About STAX Racing

STAX Racing was founded in late 2015 by Christian Zoerner, after being affiliated with Epic Racing for some years. The team’s first outing was in the 2016 World GT Series, organized by the GPVWC. Since then, the team also participated in the 2016 International Touring Cup and the RaceDepartment MINI Championship Season 10.

The team’s mission statement reads as follows:

We strive to be a sim racing team that is respected on and off the track for fair, clean and competitive racing. We will do our utmost to participate in every race of the season. Our liveries should always be creative and of the best quality.

Here is a short overview of the team’s milestones so far:

STAX Racing was founded.

October 10, 2015

STAX Racing was founded.

STAX Racing was founded by Christian Zoerner.

Official unveiling

February 13, 2016

STAX Racing was officially unveiled on Facebook and on the GPVWC forum.

First entry in a racing series

February 26, 2016

First entry in a racing series

GPVWC granted the team its first entry in a racing series.

First race.

March 3, 2016

STAX Racing competet in their first race, the 2016 Japanese GT at GPVWC.

STAX Racing’s first podium finish.

April 15, 2016

Carlos Andres Ladines finished third in Race 3 of the 2016 GPVWC World GT series!

First fastest lap of a race

July 21, 2016

Carlos Andres Ladines achieved the team’s first fastest lap of a race in the final round of the GPVWC 2016 World GT Series.

Website launched

October 10, 2016

Exactly one year after STAX Racing was founded, this website gets launched.

First race at RaceDepartment

December 9, 2016

First race at RaceDepartment

STAX Racing entered two MINIs in their first race on RaceDepartment.

Formula Challenge entry confirmed.

December 10, 2016

The GPVWC announced that STAX Racing will start in the 2017 Formula Challenge.

First win

May 16, 2017

First win

Chris Shepherd won the 2017 Formula Challenge Monaco GP and scored STAX Racing’s first victory.

First Title

June 28, 2018

First Title

STAX Racing won GPVWC’s 2018 World GT Team Championship.