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Milos Ancevski
ANC01
Formula One World Championship career
Nationality Ser Serbian
Active years 1992-2005
Teams Jordan, Sauber, Forti, Arrows, Prost, McLaren
Races 196
Championships 0
Wins 7
Podiums 22
Career points 226
Pole positions 9
Fastest laps 8
First race 1992 South African Grand Prix
First win 1997 Australian Grand Prix
Last win 2001 United States Grand Prix
Last race 2005 Australian Grand Prix
  • 1992 Jordan of Ancevski
  • 1993 Jordan of Ancevski
  • 1994 Sauber of Ancevski
  • 1995 Forti of Ancevski
  • 1996 Forti of Ancevski
  • 1997 Arrows of Ancevski
  • 1998 Arrows of Ancevski
  • 1999 Prost of Ancevski
  • 2000 Prost of Ancevski
  • 2001 Sauber of Ancevski

Milos Ancevski is a Serbian racing driver who is currently competing in the Formula One career for Arrows. He races in the Grand Prix 4 Touring Car Championship for Apex Racing Team. In the Epsilon Euskadi series, he races with Apex Racing Team. In Formula FG Championship, he's also the manager of Apex Racing Team

He took a sabbatical mid-way through the 2002 season, but decided to come back mid-way through the 2003 season after being given an offer from McLaren.

F1 CareerEdit

1992Edit

In 1992, Jordan signed Ancevski to drive for the team. He replaced Jimmy Laad, who moved to Benetton-Ford. His teammate was Manolis Sigoulakis in his debut year. The season, overally was a good rookie season for Ancevski. He finished with 15 points, 1 pole position but with no podiums, though he lost 1 podium on the last lap at Imola. Paired with Manolis Sigoulakis, he managed to bring Jordan 4th place in the Constructors' Championship.

1993Edit

The 1993 season went poor, as Ancevski retired from the first 5 races of the season. The points were not looking likely afterwards, and Jordan was the only team yet to score points. After a set of bad results, he managed to achieve a 5th place in Monza, whch was totally unexpected by everyone. The season overally was so bad, that he decided to break up the contract with the team, and to move into Sauber, along with Joel Rautavaara.

1994Edit

The 1994 season will start with Ancevski and his teammate in Sauber, hoping to get a title in his new team. The season in which he hoped to get the title got riuned by a series of DNF's again. He still doesn't have any points, and it is looking very unlikely. This season is even worse than the 1993 one. Not even Monza brang a suprise, as he DNF-ed. He came really close to points on Spa, but crashed on the penultimate lap from P6

1995Edit

The Serbian driver started the season awesome with his new team, Forti, managing to actually finish the season opener. And it was in the points aswell! On the very next race, he managed to comeback from a poor qualifying result, and get his first ever podium in F1. But after Catalunya it started all going downwards, and when he had a chance to comeback, the car failed and forced him into retirement 3 times in a row. After getting a Forti renewal achieves another points finish, but a bit too late to get happy about.

1996Edit

Ancevski was quite happy after signing a renewal with Forti, as that also meant he could stay with his current teammate Joel. He plans to get at least a top 10 finish, but he'll try to push for a top 3 this year. However, he retired from the season opener from a solid 4th place and switched focus to helping his teammate win the title. That wasn't to be either. Joel retired 9 out of the 16 races, and the races where he didn't retire he managed to score points, apart from Melbourne.

1997Edit

Ancevski signed for Arrows after Forti decided not to compete in the 1997 season. He started off well, getting a race win in the first race, his first race win of his career. Later performances prooved to be bad, but he bounced back after Monza where he almost took a second win. But it didn't come until Nurburgring, a crazy race where he's managed to win. The end-season pace was really good for the Arrows team, and had they not made small strategy mistakes, Milos would be on 4 wins, and 3rd in the drivers championship. This way he only ended in 4th, on 39 points, his best season in formula 1 so far.

