History
Honours
A rich history...

Faster Than Speed is not only one of the longest standing and most prestigious teams in the simracing scene, it also has a rich history of success. Over the years, FTS has conquered 5 FSR World Series titles, together with over 35 race wins and over 100 podium finishes in the different FSR divisions. Faster Than Speed is also a race-winning FSR World Championship team, scoring several podiums and pole positions at Formula SimRacing's top league.

Championship Trophies
World ChampionsWorld Champions 2005 FSR World Series Ace Constructors Championship
2006 FSR World Series Ace Drivers Championship (Christian Smirnoff)
2006 FSR World Series Pro Drivers Championship (Faisal Niazi)
2008 FSR World Series Advanced Drivers Championship (Florian Pechon)
2008 FSR World Series Advanced Constructors Championship
Runner-UpsRunner-Ups 2005 FSR World Series Ace Drivers Championship (Christian Smirnoff)
2005 FSR World Series Amateur Drivers Championship (Swaraj Shergill)
2006 FSR World Series Ace Constructors Championship
2006 FSR World Series Pro Constructors Championship
2007 FSR World Series Pro Drivers Championship (Faisal Niazi)
2007 FSR World Series Pro Constructors Championship
2014 FSR Pro Drivers Championship (Mikko Suokas)
3rd Places3rd Place 2004 FSR World Series Challenge Constructors Championship
2005 FSR World Series Amateur Constructors Championship
2007 FSR World Series Ace Drivers Championship (Christian Smirnoff)
2007 FSR World Series Ace Constructors Championship
2014 FSR Pro Constructors Championship
FSR World Championship Podiums
Race WinnerRace Winner 2007 Turkish Grand Prix (Patrick De Wit)
2nd Place2nd Place 2009 Australian Grand Prix (Patrick De Wit)
3rd Places3rd Place 2001 French Grand Prix (Emanuele Conti)
2003 German Grand Prix (Gabriel Garivaldis)
2007 Monaco Grand Prix (Patrick De Wit)
2007 British Grand Prix (Patrick De Wit)
2007 Belgian Grand Prix (Patrick De Wit)
2007 Brazilian Grand Prix (Patrick De Wit)
2008 Australian Grand Prix (Sergio Casalins)
2009 British Grand Prix (Patrick De Wit)
2011 Monaco Grand Prix (Patrick De Wit)