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Arden International was founded by former British Racing Driver Christian Horner and his father Garry Horner at the beginning of 1997 in order to contest the FIA F3000 Championship.

From its origins of racing in the Formula 3000 Championship, Arden has, over the last ten years, expanded its race operations to include the FIA Formula 2, GP3 Series, Formula Renault 3.5 V8 Series , Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup and FIA British F4 Championships.
Through its partnership with the Young Racing Driver Academy it provides a unique pathway from karting all the way to Formula One.

Christian Horner, who raced for Arden in the early years, is now Team Principal for the Red Bull Formula One Team, whilst his father Garry continues to oversee Arden’s racing and commercial operations.

The series' Arden Motorsport currently compete in includes the following:

  • FIA F2
  • GP3 Series
  • Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup
  • British F4

These championships run alongside the British Touring Car Championship, the World Endurance Championship and the Formula One World Championship.

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Timeline

Season Highlights

Arden International Motorsport was founded by Christian Horner and his father Garry Horner at the beginning of 1997 in order to contest the FIA F3000 Championship.

Arden Motorsport embarked in their first season of motorsport.

Establishment of Arden International Motorsport

Season Highlights

Arden Motorsport entered the Italian F3000 Championship alongside the International F3000 Championship. Taking the Teams Championship honours in F3000 and Vice-Champions in the drivers championship.

2000 Arden Joined Italian Formula 3000 Championship
2000 F3000 Drivers Championship - 2nd (Warren Hughes)
2000 F3000 Teams Championship - 1st

2000 Italian F3000 Drivers Vice-Champions

2000 Italian F3000 Teams Champions

Season Highlights

Arden became the Formula 3000 Teams Champions in the 2002 season, as drivers Thomas Enge and Björn Wirdheim took four victories in total for the team during the season.

2002 F3000 Drivers Championship - 3rd (Thomas Enge)
2002 F3000 Teams Championship - 1st

2015 British F4 Drivers Vice-Champions

2015 British F4 Team Vice-Champions

2015 British F4 Rookie Drivers Champions

Season Highlights

Arden took a championship double in the Formula 3000 Championship in 2003 -  
The team retained their championship title after another very successful season in the Formula One support series


2003 F3000 Drivers Championship - 1st (Bjoun Wirdheim)
2003 F3000 Teams Championship - 1st

2015 British F4 Drivers Vice-Champions

2015 British F4 Team Vice-Champions

2015 British F4 Rookie Drivers Champions

Season Highlights

Arden enjoyed a dominant season in the Formula 3000 Championship, swooping to both the Drivers and Teams Championship, with Red Bull Junior Liuzzi taking the title.

2004 F3000 Drivers Championship - 1st (Vitantonio Liuzzi)
2004 F3000 Drivers Championship - 3rd (Robert Doornbos)
2004 F3000 Teams Championship - 1st

2004 Formula 3000 Team Champions (3rd Successive Year)

2004 Formula 3000 Drivers Champions (2nd Successive Year)

Season Highlights

As Formula 3000 became the GP2 Series, Arden maintained their involvement in the Formula One support series.
The team finished as Vice-Champions in both the drivers and teams championships.


2005 GP2 Series Teams Championship - 2nd
2005 GP2 Series Drivers Championship - 2nd (Heikki Kovalaninen)
2005 A1 GP Series Teams Championship - 3rd

2005 GP2 Series Team Vice-Champions

2005 GP2 Series Drivers Vice-Champions

Season Highlights

Arden Motorsport expanded their programme by adding the newly established GP3 Series, alongside their GP2 squad to offer drivers the chance to star in the support races to the Formula One World Championship.

Arden joins the newly formed GP3 Series Championship branded as 'MW Arden.'

2012 GP3 Series Drivers Champions

2012 GP3 Series Team Vice-Champions

2012 GP2 Series Drivers Vice-Champions

2012 Formula Renault 3.5 Team Vice-Champions

Season Highlights

In the second season of their involvement in the GP3 Series, Arden took the Vice-Champions spot in the Teams Championship as 'MW Arden.'

