Manor was established in 1990 by ex single-seater champion racing driver John Booth. The Team competes in the FIA World Endurance Championship, a global series of sportscar races that includes the 24 Hours of Le Mans, rightly considered to be the greatest sportscar race in the world.
Manor came into existence in 1990 when former single-seater champion John Booth decided that the time had come to hang up his racing gloves. His competitive spirit and passion for motorsport continued to be as strong as ever and so John established his own team.
Following the establishment of Manor, the team attained success almost instantly, achieving race victories in its first season. From there, the stage was set for Manor to become one of the very best teams in national and international motor racing. A dynamic, competitive team, Manor has proved to be a training ground for professional racing drivers, race engineers and race mechanics alike.
Since 1990, Manor has won over 190 races and 19 National or International Championships or Invitation Events.
Over the years Manor has tasted success with some of the best drivers in the world including the likes of three-time Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton and 2007 Formula One Champion Kimi Raikkonen.
Find more about the current team members here: http://www.manorwec.com/team.html