After laying solid foundations in Karting, Jonny Adam graduated to the Formula Ford Zetec Championship in 2003 before making a mark in ‘tin-tops’, winning the 2005 Renault UK Clio Cup and two consecutive SEAT Cupra Cup titles in 2007 and 2008 before making his debut in the British Touring Car Championship.
The Camberley resident who originally hails from Kirkcaldy in Scotland then switched his focus to GT racing and he has achieved a great deal of success as an official Aston Martin Racing factory driver.
Adam, who has appeared in the Spa 24 Hours and FIA World Endurance Championship, started notching up race wins and podium finishes in his first season in the Avon Tyres British GT Championship and the experienced Scotsman will lead TF Sport’s 2016 attack as a double title winner and the reigning British GT Champion, having reached the top in 2013 and 2015.
2016: British GT CHAMPION as teammate to Derek Johnston at TF Sport. FIA World Endurance Championship appearances with Aston Martin Racing, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans, were dovetailed with a Blancpain Endurance Series campaign.
2015: British GT CHAMPION.
2014: Finished fifth in the British GT Championship with one race win to his name. Runner up in the Baku World Challenge and the Allan Simonsen award trophy winner.
2013: British GT CHAMPION. Entered the Spa 24 Hours and appeared in the Shanghai and Fuji rounds of the FIA World Endurance Championship with Aston Martin Racing.
2012: Finished eighth in the British GT Championship after achieving the first ever race win for the Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 and two additional podium finishes. An entry in the Spa 24 Hours was dovetailed with an outing in the FIA World Endurance Championship at Silverstone, where he finished fifth in the Pro-Am class.
2011: Achieved two race wins and four podium finishes en route to fifth in the overall British GT Championship standings.
2010: A guest drive in a Ginetta G50 at Knockhill yielded a pole position, fastest lap and race win.
2009: Finished his maiden season in the British Touring Car Championship as the top rookie in eighth overall.
2008: SEAT Cupra CHAMPION with nine race wins.
2007: SEAT Cupra CHAMPION with nine race wins.
2006: Finished third overall with two race wins to his name in the SEAT Cupra Championship.
2005: Renault UK Clio Cup CHAMPION with 11 race wins.
2004: Renault Clio Cup Winter Series CHAMPION. Finished third with six race wins in the Renault UK Clio Cup.
2003: Finished third in Scottish Formula Ford Zetec with two race wins, while also making sporadic outings in the Formula Renault UK Championship.
1998-1999: Scottish Kart CHAMPION.
Opening his motorsport account in 2007, Derek Johnston’s first competitive race was behind the wheel of a Radical SR8 in the Radical UK Cup series, where he finished second in class and overall, before going on to claim back-to-back titles.
Johnston, who manages his own steel decking company, SteelDecking UK, made a successful transition to GT racing when a spell in the Ferrari Challenge acted as a precursor to race wins in the Ferrari 458 Challenge and a GT Cup title in 2012.
However, Johnston continued gathering momentum when he stepped up to the British GT Championship and the Newcastle-born gent raced to the 2016 Teams' and Drivers' titles as teammate to triple Champion Jonny Adam in a TF Sport-prepared Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3.
2016: British GT CHAMPION as teammate to Jonny Adam at TF Sport.
2015: British GT Championship race winner and podium finisher. Led home a TF Sport one-two in the season finale at Donington Park.
2014: British GT podium finisher.
2013: British GT Championship.
2012: GT Cup class and overall CHAMPION.
2011: Pirelli Ferrari Open class CHAMPION.
2010: Finished tenth in the Rolex 24 at Daytona. Also finished third in class in the Radical UK Cup. Fun Cup World Cup petrol class CHAMPION.
2009: Class and overall Radical UK Cup CHAMPION.
2008: Radical UK Cup CHAMPION.
2007: Second in class and overall in Radical UK Cup
Jon Barnes is a rapid racing driver from Southampton who has won practically every championship entered during a career that spans two decades.
Barnes made an instant splash by reaching the podium on his car racing debut in the 2001 ‘Plum Pudding’ open meeting at Mallory Park, which marked the beginning of a long and highly successful stint in Caterhams.
He was recognised as a BRDC Rising Star after winning the 2004 Autosport Caterham Eurocup and finishing second in the Powertrain Caterham R400 Challenge that same year and he retained his ‘Rising Star’ status in 2005 when he was crowned the Cosworth Caterham Masters Champion, which preceded titles in the 2006 Formula Palmer Audi and 2008 British GT Championships.
2016: Achieved a race win in the British GT Championship's 'flyaway' at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps with Mark Farmer.
2015: British GT Championship.
2008: British GT CHAMPION with four race wins and eight podium finishes to his name. Received a nomination for the Autosport Club Driver of the Year Award.
2007: Achieved a podium finish during a partial Porsche Carrera Cup GB campaign.
2006: Formula Palmer Audi CHAMPION with a record-breaking seven successive race wins and a record points haul, to be named as a finalist for the McLaren Autosport Young Driver of the Year and Club Driver of the Year Awards.
