Stealth Grand Prix

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Stealth Grand Prix
Founded 2001
Founder Ted Cragg
Headquarters Peterborough, Ontario , Canada  
Key people Ted Cragg, Juha Tanskanen, Ryan McConkey
Revenue n/a
Operating income n/a
Net income n/a
Employees 7
Parent Stealth International
Divisions 2
Subsidiaries Stealth F1, Stealth F2
Owner Ted Cragg
Dissolved No

Stealth Grand Prix is a Canadian sim racing team, founded in 2000 to compete in the GP2World Championship. It joined the former GPVWC in 2002, and continues to compete in the F1VWC to this day. The company also created Stealth F2 in 2005 to compete in, and win, the very first F2VWC season.

The company is known for its professional approach to sim racing, taking competition very seriously and pushing the boundaries of the simulated racing world. Stealth has earned the respect of its competitors by setting benchmarks for livery design, logos and press releases, while preaching and demonstrating in practice the values of fair play, hard work, organization and dedication. The popular 'Stealth blue' image is known around the world, a credit to landmark designer Justin Ziarko and since taken to new levels by award-winning Kyran Brazier. Stealth claims one victory, three pole positions, six podiums and 41 race starts to its credit since its first F1VWC race at San Marino, 2002. The team equaled its best ever finish with 5th in the 2006 Constructors Championship, scoring a new team high of 56 points.