- 2011 Life's a Drag
- 2010 New season, same story
- 2009 Le Mans Series Winners
- 2008 Aston Martin Racing Partnership
- 2005 Paul Belmondo Racing
- 2001 Johansson Audi
- 1997 Year of the Longtail
- 1995 McLaren F1 supercar
- 1994 Derek Bell
- 1972 Ford Cosworth
- 1970 Porsche 917 and Steve McQueen
- 1967 J W Automotive, Gulf and the Ford Motor
The brain-child of Gordon Murray, design director at McLaren, the McLaren F1 supercar was launched to the world in 1994 and made an immediate global impact.
Having whet its appetite in 1994 for a more comprehensive race programme, Gulf Oil (Great Britain) Ltd approached Ray Bellm, owner of GTC Motorsport and a race version of the McLaren F1. The result was a two-year deal and two-car team, in the stunning dark blue livery of the newly branded Gulf forecourts.
In 1995, Ray Bellm with Brazilian Maurizio Sandra Sala, and fellow owner Lindsay Owen-Jones with Frenchman Pierre-Henri Raphanel, dominated the BPR Endurance Series, with Bellm and Sala winning 5 races. In 1996, sportscar great James Weaver replaced Sala and the duo won the championship outright with nine podium finishes including four wins.
In two years the Gulf McLarens secured 22 top-three finishes from 24 races worldwide.