2005: Cosworth Caterham Masters CHAMPION with six race wins, five pole positions and two fastest laps, to retain his BRDC Rising Star status.
2004: Autosport Caterham Eurocup CHAMPION after achieving five race wins and finishing every round on the podium. Powertrain Caterham R400 Vice-Champion with two race wins and six podium finishes. Recognised as a BRDC Rising Star for his performances.
2003: Achieved two podium finishes and one pole position in the Caterham R400 Challenge, won the Autosport Caterham Eurocup season-opener at the Nürburgring and the Caterham European Trophy race at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps.
2002: Finished on the podium in 13 of 14 Caterham Super Graduates races to end the season as Vice-Champion. Achieved two podium finishes on his Autosport Caterham Eurocup debut at the Nürburgring
2001: Achieved pole position, a podium finish and the fastest lap on his car racing debut in the ‘Plum Pudding’ open meeting at Mallory Park with a Caterham Super Sport.
1997-2001: Karting. Junior and Senior TKM British Super 1 Karting Championships
Mark Farmer, a resident of Bath, raced motorcycles at regional and national levels as a young man, but took the decision to switch to four wheels after sustaining one too many injuries.
The Venture Capitalist made his car racing debut in a Caterham in 2012 and broke his podium finishes duck at the 2014 Estoril Racing Festival in Portugal with a Caterham R300 against a younger, but more experienced field of drivers, before stepping up to the British GT Championship with tutelage from Jon Barnes.
2016: Broke his British GT race wins duck as teammate to Jon Barnes in a TF Sport-prepared Aston Martin.
2015: Achieved a podium finish in the British GT Championship’s annual visit to Snetterton, as well as a win in the Aston Martin Le Mans Festival GT3 Invitational.
2014: Achieved a podium finish in the 2014 Estoril Racing Festival, entered alongside a full Caterham Superlight R300 Championship campaign.
Euan Hankey is one of Britain’s most talented young racing drivers and a well-respected driver coach, and a prolific karting career preceded lucrative campaigns in categories like Formula BMW, Formula 3 Euro Series, Formula Renault UK, Porsche Carrera Cup GB and the British GT Championship.
The BRDC Rising Star from Somerset has several accolades to his name. A winner of the Formula BMW and Porsche Carrera Cup Scholarships, Hankey was named the BARC Rookie of the Year and crowned Formula BMW Rookie Champion, but most recently took TF Sport to the Michelin GT3 Le Mans Cup Teams' title as teammate to Turkey's Salih Yoluc.
2016: Took TF Sport to the inaugural Michelin GT3 Le Mans Cup Teams' title to earn a coveted entry to the 2017 24 Hours of Le Mans.
2015: Achieved two race wins in the International GT Open at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps and Monza. Finished fifth on his European Le Mans Series debut at Circuito do Estoril.
2011: Achieved five race wins, 11 podium finishes and three pole positions during a second full Porsche Carrera Cup GB campaign.
2010: Porsche Carrera Cup GB Scholarship winner, achieving nine podium finishes and one pole position to complete the season as the top rookie.
2009: Contested three rounds of Formula Renault UK and finished in the top four twice.
2007-2008: Completed a partial Formula 3 Euro Series campaign and a British Touring Car Championship test programme while studying at university.
2006: Formula BMW Scholarship winner. Achieved two race wins, seven podium finishes and recorded four new lap records to finish fourth overall in the championship.
2005: Formula BMW Junior Scholarship winner and UK Rookie CHAMPION with six race wins. Also selected for the BRDC Rising Star programme.
2004: Winner of the Junior Rotax British National Open Karting Championship and the Kart Masters ‘Karting Grand Prix’. Finished fourth in the Super 1 Junior Rotax and Stars of Tomorrow Junior Rotax Championships. Wessex Cadet CHAMPION and an England Kart Team recruit for two years running.
A relative newcomer to motor racing, Salih Yoluc has sporadically featured in some of the highest profile sportscar racing categories in the UK and Europe since the start of 2014, beginning with the British GT Championship.
The Turkish racer spent the latter half of 2015 familiarising himself with the International GT Open and he and driver coach Euan Hankey piloted their TF Sport-prepared Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 to the top step of the podium at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps and Italy’s ‘Temple of Speed’, Monza.
A one-off outing in the European Le Mans Series (ELMS) at Circuito do Estoril in Portugal was a catalyst for dovetailed campaigns in the International GT Open and the new-for-2016 Michelin GT3 Le Mans Cup, in which Yoluc and Hankey achieved race wins and podiums to take TF Sport to the Teams' title.
2016: A two-pronged European campaign incorporated a full season in the International GT Open, but was capped off by his and teammate Euan Hankey's Michelin GT3 Le Mans Cup Teams' title success, which earned the team an entry to the 2017 24 Hours of Le Mans.
2015: Entered one round of the British GT Championship, before switching his focus to the International GT Open. Race wins at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps and Monza preceded a successful debut in the European Le Mans Series (ELMS) at Circuito do Estoril.
2014: British GT Championship.