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Tiago Monteiro (POR) MF1 M16. Formula One World Championship, Rd4, San Marino Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Imola, Italy, 22 April 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE
   
     
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Christijan Albers (NDL) MF1 Racing talks with team mate Tiago Monteiro (POR) MF1 Racing. Formula One World Championship, Rd 9, Canadian Grand Prix, Preparations, Montreal, Canada, 22 June 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE
 
Christijan Albers (NDL) MF1 Racing talks with team mate Tiago Monteiro (POR) MF1
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Active Years 2007
   
 
 
 
   
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Tiago Monteiro (POR) MF1 Racing F1 Testing, Day 3, Monza, Italy. 31st August 2006 DIGITAL IMAGE
 
Tiago Monteiro (POR) MF1 Racing F1 Testing, Day 3, Monza, Italy. 31st August 2006
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Engine Toyota RVX-06
Grand Prix debut 2006 Bahrain GP
Races competed 18
Constructors titles (Best finish: 10th 2006)
Dirvers title 0
 
   
   
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Tiago Monteiro (POR) MF1 M16. Formula One World Championship, Rd 12, German Grand Prix, Race, Hockenheim, Germany, 30 July 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE
 
x Tiago Monteiro (POR) MF1 M16. Rd 12, German Grand Prix,
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Race victories 0
Podiums 0
Pole Positions 0
Fastest laps 0
Last Race 2006 Brazilain GP
     
 
   
Toyota RVX-06 Technical Specifications
Toyota RVX - 06 Formula One Engine
  Toyota RVX - 06 Formula One Engine
N0. of Cyclinders V8
Cubic Capacity 2. 398cc
Maximum RPM 18000rpm
N0. of Valves 32
Vee - Angle 90 Degrees
 
 
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In 2008 and 2009 Honda, BMW, BrawnGP and Toyota Formula One Teams all withdrew from Formula One racing within the space of a year, blaming the economic recession. This led to the end of manufacturer dominance within the sport. In the 2010 season Mercedes Benz re-entered the sport as a manufacturer after its purchase of Brawn GP, and split with McLaren after 15 seasons with the team. This leaves Mercedes, Renault and Ferrari as the only car manufacturers in the sport. AT&T Williams confirmed towards the end of 2009 their new engine deal with Cosworth.
 
 
   
Tiago Monteiro (POR) Spyker MF1 Racing M16. Formula One World Championship, Rd 16, Chinese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai, China, 29 September 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE
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  Christijan Albers (NDL) MF1 M16. Formula One World Championship, Rd4, San Marino Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Imola, Italy, 22 April 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE  
Model FM16
Year 2006
Engine Toyota RVX-06
Drivers T. Monteiro
  C. Albers
  Position 10th
Tiago Monteiro (POR) MF1 M16. Formula One World Championship, Rd 2, Malaysian Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Sepang, Malaysia, 18 March 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE
No. of Points 0
N0. Wins 0
Pole Positions 0
Fastest Laps 0
Midland F1 Racing (often shortened to MF1 Racing) was a Formula One constructor and racing team. It competed in the 2006 Formula One season with drivers Christijan Albers and Tiago Monteiro. The team was created by the renaming of Jordan Grand Prix after its purchase by Canadian businessman, and owner of the Midland Group, Alex Shnaider. The team was registered as the first Russian Formula One team, reflecting Shnaider's roots, although it continued to be based in the United Kingdom, at Jordan's Silverstone factory. Towards the end of the 2006 season, the team was sold to Spyker Cars N.V.; the team raced in its last three Grands Prix under the official name "Spyker MF1 Racing". In 2007 , the team competed as Spyker F1, and in 2008 was sold to Indian businessman Dr. Vijay Mallya and was renamed Force India F1. The Midland Group's interest in Formula One involvement began in 2004 when they confirmed their plans to have a team to race in place for the 2006 season. Although they were initially linked with creating a new unit or purchasing Jaguar, the group instead signed a deal to buy the Jordan team from Eddie Jordan prior to the 2005 Formula One season, for a sum of $60 million. As a result, the team would be a legal continuation of Jordan and not a new entity subject to Formula One's $48 million entry bond. It also allowed Midland to claim the television revenue generated by Jordan's placing in the constructors' championship (in which Jordan subsequently placed ninth).
 
  Christijan Albers (NDL) MF1 M16. Formula One World Championship, Rd 1, Bahrain Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Bahrain International Circuit, Bahrain, 11 March 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE  
  Midland pit. Formula One World Championship, Rd4, San Marino Grand Prix, Practice Day, Imola, Italy, 21 April 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE  
  Tiago Monteiro (POR) MF1 M16. Formula One World Championship, Rd 2, Malaysian Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Sepang, Malaysia, 18 March 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE  
 
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