2002 Formula Nissan 2000 season

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2002 Formula Nissan 2000 season
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The 2002 Formula Nissan 2000 season was contested over seven race weekends with 14 races. In this one-make formula all drivers had to utilize Dallara chassis (Dallara WSL3) and Nissan engines (Nissan AER). Twelve different teams and 25 drivers competed with the titles going to Spanish driver Santiago Porteiro and Spanish team Meycom.

Race calendar and results[edit]

Round Location Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team
1 R1 Spain Valencia, Spain Circuit de Valencia 12 May Spain Juan Antonio del Pino Italy Matteo Bobbi Italy Matteo Bobbi Italy Vergani Racing
R2 Spain Celso Míguez Spain Santiago Porteiro Spain Santiago Porteiro Spain Meycom
2 R1 Spain Madrid, Spain Circuito del Jarama 9 June Italy Matteo Bobbi Spain Santiago Porteiro Italy Matteo Bobbi Italy Vergani Racing
R2 Italy Matteo Bobbi Spain Santiago Porteiro Italy Matteo Bobbi Italy Vergani Racing
3 R1 Spain Albacete, Spain Circuito de Albacete 23 June Portugal Paulo Alho Spain Santiago Porteiro Spain José Manuel Pérez-Aicart Spain Escuela Lois
R2 Italy Matteo Bobbi Spain José Manuel Pérez-Aicart Spain José Manuel Pérez-Aicart Spain Escuela Lois
4 R1 Italy Monza, Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza 7 July Italy Andrea Belicchi Spain Santiago Porteiro Spain Santiago Porteiro Spain Meycom
R2 Italy Andrea Belicchi Spain Santiago Porteiro Spain Santiago Porteiro Spain Meycom
5 R1 France Magny-Cours, France Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours 1 September Italy Matteo Bobbi Italy Matteo Bobbi Spain Borja García Spain Escuela Lois
R2 Italy Matteo Bobbi Italy Matteo Bobbi Italy Andrea Belicchi Spain BCN Competicion
6 R1 Spain Montmeló, Spain Circuit de Catalunya 29 September Spain Borja García Spain Borja García Spain Borja García Spain Escuela Lois
R2 Spain Adrián Vallés Italy Matteo Bobbi Italy Matteo Bobbi Italy Vergani Racing
7 R1 Spain Valencia, Spain Circuit de Valencia 20 October Spain José Manuel Pérez-Aicart Italy Matteo Bobbi Spain Santiago Porteiro Spain Meycom
R2 Italy Matteo Bobbi Italy Matteo Bobbi Italy Matteo Bobbi Italy Vergani Racing

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