Adrian Quaife-Hobbs

Adrian Quaife - Hobbs ( born February 3, 1991, Pembury, Kent ) is a British racing driver. He won the 2012 Auto GP World Series. Since 2013 he start in the GP2 series.


Quaife - Hobbs began his motorsport career in 2002 in karting, where he was active until 2004. In 2005 he moved into the T -Cars - series in which racers aged 14 to 17 sedans were on the road, and won the championship of the regular series and the Fall Championship. In 2006, he was a half season with the T Cars and finished this year in ninth place overall. 2007 moved Quaife - Hobbs to Formula racing and focused on his involvement in the British Formula BMW, which he finished in tenth place overall. He also competed in several races of the Formula Renault 2.0 Euro Cup and in the northern European Formula Renault.

2008 moved Quaife - Hobbs in the Italian Formula Renault and finished the season with a victory on the fourth place in the drivers' standings. He also appeared in the Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup and finished on the 25th place overall in this series. 2009 saw Quaife - Hobbs to Moto Park Academy and joined two tracks in the Northern European Formula Renault and Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup. In both series, he won a race and finished fourth overall.

2010 remained Quaife - Hobbs initially at Moto Park Academy and competed in the Formula 3 Euro Series. Already after the second race weekends he left the Formula 3 Euro Series and finished the season 13th overall. Quaife - Hobbs opted for a change in the GP3 Series where he competed for Manor Racing 2010. He achieved a third place as best result, finishing in 15th place overall. 2011 remained Quaife - Hobbs at Manor Racing in GP3 Series. He decided his first GP3 race for himself and finished the season as the best pilot of his team in fifth place, the driver rating. Since he was the best pilot Manor, he was allowed to reward Formula 1 test drive the Manor affiliated Virgin team for which he had already carried out aerodynamic tests completed.

2012 moved Quaife - Hobbs for Super Nova International in the Auto GP World Series. After the 10th of 14 races he just stood in a race, which he finished in fourth place, not on the podium and he had scored four out of five pole positions. In Monza, Valencia and Mogyoród he won a race each. When race weekend in Portimão, he scored the pole position in qualifying, won both races and finished both races the fastest lap. He scored the maximum possible number of points on a weekend. Quaife - Hobbs was already in front of the end of the season are the winners of the championship. With 221 to 183 points he won against Pål Varhaug. In addition, Quaife - Hobbs decided the U21 drivers' championship for themselves.

2013 received Quaife - Hobbs a cockpit in the GP2 series with MP Motorsport, a team that was new got into the series. During the sprint race in Monte Carlo, he scored his first podium placement with a second place. After the sixth event in the series, he moved to Hilmer motor sport clearly were on the date of the change before MP Motorsport. Already in the second race weekend for the new team went Quaife - Hobbs in the sprint race with a third place on the podium. At the next event in Monza he won the sprint races and scored his first GP2 victory. With three podium finishes ended Quaife - Hobbs the season in 13th place overall. 2014 received Quaife - Hobbs in the GP2 series a cockpit at Rapax.


Career stations

  • 2002-2004: Karting
  • 2005: Cars ( Master )
  • 2005: Cars, autumn series (Master)
  • 2006: Cars ( 9th place)
  • 2007: British Formula BMW ( # 10 )
  • 2007: North European Formula Renault ( 18th place)
  • 2007: Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup ( 18th place)
  • 2008: Italian Formula Renault (4th place )
  • 2008: Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup ( 25th place )
  • 2008: Portuguese Formula Renault Winter Series ( 6th place)
  • 2009: Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup (4th place )
  • 2009: North European Formula Renault (4th place )
  • 2010: Formula 3 Euro Series (No. 13)
  • 2010: GP3 Series ( No. 15 )
  • 2011: GP3 Series ( 5th place)
  • 2012: Auto GP (Master)
  • 2013: GP2 Series (No. 13)
  • 2014: GP2 Series

Individual results in the GP3 Series

Individual results in the GP2 Series