Scuderia Mexicana

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Mexico Scuderia Mexicana (SMX)
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Founder UTurn73
Base Mexico Mexico
Racing Colours
Notable Games Forza4Logo.png RaceProLogo.png
Notable Drivers Mexico SMX uTurn73
United States of America SMX V8
Mexico Manuel de Samaniego
Race Starts 27
Championships Won 0
Special Events Won 0
Race Wins 1
Podiums 3
Pole Positions 1
Fastest Laps 1

Scuderia Mexicana is a Central American-based team, the second to enter official Really Rubbish Racing competition after Tropico Motorsports. The team was founded by driver Mexico SMX uTurn73 and entered the Nihon Tour and SECS along with the Clio Cup and FART support series, before disappearing from the scene.

The team was revived over a year later by Mexican driver MDSP, entering the International Masters of Formula R 2.0.

History

Having entered the Nihon Tour last in the season, the only race for sole driver UTurn ended a pointless 18th. Results were better in the 2 Clio Cup support series races with 2 top 10 finishes.

For their second season, the Seat European Cup Series, American driver SMX V8 joined the team to make an assault on the teams' championship. After 3 top 10 finishes, SMXV8 left the club in a fit of rage when he nudged Smifaye off the circuit in the Catalunya sprint race and refused to give the position back. UTurn saw out most of the remainder of the season, picking up points at many races, including a podium in the Mugello sprint race. Both drivers also competed in the 7 FART support series races, SMX V8 for the first race and UTurn for the first 6, scoring points in each.

With his brash American team mate gone, UTurn retired from Really Rubbish Racing at the end of the SECS season.

In late 2014, the team was revived by Mexican newcomer MDSP when he entered the International Masters of Formula R 2.0 season. Initially without a team, he decided to take the dormant Scuderia Mexicana under his wing. Two top 10 finishes in his first 2 races at the Nurburgring were followed by a brilliant second place and then a victory next time out at Road America, as well as taking pole and a fastest lap, Scuderia Mexicana's best results to date. The team ultimately finished 2nd in the Independent Trophy standings having been the highest placed independent entry in every race they entered.

Complete Results

Series & Championships

2012/13

Season Series Driver 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Pos Points
8 Nihon Tour SUZ
Fea
SUZ
Spr
MOT
Fea
MOT
Spr
IBR
Fea
IBR
Spr
LAG
Fea
LAG
Spr
TSU
Fea
TSU
Spr
SUZ
Fea
SUZ
Spr
MOT
Fea
MOT
Spr
20th 0
Mexico SMX uTurn73 18
8S Clio Cup SUZ LAD IBR MAP TSU SUZ MOT n/a 34
Mexico SMX uTurn73 7 6
9 SECS HOC
Fea
HOC
Spr
CAT
Fea
CAT
Spr
SIL
Fea
SIL
Spr
MUG
Fea
MUG
Spr
CAM
Fea
CAM
Spr
SEB
Fea
SEB
Spr
NUR
Fea
NUR
Spr
8th 82
United States of America SMX V8 8 10 5 DNF
Mexico SMX uTurn73 14 14 14 9 19 11 15 3 12 13
9S FART HOC CAT SIL MUG CAM SEB NUR n/a 43
United States of America SMX V8 20
Mexico SMX uTurn73 14 15 17 10 8

2014/15

Season Series Driver 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Pos Points
PC-3* IMFR*
Independent Trophy
ALG ALG EST EST MAG MAG VAR VAR NUR NUR AMR AMR OKA OKA CUR CUR 2nd 48
Mexico Manuel de Samaniego 10 7 2 1 4 5 9 9

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

Special Events

Special event results tables go here.