1998Edit

The year started off as a disaster, with Milos not getting a perfect quali lap in Australia that only sees him 20th on the grid. Brazil wasn't good either until Argentina came, and he got 2nd on the grid, but later dropped back to a wrong strategy and many driver errors. The season saw the Serbian only take a total of 4 points, which meant he was dropped by Arrows, and for the first time since 1992 he'll not have Joel as his teammate due to Néron taking the other BAR spot. His Arrows spot was taken by former rival, Andy Black, as Ancevski himself took his rival's Prost spot, which made it a driver swap, sort of.

1999Edit

Ancevski had to settle for Prost after being dropped by Arrows, he is hopeful that he can lead the team into glory they had in 1997, alongside Old Wolf.

Complete resultsEdit

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 DC Points
1992 Sasol Jordan Yamaha RSA
Ret
MEX
Ret
BRA
8
ESP
15
SMR
4
MON
Ret
CAN
4
FRA
15
GBR
Ret
GER
6
HUN
Ret
BEL
4
ITA
4
POR
7
JPN
5
AUS
11
13th 15
1993 Sasol Jordan RSA
Ret
BRA
Ret
EUR
Ret
SMR
14
ESP
Ret
MON
9
CAN
13
FRA
13
GBR
10
GER
9
HUN
10
BEL
12
ITA
5
POR
Ret
JPN
19
AUS
Ret
17th 2
1994 Sauber Mercedes BRA
Ret
PAC
Ret
SMR
10
MON
9
ESP
Ret
CAN
14
FRA
15
GBR
16
GER
9
HUN
14
BEL
15
ITA
Ret
POR
16
EUR
Ret
JPN
Ret
AUS
12
23rd 0
1995 Parmalat Forti Ford BRA
4
ARG
3
SMR
Ret
ESP
7
MON
9
CAN
11
FRA
11
GBR
9
GER
Ret
HUN
Ret
BEL
Ret
ITA
11
POR
17
EUR
6
PAC
10
JPN
10
AUS
18
17th 8
1996 Forti Grand Prix AUS
Ret
BRA
7
ARG
18
EUR
15
SMR
8
MON
12
ESP
Ret
CAN
7
FRA
5
GBR
12
GER
Ret
HUN
16
BEL
Ret
ITA
9
POR
11
JPN
10
19th 2
1997 Danka Arrows Yamaha AUS
1
BRA
Ret
ARG
12
SMR
Ret
MON
8
ESP
9
CAN
12
FRA
4
GBR
6
GER
6
HUN
6
BEL
Ret
ITA
2
AUT
7
LUX
1
JPN
6
EUR
2
4th 39
1998 Danka Zepter Arrows AUS
11
BRA
15
ARG
19
SMR
10
ESP
15
MON
13
CAN
Ret
FRA
14
GBR
6
AUT
4
GER
7
HUN
11
BEL
8
ITA
Ret
LUX
9
JPN
11
17th 4
1999 Gauloises Prost Peugeot AUS
Ret
BRA
3
SMR
Ret
MON
13
ESP
2
CAN
16
FRA
9
GBR
17
AUT
9
GER
11
HUN
10
BEL
6
ITA
4
EUR
17
MAL
Ret
JPN
15
9th 14
2000 Gauloises Prost Peugeot AUS
Ret
BRA
14
SMR
4
GBR
10
ESP
Ret
EUR
Ret
MON
Ret
CAN
18
FRA
17
AUT
4
GER
18
HUN
14
BEL
Ret
ITA
6
USA
Ret
JPN
Ret
MAL
Ret
18th 7
2001 Red Bull Sauber Petronas AUS
12
MAL
Ret
BRA
6
SMR
9
ESP
1
AUT
2
MON
1
CAN
4
EUR
3
FRA
7
GBR
6
GER
2
HUN
1
BEL
1
ITA
3
USA
1
JPN
Ret
2nd 75
2002 Red Bull Sauber Petronas AUS
3
MAL
Ret
BRA
9
SMR
Ret
ESP
11
AUT
7
MON
6
CAN
8
EUR
GBR
FRA
GER
HUN
BEL
ITA
USA
JPN
17th 5
2003 West McLaren Mercedes AUS MAL BRA SMR ESP AUT MON CAN EUR FRA GBR GER
12
HUN
14
ITA
15
USA
14
JPN
10
24th 0
2004 West McLaren Mercedes AUS
7
MAL
13
BAH
5
SMR
Ret
ESP
11
MON
3
EUR
2
CAN
Ret
USA
Ret
FRA
3
GBR
8
GER
4
HUN
4
BEL
3
ITA
Ret
CHN
9
JPN
4
BRA
3
6th 54
2005 Jordan Grand Prix AUS
8
MAL
BAH
SMR
ESP
MON
EUR
CAN
USA
FRA
GBR
GER
HUN
TUR
ITA
BEL
BRA
JPN
CHN
23rd 1


