Cosmo Seiki Japan

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Japan Cosmo Seiki Japan
CosmoJPN logo.png
Founder Tyne and Wear Joshua Anderson
Base Japan Hamamatsu, Japan
Racing Colours
Notable Games RFactor2 Logo.pngAutomobilista logo.png
Notable Drivers Tyne and Wear Joshua Anderson
United Kingdom Chris Williamson
Greece Lazaros Filippakos
Races Entered 0
Championships Won 0
Special Events Won 0
Race Wins 0
Podiums 0
Pole Positions 0
Fastest Laps 0
Mascot(s) Cosmopixel.png Mikupixel.png

Cosmo Seiki Japan or Cosmo Seiki Racing is a Japanese simracing team led by Tyne and Wear Joshua Anderson who brought it to Realish Racing.

History

Cosmo Seiki Japan was founded in 2013 as plain old Cosmo Autosport by Tyne and Wear Joshua Anderson who decided to make his own team to race for since nobody else would hire him. (This might be because he'd done like one simrace and it went very, very badly.) Eventually he started taking running a team seriously and they became very good in the Grand Prix Virtual World Championship (GPVWC). He still drove for Cosmo elsewhere though, because he could.

In 2017, Joshua moved the team from England to Japan, added the Seiki suffix, and stuff went well. He brought the team to Realish the same year, though they competed as Космос Автоспорт Россия in the 2017 GEARS season as well as De Nederlandse Regen Meester Trofee.

Complete Results

Series & Championships

Series and championship results tables go here.

Results Key
Bold - Pole Position
Italics - Fastest Lap
(Brackets) - Dropped Scores
* Season in Progress

Special Events

Special event results tables go here.