Founded by Tom Ferrier in 2014, TF Sport has enjoyed winning pedigree from the outset by claiming 10 championship titles in the British GT Championship, four times Blancpain Endurance Cup champions, an overall title in the Michelin Le Mans Cup and multiple vice-champion status in the FIA World Endurance Championship, European Le Mans Series and International GT Open.
TF Sport’s formidable achievements have placed them as one of the most successful British teams of the current GT endurance racing era. Following their wins at both the 24 Hours of Spa (2019) and the 24 Hours of Le Mans (2020), the team made their IMSA debut at the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona in 2021.
2021 saw yet another strong progression for the UK-based team’s development, as they stepped into the world of prototype racing, by running Racing Team Turkey’s LMP2 entry in the ELMS.
It is set to be another substantial year for the TF Sport crew, as they will, yet again, run multiple entries in the 2022 Asian Le Mans Series, European Le Mans Series and the World Endurance Championship.
Success for TF Sport on and off the track can be traced to the former racer Tom Ferrier and the exceptional team of engineers he has built over the last seven seasons of competition.
The team also enjoy official Aston Martin Racing Partner Team support, meaning they have access to state-of-the-art simulators and technical facilities which can only aid in the quest for further championship honours.
2021 - FIA World Endurance Championship - Vice Champions
2021 - 24 Hours of Le Mans Runner-up - LMGTE AM
2020 - 24 Hours of Le Mans Winners - LMGTE AM
2020 - British GT - GT4 Teams’ and Drivers’ Champions
2020 - International GT Open - Vice Champions
2019/2020 - FIA World Endurance Championship - Vice Champions
2019 - British GT - Drivers' titles in GT3 and GT4, Teams title in GT4
2019 - Blancpain Endurance Cup - Teams’ and Drivers’ Champions
2018/19 - FIA World Endurance Championship - Third in Championship
2018 – British GT - Teams' Champion
2017 – Blancpain Endurance Cup – Teams’ and Drivers’ Champions
2017 – European Le Mans Series – Vice Champions
2016 – Michelin Le Mans Cup – Teams’ Champion
2016 – British GT – Teams’ and Drivers’ Champions
2015 – GT Cup - Champions
2014 – British GT – Multiple victories, second in GT4 class