Grand Prix winsEdit

Touring Car CareerEdit

Season 1Edit

AncevskiGPTCCS1

GPTCC S1 car of Ancevski (pictured in testing)

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Ancevski's new car after he left Forza Turismo, Nordscheife.

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Ancevski at Donington Park (S3), trying to get his first podium of the season - which never happened

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Ancevski's S4 car (pictured in testing)

In the first season of the series, Milos teamed up with Rami Saidy to drive for Forza Turismo GP. The first race was good, but in the 2nd one, he was the only retired car, which slowed him down quite a lot. After that, he went on to assist his teammate in order to get WDC success. His teammate made a mistake after the round of Monza, which has cost him the drivers title. After he got his first win at the A1 Ring, he requested a bit of assistance from his teammate, to help the Serbian get P10 in the drivers, but Rami denied that and tried to get the title at Spa, but it didn't work out. Rami underperformed at Spa, And Milos had 2 final DNF's to finish in 14th place. This decision by the Brit to not help his teammate forsed Milos to leave Forza Turismo afterwards. His biggest rival in the series was NFS Gamer. He finished ahead of him multiple times until then, his rival finished in the points at Spa. But in the final races of the season, he retired in both races along with his rival.

Season 2Edit

The Serbian paired with a new teammate at Apex Racing, hoping to have a better teammate and more success. He was greeted with 5th on the grid, and 4th in the first race, but also a retirement in the 2nd race, which is the same scenario as last season. He didn't manage to climb up in the 3rd race but his teammate almost got a podium which he was really happy about. 2nd race proved much better for the entire team, they got their first double podium, Milos's first podium in that season. In the 3rd race at one of his favourite circuits, he managed to get another podium in a legendary Online Martini Racing 1-2 finish.

Season 3Edit

Season 3 started off poorly for the Serbian, once again. Apex had a very good debut qualifying with Opel to get their first front row lockout. But, in the race, Milos made a mistake, which costed him a victory. In race 3, e also didn't have speed in the wet, and could barely hold on to 6th place ahead of his charging rival Andy Black. Later in the year, he was getting quite a bit of bad luck, which costed him any shot at taking a world drivers's title. He scored no podiums in this season.

