckfest logo.png SE53 Merry Crashmas 6: Rudolph's Raffle - Banger Racing MI3 GR1 TA2 FI8 MI1 SA3
United Kingdom Craig Woollard United States of America American 2 14 9 2 6 11 11 8th* 1797*
Merry Crashmas 6: Rudolph's Raffle - Destruction Derby STA SST SPE LAW
United Kingdom Craig Woollard United States of America American 2 7 12 6 DNP 7th 0
Merry Crashmas 6: Rudolph's Raffle - School Bus Derby MUD
United Kingdom Craig Woollard United States of America School Bus 13
Automobilista logo.png SE54 Realish Revival GOO GOO GOO GOO 16th 0
United Kingdom Craig Woollard France Alpine A110 16 13 15 15
RFactor2 Logo.png SE55 De Nederlandse Regen Meester Trofee ZAN ZAN ZAN ZAN 8th 15
United Kingdom Craig Woollard United Kingdom Williams JPH1 10 DNF 4 8
Automobilista logo.png SE56 Coppa di Corsa Formula Italiana IMO IMO IMO
United Kingdom Craig Woollard France Eiffel-Matra MS120E 10 9 10 10th 0
United Kingdom William Walker 13 DNF 9 12th 0
Automobilista logo.png SE57 Cruddy Six IND IND
Tyne and Wear Joshua Anderson United States of America Penske PC-27 11 14
United Kingdom Craig Woollard 8 12
United Kingdom William Walker 14 9
Automobilista logo.png SE58 Berlingo Bingo MUL MUL MUL MUL MUL MUL MUL DSQ DSQ
United Kingdom Craig Woollard France Citroen Berlingo DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ
Automobilista logo.png SE59 Bon Anniversaire! Six LEM LEM
United Kingdom William Walker United Kingdom Lola B12 8 5
United Kingdom Chris Williamson 7 4
RFactor2 Logo.png SE60 Abarth Racing: Scottish Edition KNO KNO KNO KNO
United Kingdom Craig Woollard Italy Fiat Abarth 595 AC
  • * The sixth Crashmas used a raffle points system, in addition to having points deducted whenever tonyandmargaret led a lap. Because reasons.

Trivia

  • Eiffel Power is the most successful French team in Realish Racing history.
  • Both Woollard and Heatlie were in the top three of the ‘best beard’ category in the end-of-year awards for 2015
  • Having a black front bumper has been a tradition ever since V8 Australicars, after commentators TomBrooks and icthyes were confused as to whether Woollard had his bumper or not at Hidden Valley.
  • Eiffel Power's fierce rivalry with Kaibutsu Racing may have originated due to the ongoing qualifying duel between Craighypheno and Lin1876, however claims that these battles are as exciting as the ones between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton are supposedly untrue.
  • Oddly, Eiffel Power has no affiliation with Eiffel Power, which focuses on erectial dysfunction.
  • The status of Eiffel Power's ability to retain drivers for more than a season was questioned after the CruddyCar World Series, as thanks to the Homewrecker, no driver was left at the team heading into Christmas.