Full Team Name: Base: Team Principal: Technical Chief: Drivers:
Reserve Driver(s): Chassis: Engine: Tyres: First Season: World Championships: Highest Race Finish: Highest Grid Position: Fastest Laps:
Franklin Honda Essex, United Kingdom Jamie Franklin Unknowm Enrique Ruiz Olen Inman Rodolfo de la Fuente Franklin JF-05 Honda VA1217E Goodyear 2013 3 1 (x29) 1 (x27) 35
2017 Start the year off well with a win in Australia, but soon begin to suffer in races despite strong qualifying pace. Jochem van Snelheid is replaced by Puccio Giodano from round four. Claim another four podiums throughout the year and enjoy a strong second half, moving themselves into 3rd ahead of Westwood at the final round.
2016 Most of the year is a let down for the team as they cant match the pace of the front running teams, despite a a few podiums in the hands of Ruiz. However win three of the last four races and claim a pole with Wagner. Lose out to third in the constructors to FUN, eventually finishing 4th overall.
2015 Build their most dominant car yet and are mostly untouchable throughout the season. Their new driver, Elroy Wagner, wins the drivers title, making it three different Franklin drivers to win the title in three years. Comfortably win the constructors again, albeit with thirty-two less points than 2014, due to reliability with the Honda engine.
2014 Franklin have an easier run to once again win both titles due to their main rivals Liverpool, having poor luck, and this time with Ruiz becoming the drivers champion. Take nine victory's and a one-two spot on the drivers. Cause controversy in the paddock by placing Hoskins on worse strategies, thus causing him to leave the team at the end of the year.
2013 Are involved in a long season scrap with Team 23 for both championships. Eventually win the constructors and drivers after an impressive six wins and points in every race. Powers wins them the drivers title, however leaves for Downton for the final race and 2014, replaced by Enrique Ruiz.