Phase One Endurance - World Endurance Motorcycle Racing Team

Team History
Sponsor Opportunities
Phase One Team Objective:

To develop the team to produce the highest quality package that the budget will allow, and to compete for a fourth world championship title that all team members, sponsors and supporters can be proud of.

Russell Benney Russell Benney, Team Manager

Team Achievements

Triple World Champions
World Endurance Championship Winners 2003
World Endurance Championship Winners 2000
World Endurance Championship Winners 1993

Championship results
2003 - 1st
2002 - 5th
2001 - 4th (Endurance World Cup)
2000 - 1st

James Ellison (3rd from left) collects Phase One's 2003 FIM World Championship Award
Race results
1st - Imola 200, San Marino, 2002
1st - Oschersleben 24 Hour, Germany, 2001
1st - Spa Francorchamps 24 Hour, Belgium, 1993
2nd - Imola 200, San Marino, 2003
2nd - Assen 200, Netherlands, 2003
2nd - Oschersleben 24 Hour, 2003
2nd - Silverstone 200, UK, 2002
2nd - Oschersleben 24 Hour, Germany, 2000
2nd - Spa Francorchamps 24 Hour, Belgium, 2000
2nd - Bol d'Or 24 Hour, France, 1994
3rd - Brno 6 Hour, Czech Republic, 2003
3rd - Bol d'Or, 24 Hour, France, 2001
3rd - Brands Hatch 6 Hour, UK, 2001
3rd - Estoril 8 Hour, Portugal, 2000
3rd - Assen 6 Hour, Netherlands, 1995
3rd - Spa Francorchamps 24 Hour, Belgium, 1994
3rd - Phillip Island 8 Hour, Australia, 1992
4th - Suzuka 8 Hour, Japan, 2003
4th - A1-Ring 6 Hour, Austria, 2003
4th - Vallelunga 200 - Italy, 2002
4th - Spa Francorchamps 24 Hour, Belgium, 2001
4th - Spa Francorchamps 24 Hour, Belgium, 1998
4th - Le Mans 24 Hour, France, 1995
4th - Anderstorp 24 Hour, Sweden, 1993
5th - Le Mans 24 Hour, France, 2001
5th - Assen 8 Hour, Netherlands, 1995
5th - Jahor 8 Hour, Malaysia, 1991
6th - Albacete 12 Hour, Spain, 2003
6th - Bol d'Or 24 Hour, France, 2000
6th - Bol d'Or 24 Hour, France, 1992

Current status
  • 2003 World Endurance Champions
  • The most successful privateer Endurance team
  • Britain's best and most established team
  • Yamaha supported team with developing factory relationship
  • Existing workshop and infrastructure, with facilities all in place
  • Established trade and product sponsor list
  • Extensive press and media links fully developed throughout Europe
  • Active web site and internet magazine
  • Supporters club with 500 members
  • World wide multi-million TV viewing audience
  • Prinicpal focus of British attention at races (10,000 British fans visit each 24 hour European event)
  • Team manager gives live commentary on Eurosport, with guaranteed exposure for sponsors
  • Established top level international rider line up in place



    Track Record
    World championship wins
    2003 Suzuki: Pridmore, Ellison, Lindstrom
    2000 Suzuki: Linden, Nowland, Mertens
    1993 Kawasaki: Toland, Buckmaster, Manley

    First pole position
    Assen, 1995
    Rider: Andrew Stroud (NZ)
    Kawasaki

    First win
    Spa Francorchamps, Belgium, 1993, 1st place
    Toland (USA), Buckmaster (GB), Manley (GB)
    Kawasaki

    Best Suzuka 8 Hour result
    2003, 4th place overall, first in class
    Pridmore (USA), Ellison (GBR), Lindstrom (SWE)
    Suzuki

    Best Bol d'Or result
    1994, 2nd place
    Holden (NZ), Edwards (GB), Manley (GB)
    Kawasaki

    First rostrum
    Phillip Island, Australia, 1992, 3rd place
    Riders: Manley (GB), Linscott (GB)
    Kawasaki

    First top six finish
    Jahor Baharu 8 hours, Malaysia, 1991, 5th place
    Riders: Benney (GB), Hill (GB)
    Kawasaki

    Team History
    Sponsor Opportunities

    Dean Ellison, Yamaha R1, Albacete 12 Horas Nocturnas




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