Season 4Edit

Complete resultsEdit

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DC Points
Season 1 Forza Turismo GP GBR
5
GBR
Ret
GBR
20
NED
13
NED
6
NED
15
ITA
8
ITA
10
ITA
15
AUT
7
AUT
15
AUT
1
BEL
4
BEL
Ret
BEL
Ret
14th 87
S2C Forza Turismo GP NED
17
NED
13
NED
4
AUT
AUT
AUT
GER
GER
GER
BRA
BRA
BRA
AUS
AUS
AUS
MON
MON
MON
ABU
ABU
ABU
POR
POR
POR
AUS
AUS
AUS
BEL
BEL
BEL
11th 18
Season 2 Apex Racing Team NED
4
NED
Ret
NED
12
AUT
5
AUT
3
AUT
10
GER
4
GER
3
GER
7
BRA
11
BRA
11
BRA
1
AUS
6
AUS
7
AUS
13
MON
4
MON
3
MON
12
UAE
5
UAE
5
UAE
12
POR
5
POR
4
POR
Ret
AUS
6
AUS
4
AUS
Ret
BEL
11
BEL
5
BEL
Ret
4th 265
Season 3 Apex Racing Team JAP
Ret
JAP
15
JAP
6
POR
8
POR
9
POR
8
RSA
11
RSA
11
RSA
9
GER
8
GER
5
GER
7
NED
5
NED
5
NED
Ret
AUS
13
AUS
10
AUS
4
GBR
4
GBR
Ret
GBR
11
MON
10
MON
7
MON
10
AUT
Ret
AUT
Ret
AUT
16
BEL
6
BEL
Ret
BEL
17
11th 177
Season 4 Apex Racing Team MEX
8
MEX
6
MEX
15
GBR
9
GBR
11
GBR
7
JAP
4
JAP
2
JAP
9
AUS
Ret
USA
6
USA
5
USA
Ret
ITA
9
ITA
9
ITA
3
AUT
2
AUT
6
AUT
9
BEL
5
BEL
6
BEL
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3rd 206

Epsilon Euskadi CareerEdit

Season 2Edit

Milos needed to be pleased with the role of a test driver in Season 1, but he got the seat for season 2, in Smokers Paradise. Smokers Paradise didn't make a mistake with signing him, as Milos won his first ever race! But then a serie of DNF's stopped him from having a shot at the title. He didn't win another race that season. His results were really inconsistent. Overally, he finished in P9 in the standings, after failing to score any point from really good qualifying results in the last few races. Due to a series of DNF's from Smokers Paradise, he decided the team wasn't good enough for him, and he left the team. He joined a newcomer team, that participateed in the last few races of season 2, alongside Joel Rautavaara

Season 3Edit

Milos left Smokers Paradise to join the Monaco based Apex Racing Team, and it seemed to have been a good choice. He finally got lucky in one serie, and managed to score quite a lot of points. First non-points finish was the race of Wales. But then, after the race of Serbia, there was a major downfall in Milos's results. He got involved in at least 1 incident in every race! (2 of those which he was on pole). Jimmy Laad's hit from the back in La Dehesa was the most emotionally painful one. He ended the season by winning the Finnish GP, the home GP of his teammate, bringing at few smiles to the crowd as he ends the season in 3rd place 1 point ahead of 4th.

Season 4Edit

After the new rules arrived with the engine choices, Apex Racing went for the safe option to choose Hart, as it had a lot of reliability to prove, and went in their style of "getting taken out", as it needs many pitstops, but is a really light due to that. But it was a let down, and it left the team trailing at the back of points positions. The team was one of the rare ones to protest against an Oval race to replace the race of USA, due to their light engine. However, this didn't work and the team "didn't want to participate in such a biased series". The drivers were taken over by Red Bull Endurance, aswell as most of the team's endurance staff.

Complete resultsEdit

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 DC Points
Season 2 Smokers Paradise AUS
1
GRE
Ret
TUR
Ret
LEB
Ret
NED
12
UK
2
FRA
8
SPA
7
USA
9
CAN
Ret
ALA
Ret
AUT
4
GER
10
SWI
7
ROM
Ret
EUR
5
ITA
12
FIN
16
WAL
16
9th 36
Season 3 Apex Racing Team AUS
10
GRE
1
NED
7
CAN
3
WAL
16
ITA
3
SER
1
SPA
15
UK
16
USA
Ret
GER
4
ROM
4
EUR
6
TUR
5
FIN
1
3rd 154
Season 4 Apex Racing Team-Hart AUS
Ret
TUR
3
GRE
10
SER
10
SPA
15
FRA
17
USA
C
CAN
14
UK
8
FIN
9
SCO
SWI
ENG
EUR
NED
GER
ITA
LEB
17th 23
Apex Racing Team-Judd AUS
TUR
GRE
SER
SPA
FRA
USA
CAN
UK
FIN
SCO
15
SWI
13
ENG
6
EUR
13
NED
Ret
GER
5
ITA
9
LEB
7
USA
Ret
15th 49

* = Season in progress.