|Full name||Red Arrows|
|Team principal/s||Peter Kent|
|Race drivers|| Athanasios Brinias|
|Test drivers|| Ben Connolly|
|GPVWC Superleague Career|
|Début||2000 Belgian GP|
|Latest race||2001 Brazilian GP|
Red Arrows was a constructor owned by Peter Kent and were the product of a rebranding of Devils. The relaunch brought a little more stability to the team's driver lineup which saw Athanasios Brinias being partnered by Swiss driver Kris Pusaka. The team's first and only victory came at the 2000 Brazilian Grand Prix where Pusaka grabbed a hattrick and helped the team towards 4th place in the Constructors' Championship that season.
The team returned for the 2001 season with an all new driver lineup of Ian McMah and Luc Lissens, but concerns over the team's future were raised in the opening races as internal team communication seemingly broke down. However this situation was overtaken by the collapse of the league and consequently Red Arrows did not re-enter the reconstituted league in 2002.