Founded by a former F1 driver, Super Aguri debuted in F1 Championship in 2006. Here is more information about Super Aguri Formula 1 team.

Super Aguri F1

Super Aguri, which came into being in 2006, is based at Leafield, Oxfordshire in United Kingdom. The team was founded by former F1 driver Aguri Suzuki. The team's cars were often referred to as Super Aguri Hondas, for their engines were supplied by Honda.

Super Aguri in F1
Year 2006 was the first season of Super Aguri in Formula One. The team contested first 11 rounds with modified 2002 Arrows chassis. With introduction of SA06 car, performance improved, and the team finished with top ten in Brazil. 2007 season for Aguri drivers was positive. Driver Sato qualified in top ten in Melbourne. He scored team's maiden point in Spain and added three more in Canada. The team played four rounds in 2008 season. However, financial difficulties compelled Aguri Suzuki to withdraw his team from the championship.

Earlier, the team had worked hard to gain entry in Formula One. The team had notified the FIA of its intention to enter. But this was not approved by the FIA for the team failed to produce the required $48 million entry bond on time. However, Super Aguri re-applied for entry. It secured the unanimous consent of the existing teams for its participation in the tournament and participated.