New Season

This year saw the culling of our American drivers from FSR. This is because FSR administration have moved the start of the FSR PRO league to a time that just isn't plausible for our American brothers to race at.

This year we see the following drivers join us in FSR

  • Thomas Lenz
  • Michael Wilson
  • Roemer Tissingh
  • David Santos

As well as FSR, Breslin GP will also be competing in VEC, P1 and SRCA which will see us racing up to a full 24 hour period. Talk about endurance racing!

Mid point in the season

Well, the summer break is almost over and the first half of the season has been a troubled time for Breslin Grand Prix. We have lost several drivers to other teams, including one of our founding members Mark Hutchinson. However, we think this may have ultimately been a positive for the team as we've had several new members added to the team since then. 

So far the season has been a good success for the Breslin Grand Prix teams, both teams have scored respectable points and both teams have suffered some unfortunate accidents that robbed us of major points hauls. That is the nature of motorsports though, you have to take the bad with the good and hope the good outweighs the bad. If the rest of the season continues like this, we should have a good end of year report

A new year, a new start

Now that we're at the end of January, the sim racing year of 2017 has already begun with the FSR Winter Series kicking off into its third round already. You may have noticed that Breslin Grand Prix has been absent from these events. This isn't because we've thrown in the towel on sim racing, it's because we've been marshaling our forces and strengths for the forthcoming FSR Pro season.

As such we've had to say goodbye to our Ace team from last year and we wish Dylan and Wojtek the best of luck. Instead, we will have two teams in PRO. Our first team will run under the Breslin Grand Prix, while the second team will run with the name Toro Bresso.