2011 GP3 Series Teams Championship - 2nd

2012 GP3 Series Drivers Champions

2012 GP3 Series Team Vice-Champions

2012 GP2 Series Drivers Vice-Champions

2012 Formula Renault 3.5 Team Vice-Champions

Season Highlights

Arden enjoyed a brilliant 2012 season! The team taking the GP3 Drivers title with Mitch Evans, alongside being Vice-Champions in the Teams Championship.
Luiz Razia just missed out on the GP2 title, taking the runner-up spot, whilst the Formula Renault 3.5 team took the Vice-Championship spot.

2012 GP3 Series Drivers Championship - 1st (Mitch Evans)
2012 GP3 Series Teams Championship - 2nd
2012 GP2 Series Drivers Championship - 2nd (Luiz Razia)
2012 GP2 Series Teams Championship - 3rd
2012 Formula Renault 3.5 Teams Championship - 2nd

2012 GP3 Series Drivers Champions

2012 GP3 Series Team Vice-Champions

2012 GP2 Series Drivers Vice-Champions

2012 Formula Renault 3.5 Team Vice-Champions

Season Highlights

A late season charge saw Red Bull Junior Danil Kvyat take the GP3 Series Drivers Championship for Arden Motorsport, as well as sealing the Vice-Champion spot in the teams Championship.

2013 GP3 Series Drivers Championship - 1st (Daniil Kvyat)
2013 GP3 Series Teams Championship - 2nd
2013 Formula Renault 3.5 Series Driver Championship - 3rd (Antonio Felix da Costa)

2013 GP3 Series Drivers Champions

2013 GP3 Series Team Vice-Champions

Season Highlights

Red Bull Junior Team Driver Pierre Gasly joins Arden Motorsport in their Formula Renault 3.5 Team, taking the Vice-Champion spot in the championship.

2014 Formula Renault 3.5 Drivers Championship - 2nd (Pierre Gasly)
2014 Formula Renault 3.5 Teams Championship - 3rd

2015 British F4 Drivers Vice-Champions

2015 British F4 Team Vice-Champions

2015 British F4 Rookie Drivers Champions

Season Highlights

Arden further expanding their single seater involvement, by joining the newly established FIA British Formula 4 Championship, alongside the GP2, GP3 and Formula V8 Championship line-up.

Arden joins the newly formed British FIA Formula 4 Championship.
2015 GP3 Series Teams Championship - 3rd
2015 British F4 Drivers Championship - 2nd (Ricky Collard)
2015 British F4 Teams Championship - 2nd
2015 British F4 Rookie Drivers Championship - 1st (Enaam Ahmed)

2015 British F4 Drivers Vice-Champions

2015 British F4 Team Vice-Champions

2015 British F4 Rookie Drivers Champions

Season Highlights

Arden Motorsport take the championship title in the Formula V8 3.5 Series Teams Championships, as well as Vice-Champions in GP3 and British F4.

2016 Formula V8 Teams Championship - 1st
2016 GP3 Series Teams Championships - 2nd
2016 British F4 Teams Championship - 2nd
2016 British F4 Drivers Championship - 3rd (Luis Leeds)
2016 GP3 Series Drivers Championship - 4th and 5th (Jake Dennis and Jack Aitken)

2016 Formula V8 Teams Champions

2016 British F4 Team Vice-Champions

2016 GP3 Series Team Vice-Champions

Season Highlights

The 2017 season will see Arden Motorsport make their make debut in the Formula Renault 2.0 Championship - further bolstering their Junior Single-Seater involvement.

Arden secures new title sponsorship for FIA F2 with the team rebranded as “Pertamina Arden” for the 2017 season.
Arden joins the Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup Championship
Red Bull Juniors Niko Kari and Daniel Ticktum join the team in GP3 and Formula Renault 2.0 respectively.