2002 Swedish Touring Car Championship season

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2002 Swedish Touring Car Championship season
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The 2002 Swedish Touring Car Championship season was the 7th Swedish Touring Car Championship (STCC) season. >Nine racing weekends at four different circuits were held in total; each round comprising two races, with the exception of Round 4 at Falkenberg (4 races), making an eighteen-round competition in total. It was the last year with the Supertouring regulations, as 2003 saw the introduction of S2000 rules. STCC was one of the last national series to give up these set of rules. Roberto Colciago won his second consecutive title driving an Audi.

Teams and drivers[edit]

Driver Nat. Team Car
Roberto Colciago Italy Kristoffersson Motorsport Audi A4 Quattro
Tommy Kristoffersson Sweden Kristoffersson Motorsport Audi A4 Quattro
Marius Erlandsen Norway Kristoffersson Motorsport Audi A4 Quattro
Jan Nilsson Sweden Flash Engineering Volvo S40
Edward Sandström Sweden Flash Engineering Volvo S40
Nicklas Karlsson Sweden Picko Troberg Racing Vauxhall Vectra
Jan Lindblom Sweden Picko Troberg Racing Vauxhall Vectra
Mattias Andersson Sweden Opel Team Sweden Opel Vectra
Tomas Engström Sweden Engström Motorsport Honda Accord
Tobias Johansson Sweden Toshiba Racing Audi A4 Quattro
Anders Hammer Sweden Toshiba Racing Audi A4 Quattro
Magnus Krokström Sweden Krokström Motorsport Volvo S40
Tobias Tegelby Sweden Tysslinge Racing Audi A4 Quattro

Race calendar and winners[edit]

Round Circuit Date Winning driver Winning team
1
2
Sweden Mantorp Park 12 May Roberto Colciago
Edward Sandström
Kristoffersson Motorsport
Flash Engineering
3
4
Sweden Ring Knutstorp 26 May Roberto Colciago
Edward Sandström
Kristoffersson Motorsport
Flash Engineering
5
6
Sweden Karlskoga Motorstadion 9 June Tomas Engström
Nicklas Karlsson
Engström Motorsport
Picko Troberg Racing
7
8
Sweden Falkenbergs Motorbana 6 July Jan Nilsson
Edward Sandström
Flash Engineering
Flash Engineering
9
10
Sweden Falkenbergs Motorbana 7 July Jan Nilsson
Jan Lindblom
Flash Engineering
Picko Troberg Racing
11
12
Sweden Ring Knutstorp 21 July Roberto Colciago
Tommy Kristoffersson
Kristoffersson Motorsport
Kristoffersson Motorsport
13
14
Sweden Karlskoga Motorstadion 18 August Tomas Engström
Roberto Colciago
Engström Motorsport
Kristoffersson Motorsport
15
16
Sweden Falkenbergs Motorbana 1 September Jan Nilsson
Nicklas Karlsson
Flash Engineering
Picko Troberg Racing
17
18
Sweden Mantorp Park 15 September Roberto Colciago
Edward Sandström
Kristoffersson Motorsport
Flash Engineering

Championship results[edit]

Driver's championship[edit]

Position Driver Points
1 Roberto Colciago 175
2 Jan Nilsson 162
3 Nicklas Karlsson 148
4 Edward Sandström 147
5 Tomas Engström 146
6 Tommy Kristoffersson 108
7 Jan Lindblom 96
8 Tobias Johansson 80
9 Mattias Andersson 79
10 Marius Erlandsen 48
11 Magnus Krokström 35
12 Anders Hammer 24
13 Tobias Tegelby 4

Independent's championship[edit]

Position Driver Points
1 Tobias Johansson 233
2 Magnus Krokström 142
3 Anders Hammer 140
4 Tobias Tegelby 32

Manufacturer's Championship[edit]

Position Manufacturer Points
1 Volvo 233
2 Audi 213
3 Honda 170
4 Opel 136

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