A year after the odins’ unveiling, the side projects that have sprouted around the world have become an instant success story.
From the South African racing scene to the British racing circuit, side projects have been the most popular form of racing since the sport was first invented more than 40 years ago.
Now, the teams and drivers who make up the sides racing scene have a new star in the spotlight, as the teams that have taken up the side-project game.
Here’s what you need to know.
What is the Side Project?
The side project is a way of racing that involves the cars of competing teams competing for the same prize money, often in the form of points or sponsorship.
It’s an evolution of the traditional endurance racing series, which began in the late 1960s and continues to this day.
The concept for the side game has been around since the 1980s, when the Australian racing side Team Australia put on a test of a prototype car.
Team Australia, which now has three drivers, competed with its prototype for nearly a year.
In 1985, Team Australia won the World Cup in the side car format, but the team had no intention of winning the title that year.
It wasn’t until the 1992 season that Team Australia returned to the front of the grid, winning the championship.
The team won a second title the following year, but that team was never able to replicate its 1995 victory, with the Australian team finishing last in the standings in 1993.
After winning the 1995 title, Team Aussie returned to Australia in 1996 to compete in the British side championship, and the team won its first race in the series, but was unable to repeat that performance in 1998.
The following year the team returned to Britain for a test and ran in a modified version of the British team car, which the team hoped would be able to make a strong run in the season-ending British side event.
But it was a disappointing performance, and Team Aauas team was left out of the championship and the series.
It would be the year that Team Aukas success would come to an end, as Team Australia finished in the middle of the pack in the 1998 British championship.
At that point the team entered a contract with the British manufacturer, McLaren, to try to make it back into the championship by the end of the season.
In the end, Team Australian finished fourth overall in the championship standings and was relegated to a second-place finish.
The decision by McLaren to sell its stake in the team to Team Aruans owner, former Formula One racing champion and McLaren boss, Graham Hill, was one of the most difficult decisions McLaren has ever made.
The result of the sale was a number of changes to the team, including the addition of a new driver, Peter Williams.
The changes made by McLaren also forced Hill to bring on the team’s current owner, the late McLaren boss Sir Peter Norman.
Norman had already been an advocate of the side and endurance racing in general, but he was forced to sell his stake in McLaren in 2004.
When he sold his stake to Hill in 2012, he became the new owner of the team.
Hill then began work on a new team that would make a move into the world of endurance racing.
He was the team owner of Mercedes-Benz for much of that time, but Hill had other interests, and he was also the team director for the Formula One World Championship from 2007-2012.
Hill had also been the team principal for the 2008 British Grand Prix and has worked for Mercedes-AMG, Porsche, Audi and Ferrari.
When Hill announced his intention to sell the team in 2015, it was clear that the side was going to be a major priority for him.
The move would mean that the team would become the sole team in the FIA World Endurance Championship.
Hill’s first challenge was to convince Hill that the FIA would allow the FIA to run the side race as an event.
Hill was also keen to see a race in Formula E. The FIA had ruled that Formula E cars could not be used for the FIA WEC event.
At the time, Hill was confident that he would have the FIA’s backing if he wanted to run an event for Formula E, but there was one major hurdle Hill had to clear: the FIA had no regulations for Formula One cars.
For many years, the FIA used the WEC rules for all of its competitions, but it had not previously allowed Formula E to run in its WEC events.
In addition, Hill’s team would need to use its own Formula One car in the event that it was competing in a WEC race, which Hill believed would require the FIA rules to be changed.
He made his pitch to Hill during a press conference at the end the 2017 season, and Hill accepted.
It was an ambitious time for Hill, who had been involved in the development of the McLaren MP4/12, and who had